Kai Winding and His All Stars / Jay Jay Johnson and His All Stars, Kai Winding + J.J. Johnson + Bennie Green + Willie Dennis and featuring John Lewis & Charlie Mingus, Frankie Laine & Buck Clayton and His Orchestra, [live, film score, motion picture soundtrack], Jay Jay Johnson, Kai Winding, Benny Green, J. J. Johnson, Kai Winding, Bennie Green & Willie Dennis, Baby Elephant Walk / Experiment in Terror, Baby Don't Come On With Me / Time Is on My Side, Never My Love / Saturday Night Is the Loneliest Night of the Week, Kai Winding Sextet / J. J. Johnson Sextet, Swing Vol. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Kai Winding at the Discogs Marketplace. Trombone Panorama Suite: Fanfare/Lassus Trombone/Muskrat Ramble/I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues/Sidewalks of New York/Margie/I'm Getting Sentimental Over You/Kaye's Melody/Moonlight Serenade/Bijou/Collaboration/It's Alright with Me/Potpurri. © 2020 OLDIES.com and its affiliates and partner companies. by lrh1966 2:53 The Kai Winding Trombones Don't Panic 1962 by chatham43 3:01 Kai Winding - Hero - … The flowing seamless technique employed by these top slide-instrument artists resulted in a graceful, mellifluous sound that gave these recordings a chamber jazz feel, especially on such slow-paced tunes as "My Little Girl." 2 (Verve, 1964) Modern Country (Verve, 1965) Rainy Day (Verve, 1965) The In Instrumentals (Verve, 1965) Dirty Dog (Verve, 1966) More Brass (1974) Albums include The Great Kai & J.J., More / Comin' Home Baby, and !!!More!! Kai Winding (Verve, 1963) That's Where It Is (SESAC, 1963) Mondo Cane No. 1 - Goodman - Kenton - Dorsey a.o, Jazz noir - 60 Menacing Masterpieces of Mystery, Murder & Mayhem, The Jerry Ragovoy Story: Time Is on My Side 1953-2003, The Golden Age of American Popular Music - Hits With Strings and Things, Verve: The Sound of America - The Singles Collection, Soul Cargo Vol. Kai Winding, Shorty Rogers, Shelly Manne, Stan Getz, Allen Eager, Shorty Allen, Marty Napoleon, Iggy Shevak, Eddie Safranski - New Trends In Modern Music - Volume 1 (10", Album, Mono) Festival Records Trombone Panorama Suite: Fanfare/Lassus Trombone/Muskrat Ramble/I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues/Sidewalks of New York/Margie/I'm Getting Sentimental Over You/Kaye's Melody/Moonlight Serenade/Bijou/Collaboration/It's Alright with Me/Potpurri, The Party's Over [From Bells Are Ringing], When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along. Here he is joined by Wayne Andre, Carl Fontana, and Dick Lieb plus rhythm. Trombone Panorama was the first of several albums Kai Winding was to cut during the mid-'50s and early 1960s where he was joined by a shifting cast of fellow trombone players. This album has been reissued on CD with Trombone for Two, a joint undertaking by Winding and J.J. Johnson. Kai Winding discography and songs: Music profile for Kai Winding, born 18 May 1922. Explore releases from Kai Winding at Discogs. This album does nothing whatsoever to tarnish his reputation in that regard. Winding was a leader in adaptation of the trombone to bop, while still keeping one leg firmly in the swing era. East Of Suez by Charlie Ventura & Kai Winding from 1947, taken off Emarcy 1956 LP. Kai Winding Overview Biography Songs Browse by Format CDs Similar Artists Frank Rosolino Slide Hampton Bill Watrous Bennie Green Steve Turre Carl Fontana Al Grey J.J. Johnson Jay Jay Johnson Terry Gibbs Wardell Gray Caper At The Coffee House (From '77 Sunset Strip'), The Street (From 'Sweet Smell Of Success'), French Quarter (From 'A Streetcar Named Desire'), Upper And Outest (From 'Anatomy Of A Murder'), Générique (From 'Ascenseur Pour L'Échafaud'), Clark Street (From 'The Man With The Golden Arm'), Audition (From 'The Man With The Golden Arm'), Hammer Blow (From 'Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer'), À Bout De Souffle (From 'À Bout De Souffle'), Four Deuces (From 'A Streetcar Named Desire'), The Fix (From 'The Man With The Golden Arm'), Night Beat (From 'Sweet Smell Of Success'), Havana Interlude (From 'Private Hell 36'), Frankie Machine (From 'The Man With The Golden Arm'), Looking At The Caper (From 'Odds Against Tomorrow'), Sur L'Autoroute (From 'Ascenseur Pour L'Échafaud'), Ballad For Bernt (From 'Knife In The Water'), Late At Bailey's Pad (From '77 Sunset Strip'), Background For Murder (From 'Touch Of Evil'), Sidney's Theme (From 'Sweet Smell Of Success'), Car Chase / Night Chase (From 'Beat Girl'), The Impractical Man (From 'Odds Against Tomorrow'), Campagne-Première (From 'À Bout De Souffle'), Breakup (Flight / Louie's / Burlesque) (From 'The Man With The Golden Arm'), Experiment In Terror (From 'Operazione Terrore'), No Hay Problema (From 'Les Liaisons Dangereuses'), When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along, Jazz Noir: 60 Menacing Masterpieces of Mystery, Murder &... (CD), Trombone For Two (with J.J. Johnson) / The Trombone Sound (CD), Jazz Meets Africa: 36 Original Recordings (3-CD). !. Genres: Jazz, Jazz Pop, Easy Listening. At the same time, there was no reluctance to swing mightily when it came to "Blue Room," where the use of mutes gives this oldie a sharp edge. "Nutcracker" is the jam session cut on the album where everyone gets a chance to solo, with the piano of Roy Frazee getting in some good licks. To place an order or for customer service, call toll-free. 10: The Early Years of "Groove" and "Popcorn" Music Back in 1966, I Ought To Find A Way to Pay For All These Bands I Wanna Check Out, Young Person´s Guide to Music: Songs You Should Hear, The Miles Davis Connection [Work-in-Progress], INSTRUMENTAL: Easy Listening, Surf Rock and more, Joachim-Ernst Berendt's & Günther Huesmann's 'The Jazz Book: From Ragtime to the 21st Century': Selected discography, Surf aficianodos, tell me what I need to hear next.