Title Date Place Personnel Tunes Releases Notes
John Lewis and his Orchestra 8 September 1960 New York City Herb Pomeroy (tpt); Gunther Schuller (fr horn); Eric Dolphy (as); Benny Golson (ts); Jimmy Giuffre (bars); John Lewis (pno,comp,arr,dir); George Duvivier (bass); Jim Hall (gtr); Connie Kay (dr) 154. The Stranger
Atlantic SD1375 according to S&T and Swing Journal, "The Wonderful World of Jazz". Now also on a CD of the same name, Atlantic 7 90979-2; the CD has The Stranger, which wasn't on the LP. Also on 332.046, London LTZ-K15237, SAH-K6218. Actually, later editions of S&T corrected this (thanks to Peter Roberts I believe), and Afternoon in Paris, which is what is on the LP, is now listed below.  
John Lewis and his Orchestra 9 September 1960 New York City Herb Pomeroy (tpt); Gunther Schuller (fr horn); Eric Dolphy (as); Benny Golson (ts); Jimmy Giuffre (bars); John Lewis (pno,dir); George Duvivier (bass); Jim Hall (gtr); Connie Kay (dr); Gary McFarland (comp,arr) 155. Afternoon in Paris
156. Night Float
157. If You Could See Me Now
157. Round Midnight
Atlantic SD1425, (F)850.006, AMCY-1097, "Essence". The last two tunes are unissued.
 
John Lewis and Gary McFarland 5 October 1962 New York City Harold Jones (fl); Eric Dolphy (alto-fl); Phil Woods (cl); William Arrowsmith (oboe); Loren Glickman (bassoon); Don Stewart (basset horn); Gene Allen (baritone horn); John Lewis (pno); Jim Hall (gtr); Richard Davis (bass); Connie Kay (dr); Gary McFarland (cond) 403. Tillamook Two
404. Another Encounter 5:22
405. By My Side
Atlantic SD-1425, "Essence" (see Sept 9, 1960 above as well). By My Side is unissued Atlantic matrix number 6480. Also on (F)850.006. Cool instrumentation!