TONY WILLIAMS DISCOGRAPHY
With drum solo discography included

 

Drum Solo Discography 2

27.  March 8, 1965/May 8, 1964 - Chales Lloyd - Of Course, Of Course

  1.  Of Course, Of Course    4:45
  2.  The Song My Lady Sings    2:29
  3.  The Best Thing for You    5:15
  4.  The Things We Did Last Summer    6:06
  5.  Apex    3:56
  5.  One for Joan    5:05   
0:53

  7.  Goin' to Memphis    3:13
  8.  Voice in the Night    6:43
  9.  Third Floor Richard    6:14
10.  East of the Sun - (bonus)    4:53
11.  Island Blues    3:23*
12.  Sun Dance    3:32* 
Tracks 2,3,4,7 and 10 were recorded on May 8, 1964.
Tracks 1,5,6,8, and 9 were recorded on October 15, 1965. 
  

Charle Lloyd - Flute, Alto & Tenor Saxophone
Gabor Szabo - Guitar
Ron Carter - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums

Tracks 11 and 12*
Charle Lloyd - Tenor Saxophone
Gabor Sxabo - Guitar
Robbie Robertson - Guitar (track 12)
Albert Stinson - Bass
Pete La Roca - Drums


28.  July 4, 1966 & July 2, 1967-November 1, 1967 - Miles Davis Quitntet Live at Newport (and Helsinkie)

July 4, 1966
1.  Introduction into Gingerbread Boy    8:36
2.  All Blues   10:29
3.  Stella By Starlight (incomplete)    6:59
July 6, 1967
4.  Gingerbread Boy    8:42
5.  Footprints    7:55
6.  'Round Midnight (incomplete) 
   4:06
November 1, 1967
7.  Introduction inot Footprints    10:20
8.  'Round Midnight    5:15
Tracks 7 and 8 recorded from the Yleisradio radio broadcast, Kultuuritalo,
Helsinkie, Finland.
(No drum solos.)

Miles Davis - Trumpet
Wayne Shorter - Tenor Saxophone
Herbie Hancock - Piano
Ron Carter - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums

29.  October 24 - 25, 1966 - Miles Davis Quintet - Miles Smiles

1.   Orbits    4:35
2.  Circle  
  5:52
3.  Footprints    9:44
4.  Dolores    6:20
5.  Freedom Jazz Dance    7:11
6.  Gingerbread Boy    7:40
(No drum solos.)

Miles Davis - Trumpet

Wayne Shorter - Tenor Saxophone
MHerbie Hancock - Piano
Ron Carter - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums 

30.  May 16 - 17 - 24, 1967 - Miles Davis Quintet - Sorcerer

 1.  Prince of Darkness (May 24)    6:27
2.  Pee Wee (May 24)    4:49
3.  Masqualero (May 17)    8:53
4.  The Sorcerer (May 17)    5:10
5.  Limbo (May  16)    7:13
6.  Vonetta (May 16)    5:36 
7.  Nothing Like You* (August 22, 1962)    1:58
8.  Masqualero (Alt. Take) (May 17)    7:30
9.  Limbo (Alt. Take) (May 9)    5:31
Tracks 1 - 6 are the original cd.   Track 7* was recorded in 1962
and was the first time Davis and Shorter recorded together.
(No drum solos.)

Tracks 1 - 6 and 8
Miles Davis - Trumpet
Wayne Shorter - Tenor Saxophone
Herbie Hancock - Piano
Ron Carter - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums
Track 9
Buster Williams - Bass
Track 7
*
Miles Davis - Trumpet
Wayne Shorter - Tenor Saxophone
Bob Dorough - Vocal
Frank Rehak - Trombone
Paul Chambers - Bass
Jimmy Cobb - Drums
Willie Bobo - Bongos
   

