Young Anita
Proper Box 21:
Anita O'Day - Young Anita


Here you have it:  89 tracks on four discs totalling nearly five hours of the music with which the incomparable Ms. O'Day launched her one-of-a-kind career.  Also included is a fully illustrated 40 page booklet written by jazzpert Joop Visser that provides a detailed look at these early years of Anita's career. It's all here, from the classic uptempo "Let  Me Off Uptown" that put her on the map and buoyed the careers of both Roy Eldridge and Gene Krupa to the ultimate hardboiled gal tune, "And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine" that gave the Stan Kenton Orchestra their first big hit to her classic laid back set with the Nat King Cole Trio to her high energy reunion with the Krupa Orchestra and much more, all for one amazing low price.  Read all about it in the track listing and full discography provided below.

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Track Listing

Disc One  -  Gene Krupa Days

1. ALREET (Livingston, Russell,Moseley) P 1941
2. GEORGIA ON MY MIND (Gorrell, Carmichael) P 1941
3. FOOL AM I (Fischer) P 1941
4. LET’S GET AWAY FROM IT ALL (Adair, Dennis) P 1941
5. JUST A LITTLE BIT SOUTH OF NORTH CAROLINA (Cannon, Shaftel) P 1941
6. SLOW DOWN (Evans) P 1941
7. I TAKE TO YOU (Gordon, Warren) P 1941
8. GREEN EYES (Rivera, Woods,Menendez) P 1941
9. LET ME OFF UPTOWN (Evans, Bostic) P 1941
10. KICK IT (Bauer, Vernier, Hill) P 1941
11. STOP! THE RED LIGHT’S ON (Miller) P 1941
12. THE WALLS KEEP TALKING (Hill,Bauer, Hill) P 1941
13. TWO IN LOVE (Wilson) P 1941
14. STOP! THE RED LIGHT’S ON (Miller) P 1941
15. HOW DO? (Unknown) P 1941
16. COPPIN’ A PLEA (Unknown) P 1941
17. BOLERO AT THE SAVOY (Krupa, Mundy, Carpenter, Biondi) P 1941
18. SKYLARK (Mercer, Carmichael) P 1941
19. BOLERO AT THE SAVOY (Krupa,Mundy, Carpenter, Biondi) P 1941
20. THANKS FOR THE BOOGIE RIDE (Buck,Mitchell) P 1941
21. PASS THE BOUNCE (Nemo) P 1942
22. SIDE BY SIDE (Woods) P 1942
23. HARLEM ON PARADE (Evans, Carter) P 1942



Disc Two - And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine

1. FIGHTIN’ DOUG MAC ARTHUR (Unknown) P 1942
2. THAT’S WHAT YOU THINK (Tomlin, Jasper, Poe) P 1942
3. BARRELHOUSE BESSIE FROM BASIN STREET (Styne, Magidson) P 1942
4. DELIVER ME TO TENNESSEE (Smith,Hughes, Bradley) P 1942
5. MASSACHUSETTS (Razaf, Roberts) P 1942
6. "MURDER", HE SAYS (Loesser, McHugh) P 1942
7. RIDE ON (Tolbert) P 1944
8. BUILD IT UP, PAINT IT NICE, TEAR IT DOWN (Meyer, Jacobs) P 1944
9. I LOST MY SUGAR IN SALT LAKE CITY (Lange, Rene) P 1944
10. YOU BETCHA! (Unknown) P 1944
11. IN A LITTLE SPANISH TOWN (Wayne,Lewis,Young) P 1944
12. I’M GOING MAD FOR A PAD (Lawrence,Kenton, Greene) P 1944
13. AND HER TEARS FLOWED LIKE WINE (Lawrence, Kenton, Greene) P 1944
14. THE LADY IN RED (Wrubel, Dixon) P 1944
15. GOTTA BE GETTIN’ (Romano, Amsterdam) P 1944
16. TABBY THE CAT (Dickenson) P 1944
17. GOTTA BE GETTIN’ (Romano, Amsterdam) P 1944
18. WISH YOU WERE WAITIN’ FOR ME (Unknown) P 1944
19. AND HER TEARS FLOWED LIKE WINE (Lawrence,Kenton, Greene) P 1944
20. ARE YOU LIVIN’ OLD MAN? (Evans,Higginbotham, Silver) P 1945
21. I WANT A GROWN UP MAN (Wick, O’Day) P 1945
22. TRAVELLIN’ MAN (De Vol, Greene) P 1945


