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Dexter Gordon December 11 and 12, 1976

Main Session Personnel
tenor saxophone
trumpet, flugelhorn
piano
bass
drums
# Tracks Playtime Issue Variance from Main Session Personnel
1 Gingerbread Boy 13:29
Homecoming
Catalog #: PG 34650
2 Little Red's Fantasy 12:30
Homecoming
Catalog #: PG 34650
3 Fenja 12:34
Homecoming
Catalog #: PG 34650
4 In Case You Haven't Heard 10:55
Homecoming
Catalog #: PG 34650
5 It's You or No One 13:46
Homecoming
Catalog #: PG 34650
6 Let's Get Down 13:03
Homecoming
Catalog #: PG 34650
7 'Round Midnight 13:06
Homecoming
Catalog #: PG 34650
8 Backstairs 12:20
Homecoming
Catalog #: PG 34650
9 Fried Bananas 14:34
10 Body and Soul 13:10 Woody Shaw (omit)
Content State: draft
source: Lord, T. The Jazz Discography
Recording Date: 
1976-12-11 - 1976-12-12
Leader(s): 
Dexter Gordon
Skill/instrument: 
tenor saxophone
Skill/instrument: 
trumpet
Skill/instrument: 
flugelhorn
Skill/instrument: 
piano
Skill/instrument: 
bass
Skill/instrument: 
drums
Personnel: 
Dexter Gordon
Personnel: 
Woody Shaw
Personnel: 
Woody Shaw
Personnel: 
Ronnie Mathews
Personnel: 
Stafford James
Personnel: 
Louis Hayes
Ensemble Size: 
quartet
Venue Type: 
live performance
Venue Name: 
Village Vanguard
Venue Location: 
New York, NY
Recording company
Company Name: 
Columbia Records
Parent Company: 
Columbia Broadcasting System (now Sony Music Entertainment)
Producer: 
Maxine Gordon
Session Engineer: 
Malcolm Addey
Session Details: 

Session details came from record sleeve and liner notes for Columbia PG 34650

Dates, personnel, and session tracks not released on the original issue were also substantiated using the Tom Lord Discography and Jazz Discography Project

The times listed on "Fried Bananas" and "Body and Soul" were taken from the 1990 CD rerelease Columbia C2K 46824

Note: the producer on this page is listed as Maxine Gordon, but on the record sleeve she is listed as Maxine Gregg. This is not a mistake. She was Maxine Gregg at the time of the recording, but after marrying Dexter Gordon, she took his name.

Sources: 
Columbia PG 34650; Jazz Discography Project: Dexter Gordon Discography; Lord, T. The Jazz Discography