31.  June  7, 22, 23 - July 19, 1967 - Miles Davis Quintet - Nefertiti

  1.  Nefertiti    7:52
  2.  Fall    6:39
  3.  Hand Jive    8:58
  4.  Madness    7:34
  5.  Riot    3:04
  6.  Pinocchio    5:08
  7.  Hand Jive (Alt. Take)   6:52
  8.  Hand Jive (Alt. Take)    8:16
  9.  Madness (Alt. Take)    6:46
10.  Pinocchio (Alt. Take)    5:11
Track 1 recorded 6/7/67,   track 2, 5, 6 recorded 7/19/67,  
track 3 recorded 6/23/67,   track 4 recorded 6/22/67 
(No drum solos.)

Miles Davis - Trumpet
Wayne Shorter - Tenor Saxophone
Herbie Hancock - Piano
Ron Carter - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums


32.  June - 1967, November - 1968 - Miles Davis - Water Babies

1.  Water Babies (June 7)    5:06
2.  Capricorn (June 13)   8:27
3.  Sweet Pea (June 23)    7:59
4.  Two Faced* (November 11)    18:01
5.  Dual Mr. Anthony Tillmon Williams Process* (November 11)   13:18
6.  Splash* (Bonus) (November 12)    10:05
(No drum solos.)

Miles Davis Quintet
Miles Davis - Trumpet
Wayne Shorter - Tenor Saxophone
Herbie Hancock - Piano
Ron Carter - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums

Replacements for the November recordings*
Chic Corea - Piano
Dave Holland - Bass


33.  October 28, 1967 - Miles Davis Quintet - Antwerp Blues

1.  Agitation    5:32
2.  Footprints    9:45
3.  'Round Midnight    7:35

4.  No Blues    11:28   
0:50

5.  Riot    3:34
6.  On Green Dolphin Street    8:09  
7.  Masqualero   8:58  
8.  Gingerbread Boy    6:02
9.  The Theme    1:23

Recorded on October 28, 1967 at the Konigin Elizabethzaal Jazz Festival,
Antwerp, Belgium by Belgian Radio and Television.
This cd is also out as "Masqualero",  and
it's cd 1 on the
"Miles Davis - Live in Europe - The Bootleg Series Vol. 1"
.

Miles Davis - Trumpet
Wayne Shorter - Tenor Saxophone
Herbie Hancock - Piano
Ron Carter - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums


 34.   November 2, 1967/ November 6, 1967 - Miles Davis Quintet Bootleg Series Vol. 1 - CD 2
1.  Agitation    6:15
2.  Footprints    9:01
3.  Round Midnight    7:16
4.  No Blues    14:41    
 1:30

5.  Masqualaro    10:01
6.  Agitation*    6:36
7.  Footprints   10:36
Tracks 1-5 recorded at Tivolis Koncertsal, Copanhagen, Denmark on November 6.
Tracks 6* and 7* recorded at the Paris Jazz Festival - Salle Pleyel, Paris, France 
on November 6, 1967 but not included in the "No Blues" cd (Vol. 3 of the Bootleg Series Vol. 1).  
 
Miles Davis - Trumpet
Wayne Shorter - Tenor Sax
Herbie Hancock - Piano
Ron Carter - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums


35.   November 6, 1967 - Miles Davis Quintet - No Blues

1.  'Round Midnight    8:05
2.  No Blues    13:01   
1:16

3
.  Mascalero    10:41
4:  I Fall in Love Everyday    7:54  
5.  Riot    6:07
6.  Walkin'    9:10   
1:22

7.  Green Dolphin Street    16:40
8.  the Theme    0:46

Recorded and broadcast on November 6, 1967 at the Paris Jazz Festival,
Salle Pleyel, Paris, France. 
Note: 
This cd is also cd 3 of  the  "Miles Davis - Live in Europe - The Bootleg Series Vol. 1".
The song times are different because the band didn't stop between some songs, and different
cds have different times depending how they divided up the songs. 
    
