Recording Sessions Supervised or Produced by Teddy Charles

Prestige/New Jazz/Status:

2-20-53: Teddy Charles’ West Coasters (Wardell Gray Memorial Album), Prestige PR 7343

8-21-53: New Directions Vol. 3/Collaboration West (Teddy Charles), Prestige PR 7028

8-31-53: New Directions Vol. 4/Evolution (Teddy Charles), Prestige PR 7078

1-26-57: Three Trumpets (Donald Byrd, Art Farmer, Idrees Sulieman), Prestige PR 7092

In Ruppli’s Prestige discography, Bob Weinstock is credited as supervisor, but the album jackets indicate Teddy Charles in this role.

2-9-57: Four Altos (Phil Woods, Sahib Shihab, Gene Quill, Hal Stein), Prestige PR 7116

In Ruppli’s Prestige discography, Bob Weinstock is credited as supervisor, but the album jackets indicate Teddy Charles in this role.

2-16-57: Olio (Teddy Charles, Thad Jones, Frank Wess, Mal Waldron), Prestige PR 7084

3-5-57: Two Guitars (Kenny Burrell, Jimmy Raney), Prestige PR 7119

In Ruppli’s Prestige discography, Bob Weinstock is credited as supervisor, but the album jackets indicate Teddy Charles in this role.

4-14-57: Coolin’ (Teddy Charles, Idrees Sulieman, John Jenkins, Mal Waldron ), New Jazz 8216

4-20-57: Dakar (John Coltrane), Prestige PR 7280

4-27-57: Teo Macero & the Prestige Jazz Quartet, Prestige PR 7104

5-14-57: Curtis Fuller with Red Garland, New Jazz 8277

5-18-57: Curtis Fuller & Hampton Hawes with French Horns, Status 8305

6-22,28-57: The Prestige Jazz Quartet, Prestige PR 7108

Bethlehem:

10-57: The Amazing Mr. Sam Most, Bethlehem BCP 78

?-58: Free Style (Australian Jazz Quintet), Bethlehem BCP 6029

?-58: Three Penny Opera (Australian Jazz Quintet), Bethlehem BCP 6030

?-58: A Salute To Hamp (Teddy Charles), Bethlehem BCP 6032

2-24-59: Left Alone (Mal Waldron), Bethlehem BCP 6045

?-59: The Soft Land of Make Believe (Frank Minion), Bethlehem BCP 6052

11-21-59: Teddy Charles On Campus, Bethlehem BCP 6044

4-2-60: Charlie Persip and the Jazz Statesmen, Bethlehem BCP 6046

4-6-60: Book Cooks (Booker Ervin), Bethlehem BCP 6048

4-13-60: Dual Piano Jazz (Dave McKenna, Hall Overton), Bethlehem BCP 6049

5-3-60: Leroy Parkins and His Yazoo River Band, Bethlehem BCP 6047

6-7-60: Down Home (Zoot Sims), Bethlehem BCP 6051

6-10-60: The Many Angles of John Letman (John Letman), Bethlehem BCP 6053

6-13-60: Dusty Blue (Howard McGhee), Bethlehem BCP 6055

6-16-60: George Wein and the Storyville Sextet, Bethlehem BCP 6050

?-60: In a Tender Mood (Betty Blake), Bethlehem BCP 6058

12-60: Hornful of Soul (Bennie Green), Bethlehem BCP 6054

?-61: Booker Little and Friend, Bethlehem BCP 6061

?-61: Tenor Sax (Harold Ousley), Bethlehem BCP 6059

Warwick

?-60: The Soul of Jazz Percussion (Various Artists), Warwick W5003

?-60: The Biggest Voice in Jazz (Nat Wright), Warwick W2040

8-25-60: Jazz in the Garden at the Museum of Modern Art (Teddy Charles), Warwick W2033

12-60: Boss of the Soul-Stream Trombone (Curtis Fuller), Warwick W2038

?-61: Out of this World (Donald Byrd-Pepper Adams), Warwick W2041

Other Labels:

3-58: Detour To the Moon (Mary Ann McCall), Jubilee JLP 1078

4-23-63, 5-6-63: Russia Goes Jazz (Teddy Charles), United Artists UAL 3365

9-9,12-63: Pepper Adams Plays the Compositions of Charles Mingus, Workshop Jazz 219

5-11,12-64: Two Jims and a Zoot (Jimmy Raney), Mainstream S6013