Disc Three - Boogie Blues

1. THEM THERE EYES (Pinkard, Tracy, Tauber) P 1945
2. MEMORIES OF YOU (Razaf, Blake) P 1945
3. HOW COME? (Rene) P1945
4. I CAN’T BELIEVE THAT YOU’RE IN LOVE WITH ME (Gaskill, McHugh) P 1945
5. AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’ (Razaf, Waller) P 1945
6. PENTHOUSE SERENADE (Jason,Burton) P 1945
7. LONESOME ROAD (Traditional) P 1945
8. I CAN’T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE (Fields, McHugh) P 1945
9. ROSETTA (Hines, Woode) P 1945
10. OPUS NO.1 (Oliver) P 1945
11. (DID YOU EVER GET) THAT FEELING IN THE MOONLIGHT? (Schuster, Stock, Cavanaugh) P 1945
12. BOOGIE BLUES (Krupa, Biondi) P 1945
13. CHICKERY CHICK (Dee,Lipman) P 1945
14. IN THE MIDDLE OF MAY (Stillman, Ahlert) P 1945
15. TEA FOR TWO (Caesar, Youmans) P 1945
16. HARRIET (Baer, Cunningham) P 1945
17. ACE IN THE HOLE (Trad - Arr. O’Day) P 1947
18. SOMETIMES I’M HAPPY (Caesar, Gray, Youmans) P 1947
19. WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE? (Porter) P 1947
20. HI HO TRAILUS BOOT WHIP (Harding, Palmer, Ram) P 1947
21. I TOLD YA I LOVE YA, NOW GET OUT (Frigo, Ellis, Carter) P 1947
22. IT’S DIFFERENT WHEN IT HAPPENS TO YOU (Nolan, Shaffer) P 1947


Disc Four - The Solo Sides

1. HOW HIGH THE MOON (Hamilton, Lewis) P 1948
2. I AIN’T GETTIN’ ANY YOUNGER (Carter, Banson) P 1948
3. MALAGUENA (Lecuona) P 1948
4. KEY LARGO (Carter, Suessdorf, Worth) P 1948
5. MALAGUENA (Lecuona) P 1948
6. WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE? (Porter) P 1948
7. SEPTEMBER IN THE RAIN (Warren, Rubin) P 1948
8. JAMAICA MON (Greene) P 1949
9. DON’T KICK IT AROUND (Greene) P 1949
10. SO MUCH OF NOTHING TO DO (Greene) P 1949
11. POOR SIMPLE SIMON (Greene) P 1949
12. BLUES FOR BOJANGLES (Darwin) P 1950
13. YOUR EYES ARE BIGGER THAN YOUR HEART (Darwin) P 1950
14. TENNESSEE WALTZ (King, Stewart) P 1950
15. YEA BOO (Kassell, Curtis) P 1950
16. SOMETHING I DREAMED LAST NIGHT (Fain, Yellen, Magidson) P 1950
17. IF I COULD STEAL YOU FROM SOMEBODY ELSE (Evans, Gold) P 1950
18. YOU TOOK ADVANTAGE OF ME (Rodgers, Hart) P 1950
19. ONCE THERE LIVED A FOOL (Robinson) P 1950
20. I APOLOGISE (Hoffman, Goodhart, Nelson) P 1950
21. BLACK MOONLIGHT (Coslow, Johnston) P 1950
22. LOVESICK BLUES (Mills, Friend) P 1950


 
Discography

Disc One - Gene Krupa Days

Anita O’Day, voc: with Gene Krupa and his Orchestra : Norman Murphy, Torg Halten, Graham Young, Shorty Sherock, tp; Pat Virgadamo, Babe Wagner, Jay Kelliher, tb; Mascagni Ruffo, Clint Neagley, as; Sam Musiker, Walter Bates, ts; BobKitsis, p; RemoBiondi, g; BuddyBastien, b; Gene Krupa, d.
New York,March 12, 1941.