Miles Davis - Trumpet
Wayne Shorter - Tenor Saxophone
Herbie Hancock - Piano
Ron Carter - Bass
Tony williams - Drums


36.  January 16 - May 15 - 16 - 17, 1968 Miles Davis Quintet - Miles in the Sky

1.  Stuff    16:58
2.  Paraphernalia    12:38
3.  Black Comedy    7:25
4.  Country Son    13:49
5.  Black Comedy (Alt. Take)    6:23
6.  Country Son (Alt. Take)    14:38
Track 1 - recorded on May 17.
Track 2 - recorded on January 16.
Tracks 3 and 5 recorded on May 16.
Tracks 4 and 6 recorded on May 15.

 (No drum solos.)

Miles Davis - Trumpet
Wayne Shorter - Tenor Saxophone
George Benson - Guitar - (Track 2)

Ron Carter - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums

37.  June 19 - 20 - 21, September 24, 1968 - Miles Davis - Filles De Kilimanjaro

1.  Frelon Brun (Brown Hornet) - September 24*     5:36
2.  Tout De Suite - June 20    14:04
3.  Pitits Machins (Little Stuff) - June 19    8:07
4.  Filles De Kilimanjaro (Girls of Kilimanjaro) - June 21    12:00
5.  Mademoiselle Mabry (Miss Mabry) - September 24   16:32
6.  Tout De Suite (Alt. Take) - June 20   14:37
Note:  This was the quintet's last album.
(No drum solos.)

Miles Davis Quintet
Miles Davis - Trumpet
Wayne Shorter - Tenor Saxophone
Herbie Hancock - Piano
Ron Carter - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums

September 24*
Miles Davis - Trumpet
Wanyne Shorter - Tenor Saxophone
Chick Corea - Piano
Dave Holland - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums


38.  February 18, 1969 - Miles Davis - In a Silent Way

1
.  Shhh/Peaceful    18:16
     Shhh - 6:14
     Peaceful - 5:42
     Shhh - 6:20
2.  In a Silent Way/It's About That Time
     In a Silent Way - 4:11
     It's About That Time - 11:27
     In a Silent Way - 4:14

Note:  The "In a Silent Way Sessions" will be included on
the compilation list. 
(No drum solos.)

Miles Davis - Trumpet
Wayne Shorter - Soprano Saxophone
John McLaughlin - Guitar
Herbie Hancock - piano
Chick Corea - piano
Joe Zawinul - organ
Dave Holland - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums

39.  May 26 and 28, 1969 - The Tony Williams Lifetime - Emergency 

1.  Emergency    9:41
2.  Beyond Games    8:24
3.  Where    12:18
4.  Vashkar    5:03
5.  Via the Spectrum Road    7:56
6.  Spectrum    9:58
7.  Sangria for Three    13:19
8.  Something Spiritual    5:32

Note:  Originally realeased as a doulble LP.
Tracks 1 - 4 as Vol. 1 and tracks 5 - 6 as Vol. 2.
(No drum solos.)

Tony Williams - Drums
John McLaughlin - Guitar
Larry Young - Hammond B-3 Organ

40.  November - 1969 - The Tony Williams Lifetime - New York

1.  To Whom it May Concern    6:57
2.  Emergency    12:21   
0:53

3.  Unknown Title    7:09
4.  A Famous Blues    6:53
5.  Something Spiritual    5:28   
3:10

This is a bootleg.
Tracks 1 and 2 are from a New Youk radio broadcast - Late Novemember.
Tracks 3 - 5 are special recordings for the radio show in New York done 
October - November all to promote "Emergency".

