Jazz Icons 4: Woody Herman - Live in '64
Jazz Icons: Woody Herman features a blistering one-hour concert from 1964 showcasing one of the very hottest line-ups of the “Swinging Herd,” including trumpeter Bill Chase, trombonist Phil Wilson and the amazing saxophonist Sal Nistico on the front line, as well as drummer Jake Hanna, bassist Chuck Andrus and pianist-arranger Nat Pierce in the rhythm section.
Woody and his band roar throughout the entire show which includes standards such as “Lonesome Old Town’ and “After You’ve Gone” as well as new originals including Charles Mingus’s “Better Git It In Your Soul.”
"Live in England - 1964"
Woody Herman’s Swinging Herd (1964):
Woody Herman (clarinet, alto saxophone and vocals)
Paul Fontaine, Billy Hunt, Bill Chase, Danny Nolan, Gerald Lamy (trumpets)
Phil Wilson, Henry Southall, Kenny Wenzel (trombones)
Sal Nistico, Gary Kelin, Joe Romano, Tom Anastas (saxophones)
Nat Pierce (piano), Chuck Andrus (bass), Jake Hanna (drums).
After You’ve Gone
That’s Where It Is
Lonesome Old Town
Better Git It In Your Soul
Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
Jazz Me Blues
Days Of Wine And Roses
To Sum It Up
DVD, 24-page booklet, 60 minutes