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Ted Heath & His MusicGREAT DAYRare transcription recordings of the 1960sVOLUME 8

Ted Heath & His Music
GREAT DAY
Rare transcription recordings of the 1960s
VOLUME 8

Programme no. 75 (104823) � recorded at BBC Studios, London, 1960

Spoken intro (David Jacobs & Ted Heath) & Theme � Listen to My Music (Heath)

Slaughter on Tenth Avenue (Rodgers) arranger: Dave Lindup

It Can't be Wrong (Steiner; Gannon) arranger: Alan Bristow; alto sax: Les Gilbert; trombone: probably Wally Smith

I've Found a New Baby (Palmer; Williams) trumpets: Bobby Pratt, Bert Ezard, Eddie Blair, Duncan Campbell [trumpets and rhythm only]

Moonlight in Vermont (Suessdorf; Blackburn) arranger/vibes: Derek Warne [trombones and rhythm only]

Clementine (Montrose) arranger: Ralph Dollimore; clarinet: Henry Mackenzie; tenor sax: Bob Efford; trumpet: probably Eddie Blair

Charmaine (Rapée; Pollack)

Rocking in Morocco (Dollimore) arranger: Ralph Dollimore

Misty (Garner; Burke) trombone: Johnny Edwards

Great Day (Youmans; Rose; Eliscu) arranger: probably Ralph Dollimore; soprano sax: Ronnie Chamberlain; trombone: probably Johnny Edwards; vibes: Derek Warne; muted trumpet: Eddie Blair

Programme no. 76 (104824) � recorded at BBC Studios, London, 1960

When I Grow too Old to Dream (Romberg; Hammerstein)

Love is Just around the Corner (Robin; Gensler) arranger: probably Don Innes; tenor sax: Bob Efford [with trombones and rhythm only]

Sleepy Lagoon (Coates; Lawrence) arranger: Johnny Keating; soprano sax: Ronnie Chamberlain

Speak Low (Weill; Nash) arranger/trumpet/flugelhorn: Eddie Blair

Fly Home, Little Heart (Novello; Hassall) alto sax: Les Gilbert

Madison Time (Bryant; Morrison) arranger: Ralph Dollimore; trombone: probably Johnny Edwards

Big Julie (Graham) arranger: Kenny Graham

I Get a Kick out of You (Porter) arranger: probably Ralph Dollimore; trombones: Don Lusher, Johnny Edwards; vibes: Derek Warne

The Boy Next Door (Blane; Martin) [saxes and rhythm only]

Stompin' at the Savoy (Goodman; Webb; Sampson; Razaf) arranger: Ron Roullier; muted trumpet: probably Bobby Pratt; piano: Derek Warne; trombone: probably Johnny Edwards; trumpet: Eddie Blair; high-note trumpets: Bobby Pratt, Bert Ezard

Programme no. 77 (104885) � recorded at BBC Studios, London, 1960

That Old Black Magic (Arlen; Mercer) arranger: Reg Owen; trombone: probably Don Lusher; alto sax: Les Gilbert

Our Love is Here to Stay (G & I Gershwin) arranger: Reg Owen; trumpet: Bert Ezard; alto sax: Les Gilbert; muted trumpet: Eddie Blair

Oliver! (Bart)

Georgia On My Mind (Carmichael; Gorrell) arranger: probably Johnny Keating; soprano sax: Ronnie Chamberlain

Careless Love Blues (Handy; Koenig; Williams) arranger: Ralph Dollimore; clarinet: Henry Mackenzie; tenor sax: Bob Efford; piano: Derek Warne

September Song (Weill; Anderson) alto sax: Les Gilbert

You Do Something to Me (Porter) arranger: Don Innes

North of the Border (Graham) arranger: Kenny Graham; soprano sax: Ronnie Chamberlain

Old Comrades (Teike) arranger: Ralph Dollimore; clarinet: Henry Mackenzie; muted trumpet: Eddie Blair

Theme � Listen to My Music (Heath)

3, 5 etc. Ted Heath's spoken intros

Personnel: Duncan Campbell, Bert Ezard, Bobby Pratt, Eddie Blair (trumpets); Don Lusher, Johnny Edwards, Wally Smith, Ken Goldie (trombones); Les Gilbert (alto sax/clarinet); Ronnie Chamberlain (alto & soprano saxes/clarinet); Henry Mackenzie (clarinet/tenor sax); Bob Efford (tenor sax); Ken Kiddier (baritone sax); Derek Warne (piano/vibes/percussion); Ike Issacs (guitar); Johnny Hawksworth (bass); Ronnie Verrell (drums)

Note: No personnel, music titles or recording dates are indicated on the transcription discs. It is presumed that the regular Heath band, as noted above, were present. All saxes double on other reed instruments.

A note on the arrangers/soloists:
As with the other volumes in this series, Ted Heath introduces each performance and credits various arrangers and soloists. The credited arrangers/soloists � as well as those not credited
� are listed after each title. The uncredited arrangers/soloists are thought to be correct; if there is some doubt, �probably� has been included before the relevant names.

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