my program with pianist Harold Mabern
track from his cd “Workin’and Wailin” with Virgil Jones:trumpet, George
Coleman:tenor sax, Buster Williams:bass, Idris Muhammad:drums recorded 1969
Jazz Brothers-Gap and Chuck Mangione track from the cd “Hey Baby” Chuck on
trumpet, Gap on piano, Sal Nistico:tenor sax, Steve Davis:bass, Roy
McCurdy:drums recorded in 1961
Oliver Nelson track from “Taking Care of
Business” with Lem Winchester on vibes, Johnny “Hammond” Smith:organ, George
Tucker:bass, Roy Haynes:drums recorded in 1960
Mabern again with a track from the cd “Mr. Lucky” with Eric Alexander:tenor
sax, John Webber:bass, Joe Farnsworth:drums recorded in 2002
Tubby Hayes with a track from his album ‘Blues at the Manor” live and
previously unreleased 1959-1960
saxophonist Ben Webster track 59/520 here with pianist Art Tatum, Red Callender
on bass, Bill Douglass:drums recorded in 1954
trumpet Chuck Mangione with Joe Romano:tenor and flute, Wynton Kelly:piano, Sam
Jones:bass, Louis Hayes:drums track from “Recuerdo” recorded in 1962
of Fire” nice Harold Mabern album with Eric Alexander on tenor, Nat
Reeves:bass, Joe Farnsworth:drums recorded in 2001
saxophonists Coleman Hawkins and Eddie “Lockjaw”Davis track from “Night Hawk”
with Tommy Flanagan:piano, Ron Carter:bass, Gus Johnson:drums recorded in 1960
of my favorite singers is Billie Holiday
track from “Lady in Satin” with the Ray Ellis Orchestra recorded in 1958
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