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  1. Swingin' with Pee Wee. Studio album by. Pee Wee Russell with Buck Clayton. Released. 1960. Recorded. March 29, 1960. Studio. Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.

    • March 29, 1960
    • Jazz
  2. 01/06/1999 · And, despite the changes, Pee Wee is still Pee Wee. And that is all you need. Flanagan starts crisply, Clayton mutes a sweet opening, and then Russell enters, high and clean. In their hands, “Sorry” sounds truly apologetic, and when Buck solos open, he’s soft and warm. Pee Wee is placid and wistful, words rarely said of him.

  3. 19/11/2022 · Jazz album: “Swingin' With Pee Wee” by Pee Wee Russell, released in 2001 on Prestige Records. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings @ All About Jazz

  4. Charles Ellsworth "Pee Wee" Russell was often pigeonholed–or wrongheadedly dismissed–as a "Dixieland" or "Chicago-style" clarinetist. What Russell (1906-1969) was, was the most determinedly (but never self-consciously) individualistic stylist on his instrument, whose oddly gritty tone, consistently surprising choice of notes, and river-deep feeling made his work a joy that could be shared ...

  5. 01/06/2001 · Swingin’ with Pee Wee is a combination of two previously released swing sessions from 1958 and 1960. The first is extraordinary, with a band that includes Buck Clayton, Tommy Flanagan, Wendell Marshall, and Osie Johnson. This is great Buck Clayton.

    • Mike Neely
  6. Swingin' With Pee Wee, an Album by Pee Wee Russell. Released in 1960 on Swingville (catalog no. SVLP 2008; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz, Swing. Rated #273 in the best albums of 1960. Featured peformers: Pee Wee Russell (clarinet), Buck Clayton (trumpet), Tommy Flanagan (piano), Wendell Marshall (bass), Osie Johnson (drums).

  7. Swingin' With Pee Wee con Pee Wee Russell (1960; Prestige) Giant Steps con John Coltrane (1960; Atlantic Records) Night Hawk con Coleman Hawkins (1960; Prestige Records) Gemini con Les Spann (1961; Jazzland Records) Desafinado con Coleman Hawkins (1962; Impulse! Records) Opening Remarks con Ted Dunbar (1978; Xanadu Records)