Tony Williams - Drums
John Mclaughlin - Guitar
Larry Young - Hammond B-3 Organ

41.  January 17, 1970 - The Tony Williams Lifetime - Turn It Over

  1.  To Whom It May Concern - Them    4:29
  2.  To Whom It May Concern - Us    2:55
  3.  This Night This Song    3:44
  4.  Big Nick    2.43
  5.  Right On    1:40
  6.  Once I Loved    5:08
  7.  Vuelta Abajo    4:57
  8.  A Famous Blues    4:19
  9.  Allah Be Praised    4:36
10.  One Word (bonus track)     3:45

(No drum solos.)

Tony Williams - Drums and Vocals
John McLaughlin - Guitar and Vocals
Larry Young - Hammond B-3 Organ
Jack Bruce - Bass and (Vocals on track 10)

 

            

 

42.  February and March, 1971 - The Tony Williams Lifetime - Ego

1.  Clap City    0:54
2.  There Comes a Time    5:58
3.  Piskow's Filigree    3:52
4.  Circa    6:28
5.  Two Worlds    4:30
6.  Some Hip Drum Shit    1:31
7.  Lonesome Wells (Gwendy Trio)    7:27
8.  Mom and Dad    5:22
9.  The Urchins of Shemese    6:16
(No drum solos.)

Tony Williams - Drums
Ted Dunbar - Guitar
Ron Carter - Bass, Cello
Larry Young - Organ
Don Alias, Warren Smith - Drums, Percussion
Jack Bruce - Vocals on track 5

43.  March 3, 1972 - Stan Getz - Captain Marvel

1.  La Fiesta    8:21
2.  Five Hundred Miles High    8:09
3.  Captain Marvel    5:05
4.  Times Lie    9:46
5.  Lush Life    4:14
6.  Day Wave    8:39
7.  Crystal Silence (Bonus Track)    7:45
8.  Captain Marvel  (Alt. Take)    5:16 
9.  Five Hundred Miles High (Alt. Take)    9:29
(No drum solos.)                    

Stan Getz - Tenor Saxophone
Chick Corea - Piano
Stanley Clarke - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums

44.  July 22, 1972 - Stan Getz - Complete Live at Montreux 1972

1.  Captain Marvel    6:32
2.  Day Waves    8:32
3.  Windows    9:22
4.  Time's Lie    11:32   
2:02

5.  I Remember Clifford    5:14
6.  Lush Life    5:01
7.  La Fiesta    12:12
8.  Desafinado (Bonus Track)*    3:58 
9.  La Fiesta (Bonus Track)*    15:18
Note:  This line up is not in the order of the actual
concert.  "Time's Lie" is actually the last song of the concert,
and it's also the song that has the drum solo that is everywhere
on YouTube with Stan Getz.
Also, there a dvd available of the complete concert.

Stan Getz - Tenor Saxophone
Chick Corea - Piano
Stanley Clarke - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums

Tracks 8 and 9*
These were recorded live at Congress Hall, Warsaw, Poland
on October 27, 1974
Stan Getz - Tenor Saxophone
Albert Dailey - Piano
George (Jiri) Mraz - Bass
William Walter Hart - Drums

45. 1973 - The Tony Williams Lifetime - The Old Bum's Rush

1.  You Make It Easy    5:20
2.  What It's About (Love and Me)    5:37
3.  Whatcha Gonna Do Today    3:40
4.  The Msystic Knights of the Sea    5:12
5.  Changing Man    4:50
6.  The Boodang    5:20
7.  The Bum's Rush    10:17
(No drum solos.)

Tony Williams - Drums, Vocals
Tillmon Williams - Tenor Saxophone
Tequila - Guitar, Vocals, percussion
David Horowitz - Vibes, Synthesizer, Piano
Webster Lewis - Organ, Clavinette
Herb Bushler - Bass

46.  January, 1974 (Release Date) - Ray Manzarek - The Golden Scarab

1.  He Can't Come Today    4:35
2.  Solar Boat    5:15
3.  Downbound Train    5:27
4.  The Golden Scarab    6:42
5.  The Purpose of Existence Is?    6:42
6.  The Moorish Idle    5:49
7.  Choose Up and Choose Off    4:42
8.  Oh Thou Precious Nectar Filled Form    4:58
(No drum solos.)

