||Songs of Johnny Mercer CD (1981)
Ron Rubin music CDs For her second recording and first U.S. release, singer Susannah McCorkle performs 14 songs fortunate enough to have the delightful lyrics of Johnny Mercer. Whether it be the Dixielandish "At the Jazz Band Ball," "Blues in the Night," the touching "Skylark," a "Dream" medley, "One for My Baby" or the novelty "Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing in a Hurry," McCorkle does full justice to the words she sings. Recorded in London in 1977, the date finds McCorkle joined by such fine English musicians as pianist Keith Ingham, bassist Ron Rubin, drummer Derek Hogg, the tenors of Danny Moss and Duncan Lamont, and the excellent trumpeter Digby Fairweather. ~ Scott Yanow
Originally recorded in London, England in 1977.
Personnel: Susannah McCorkle (vocals); Danny Moss (tenor saxophone, clarinet); Duncan Lamont (tenor saxophone, flute); Digby Fairweather (trumpet, cornet); Keith Ingham (piano); Ron Rubin (bass); Derek Hogg (drums).
||Oh, Baby! CD (2001) |
Ron Rubin CD discography Alex Welsh, Roy Crimmins, Al Gay, Fred Hunt, Jim Douglas, Roger Nobes, Ron Rubin, Denny Wright, Laurie Chescoe, Pete Skivington. The last broadcasts of this very special band leader. BBC Broadcast 1979 - Tracks 1 to 5. BBC Broadcast 1981 - Tracks 6 to 10.
Audio Remasterer: Ted Kendall.
Liner Note Author: Mike Pointon.
Personnel includes: Alex Crimmins, Al Gay, Fred Hunt, Jim Douglas, Roger Nobes, Ron Rubin, Denny Wright, Laurie Chescoe, Pete Skivington.
Personnel: Alex Welsh (vocals, trumpet); Jim Douglas (guitar, drums); Denny Wright (guitar); Al Gay (clarinet, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Roy Crimmins (trombone); Fred Hunt (piano); Roger Nobes (vibraphone, drums); Laurie Chescoe (drums).
||Pendulum CD (1965) |
Ron Rubin albums 2007 digitally remastered edition from original tapes at the legendary Lansdowne Studios where it was recorded, it comes complete with detailed historical sleevenotes and some previously-unseen photographs, making it a must for all fans of British jazz.
Recording information: 10/1965.
Personnel: Mike Taylor (vocals, guitar, piano); Dave Tomlin (soprano saxophone); Ron Rubin (double bass); Jon Hiseman (drums).
Liner Note Authors: Steve Ingless; Ron Rubin ; Richard Morton Jack.