Stand By For is a cool jazz music album recording by JACK SHELDON released in 1983 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. stand by for LP Concord Jazz. Jack Sheldon Quartet - Stand By For LP Concord Jazz Ray Brown Ultrasonic VG++/NM. Jack Sheldon Quartet- Stand By For- Concord Jazz 229- NM-/EX Bop Swing. Stand by for THE JACK SHELDON QUARTET (Ray Brown) - Concord CJ-229 SEALED.
Musicians: Acoustic Bass – Ray Brown Drums – Jake Hanna Piano – Ross Tompkins Trumpet, Vocals – Jack Sheldon. Atlantis - Keep On Movin' And Groovin' (1982).
Album · 1955 · 19 Songs. There's No One Like Nomo!
Jack Sheldon (born November 30, 1931) is an American bebop and West Coast jazz trumpeter, singer, and actor. He is a trumpet player and was a comedian on The Merv Griffin Show, as well as the voice heard on several episodes of the educational music television series Schoolhouse Rock! Biography. In the 1964–1965 season, Sheldon was a costar with Cara Williams and Frank Aletter on the CBS situation comedy, The Cara Williams Show in which Williams and Aletter played a secretly married couple trying to keep their union quiet because their employer forbade a husband and wife from both working for the company.
Musicians: Acoustic Bass - Ray Brown Drums - Jake Hanna Piano - Ross Tompkins Trumpet, Vocals - Jack Sheldon. Charles Lloyd Quartet - A Night In Copenhagen (1983) 320 kbps. The Joe McQueen Quartet - The Legendary Joe McQueen Quartet (2014).
The JACK Quartet is an American string quartet dedicated to the performance of contemporary classical music. It was founded in 2005 and is based in New York City. The four founding members are violinists Christopher Otto and Ari Streisfeld, violist John Pickford Richards, and cellist Kevin McFarland. In 2016, violinist Austin Wulliman and cellist Jay Campbell joined the quartet, replacing Streisfeld and McFarland.
Tom Waits' 1977 album Foreign Affairs includes Sheldon playing trumpet on several cuts, including the solo at the end of "Burma Shave. In the 1964–1965 season, Sheldon starred with Cara Williams and Frank Aletter on the CBS situation comedy, The Cara Williams Show in which Williams and Aletter played a married couple trying to keep their marriage a secret because their employer forbade husband and wife from working together. 1954 The Quartet and the Quintet (Jazz West). 1957 Jack Sheldon and His All Star Band (GNP Crescendo). 1957 Jack's Groove (GNP). 1980 Angel Wings (Atlas). 1980 Playin' It Straight (Real Time). 1983 Stand by for Jack Sheldon (Concord Jazz). 1984 Blues in the Night (Phontastic). 1986 Playing for Change (Uptown) - released 1997.
|A1||I Love You||4:02|
|A4||Don't Get Around Much Anymore||3:14|
|A5||Bye Bye Blackbird||4:01|
|B1||I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You||4:13|
|B2||Shadow Of Your Smile||2:17|
|B3||Get Out Of Town / Ours||4:15|
|B5||The Very Thought Of You||7:25|
- Recorded At – Ocean Way Recording
- Remixed At – PER
- Acoustic Bass – Ray Brown
- Art Direction – Dick Hendler
- Drums – Jake Hanna
- Engineer [Recording] – Allen Sides
- Mastered By – George Horn
- Photography [Cover] – Bruce Burr
- Piano – Ross Tompkins
- Remix, Edited By – Phil Edwards
- Trumpet, Vocals – Jack Sheldon