|A1||How High The Moon|
|A2||Dear Old Stockholm|
|A3||Body And Soul|
|B1||Reets And I|
|B4||I Can't Get Started|
|R-6098||Bud Powell||Bud Powell In Paris (LP, Album, Mono)||Reprise Records||R-6098||US||1963|
|WPCR-13188||Bud Powell||Bud Powell In Paris (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||Reprise Records||WPCR-13188||Japan||2008|
|P-6123R, R-6098||Bud Powell||Bud Powell In Paris (LP, Album)||Reprise Records, Reprise Records||P-6123R, R-6098||Japan||Unknown|
|9362-45817-2||Bud Powell||Bud Powell In Paris (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Reprise Records, Warner Archives||9362-45817-2||Europe||1995|
|WPCR-27104||Bud Powell||Bud Powell In Paris (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Reprise Records||WPCR-27104||Japan||2013|
Bud Powell in Paris is a studio album by jazz pianist Bud Powell, recorded in Paris for Reprise in February 1963 and released in 1964. It was produced by Duke Ellington. Alternates and outtakes from the session were released by Mythic Sound on Earl Bud Powell, Vol. 6: Writin' for Duke, 63. "How High the Moon" (Morgan Lewis, Nancy Hamilton) – 3:54. Dear Old Stockholm" (traditional) – 3:53. Body and Soul" (Johnny Green, Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, Frank Eyton) – 6:05. Jor-Du" (Duke Jordan) – 4:18.
Bud Powell In Paris (CD, Album, RE). Reprise Records, Warner Archives. Bud Powell - Satin Doll 4:46. Bud Powell - Little Bennie (Crazeology) 3:33. Bud Powell-Jor-Du 4:19.
Bud in Paris is an album by jazz pianist Bud Powell, originally released on Xanadu Records in 1975, containing non-studio recordings made of Powell in Paris between December 1959 and October 1960. It is not to be confused with the 1964 Reprise recording, Bud Powell in Paris. The first session on the disc (tracks 1-2), from 14 February 1960, is a duet between Powell and Johnny Griffin on tenor. The next session (tracks 3-6), from 12 December 1959, features Barney Wilen on tenor with Powell, Pierre Michelot (bass), and Kenny Clarke (drums).
Dear Old Stockholm, 03:52. Body and Soul, 06:05.
This is the cover art for the album Bud Powell in Paris by the artist Bud Powell. Low resolution copy of album cover of Bud Powell in Paris, by Reprise Records, 1964, taken from Jazz Premium. The entire cover: because the image is cover art, a form of product packaging, the entire image is needed to identify the product, properly convey the meaning and branding intended, and avoid tarnishing or misrepresenting the image.
TITLE "Bud Powell in Paris" PERFORMER "Bud Powell" CATALOG 4943674084364 REM GENRE "Jazz" REM DATE "1963" REM DISCID 890BA80B REM REPLAYGAIN ALBUM GAIN -. 8 dB REM REPLAYGAIN ALBUM PEAK . 99969 FILE "01 - How High the Moon. I Can't Get Started" ISRC USRE10101863 REM REPLAYGAIN TRACK GAIN -. 3 dB REM REPLAYGAIN TRACK PEAK . 33716 INDEX 00 01:55:35 FILE "08 - I Can't Get Started. flac" WAVE INDEX 01 00:00:00 TRACK 09 AUDIO TITLE "Little Benny" ISRC USRE10101864 REM REPLAYGAIN TRACK GAIN -. 9 dB REM REPLAYGAIN TRACK PEAK . 76929 INDEX.
Pianist Bud Powell's move to France in 1959 helped revive his career, getting him away from the pressures and temptations of New York and probably lengthening his life by a few years. This Xanadu LP features some privately recorded performances with his trio (which includes bassist Pierre Michelot and drummer Kenny Clarke), a pair of heated duets ("Idaho" and "Perdido") with tenor great Johnny Griffin and four quartets with the tenor of Barney Wilen (along with Michelot and Clarke).