29921-1 ALREET (Arr. Elton Hill) Okeh 6118
29922-1 GEORGIA ON MY MIND Okeh 6118
29923-1 FOOL AM I Okeh 6154

Same personnel as above.
New York,March 19, 1941.

29974-1 LET’S GET AWAY FROM IT ALL Okeh 6130
 29976-1 JUST A LITTLE BIT SOUTH OF NORTH CAROLINA Okeh 6130
29977-1 SLOW DOWN Okeh 6154

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra : Norman Murphy, Torg Halten, Graham Young, Shorty Sherock, tp; Pat Virgadamo, Babe Wagner, Jay Kelliher; Mascagni Ruffo, Clint Neagley, as; Sam Musiker, Walter Bates, ts; Bob Curtis, p; Remo Biondi, g; Buddy Bastien, b; Gene Krupa, d.
New York, April 11, 1941.

30239-1 I TAKE TO YOU Okeh 6187

Same personnel as above, but Roy Eldridge, tp; voc, (-1) replaces Sherock, John Grassi, tb; replaces Virgadamo, add Howard Dulany, voc. (-2).
New York,May 8, 1941.

30442-1 GREEN EYES (-2) Okeh 6222
 30443-1 LET ME OFF UPTOWN (-1) Okeh 6210

Same personnel as above.
New York, June 5, 1941.

30604-1 KICK IT Okeh 6287

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra : Roy Eldridge, Norman Murphy, Torg Halten, Graham Young, tp; John Grassi,Babe Wagner, Jay Kelliher, tb; Sam Musiker, cl, as; Musky Ruffo, as; Walter Bates, Jimmy Migliore, ts; Sam Listengard, bs; Milt Raskin, p; Remo Biondi, g; Ed Michelich, b; Gene Krupa, d.
Chicago, August 18, 1941.

C 3967-1 STOP! THE RED LIGHT’S ON Okeh 6411

Same personnel as above.
Chicago, August 28, 1941.

C 3939-1 THE WALLS KEEP TALKING (Arr. EltonHill) Okeh 6438

Same personnel as above, but add Johnny Desmond, voc (-1).
Hollywood,October 3, 1941.

H 527-1 TWO IN LOVE (-1) (Arr. EltonHill) Okeh 6447

Same personnel as above.
Broadcast -Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, October 3,1947.

STOP! THE RED LIGHTS ON Fanfare 10-110

Same personnel as above.
Hollywood,October 14, 1941.

H 545-1 HOW DO? (Arr. Elton Hill) CBS P 14379
H 547-1 COPPIN’ A PLEA (Arr. Elton Hill) Okeh 6498
H 548-1 BOLERO AT THE SAVOY(Arr. Elton Hill)CBS P 14379

Same personnel as above, but Al Beck, tp replaces Halten, add Roy Eldridge, voc (-1).
New York,November 25, 1941.

31800-1 SKYLARK (Arr. Elton Hill) Okeh 6607
 31801-2 BOLERO AT THE SAVOY (Arr. JimmyMundy) Okeh 6721
 30802-1 THANKS FOR THE BOOGIE RIDE (-1) (Arr. Elton Hill) Okeh 6506

Same personnel as above.
New York, December 29, 1941.

32063-1 PASS THE BOUNCE (Arr. Elton Hill) Okeh 6619

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra : Roy Eldridge, Mickey Mangano,Norman Murphy, Al Beck, tp; John Grassi,Jay Kelliher, Babe Wagner, tb; Benny Feeman, as; Sam Musiker, as, cl; Jimmy Migliore, Don Brassfield, ts; Rex Kittig, bs; Milt Raskin, p; Remo Biondi, g; Ed Michelich, b; Gene Krupa, d.
New York,January 23, 1942.

32310-1 SIDE BY SIDE (Arr. Elton Hill) Columbia 36726
32312-1 HARLEM ON PARADE (Arr. Elton Hill) Okeh 6607

Disc Two - And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine

Same personnel as January 23, 1942, but Joe Springer, p replaces Raskin.
New York, February 26, 1942.

