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Sunday, August 8, 2010

Robert Mitchum

By Richard Weize (BCD 15890), Praguefrank
SESSIONS
30 December 1947 [soundtrack Rachel & The Stranger] Hollywood, CA – Robert Mitchum, * & Gary Gray (Dave Barbour [gt], Walter Gross [harpsichord])
001 L-4789 FOOLISH PRIDE Decca 24485/BCD-16223
002 L-4790 JUST LIKE ME* 24485/BCD-16223
003 L-4791 RACHEL 24486/BCD-16223
004 L-4792 SUMMER SONG 24484. /BCD-16223
005 L-4793 O-HE-O-HI-O-HO 24484/BCD-16223
006 L-4794 (ALONG CAME A) TALL DARK STRANGER 24486/BCD-16223
1956 [demo session] Hollywood, CA – Robert Mitchum
00601 DINAH BCD-16223
00602 I'M CONFESSIN' (THAT I LOVE YOU) BCD-16223
00603 I GET A KICK OUT OF YOU BCD-16223
00604 WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE? BCD-16223
00605 DREAM A LITTLE DREAM OF ME BCD-16223
00606 ROVING GAMBLER BCD-16223
00607 BLUE SKIES BCD-16223
18 February 1957 [20:00-23:00/23:00-01:00] Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine St., Hollywood, CA – Robert Mitchum (Orchestra cond. by Jimmy Rowles: Jack Marshall [gt], Joe Comfort [bass], Eddie Aparicio/Frank Carlson/Frank Guerrero/Ralph Hansell [drums], Carlos Mejia [bongos], Jimmy Rowles[ piano], Tony Terran [trumpet], Morris Bercov [sax]. Producer: Lee Gillette)
007 16597 JEAN AND DINAH Capitol EAP-2-853/T-853 8-32577-2 BCD-15890
008 16598 WHAT IS THIS GENERATION COMING TO? F3672 EAP-3-853/ T-853 8-32577-2 BCD-15890
009 16599 MAMA LOOKA BOO BOO (SHUT YOUR MOUTH,GO AWAY) F3672 EAP-3-853/T-853 8-32577-2 BCD-15890
20 February 1957 [no 4814, 20:00-23:00] Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine St., Hollywood, CA – Robert Mitchum (Orchestra cond. by Jimmy Rowles: Laurindo Almeida [gt], Jack Marshall [gt], Joe Comfort [bass], Eddie Aparicio/Frank Carlson/Frank Guerrero [drums], Carlos Mejia [bongos], Jimmy Rowles[ piano], Tony Terran [trumpet], Morris Bercov [sax]. Producer: Lee Gillette)
010 16609 I LEARN A MERENGUE MAMA EAP-2-853/T 853 8-32577-2 BCD 15890
011 16610 FROM A LOGICAL POINT OF VIEW unissued/lost
20 February 1957 [no 4818, 23:30-02:30] Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine St., Hollywood, CA – Robert Mitchum (Orchestra cond. by Jimmy Rowles: Laurindo Almeida [gt], Jack Marshall [gt], Joe Comfort [bass], Eddie Aparicio/Frank Carlson/Frank Guerrero [drums], Lou Singer [drums/vibes], Carlos Mejia [bongos], Jimmy Rowles[ piano], Tony Terran [trumpet], Morris Bercov [sax]. Producer: Lee Gillette)
012 16610 [remake] FROM A LOGICAL POINT OF VIEW EAP-1-853/T 853 8-32577-2 BCD 15890
013 16611 THEY DANCE ALL NIGHT EAP-3-853/T 853 8-32577-2 BCD 15890
014 16612 TAKE ME DOWN TO LOVER'S ROW EAP-2-853/T 853 8-32577-2 BCD 15890
22 February 1957 [no 4819, 20:00-23:30] Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine St., Hollywood, CA – Robert Mitchum (Orchestra cond. by Jimmy Rowles: Laurindo Almeida [gt], Jack Marshall [gt], Joe Comfort [bass], Eddie Aparicio/Frank Carlson [drums], Mike Pacheco [drums/bongas], Jimmy Rowles[ piano], Tony Terran [trumpet], Morris Bercov [sax]. Producer: Lee Gillette)
015 16618 TIC,TIC,TIC (THE LOST WATCH) EAP-2-853/T 853 8-32577-2 BCD 15890
016 16619 COCONUT WATER EAP-1-853/T 853 8-32577-2 BCD 15890
22 February 1957 [no 4843, 23:30-02:30] Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine St., Hollywood, CA – Robert Mitchum (Orchestra cond. by Jimmy Rowles: Laurindo Almeida [gt], Jack Marshall [gt], Joe Comfort [bass], Eddie Aparicio/Frank Carlson [drums], Mike Pacheco [drums/bongas], Lou Singers [drums/vibes], Jimmy Rowles[ piano], Tony Terran [trumpet], Morris Bercov [sax]. Producer: Lee Gillette)
017 16620 MATILDA, MATILDA EAP-3-853/ T 853 8-32577-2 BCD 15890
018 16621 BEAUTY IS ONLY SKIN DEEP EAP-1-853/ T 853 8-32577-2 BCD 15890
019 16642 NOT ME EAP-1-853/ T 853 8-32577-2 BCD 15890
23 April 1958 [no 6784, 20:30-23:30] Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine St., Hollywood, CA – Robert Mitchum (Jack Marshall [gt], Joe Maphis [gt], Howard Roberts [gt], Tiny Timbrell [bass], Nick Fatool [drums],Milt Raskin [piano], Justin Gordon [sax])
020 18865-19 MY HONEY'S LOVIN' ARMS F3986/8-32577-2 BCD 15890
021 18866-18 THE BALLAD OF THUNDER ROAD F3986/DT 1918 7-96862-2 8-32577-2 BCD 15890
19 January 1967 Fred Foster Sound Studio, 319 17th Ave. North, Nashville 3, TN - Robert Mitchum (Producer: Fred Foster)
022 F1W-1070 LITTLE OLE WINE DRINKER ME Monument SLP 18086
023 F1W-1071 WALKER'S WOODS SLP 18086
024 F1W-1072 LITTLE WHITE LIES SLP 18086
025 F1W-1073 YOU DESERVE EACH OTHER SLP 18086
026 F1W-1074 RICARDO'S MOUNTAIN SLP 18086
027 F1W-1075 IN MY PLACE SLP 18086
2 May 1967 Fred Foster Sound Studio, 319 17th Ave. North, Nashville 3, TN - Robert Mitchum (Producer: Fred Foster)
028 F5W-2056 GOTTA TRAVEL ON SLP 18086
029 F5W-2057 BALLAD OF THUNDER ROAD SLP 18086
030 F5W-2058 WHEELS (IT'S ROLLIN' TIME AGAIN) SLP 18086
4 May 1967 Fred Foster Sound Studio, 319 17th Ave. North, Nashville 3, TN - Robert Mitchum (Producer: Fred Foster)
031 F5W-2059 THAT MAN RIGHT THERE SLP 18086
032 F5W-2060 SUNNY SLP 18086
033 F5W-2061 WHIPPOORWILL SLP 18086
1969 Hollywood, CA – Robert Mitchum
034 YOUNG BILLY YOUNG BCD-16223
035 YOUNG BILLY YOUNG (REPRISE) BCD-16223

