A. –Don Byas Quintet. Lyrics By – Hamilton Written-By – Lewis. B. –Charlie Parker's Ri Bop Boys. Ko Ko. Written-By – Chas. Ko-Ko" - recorded at WOR Studios, Broadway, New York City, November 26, 1945 S5853-2. Released on Savoy 900 Series - "Purple Note, Be Bop Label". Other (Side A - Printed On Label): Sav-5846.
Charlie Parker's Ri Bop Boys (Sic). Chu Berry & His Stompy Stevedores. Don Byas, The Don Byas - Slam Stewart Duo - Indiana 05:16. Dodo Marmarosa, The Howard Mcghee Sextet - Groovin' High 06:53. Harlem - Duke Ellington & His Orchestra.
Charlie Parker's Ri Bop Boys – Ko Ko. "Ko Ko" was recorded on November 26, 1945, at WOR studios in New York City. Ko Ko" was issued and reissued many times over the years. The original release was as the B-side coupled with Don Byas ' rendition of How High the Moon on the a 78 rpm Savoy 597. This record was reissued as Savoy 916, the Savoy 900 series being dedicated to Bebop. The original release was as the B-side coupled with Don Byas' rendition of How High the Moon on the a 78 rpm Savoy 597.
Redirected from Koko (Parker)). Ko Ko" is a 1945 bebop recording composed by Charlie Parker. The original recorded version features Parker on alto saxophone with trumpeter Miles Davis, double bassist Curley Russell and drummer Max Roach. Due to the absence of Bud Powell, Dizzy Gillespie was enlisted to play piano, instead of his usual trumpet. Pianist Sadik Hakim, then known as Argonne Thornton, was also known to be present at the session.