VEE JAY RECORDS 1964 VJLP 2502
Leroy Vinnegar was an American jazz bassist.
He recorded extensively as both a leader and sideman.
He came to public attention in the 1950s as a result
of recording with Lee Konitz, André Previn, Stan Getz,
Shorty Rogers, Chet Baker, Shelly Manne, Joe Castro
and Serge Chaloff. He played bass on Previn and
Manne's My Fair Lady album, one of the most successful
jazz records ever produced. He also performed on another
of jazz's biggest hit albums,
Eddie Harris and Les McCann's Swiss Movement, released in 1969.
Leroy Vinnegar bass,
Bill Goodwin drums,
Mike Melvoin piano
A1 Doing That Thing
A2 You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
A3 If I Should Lose You
A4 Love Nest
B1 Kick, Laugh, Crawl
B3 They Say It's Wonderful
B4 Bees Sees