ALBUMS Capitol T-853 Calypso Is Like So!: Jean And Dinah; What Is This Generation Coming To; Mama Looka Boo Boo; I Learn A Merengue Mama; From A Logical Point Of View; They Dance All Night; Take Me Down T Lover's Row; Tic Tic Tic (The Lost Watch); Coconut Water; Matilda Matilda; Beauty Is Only Skin Deep; Not Me – 57 (reissued on Capitol CDP-8-32577 (with single F3958 as bonus) and as part of Bear Family BCD-15890)
Monument MLP-8086/SLP-18086 Robert Mitchum: That Man Sings: You Deserve Each Other; Walker's Woods; Wheels (It's Rolling Time Again); In My Place; Ballad Of Thunder Road; That Man Right Here; Little Ole Wine Drinker Me; Richardo's Mountain; Sunny; Little White Lies; Whippoorwill; Gotta Travel On – 67 (as part of Bear Family BCD-15890)
Bear Family [GER] BCD-15890 That Man: You Deserve Each Other; Walker's Woods; Wheels; In My Place; Ballad of Thunder Road; That Man Right There; Little Ole Wine Drinker Me; Ricardo's Mountain; Sunny; Little White Lies; Whippoorwill; Gotta Travel On; My Honey's Lovin' Arms; The Ballad of Thunder Road; Jean and Dinah; From a Logical Point of View; Not Me; What Is This Generation Coming To?; Tic, Tic, Tic; Beauty Is Only Skin Deep; I Learn a Merengue, Mama; Take Me Down to Lover's Row; Mama Look a Boo Boo; Coconut Water; Matilda; They Dance All Night- 95
Bear Family [GER] BCD 16223 Tall Dark Stranger: O-He, O-Hi, O-Ho; Tall Dark Stranger; Summer Song; Just Like Me; Foolish Pride; Rachel; Dinah; I'm Confessin' (That I Love You); I Get a Kick Out of You; What Is This Thing Called Love?; Dream a Little Dream of Me; Roving Gambler; Blue Skies; Young Billy Young; Young Billy Young (Reprise) – 97


SINGLES
Decca (1947)
24484 O-He-O-Hi-O-Ho / Summer Song - 48
24485 Just Like Me (With Gary Gray) / Foolish Pride - 48
24486 (Along Came A) Tall Dark Stranger / Rachel - 48
Capitol (1957-58)
F3672 What Is This Generation Coming To / Mama Looka Boo Boo – 05-57
F3986 My Honey's Lovin' Arms / Ballad Of Thunder Road – 05-58
Monument (1967)
45-1006 Walker's Woods / Little Old Wine Drinker Me – 04-67
45-1025 You Deserve Each Other / That Man Right Here – 04-67

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