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Monday, April 23, 2012

CALLIOPE CAL 3002

SESSIONS, LIVE

 © James A. Harrod, COPYRIGHT PROTECTED; ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

CAL TJADER / ERNESTINE ANDERSON - PAUL TOGAWA / CHRIS CONNOR

The second show developed the formula that would be followed for most of the shows on Stars of Jazz, a featured instrumental group plus a vocalist.  Here are the artists and dates for the first ten programs:

Program #1
June 25, 1956
Stan Getz
Kid Ory

Program #2
July 2, 1956
Erroll Garner
Faith Winthrop

Program #3
July 9, 1956
Chet Baker
Thelma Gracen

Program #4
July 16, 1956
Shelly Manne
Corky Hale

Program #5
July 23, 1956
Dave Brubeck
Betty Roche

Program #6
July 30, 1956
Jack Teagarden
Matty Matlock

Program #7
August 6, 1956
Buddy DeFranco
Lucy Ann Polk

Program #8
August 13, 1956
Billie Holiday
Pete Jolly

Program #9
August 20, 1956
Dave Pell
Marcie Miller

Program #10
August 27, 1956
Red Norvo
Ann Weldon

The American Broadcasting System licensed the audio from the shows for release on AFRTS transcriptions for airplay to American Armed Forces overseas.  Over a hundred programs were licensed.  Radio Recorders did most of the transcription preparation that involved editing out all of the commercial content.  The opening music that often played softly under Bobby Troup’s introductory comments was also edited as he frequently would mention “brought to you by…” in the course of setting up the show and the guests.

Stars of Jazz garnered a huge following among Los Angeles jazz fans as word of the show spread to jazz buffs of all ages.  The local media provided ample coverage as well as seen in the collage of press notices below.


KABC purchased display ad space in TV Times to promote the program that initially aired every Monday night at 10:30 P.M.




Calliope Records Production Credits:
Executive Producers: Heyward Collins, Rick Donovan, Lee D. Weisel
Production and Coordination: Jim Pewter
Technical Assistance: Mike Jordan for Krishane Enterprises
Mastering: Jack Skinner for Keyser-Century Corporation
Art Direction and Photography: Jeffrey Weisel




 
Cal Tjader & Armando Peraza
Photo © Tom King
SHOW #104
June 30, 1958
Cal Tjader Quintet
Callen B. Tjader, Jr., vib; Ramon Santamaria, cga; Vincent A. Guaraldi, p; Alfred McKibbon, b; William Correa, d, timb.
1. “Crow’s Nest” m. Cal Tjader
2. “Liz Anne” m. Cal Tjader

Ernestine Anderson, vcl; Gerald Wiggins, p; Alfred McKibbon, b; William Correa, d.
3. “There Will Never Be Another You” w. Mack Gordon, m. Harry Warren
4. “Ill Wind” w. Ted Koehler, m. Harold Arlen

Cal Tjader Quintet.

5. “Tumbao” m. Cal Tjader

Production credits for this show:
Host: Bobby Troup
Producer: Jimmie Baker
Writer: Bob Arbogast
Director: "Hap" Leo G. Weyman
Audio: Chuck Lewis
Cameramen: Jack Denton, Sal Folino, Bob Haley
Technical Director: Irwin Stanton
Lighting Director: Jimmy Morris
Video: Noble Moore











Paul Togawa

SHOW #47
May 27, 1957
Chris Connor, vcl; Stan Free, p; Paul Togawa, d; Marvin Shore, b.
1. “’S Wonderful” w. Ira Gershwin, m. George Gershwin
2. “Love Walked In” w. Ira Gershwin, m. George Gershwin

Paul Togawa, d; Gabriel Baltazar, as; Marvin Shore, b; C. Richard Johnston, p.
3. “Split Kick” m. Horace Silver
4. “Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?) w/m Jimmy Davis, Roger “Ram” Ramirez, Jimmy Sherman

5. “Love Me or Leave Me” w. Gus Kahn, m. Walter Donaldson

Production credits for this show:
Host: Bobby Troup
Producer: Jimmie Baker
Writer: Bob Arbogast
Director: "Hap" Leo G. Weyman
Audio: Chuck Lewis
Cameramen: Jack Denton, Bob Haley
Technical Director: Gene Lukowski
Lighting Director: Vince Cilurzo
Video: George Hillas


(Publicity release)















© James A. Harrod, COPYRIGHT PROTECTED; ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.



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