Midnight Symphony. Midnight Symphony is a jazz standard by Lester Young. A slow blues, it was originally recorded in the key of B-flat major and is noted for its classic blues piano phrasing by Marlowe Morris, mellow tenor sax soloing by Young, and trumpet soloing by Harry Edison. "Midnight Symphony", along with " On the Sunny Side of the Street ", was included in the film of that year, Jammin' the Blues, which features Young Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.
Live And Private Recordings In Chronological Order (Bird Box [It] Vol.1/22) Session 3: Earl Hines Big Band - Apollo Theatre, It is not known if this concert was recorded. Session 4: Earl Hines Big Band - Apollo Theatre, It is not known if this concert was recorded. Session 5:
· Link: streaming audio of “Round Midnight“ Lester Young — Lester Young in Paris [Verve LP] Double Bass – Jamil Nasser Drums – Kenny Clarke Guitar – Jimmy Gourley Piano – René Urtreger Tenor Saxophone – Lester Young. Note: Recorded March 4, at the Hoche Studio, Paris — released
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Billie Holiday (w/ Lester Young): Fine and Mellow (from “The Sound of Jazz”, NBC TV) (not the recording on the official Columbia record, recorded two days before the TV taping). Bob Dylan: Visions of Johanna (solo, live ) Hot Lips Page: Old Yazoo (private acetate recording at Minton’s, , released on Onyx LP).
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