Redirected from Jingle Bell Jazz (album)). Jingle Bell Jazz (re-issued as Christmas Jazz) is a collection of jazz versions of Christmas songs recorded between 1959 and 1962 by some of the most popular artists on the Columbia label. It was released on October 17, 1962. Side One. "Jingle Bells" – Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. White Christmas" – Lionel Hampton. Winter Wonderland" – Chico Hamilton. The Christmas Song" – Carmen McRae. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" – Pony Poindexter.
197? Jingle Bells Jazz.
This album consists of previously released material.
My original vinyl album was burnt up in a house fire. The original COLUMBIA version of JINGLE BELL JAZZ (CL 1893) debuted on 10/17/62. This was followed in 1973 by a COLUMBIA HARMONY reissue (KH 32529) that substituted a Herbie Hancock selection for the Dukes of Dixieland. Both LPs have different cover art.
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|A1||–Duke Ellington||Jingle Bells
Bass – Aaron BellDrums – Sam WoodyardPiano – Billy StrayhornProducer – Teo MaceroReeds – Harry Carney, Jimmy Hamilton, Johnny Hodges, Paul Gonsalves, Russell ProcopeTrombone – Britt Woodman, Chuck Connors, Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Bill Berry, Cat Anderson, Ray Nance, Roy Burrows*Written-By – M. Ellington*
|A2||–Lionel Hampton||White Christmas
Bass – George DuvivierDrums – Osie JohnsonGuitar – Billy MackelPiano – Tommy FlanaganProducer – Teo MaceroTrombone – Robert Byrne*, Eddie Bert, Lou McGarity, Richard HixsonVibraphone – Lionel HamptonWritten-By – I. Berlin*
|A3||–Chico Hamilton||Winter Wonderland
Bass – Buddy CatlettCello – Nat Gershman*Drums – Chico HamiltonGuitar – Harry W. Polk*Producer – Teo MaceroSaxophone – Charles LloydWritten-By – D. Smith*, F. Bernard*
|A4||–Carmen McRae||The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)
Bass – Bob CranshawCelesta – Norman SimmonsProducer – Teo MaceroWritten-By – M. Torme*, R. Wells*
|A5||–Pony Poindexter||Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer
Alto Saxophone – Gene Quill, Phil WoodsAlto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Pony PoindexterBaritone Saxophone – Pepper AdamsBass – Bill Yancy*Drums – Charlie PersipPiano – Gildo MahonesProducer – Teo MaceroTenor Saxophone – Billy Mitchell, Dexter GordonWritten-By – J. Marks*
|A6||–Paul Horn||We Three Kings Of Orient Are
Arranged By – Paul HornBass – Victor GaskinDrums – Milt TurnerFlute – Paul HornPiano – Paul MoerProducer – Irving TownsendVibraphone – Emil RichardsWritten-By – J. Hopkins*
|B1||–The Dave Brubeck Quartet||Santa Claus I Comin' To Town
Alto Saxophone – Paul DesmondBass – Eugene WrightDrums – Joe MorelloPiano – Dave BrubeckProducer – Teo MaceroWritten-By – H. Gillespie*, J. F. Coot*
|B2||–Lambert, Hendricks & Ross||Deck Us All With Boston Charlie
Bass – Ike Isaacs Drums – Jimmy WormworthPiano – Gildo MahonesProducer – Teo MaceroWritten-By – N. Monath*, W. Kelly*
|B3||–Dukes of Dixieland||Frosty The Snowman|
|B4||–The Manhattan Jazz All Stars||If I Were A Bell
Drums – Ed ShaughnessyGuitar – Jimmy RaneyPiano – Dave McKennaProducer – Teo MaceroSaxophone – Teo MaceroTrumpet – Addison Farmer, Nick TravisVibraphone – Teddy CharlesWritten-By – F. Loesser*
|B5||–Marlowe Morris||Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree
Drums – Jo Jones, Ray BarrettoOrgan – Marlowe MorrisProducer – Frank DriggsWritten-By – J. Marks*
|B6||–Miles Davis||Blue Xmas (To Whom It May Concern)
Bass – Paul Chambers Congas, Bongos – William CorreaDrums – Jimmy CobbProducer – Teo MaceroSaxophone – Wayne ShorterTrombone – Frank RehakTrumpet – Miles DavisVocals – Bob DoroughWritten-By – B. Dorough*, M. Davis*
- Engineer – Frank Laico, Harold Chapman, Murray Zimney
- Producer – Mort Goode
NotesColumbia 2-Eye Stereo release with The Dukes of Dixieland's "Frosty The Snowman," instead of Herbie Hancock's "Deck The Halls" which appears on later reissues
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Stamped): XSM-57193-1D
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Stamped): XSM-57194-1D
|CL 1893||Various||Jingle Bell Jazz (LP, Comp, Mono)||Columbia||CL 1893||US||1962|
|PC 36803||Various||Jingle Bell Jazz (LP, Comp, RE, RM, Pit)||Columbia||PC 36803||US||1980|
|YS 693-C||Various||Jingle Bell Jazz (LP, Comp, RE)||CBS||YS 693-C||Japan||1966|
|CL 1893||Various||Jingle Bell Jazz (LP, Comp, Mono, RE)||Columbia||CL 1893||US||1962|
|PC 36803||Various||Jingle Bell Jazz (LP, Comp, RE, RM)||Columbia||PC 36803||US||1980|