Al Hirt - Live At Carnegie Hall album download
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|A1||Bye Bye Blues
Written-By – Lown*, Gray*, Bennett*, Hamm*
|A2||Gyspsy In My Soul
Lyrics By – Moe JaffeMusic By – Clay Boland
Arranged By, Conductor – Al Hirt
|A4||Walk Right In
Arranged By – Erik Darling, Willard Svande*Written-By – Cannon*, Woods*
Arranged By – Gerald WilsonMusic By – Alex Lifeson, Geddy Lee
|A6||Down By The Riverside
Arranged By – Al HirtComposed By – Purcell*
|A7||Love For Sale
Composed By – Cole Porter
|A8||Up Above My Head
Written-By – Sister Rosetta Tharpe
|B1||When I'm Feelin' Kinda Blue
Written-By – Villa Senor*
|B2||Going To Chicago Blues
Composed By – Count BasieLyrics By – James Rushing*
|B3||Carnival Of Venice
Arranged By – Al HirtWritten-By – Del Staigers, Herbert L. Clarke, Jean-Baptiste Arban
Lyrics By – Redd StewartMusic By – Pee Wee King
Written-By – Richard Rogers-Oscar Hammerstein II*
Written-By – Toussaint*, Tyler*, Friday*
- Recorded At – Carnegie Hall
- Mastered At – RCA Studios
- Copyright (c) – Radio Corporation Of America
- Arranged By, Conductor – Gerald Wilson (tracks: A1, A2, A4, A5, A7, B1, B2, B4, B5)
- Clarinet – Pee Wee Spitelera (tracks: A6. A8, B3, B6)
- Double Bass [Bass Fiddle] – Jay Cave (tracks: A6. A8, B3, B6)
- Drums – Jimmy Zitano (tracks: A6. A8, B3, B6)
- Engineer – Ed Begley
- Photography By [Liner] – Lynn Pelham
- Piano – Fred Crane (tracks: A6. A8, B3, B6)
- Producer – Jim Foglesong
- Trombone – Gerald Hirt (tracks: A6. A8, B3, B6)
- Trumpet – Al Hirt (tracks: Al (He's The King) Hirt)
Notes© 1965 Radio Corporation of America
Dynagroove - mastered on RCA Magnetic Tape
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- Matrix / Runout (A Side Label): SPRM-4993
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Label): SPRM-4994
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|LPM-3416||Al Hirt||Live At Carnegie Hall (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Victor||LPM-3416||US||1965|
|HS-4049||Al Hirt||Live At Carnegie Hall (LP, Album)||Hua Sheng, Hua Sun Records||HS-4049||Taiwan||Unknown|
|LPM-3416||Al Hirt||Live At Carnegie Hall (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA||LPM-3416||Australia||Unknown|
|LSP-3416, SPRS-4995||Al Hirt||Live At Carnegie Hall (LP, Album)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||LSP-3416, SPRS-4995||Canada||1965|
|FTP-1305||Al Hirt||Live At Carnegie Hall (Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel, Album)||RCA Victor||FTP-1305||US||1965|
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Live at Carnegie Hall (Al Hirt album). Live at Carnegie Hall is a 1965 live album by Al Hirt released by RCA Victor recorded at Carnegie Hall. The album was produced by Jim Foglesong arranged by Gerald Wilson. The album reached No. 47 on the Billboard Top LPs chart. Bye Bye Blues" (Fred Hamm, Dave Bennett, Bert Lown). Gypsy in My Soul" (Clay Boland, Moe Jaffe). Walk Right In" (Gus Cannon, Hosea Woods). Limelight" (Gerald Wilson). Down by the Riverside".
By 1965, trumpeter Al Hirt was a commercial success, although from the jazz standpoint most of his output for RCA was becoming increasingly forgettable. Although he was joined by the Gerald Wilson Orchestra for nine of the 13 selections on this live LP, all of the selections (other than a six-minute rendition of "Carnival of Venice") are quite brief, with several under two minutes.
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