32495-1 FIGHTIN’ DOUG MAC ARTHUR (Arr. EltonHill) Okeh 6635
32496-1 THAT’S WHAT YOU THINK (Arr. Elton Hill) Columbia 36621

Same personnel as above, but Joe Conigliaro, tb replaces Kelliher, Roy Eldridge, voc (-1).
Chicago, April 2, 1942.

CCO 4210 BARRELHOUSE BESSIE FROM BASIN STREET (-1) (Arr. EltonHill) Ajax 202
CCO 4212 DELIVER ME TO TENNESSEE Columbia 32591

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra : Roy Eldridge, Mickey Mangano, Norman Murphy, Al Beck, tp; Greg Phillips, TommyPederson, Babe Wagner, tb; Sam Musiker, cl, as; Benny Feeman, as; JimmyMigliore, Don Brassfield, ts; Rex Kittig, bs; Joe Springer, p; Teddy Walters, g; Ed Michelich, b; Gene Krupa, d.
New York,July 13, 1942.

33001-1 MASSACHUSETTS (Arr. Elton Hill) Okeh 6695
330042-1 "MURDER" HE SAYS Okeh 6695

Stan Kenton and his Orchestra : John Carroll, Buddy Childers, Karl George, Dick Morse, tp; Bill Atkinson, George Fay,Harry Forbes, Bart Varsalona, tb; Chet Ball, Eddie Meyers, as; Stan Getz, Dave Matthews, ts; Bob Gioga, bs; Stan Kenton, p; Bob Ahern, g; Gene Englund, b; Jesse Price, d.

Transcriptions, Mac Gregor Studios, Hollywood, probably May 11, 1944.

MMO 584 RIDE ON (Arr. Charlie Shirley)
 MMO 585 BUILD IT UP, PAINT IT NICE, TEAR IT DOWN (Arr. Stan Kenton)
 MMO 586 I LOST MY SUGAR IN SALT LAKE CITY (Arr. Charlie Shirley)
MMO 587 YOU BETCHA! (Arr. StanKenton)
MMO 587 IN A LITTLE SPANISH TOWN (Arr. Dave Matthews)

Same personnel as above, but Morey Beeson, bs replaces Gioga.
Mac Gregor Studios, Hollywood, May 20, 1944

248-2 I’M GOING MAD FOR A PAD (Arr. Joe Rizzo) Capitol W-569-3
 249-1 AND HER TEARS FLOWED LIKE WINE (Arr. Buddy Baker, Stan Kenton) Capitol 166

Same personnel as above, AFRS "One night stand 685"
Broadcast, Pacific Square Ballroom, San Diego, Cal., May/June 1944

THE LADY IN RED (Arr. Stan Kenton)

Stan Kenton and his Orchestra: John Carroll, Buddy Childers, Karl George, Gene Roland, Mel Green, tp; Freddie Zito, Milt Kabak, Harry Forbes, Bart Varsalona, tb; Bob Lively, Boots Mussulli, as; Stan Getz, Emmett Carls, ts; Bob Gioga, bs; Stan Kenton, p; Bob Ahern, g; Bob Kesterton, b; John Bock, d.
New York, September 26, 1944

321-1 GOTTA BE GETTIN’ (Arr. Gene Roland) Capitol 178

Same personnel as above, but Jim Falzone, d, replaces Bock.
AFRS "One night stand 474" Broadcast, Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, Cal., November 28, 1944

TABBY THE CAT (Arr. Dave Matthews)

Same personnel as above
AFRS "One night stand 447" Broadcast, Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, Cal., November 30, 1944

GOTTA BE GETTIN’ (Arr. Gene Roland)
WISH YOU WERE WAITIN’ FOR ME

Same personnel as above
Transcription, AFRS "Jubilee 111" Hollywood, December 5 or 20, 1944

MM 685 AND HER TEARS FLOWED LIKE WINE (Arr. Buddy, Baker, Stan Kenton)

