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Screamin' the Blues

# Tracks Playtime Session Session Personnel & Personnel Variances for Tracks
1 Screamin' the Blues 10:57 Oliver Nelson May 27, 1960 Richard Williams (trumpet), Oliver Nelson (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone), Richard Wyands (piano), George Duvivier (bass), Roy Haynes (drums)
(variance) -- Eric Dolphy (bass clarinet)
2 March On, March On 5:00 Oliver Nelson May 27, 1960 Richard Williams (trumpet), Oliver Nelson (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone), Richard Wyands (piano), George Duvivier (bass), Roy Haynes (drums)
(variance) -- Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone)
3 The Drive 05:48 Oliver Nelson May 27, 1960 Richard Williams (trumpet), Oliver Nelson (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone), Richard Wyands (piano), George Duvivier (bass), Roy Haynes (drums)
(variance) -- Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone)
4 The Meetin' 06:39 Oliver Nelson May 27, 1960 Richard Williams (trumpet), Oliver Nelson (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone), Richard Wyands (piano), George Duvivier (bass), Roy Haynes (drums)
(variance) -- Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone)
5 Three Seconds 06:24 Oliver Nelson May 27, 1960 Richard Williams (trumpet), Oliver Nelson (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone), Richard Wyands (piano), George Duvivier (bass), Roy Haynes (drums)
(variance) -- Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone)
6 Alto-Itis 04:59 Oliver Nelson May 27, 1960 Richard Williams (trumpet), Oliver Nelson (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone), Richard Wyands (piano), George Duvivier (bass), Roy Haynes (drums)
(variance) -- Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone)
Leader(s): 
Oliver Nelson
Label Name: 
New Jazz
Catalog Number: 
NJLP 8243
Tracks: 
March On, March On
Tracks: 
The Drive
Tracks: 
The Meetin'
Tracks: 
Three Seconds
Tracks: 
Alto-Itis
Format: 
LP
Issue Status: 
original
Post-production audio editing
Producer: 
Esmond Edwards
Original Master Engineer: 
Rudy Van Gelder
Remaster: 
no
Remix: 
no
Overdub: 
no
Physical object
Liner note author(s): 
Nat Hentoff
Sources: 
discogs.com; jazzdiscography.com; Eric Dolphy: A Musical Biography & Discography Smosko, Vladimir and Barry Tepperman