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One Night in Washington

# Tracks Playtime Session Session Personnel & Personnel Variances for Tracks
1 The Afro Suite (Medley: Manteca/Contrasta/Jungla/Rhumba Finale) 16:47 Dizzy Gillespie March 13, 1955 Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet), Ed Leddy (trumpet), Marky Markowitz (trumpet), Bob Carey (trumpet), Charles Frankhauser (trumpet), Bunny Aldhizer (trumpet), Al Porcino (trumpet), Earl Swope (trombone), Rob Swope (trombone), Dick Leith (trombone), Mike Goldberg (alto saxophone), Angelo Tompros (tenor saxophone), Jim Parker (tenor saxophone), Spencer Sinatra (tenor saxophone), Joel Davie (baritone saxophone), Larry Eanet (piano), Mert Oliver (bass), Joe Theimer (drums)
(variance) -- Ed Dimond (piano, percussion), Tom McKay (bass), Jack Franklin (percussion), George Caldwell (conga), Bovino (conga), Buddy Rowell (timbales)
2 Hob Nail Boogie 7:56 Dizzy Gillespie March 13, 1955 Ed Leddy (trumpet), Marky Markowitz (trumpet), Bob Carey (trumpet), Charles Frankhauser (trumpet), Bunny Aldhizer (trumpet), Al Porcino (trumpet), Earl Swope (trombone), Rob Swope (trombone), Dick Leith (trombone), Mike Goldberg (alto saxophone), Angelo Tompros (tenor saxophone), Jim Parker (tenor saxophone), Spencer Sinatra (tenor saxophone), Joel Davie (baritone saxophone), Larry Eanet (piano), Mert Oliver (bass), Joe Theimer (drums)
(variance) -- Dizzy Gillespie (vocal)
3 Wild Bill's Boogie 6:25 Dizzy Gillespie March 13, 1955 Ed Leddy (trumpet), Marky Markowitz (trumpet), Bob Carey (trumpet), Charles Frankhauser (trumpet), Bunny Aldhizer (trumpet), Al Porcino (trumpet), Earl Swope (trombone), Rob Swope (trombone), Dick Leith (trombone), Mike Goldberg (alto saxophone), Angelo Tompros (tenor saxophone), Jim Parker (tenor saxophone), Spencer Sinatra (tenor saxophone), Joel Davie (baritone saxophone), Larry Eanet (piano), Mert Oliver (bass), Joe Theimer (drums)
(variance) -- Dizzy Gillespie (vocal)
4 Caravan 5:15 Dizzy Gillespie March 13, 1955 Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet), Ed Leddy (trumpet), Marky Markowitz (trumpet), Bob Carey (trumpet), Charles Frankhauser (trumpet), Bunny Aldhizer (trumpet), Al Porcino (trumpet), Earl Swope (trombone), Rob Swope (trombone), Dick Leith (trombone), Mike Goldberg (alto saxophone), Angelo Tompros (tenor saxophone), Jim Parker (tenor saxophone), Spencer Sinatra (tenor saxophone), Joel Davie (baritone saxophone), Larry Eanet (piano), Mert Oliver (bass), Joe Theimer (drums)
(variance) -- Ed Dimond (piano, percussion), Tom McKay (bass), Jack Franklin (percussion), George Caldwell (conga), Bovino (conga), Buddy Rowell (timbales)
5 Tin Tin Deo 5:15 Dizzy Gillespie March 13, 1955 Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet), Ed Leddy (trumpet), Marky Markowitz (trumpet), Bob Carey (trumpet), Charles Frankhauser (trumpet), Bunny Aldhizer (trumpet), Al Porcino (trumpet), Earl Swope (trombone), Rob Swope (trombone), Dick Leith (trombone), Mike Goldberg (alto saxophone), Angelo Tompros (tenor saxophone), Jim Parker (tenor saxophone), Spencer Sinatra (tenor saxophone), Joel Davie (baritone saxophone), Larry Eanet (piano), Mert Oliver (bass), Joe Theimer (drums)
(variance) -- Ed Dimond (piano, percussion), Tom McKay (bass), Jack Franklin (percussion), George Caldwell (conga), Bovino (conga), Buddy Rowell (timbales)
6 Up 'n' Downs 6:14 Dizzy Gillespie March 13, 1955 Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet), Ed Leddy (trumpet), Marky Markowitz (trumpet), Bob Carey (trumpet), Charles Frankhauser (trumpet), Bunny Aldhizer (trumpet), Al Porcino (trumpet), Earl Swope (trombone), Rob Swope (trombone), Dick Leith (trombone), Mike Goldberg (alto saxophone), Angelo Tompros (tenor saxophone), Jim Parker (tenor saxophone), Spencer Sinatra (tenor saxophone), Joel Davie (baritone saxophone), Larry Eanet (piano), Mert Oliver (bass), Joe Theimer (drums)
Leader(s): 
Dizzy Gillespie
Label Name: 
Elektra/Musician
Catalog Number: 
E1 60300-1
Release Date: 
January 1, 1983
Format: 
LP
Total Time: 
49:03
Issue Status: 
original
Post-production audio editing
Remaster: 
no
Remix: 
no
Overdub: 
no
Sources: 
wikipedia. bruyninckx
Issue Details: 

Although it was recorded in the 1950s, this live album wasn't released until the 80s, as we state above. -JS