Same personnel as above,
Los Angeles, December 15, 1944

525-1 ARE YOU LIVIN’ OLD MAN? Capitol 187

Same personnel as above, but Dave Madden, ts replaces Carls
Los Angeles, January 16, 1945

547-1 I WANT A GROWN UP MAN Capitol 20244
548-1 TRAVELLIN’ MAN Capitol 48012

Disc Three - Boogie Blues

Anita O’Day, voc. with: Lowell Martin, musical director; Charlie Griffith, tp; Jimmy Skyles, tb; Heinie Beau, Manny Gershman, Herbie Haymer, ts; Harry Suchmas, bs; Milt Raskin, p; Dave Barbour, g; Phil Stephens, b; Zutty Singleton, d.
Los Angeles, January 18, 1945

THEM THERE EYES Baldwyn Street Music BJH 302
MEMORIES OF YOU Capitol SLB 6952
HOW COME? Baldwyn Street Music BJH 302
I CAN’T BELIEVE THAT YOU’RE
IN LOVE WITH ME Baldwyn Street Music BJH 302

The Nat King Cole Trio: Nat Cole, p; Oscar Moore, g; Johnny Miller, b.
MacGregor Transcriptions, Los Angeles, February 10, 1945

MM 572 AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’
MM 572 PENTHOUSE SERENADE
MM 572 LONESOME ROAD
MM 572 I CAN’T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE
MM 572 ROSETTA

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra: Don Fagerquist, Joe Triscari,Vince Hughes, Tony Rosso, tp; Leon Cox, Tommy Pederson, Bill Culley, tb; Johnny Bothwell, Adrian Tei, as; Charlie Ventura, Charlie Kennedy, ts; Sid Brown, bs; Teddy Napoleon, p; Ed Yance, g; Irv Lang, b; Gene Krupa. d. New York, August 21, 1945

CO 35110-1 OPUS # 1 (Arr. Sy Oliver) Columbia 36862
CO 35111-1 (DID YIU EVER GET) THAT FEELING

IN THE MOONLIGHT? (Arr. George Williams) Columbia 36862
CO 35113-1 BOOGIE BLUES (Arr. Remo Biondi) Columbia 36986

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra: Don Fagerquist, Pinky Savitt, Vince Hughes, Tony Rosso, tp; Leon Cox, Dick Taylor, Andy Parker, tb; Harry Terrill, Bill Hitz, as; Charlie Ventura, Charlie Kennedy, ts; Sid Brown, bs; Teddy Napoleon, p; Frank Worrell, g; Irv Lang, b; Gene Krupa, Joe Dale, d. Buddy Stewart, voc (-1)
New York, September 26, 1945

CO 35329-1 CHICKERY CHICK (Arr. George Williams) Columbia 36877
 CO 35340-1 IN THE MIDDLE OF MAY (-1) (Arr. George Williams) CBS S 88016

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra: Don Fagerquist, Pinky Savitt, Vince Hughes, Tony Rosso, tp; Leon Cox, Dick Taylor,Nick Gaglio, tb; Henry Terrill, Charlie Kennedy, as; Charlie Ventura, Buddy Wise, ts; Joe Koch, bs; Teddy Napoleon, p; Frank Worrell, g; Irv Lang, b; Gene Krupa, Joe Dale, d; Buddy Stewart, voc. (-1)
New York, October 23, 1945

CO 35335-1 TEA FOR TWO (Arr. George Williams) Columbia 38345
CO 35336-1A HARRIET (-1) (Arr. George Williams) Columbia 36890

Alvy West and The Little Band: Larry Neal, tp; Alvy West, as, arr; Bob Caudana, accordion, p; Tony Rizzi, g; Artie Shapiro, b; Milt Holland, d.
Los Angeles, Late February 1947

SRC 376 ACE IN THE HOLE Signature 15127
SRC 377 SOMETIMES I’M HAPPY Signature 15127

Will Bradley and his Orchestra: Jimmy Maxwell, Chris Griffin, Red Solomon, Carl Poole, tp; Will Bradley, Phil Giardina, BillyPritchard, Al Philburn, tb; Paul Ricci, Toots Mondello, as; Art Drellinger, Hank Ross, ts; Hank Freeman, bs; Stan Freeman, p; Danny Perri,g; Bob Haggart, b; Morey Feld, d; Sy Oliver, arr.
New York, September 1947

