Charles Lawrence Persip (July 26, 1929 – August 23, 2020), known as Charli Persip and formerly as Charlie Persip (he changed the spelling of his name to Charli in the late 1960s), was an American jazz drummer.
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Recordings (Results 1-25 of 46 records)
|Company||Matrix No.||Size||First Recording Date||Title||Primary Performer||Description||Role||Audio|
|Decca||104005||1/13/1958||Save your love for me-1||Joe Newman Quartet||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||104006||1/13/1958||The farmer's daughter||Joe Newman Quartet||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||104007||1/13/1958||Three little words||Joe Newman Quartet||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||104008||1/15/1958||Too marvelous for words||Joe Newman Quartet||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||104009||1/15/1958||Scotty||Joe Newman Quartet||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||104010||1/15/1958||Makin' whoopee||Joe Newman Quartet||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||104011||1/15/1958||Rosetta||Joe Newman Quartet||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||104012||1/17/1958||Organ grinder's swing||Joe Newman Quartet||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||104013||1/17/1958||I let a song go out||Joe Newman Quartet||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||104014||1/17/1958||There's a small hotel||Joe Newman Quartet||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||104015||1/17/1958||Moonglow||Joe Newman Quartet||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||104642||4/7/1958||Stratusphunk||Hal McKusick Sextet||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||104643||4/7/1958||The end of a love affair||Hal McKusick Sextet||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||104644||4/7/1958||You're my thrill||Hal McKusick Sextet||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||104645||4/7/1958||[Unknown title(s)]||Hal McKusick Sextet||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||105626||9/12/1958||Manhattan||George Russell Orchestra||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||105629||3/24/1959||Big city blues||George Russell Orchestra||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||106127||3/24/1959||East side medley: Autumn in New York ; How about you||George Russell Orchestra||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||106641||2/20/1959||My old flame||Mary Ann McCall||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||106642||2/20/1959||My melancholy baby||Mary Ann McCall||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||106643||2/20/1959||Trouble is a man||Mary Ann McCall||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||106644||2/20/1959||Melancholy mood||Mary Ann McCall||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||106711||3/2/1959||Blue and sentimental||Mary Ann McCall||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||106712||3/2/1959||The thrill is gone||Mary Ann McCall||instrumentalist, drums|
|Decca||106713||3/2/1959||Melancholy nights||Mary Ann McCall||instrumentalist, drums|
Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Persip, Charlie," accessed December 8, 2023, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/337314.
Persip, Charlie. (2023). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved December 8, 2023, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/337314.
"Persip, Charlie." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2023. Web. 8 December 2023.
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