Phil Woods


Quincy Jones Orchestra

Personnel varies with each track and includes:

Quincy Jones, conductor, arranger
Phil Woods, alto saxophone
Jerome Richardson, flute, alto and tenor saxophone
Budd Johnson, tenor saxophone
Sam Taylor, tenor saxophone
Frank Wess, tenor saxophone
Benny Golson, tenor saxophone
Zoot Simes, tenor saxophone
Oliver Nelson, tenor saxophone
Danny Bank, baritone saxophone
Sahib Shihad, baritone saxophone
Harry Edison, trumpet
Ernie Royal, trumpet
Clark Terry, trumpet
Joe Royal, trumpet
Joe Newman, trumpet
Joe Wilder, trumpet
Benny Bailey, trumpet
Freddie Hubbard, trumpet
Quentin Jackson, trombone
Jimmy Cleveland, trombone
Billy Byers, trombone
Urbie Green, trombone
Tom Mitchell, trombone
Melba Liston, trombone
Curtis Fuller, trombone
Julius Watkins, French horn
Kenny Burrell, guitar
Les Spann, guitar and flute)
Patti Bown, piano
Milt Hinton, bass
Buddy Catlett, bass
Osie Johnson, drums
Sam Woodyard, drums
Charlie Persip, drums

1. Syncopated Clock (Anderson)
2. Choo Choo Ch'boogie (Darling/Gabler/Horton)
3. The Hucklebuck (Alfred/Gibson)
4. The Midnight Sun Will Never Set (Jones)
5. The Preacher (Silver)
6. Marchin' The Blues (Jones)
7. Blues In The Night (Arlen/Mercer)
8. After Hours (Parrish/Bruce)
9. Moanin' (Timmons)
10. Happy Faces (Stitt)
11. Daylie Double (Jones)
12. Pleasingly Plump (Jones)
13. A Parisian Thoroughfare (Powell)
14. G'wan Train (Bown)

Syncopated Clock
Recorded in New York, February 9 and 10, 1959

Choo Choo Ch'boogie, The Huckebuck, The Midnight Sun Will Never Set, The Preacher, Marchin' The Blues, Blues In The Night, After Hours
Recorded in New York, March 9 and 10, 1959

Moanin', Happy Faces
Recorded in New York, May 26, 1959

Daylie Double
Recorded in New York, May 29, 1959

Pleasingly Plump, A Parisian Thoroughfare
Recorded in Paris, February 28 and April 21, 1960

G'wan Train
Recorded in New York, October 19, 1960

Additional Info

  • Leader: Quincy Jones
  • Playing Time: 44:47
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