Here’s a great compilation album that contains three separate recordings, all featuring pianist Henri Renaud and from the Vogue Record Label. I purchased it through Amazon, check here.
There are 19 songs altogether, here’s the breakdown:
Tracks 1-6 (The Roy Haynes Sextet): Tracks 1 to 5 recorded in Paris on October 26, 1954
Track 6 recorded in Paris on October 28, 1954. One could get this album (Roy Haynes Modern Group) separately. It features Baritone Saxophone – Jay Cameron, Bass – Joe Benjamin, Drums – Roy Haynes, Guitar – Jimmy Gourley, Piano – Henri Renaud and on Tenor Saxophone – Barney Wilen. More on this album here.
Tracks 7-13 (The Rene Thomas Quintette): Recorded in Paris on May 5, 1954. Only the first seven tracks appear on this CD, you don’t get it all, sorry. You can get the whole album here (MP3, Euro). This album features, Bass – Jean-Marie Ingrand, Drums – Jean-Louis Viale, Guitar – René Thomas, Piano – Henri Renaud, Trumpet – Buzz Gardner
Tracks 14-19 (Frank Foster Quartet): Recorded in Paris on April 4, 1954, here’s more on the album. The album features Frank Foster -Tenor, Henri Renaud – Piano, Jean-Louis Viale – Drums, Jean-Marie Ingrand – Bass.
Here are Liner Notes from the CD, translated into English:
By the way, if you are interested in purchasing the “Jazz On Vogue The Perfect Collection: 35 Original Albums,” check over here.