Ray Manzarek - Vocals, Piano, Organ, Synthesizer
Larry Carlton - Guitar
Jerry Scheff - Bass
Mailto Correa, Milt Holland , Steve Forman - Percussion
Tony Williams - Drums

47.  1974 - Pop Workshop - Son of the Pterodactyl

1.  Prehistoric Bird     5:17
2.  Song of the Pterodactyl     6:52
3.  High Priest    5:34
4.  Dilemma    6:57
5.  Watusi Dance    4:40
6.  Mammoth    5:25
7.  Ozzy Bear    5:41
8.  Kuyaviak Goes Funky    7:13
Note:  This was a special fusion cd produced in Sweden
and is only on old vinyl records which are almost impossible
to get.  Check out YouTube. 
(No drum solos.) 

Zbigniew Namyslovski - Alto Saxophone
Janne Schaffer - Guitar
Wlodek Gulgowski - Keyboards
Mads Vinding - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums 


48.  1974 - Stanley Clarke - Stanley Clarke 

1.  Vulcan Princess    4:00
2.  Yesterday Princess    1:41
3.  Lopsy Lu    7:03
4.  Power    7:20   
1:05

5.  Spanish Phases for Strings & Bass    6:26
6.  Life Suite
     Part I      1:51
     Part II      4:12
     Part III      1:03
     Part IV        6:41

Stanley Clarke - Bass, Vocals, Piano
Jan Hammer - Keyboards
Bill Connors - Guitar
Airto - Percussion
Tony Williams - Drums

49. 1974 - The Tony Williams Lifetime - Lost Wildlife Tapes

1.  Scirocco    13:55
2.  Hot & Sticky    6:15   
0:56

3.  Little Zorro    4:29
4.  Happy Tears    9:14   
1:34

5.  The Spirit    7:43
Note:  This is also know as "The Stockholm Sessions".
This is a bootleg.

Tony Williams - Drums
Allan Holdsworth - Guitar
Webster Lewis - Keyboard
Jack Bruce - Bass
Laura "Tequila" Logan - Vocals

50.  July, 1975 - The New Tony Williams Lifetime - Believe It

1.  Snake Oil    6:26
2.  Fred    6:44
3.  Proto-Cosmos    4:00
4.  Red Alert    4:36
5.  Wildlife    5:19
6.  Mr. Spock    6:13 
  
0:49

7.  Celebration (Bonus)    4:00
8.  Letsby (Bonus)    6:35   
0:55

Tony Williams - Drums
Alan Pasqua - Piano, Clarinet
Allan Holdsworth - Guitar
Tony Newton - Bass

51. May 22, 1976 - The Great Jazz Trio - Love For Sale

1.  Love For Sale    6:57    1:10

2.  Glad to be Unhappy    6:53
3.  Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You    6:45 
  
0:38

4.  Secret Love    6:07   
0:34

5.  Someone to Watch Over Me    6:23
6.  Autumn Leaves    5:50
7.  Tenderly    6:01

Hank Jones - Piano
Buster Williams - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums

52. May 22, 1976 - Sadao Watanabe w/ The Great Jazz Trio - I'm Old Fashioned

1.  Confirmation    4:56    016

2.  Gary    4:32
3.  3:10 Blues    5:47
4.  Episode    6:35
5.  I Concentrate on You    5:57
6.  Chelsea Bridge    5:52
7.  I'm Old Fashioned    8:11   
1:10

8.  One for C    2:36

Sadao Watanabe - Tenor Saxophone
Hank Jones - Piano
Ron Carter - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums

53. September, 1976 - The New Tony Williams Lifetime - At Gabe and Walkers

CD-1
  1.  Mr. Spock    7:25  
  1:22

 
2.  Proto Cosmo    5:16
  3.  Celebration    5:35  
 
0:42

 
4.  Snake Oil    8:14
  5.  Wildlife    5:58
  6.  Drum Solo into Fred    12:18   
6:44

CD-2
  7.  Red Alert
  8.  What You Do to Me
  9.  Velvet Darkness
10.  Inspiration of Love
Live at Gabe and Walkers - Iowa City, Iowa
This is a bootleg.