SRC 564 WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE? Signature15162
SRC 565 HI HO TRAILUS BOOT WHIP Signature15162
SRC 566 I TOLD YA I LOVE YA, NOW GET OUT Signature15181
SRC 567 IT’S DIFFERENT WHEN IT HAPPENS  TO YOU Signature15217

Disc Four - The Solo Sides

Anita O’Day, voc, with: Studio Orchestra led by Ralph Burns or Benny Carter. Personnel includes: Ray Linn, tp; Ray Sims, tb; Benny Carter, as; arr; Ralph Burns, p, arr; Don Lamond, d; others unknown.
Los Angeles, Late 1947 or early 1948

SRC 657 HOW HIGH THE MOON (Arr. Ralph Burns) Signature15185
SRC 658 I ain’t gettin’ any younger  (Arr. Benny Carter) Signature15217
SRC 659 MALAGUENA (Arr. Ralph Burns) Signature15181
SRC 660 KEY LARGO (Arr. Benny Carter) Signature15185

Count Basie and his Orchestra: Clark Terry, Jimmy Nottingham, Harry Edison, Emmett Berry, tp; Bill Johnson, George Matthews, Ted Donnelly, Dicky Wells, tb; Bernie Peacock, Earl Warren, as; Wardell Gray, Paul Gonsalves, ts; Jack Washington, bs; Count Basie, p; Freddie Green, g; Singleton Palmer, b; Shadow Wilson, d.
Broadcast, The Royal Roost - New York, September 25, 1948

MALAGUENA Alto AL 702

Tadd Dameron Trio: Tadd Dameron, p; Curley Russell, b; Kenny Clarke, d.
Broadcast, The Royal Roost - New York, October 2 and 9, 1948

WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE? Alto AL 702
SEPTEMBER IN THE RAIN Alto AL 702

Abbey Brown and his Cool Cats: Benny Lagasse, cl, as; Bob Dukoff, ts; Hymie Fiddleman, p; Unknown, b; Abbey Brown, d.
Los Angeles, September 11, 1949

JAMAICA MON Gem 8
DON’T KICK IT AROUND Gem 7
SO MUCH OF NOTHING TO DO Gem 8
POOR SIMPLE SIMON Gem 7

Paul Jordan and his Orchestra: John Carroll, tp; Boyd Roland, ts; Paul Jordan, p; George Barnes, g; Mel Schmidt, b; Frank Rullo, d.
Chicago, January 5, 1940

BLUES FOR BOJANGLES London 616
YOUR EYES ARE BIGGER THAN YOUR HEART London 616

Jack Pleis and his Orchestra: Art Depew, Doc Severinsen, Charlie Shavers, tp; George Arus, Will Bradley, Phil Giardina, tb; Al Klink, Hymie Schertzer, as; Babe Fresk, Boomie Richman, ts; Sol Schlinger, bs; Teddy Wilson, p; Bill Mure, Bob Carter, b; Buzzy Drootin, d.
New York, October 26, 1950

TENNESSEE WALTZ London 867
YEA BOO London 879
SOMETHING I DREAMED LAST NIGHT London 867
IF I COULD STEAL YOU FROM SOMEBODY ELSE London 879

Ben Homer and his Orchestra: Jack Hanson, Carl Poole, Al Stewart, tp; Will Bradley, Cutty Cutshall, tb; Hymie Schertzer,  Al Klink, as; Art Drellinger, ts; Artie Baker, bs; Jack Pleis, p; Al Valiente, g; Bob Carter, b; Johnny Blowers, d.
New York, December 27, 1950

50690 ONCE THERE LIVED A FOOL London 958
50691 I apologiSe London 964
50692 YOU TOOK ADVANTAGE OF ME London 964
50693 LOVESICK BLUES London 958
50694 BLACK MOONLIGHT Baldwyn Street Music BJH 302

Compiled and produced for release by Joop Visser

Digital remastering by Peter Rynston at Tall Order Studios

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