|Studio album by|
|Recorded||January 31 and February 1 & 2, 1961|
|Studio||Los Angeles, CA|
|Label|| Roulette |
|Joe Williams chronology|
|Harry "Sweets" Edison chronology|
Together is an album by vocalist Joe Williams and trumpeter Harry "Sweets" Edison which was originally released on the Roulette label.
AllMusic reviewer Scott Yanow stated "The Together set matches Williams and Edison with tenor saxophonist Jimmy Foster and a four-piece rhythm section that includes pianist Sir Charles Thompson. Among the highlights of the dozen standards are "I Don't Know Why", "Aren't You Glad You're You?", and "Lover Come Back to Me".
Edward F. Davis, known professionally as Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, was an American jazz tenor saxophonist.
Harry "Sweets" Edison was an American jazz trumpeter and a member of the Count Basie Orchestra. His greatest impact was as a Hollywood studio musician, whose muted trumpet can be heard backing singers, most notably Frank Sinatra.
Get Happy! is a 1959 album by the American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, recorded with various studio orchestras over a two-year period.
James Robert Forrest Jr. was an American jazz musician, who played tenor saxophone throughout his career.
Pick Yourself Up with Anita O'Day is an album by Anita O'Day that was released in 1956. O'Day sings with the Buddy Bregman orchestra and with Harry "Sweets" Edison.
Wanted to Do One Together is an album by Ben Webster and Harry "Sweets" Edison that was recorded in 1962 and released by the Columbia label. Webster had previously recorded with Edison on his albums Sweets and Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You.
John Simmons was an American jazz bassist.
Dreamy is a 1960 studio album by American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan.
The Divine One is a 1960 studio album by Sarah Vaughan, arranged by Jimmy Jones. One of Vaughan's first albums for Roulette Records, "The Divine One" was, along with "Sassy" a nickname for Vaughan.
Stan Getz and the Oscar Peterson Trio is a 1958 studio album by Stan Getz, accompanied by the Oscar Peterson Trio.
Oscar Peterson + Harry Edison + Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson is an album by the jazz pianist Oscar Peterson accompanied by trumpeters Harry "Sweets" Edison and the alto saxophonist Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson that was recorded in 1986.
Jazz at the Philharmonic – Yoyogi National Stadium, Tokyo 1983: Return to Happiness is a live album that was released in 1983. The album includes Louie Bellson, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Ella Fitzgerald, Al Grey, J. J. Johnson, Joe Pass, Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, Oscar Peterson, Zoot Sims, and Clark Terry.
Patented by Edison is a 1960 jazz album by American jazz trumpeter Harry "Sweets" Edison and the Harry "Sweets" Edison Quintet.
The Trumpet Kings Meet Joe Turner is an album by vocalist Big Joe Turner with trumpeters Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge, Harry "Sweets" Edison and Clark Terry recorded in 1974 and released on the Pablo label.
Sing Along with Basie is an album by vocalese jazz group Lambert, Hendricks & Ross with Joe Williams and the Count Basie Orchestra recorded in 1958 and originally released on the Roulette label.
Count Basie Story is a double album by pianist, composer and bandleader Count Basie featuring tracks originally performed by his orchestra in the 1930s and 1940s rerecorded in 1960 as a celebration of its 25th anniversary and first released on the Roulette label. Selections from the 2-LP set were also released as Roulette's The Best of Basie in 1962 and The Best of Basie Vol. 2 in 1964. The album was rereleased with bonus tracks in 2004 to commemorate Basie's 100th birthday.
Sweetenings is an album by trumpeter Harry "Sweets" Edison featuring tracks recorded in 1958 which was originally released on the Roulette label.
Hoagy Sings Carmichael is an album by composer and vocalist Hoagy Carmichael recorded in 1956 and released on the Pacific Jazz label. The album features Carmichael's last significant recordings.
Just Friends is an album by saxophonist Zoot Sims with trumpeter Harry Sweets Edison recorded in late 1978 but not released by the Pablo label until 1980.
Clarence Johnston —also credited as Clarence Johnson— is a jazz drummer. He was born in Boston.