Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Kimball Knight Beats - Some Knights to Remember 1965

Only in Oak Cliff...

Side one - The 1965 Brownwood Presentation
A1. Opener
A2. Stompin' at the Savoy - Bill Holman
Solos: Larry Adair (Bass) Don Sperry (Guitar) Mike Bankston (Trumpet) Tommy McKenny (Tenor Sax)
A3. People - Bob Farrar
Soloist: George Hummel (alto flute, vibes)
A4. Goldfinger - Don Sperry
A5. Old Black Magic - Billy May
A6. Samba - Bob Farrar
Solos: George Hummel (Flute), Lynn Glasscock (Drums), Mike Alexander (Trombone)
A7. Chaser

Side Two
B1. The Girl from Ipanema - Glenn Osser
Solos: Mike Alexander (Trombone) Sam Evans (Trumpet)
B2. Dear Heart - Henry Mancini
Solos: Mike Bankston (Trumpet) Tommy McKenny (Tenor Sax) George Hummel (Alto Sax)
B3. Taste of Honey - Bernell Whibley
B4. Charade - George Hummel
B5. Shot in the Dark - Henry Mancini & Johnny Richards
Solos: Mike Bankston (Trumpet) Tommy McKenny (Tenor Sax)
B6. Pink Panther - Henry Mancini
Solos: Mike Bankston (Trumpet) Tommy McKenny (Tenor Sax)
B7. The Stripper

Saxophones: George Hummel; Alto Sax, Flute Vibes: David Dixon; Alto Sax: Tommy McKenny; Tenor Sax: Jimmy Fallis; Tenor Sax: Mike Collier; Baritone Sax (All Saxophone Players Doubling Clarinet).
Trumpets: Mike Bankston; Sam Evans; Randy Bates; Mike Howell; Terry Prichard
Trombones: Mike Alexander; Rickey McCrary; Ronnie Hawkins; Jimmy Evans; Glenn Tucker
Piano: Kenny Driggs; Bass: Larry Adair; Drums: Lynn Glasscock, Gary Forsythe
Guitar: Don Sperry; Electric Bass: Sam Evans; Tuba: Steve Huffstutler
Organ: Larry Adair; Master of Ceremonies: Bryan Maupin; Managers: Chuck Pafford; Ronnie Harris

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Brings back old, very fond memories of winning Brownwood in 1965. Terry Prichard