Kai Winding, early 1960s.
Kai Winding: Verve
Various Artists, "A Trip To Brazil / Bossa, Samba
& Beyond", Verve LP #545475-1 (2000).[2-LP Compilation Set]
Lalo Schifrin, "Lalo Schifrin - Talkin' Verve",
Verve #547185 (1999).[Compilation CD]
Lalo Schifrin, "Lalo Schifrin - Talkin' Verve", Verve #661556 (2007).[CD Compilation Reissue]
Kai Winding plays trombone on these tracks:
Slaughter On 10th Avenue
El Salon Mexico
Personnel includes: Lalo Schifrin
(arranger, conductor, piano); Phil Woods (alto saxophone); Jerome
Richardson, James Moody (tenor saxophone, flute); Dizzy Gillespie,
Conte Candoli, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry,
Snooky Young (trumpet); Bob Brookmeyer, Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green,
J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding (trombone); Ray Alonge, Richard Berg, Earl
Chapin, Bob Northern (French horn); Don
Butterfield, Red Callendar (tuba); Emil Richards, Larry Bunker
(vibraphone, drums); Cal Tjader (vibraphone); Mundell Lowe, Jim Hall
(guitar); George Duvivier, Richard Davis
(bass); Grady Tate, Mel Lewis (drums).
Producers: Quincy Jones, Creed Taylor.
Compilation producer: Aric Lach Morrison.
Includes material originally recorded between
Sepetember 1962 and April 1966.
Includes liner notes by John Corbett.
Sarah Vaughan, "Sarah Vaughan, Ken Burns Jazz
Collection", Verve #549088 (2000).[CD]
Includes participation by Kai Winding,
Personnel includes: Sarah Vaughan (vocals,
piano); Tadd Dameron, Ernie Wilkins, Hal Mooney, Quincy Jones
(conductor); Billy Eckstine (vocals); Georgie Auld, Bud Johnson,
Paul Quinichette (tenor saxophone); Cecil
Payne (baritone saxophone); Zoot Sims (saxophone); Dizzy Gillespie,
Clifford Jordan, Freddie Hubbard, Clark Terry (trumpet); Bennie
Green, J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding (trombone);
Herbie Mann (flute); Tony Scott (clarinet); Benny Golson, Phil Woods
(reeds); Leonard Feather, Bud Powell, Bob James, Roland Hanna
(piano); Mundell Lowe, Joe Pass (guitar); Jack
Lesberg, Ted Sturgis, Sid Weiss, Billy Taylor, Joe Banjamin, Richard
Davis, George Duvivier (bass); Morey Feld, Kenny Clarke, Bunny
Shawker, J.C. Heard, Roy Haynes (drums).
Compilation producers: Ken Druker, Will
Friedwald, Ben Young.
Recorded between 1944 and 1985.
Includes liner notes by Will Friedwald.
Sarah Vaughan, "Viva! Vaughan", Verve #549374 (2001).[Remastered CD]
Includes performance by Kai Winding,
Personnel includes: Sarah Vaughan (vocals);
Frank Foster (conductor); Wayne Andre, Billy Byers, Jimmy Cleveland,
Paul Faulise, Benny Powell, Bill Watrous, Kai Winding, Britt
Woodman (trombone); Richard Hixson (bass
trombone); Jerome Richardson (flute); Bernard Eichen, Lewis Eley,
Emmanuel Green, Leo Kruczek, Charles Libove, David Nadien, Gene
Orloff, Tosha Samaroff (violin); Harry
Lookofsky (tenor violin); Bob James (piano); Barry Galbraith
(guitar); George Duvivier, Robert Rodriguez (bass); Bobby Donaldson
(drums, percussion); Willie Bobo, Juan
Cadavieco, Jose Mangual, Willie Rodriguez, Raphael Sierra
Producer: Quincy Jones.
Reissue producer: Ken Druker.
Includes liner notes by William Ruhlmann.
Woody Herman, "Woody Herman's Finest Hour",
Verve #549707 (2001).[CD Compilation]
Includes performance by Kai Winding,
Sarah Vaughan, "It's a Man's World", Verve #314589487-2 (2002).[24-bit Digitally Remastered CD]
Personnel includes: Sarah Vaughn (vocals);
Hal Mooney (arranger, conductor); Bob James (arranger, piano); Benny
Golson, Phil Woods (saxophone); Freddie Hubbard, Joe Newman,
Charlie Shavers, Clark Terry (trumpet); J.J. Johnson,
Kai Winding (trombone).
Producer: Hal Mooney.
Reissue producer: Bryan Koniarz.
Includes liner notes by Barbara Gardner.
Various Artists, "A Trip to Brazil, Volume 3 -
Back to Bossa", Verve/Universal/Boutique #089710-2 (January 2003).[2-CD Compilation Set]
Includes the following Kai Winding performance:
CD 2, Track 8 - Kai Winding: Once I Loved aka O
Amor Em Paz (Antonio Carlos Jobim/Vinicius de Moraes), originally
from the Kai Winding album Penny Lane and Time.
ANNOTATED LINER NOTES BY PRODUCER ARNALDO DESOUTEIRO
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