Tony Williams - Drums
Allan Holdsworth - Guitar
Alan Pasqua - Keyboards
Tony Newton - Bass

54. June, 1976 - The New Tony Williams Lifetime - Million Dollar Legs

1.  Sweet Revenge    6:04
2.  You Did it to Me    3:50
3.  Million Dollar Legs    6:36
4.  Joy Fiel Summer    5:51
5.  Lady Jade    3:59
6.  What You Do to Me    7:06
7.  Inspirations of Love    9:48
Note:  "Believe It" and "Million Dollar Legs" are together on
the cd "Tony Williams Lifetime the Collection" but
without the bonus tracks on the reissue of "Believe It".
(No drum solos.)

Tony Williams - Drums
Alan Pasqua - Keyboards
Allan Holdsworth - Guitar
Tony Newton - Bass, Vocals

55. February & May, 1977 - Chet Baker - The Best Thing For You

1.  The Best Thing For You    4:14
2.  I'm Getting Sentimental Over You    6:01
3.  Oh, You Crazy Moon    3:33
4.  How Deep is the Ocean    5:41
5.  If You Could See Me Now    4:38
6.  El Morro   17:03
(No drum solos.)

Chet Baker - Trumpet
Paul Desmond - Alto Saxophone
Michael Brecker - Tenor Saxophone
Piano - Kenny Barron
Arto Tunchboyachi - Percussion
Tony Williams - Drums
Michael Brecker* - Tenor Saxophone
Hubert Laws* - Flute
John Scofield* - Guitar
Arto Tunchboyachi* - Percussion, Vocals
Richie Beirach* - Piano
Gene Bertoncini - Acoustic Guitar
(Track 5)

56. February & May, 1977 - Chet Baker - You Can't Go Home Again

1.  Love For Sale    12:58
2.  Un Poco Loco    9:20 
  
0:54

3.  You Can't Go Home Again    5:43
4.  El Morro    13:38

Chet Baker - Trumpet
Ron Carter - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums
Paul Desmond - Alto Saxohone -
Track 3
John Campo - Bassoon -
Track 4
Richie Beirach - Clavinet -
Track 4
Alphonso Johnson - Electric Bass -
Tracks 1 & 2
Don Sebesky - Electric Piano -
Tracks 2 & 3
Kenny Barron - Electric Piano -
Track 3
Richie Beirach - Electric Piano -
Tracks 1, 2, 4
Hubert Laws - Flute - Track 2, Bass and Piccolo Flute -
Track 4
John Scofield - Guitar -
Tracks 1, 2, 4
Ralph MacDonald - Percussion -
Tracks 1 & 3
Michael Brecker - Tenor Saxophone -
Tracks 1, 2, 4
Alan Shulman, Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy - Cello

57. May 2, 3 1977 - Takehiro Honda - Reaching For Heaven

1.  Ostinato    7:35    0:47   

2.  Little B's Poem    5:51  
3.  Lazy Dream    5:57  
4.  Beautiful Love     7:38  
5.  You Are My Heart's Delight     6:38  
6.  Peace     5:40  

Takehiro Honda - Piano 
Ron Carter - Bass 
Tony Williams - Drums
 
 58. May 2, 3 1977 - Takehiro Honda - Another Departure

1.  Calypso Street    4:49     0:44 

2.  Spirits Flow    6:06     0:59
 
3.  Wonder    6:31     0:48 
  
4. Longing    8:31  
5.  Puddle    9:27  

Takehiro Honda - Keyboards
Ron Carter - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums 

 

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