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Her last piano solos, issued as 'Solo Recital', were recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland on July 16, 1978, such as 'Over the Rainbow' and 'Offertory Meditation'.
Her final recordings are thought to have been on November 14 of 1979 for 'At Rick's Cafe Americain' with Milton Suggs (bass) and Drasheer Khalid (drums). The two tracks below for year 1945 are from her album, 'Zodiac Suite'.
Kirk' would be a huge figure in Williams' career, she contributing to countless titles in his band throughout the thirties.
Her last recordings with Kirk are thought to have been on July 17, 1941, she again arranging titles like '47th Street Jive' and 'No Answer'.
Williams was also known for her work with Mildred Bailey, first accompanying Bailey's Oxford Greys on March 16, 1939, for such as 'Barrelhouse Music' and 'Arkansas Blues'.
She would join Bailey again in 1944 and '45 for numerous CBS Radio broadcasts of 'Music 'Til Midnight'.
John was also in on those titles, with whose Memphis Stompers she recorded 'Somepin' Slow and Low' and 'Lotta Sax Appeal' two days later, she also arranging those.
Tom Lord's Discography shows his first session as a leader circa September of 1940 likely in Hollywood, those unissued titles: 'Reed Rapture' and 'Body and Soul'.
November 1 has him arranging a string of the titles with only 'Etude for Saxophones' issued by Capitol.
Sessions with Strand would eventually see release in 1999 as 'Night at Earl Carroll's'.
Kenton's name would come to be a household word while working largely as an orchestra leader whose highly prolific recording career saw above 530 sessions, nearly all of them his own.