Art Farmer (instrumentalist : trumpet)

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CompanyMatrix No.SizeFirst Recording DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription 
Decca 101538 2/4/1957 This time the dream's on me Art Farmer Quintet ; Hal McKusick  
Decca 101539 2/4/1957 Isn't it romantic? Art Farmer Quintet ; Hal McKusick  
Decca 101540 2/4/1957 Alone together Art Farmer Quintet ; Hal McKusick  
Decca 101541 2/4/1957 That old devil moon Art Farmer Quintet ; Hal McKusick  
Decca 101542 2/5/1957 Criss cross Art Farmer Quintet ; Hal McKusick  
Decca 101543 2/5/1957 For Art's sake Art Farmer Quintet ; Hal McKusick  
Decca 101544 2/5/1957 Down and dirty Art Farmer Quintet ; Hal McKusick  
Decca 101545 2/5/1957 Gone with the wind Art Farmer Quintet ; Hal McKusick  
Decca 101546 2/6/1957 When your lover has gone Art Farmer Quintet ; Hal McKusick  
Decca 101547 2/6/1957 Makin' whoopee Art Farmer Quintet ; Hal McKusick  
Decca 101548 2/6/1957 Ponsu Art Farmer Quintet ; Hal McKusick  
Decca 101549 2/6/1957 This time the dream's on me Art Farmer Quintet ; Hal McKusick  
Decca 101595 2/7/1957 Curtain call Joe Holiday  
Decca 101596 2/7/1957 Mimi the champ Joe Holiday  
Decca 101597 2/7/1957 Hello to you Joe Holiday  
Decca 101598 2/7/1957 Winter snow Joe Holiday  
Decca 101599 2/7/1957 Skeetie Joe Holiday  
Decca 101600 2/7/1957 Dorothy's little shadow Joe Holiday  
Decca 102148 4/2/1957 My sweetie went away Manny Albam and the Jazz Greats of our Time  
Decca 102149 4/2/1957 Am I blue? Manny Albam and the Jazz Greats of our Time  
Decca 102150 4/3/1957 See here Miss Bromley Manny Albam and the Jazz Greats of our Time  
Decca 102151 4/3/1957 Poor Dr. Millmoss Manny Albam and the Jazz Greats of our Time  
Decca 102152 4/3/1957 All too soon Manny Albam and the Jazz Greats of our Time  
Decca 102153 4/4/1957 Minor matters Manny Albam and the Jazz Greats of our Time  
Decca 102154 4/4/1957 Latined fractured Manny Albam and the Jazz Greats of our Time  
Decca 102155 4/4/1957 Blues from Neither Coast Manny Albam and the Jazz Greats of our Time  
Decca 103198 9/16/1957 The blues is everybody's business, part 2 Manny Albam Orchestra  
Decca 103281 9/16/1957 Blues bridge Manny Albam Orchestra  
Decca 103282 9/16/1957 The blues is everybody's business, part 3 Manny Albam Orchestra  
Decca 104634 3/25/1958 Sing song Hal McKusick Quintet  
Decca 104635 3/25/1958 It never entered my mind Hal McKusick Quintet  
Decca 104636 3/25/1958 Yesterdays Hal McKusick Quintet  
Decca 104637 3/25/1958 A touch of Spring Hal McKusick Quintet  
Decca 104642 4/7/1958 Stratusphunk Hal McKusick Sextet  
Decca 104643 4/7/1958 The end of a love affair Hal McKusick Sextet  
Decca 104644 4/7/1958 You're my thrill Hal McKusick Sextet  
Decca 104645 4/7/1958 [Unknown title(s)] Hal McKusick Sextet  
Decca 105626 9/12/1958 Manhattan George Russell Orchestra  
Decca 105627 11/24/1958 A helluva town George Russell Orchestra  
Decca 105628 11/24/1958 Manhattan-Rico George Russell Orchestra  
Decca 105629 3/24/1959 Big city blues George Russell Orchestra  
Decca 106127 3/24/1959 East side medley: Autumn in New York ; How about you George Russell Orchestra  

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Art Farmer (instrumentalist : trumpet)," accessed August 24, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/154985/Farmer_Art_instrumentalist_trumpet.

Art Farmer (instrumentalist : trumpet). (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved August 24, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/154985/Farmer_Art_instrumentalist_trumpet.

"Art Farmer (instrumentalist : trumpet)." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 24 August 2019.

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