|Don't Be That Way||8:40|
|Jumpin' At The Woodside||10:36|
|Blue And Sentimental||6:30|
|88 031, S 88031||Buck Clayton||The Golden Days Of Jazz (2xLP, Comp)||CBS, CBS||88 031, S 88031||Germany||1974|
|88 031||Buck Clayton||The Golden Days Of Jazz (2xLP, Comp)||CBS||88 031||Netherlands||1974|
|JC2L 614||Buck Clayton||The Golden Days Of Jazz (Swingin' Buck Clayton Jams Count Basie & Benny Goodman) (2xLP, Comp)||Columbia Special Products||JC2L 614||US||1978|
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Discography of Buck Clayton.
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Trumpeter and bandleader Buck Clayton was a mainstay of the '30s and '40s big band. Following that, Clayton led every stripe of band for the next 40 years. In the late 1980s, when age prevented Clayton to play his trumpet, he turned his attention to composition and arrangement for a big band. In 1990, Clayton brought his big band to the Village Vanguard for a recital of his compositions, some written only recently before the show. This music was originally released in 1997 on Nagel Heyer as Buck Clayton Live From Greenwich Village, NYC (Nagel Heyer 030). Swing presented the contemporary Buck Clayton Songbook. Contemporary talents like Byron Stripling and James Chirillo and veterans like Frank Wess, Warren Vaché and Joe Temperley present Clayton's vision succinctly. As a group, these songs contain easily all of Swing history.
Clayton later made another European visit with a Newport Jazz Festival tour. He joined Eddie Condon's band in 1959, a year after appearing in the film Jazz on a Summer's Day. Clayton toured Japan and Australia with Condon's group in 1964, and continued to revisit Europe throughout the '60s, often with Humphrey Lyttelton's band, while playing festivals across the country. But lip and health problems virtually ended his playing career in the late '60s. He provided arrangements and compositions for a 1974 Lyttleton and Buddy Tate album, and did more jam session albums for Chiaroscuro in 1974 and 1975. He also became an educator, teaching at Hunter College in the early '80s. Clayton led a group of Basie sidemen on a European tour in 1983, then headed his own big band in 1987 that played almost exclusively his compositions and arrangements.
The Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra is a big band led by Jeff Hamilton and brothers John Clayton and Jeff Clayton. The band was founded in Los Angeles in 1985. On the album The L. A. Treasures Project (Capri, 2014): John Clayton: arco bass. Jeff Clayton: alto saxophone. Jeff Hamilton: drums. Bijon Watson: trumpet. Gilbert Castellanos: trumpet. Brian Swartz: trumpet. Jamie Hovorka: trumpet. George Bohanon: trombone. Ryan Porter: trombone. Maurice Spears: trombone.