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Eddie Harris, November 1962

Main Session Personnel
tenor saxophone
piano, arranger
guitar
bass
drums
Cabasa
Pandeiro
# Tracks Playtime Issue Variance from Main Session Personnel
1 Mima 7:39
2 Lolita Marie 4:54
3 Cev y Mar 8:29
4 Whispering Bossa Nova 5:42
5 Samba Para Los Dos 5:29
6 Tel Eco Teco, No. 2 3:28
genre: Soul jazz, bop, funk
Recording Date: 
1962-11 - 1962-11
Leader(s): 
Eddie Harris
Skill/instrument: 
tenor saxophone
Skill/instrument: 
piano
Skill/instrument: 
guitar
Skill/instrument: 
bass
Skill/instrument: 
drums
Skill/instrument: 
Cabasa
Skill/instrument: 
Pandeiro
Skill/instrument: 
arranger
Personnel: 
Eddie Harris
Personnel: 
Lalo Schifrin
Personnel: 
Jimmy Raney
Personnel: 
Art Davis
Personnel: 
Chuck Lampkin
Personnel: 
Jack Del Rio
Personnel: 
Osvaldo Cigno
Personnel: 
Lalo Schifrin
Ensemble Size: 
septet
Venue Type: 
studio
Session Details: 

Bruyninckx inexplicably omits Chuck Lampkin from this session. However, on the CD reissue (according to Worldcat's copy on hand) Lampkin is included on these tracks that made it onto the issue VJ 3034, which is the same issue Bruyninckx references these tracks were issued on. Therefore, I will assume it is an accidental omission and refer to Lordisco which names Lampkin as drummer on this track, with support from Cigno and Del Rio on supporting percussion. For that reason, it appears Lord is correct here.

 

Furthermore, Bruyninckx and Lord differ on date and locations: Bruyninckx says the session occurred in 1963 in Chicago, IL. Lord says the session occurred in November 1962, in New York City. Lord is backed up by http://dougpayne.com/lsd55_65.htm, linked from Fitzgerald's Jazzdiscography.com, in saying it took place in NYC in 1962.

To read an explanation for why this is, the dougpayne.com site gives a brief reasoning.

Sources: 
worldcat, Lord, All music guide, Bruyninckx, http://dougpayne.com/lsd55_65.htm (via jazzdiscography.com)