Thanks Tyrone. This shows yet another problem in the booklet notes for that CD. Really sloppy!
-- Tom Fine
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From: "Tyrone Settlemier" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Friday, January 04, 2008 1:03 AM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Fine studio, was Re: Early Mercury LP
>> I was always told it was Reeves. But let's be specific. Looking in the
>> booklet of the CD "Charlie
>> Parker with Strings -- The Master Takes," it seems there was a 1950 10" LP
>> for Mercury, "Charlie
>> Parker with Strings" (although I question that it was a 10" LP since there
>> were 14 songs totalling
>> about 18 minutes per side recorded in 2 sessions, so I'd argue this might
>> be incorrect track info on
>> the CD) and there was a 1952 "EP" for Verve/Clef called "Charlie Parker
>> with Strings."
> This is probably periphial to the discussion, but I have in front of me 10"
> "Charlie Parker With Strings"
> 1. April in Paris
> 2. Summertime
> 3. If I Should Lose You
> MG 35010B
> 1. I Didn't Kow What Time It Was
> 2. Everything Happens to Me
> 3. Just Friends