Start my program with Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five, you hear the “West End Blues” that was recorded on june, 28th 1928 in Chicago
Pianist Mary Lou Williams together with Andy Kirk & Clouds of Joy, you hear “Twinklin” what was recorded feb 8th, 1938
The Duke Ellington Big Band with “Take the A Train” recorded feb. 1941 in Hollywood, with the arranger Billy Strayhorn and the fabulous trumpet of Ray Nance
Coleman Hawkins, one of the finest tenor saxophonists here with a recording from oct 11th, 1939 “Body and Soul”
Count Basie Big Band with the tune that made him famous “One O’ Clock Jump” recorded july 7th 1937 the first tenor solo is from Herchel Evans, the second from Lester Young, on trombome George Hunt
Singer Frank Sinatra with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, you’ll hear “I’LL Be Seeing You” what was recorded on feb 26th, 1940
Drummer Gene Krupa with his 15 piece orchestra, on trumpet Roy Eldridge and singer Anita O”Day, the track you hear is “Let Me Off Uptown” what was recorded on may 8th, 1941
The Stan Kenton Big Band with “Artistry in Rhythm” written and arranged by Kenton and recorded at the C.P. MacGregor studio in Hollywood on nov 19th, 1943
The Charlie Barnet Orchestra with one of his famous tracks “Skyliner” recorded in 1944 on the Decca label
Singer Billie Holiday with one of the finest tracks “Lover Man” recorded in 1945 with the Salvatore Camerata Orchestra, this song reached the 5th place on the Billboard hitparade
Singer Ella Fitzgerald with the Delta Rhythm Boys,you hear “It’s only a paper moon” what was recorded in 1945
Pianist Thelonious Monk plays one of his famous tracks “Straight No Chaser” recorded july 23th, 1951 with Sahib Shihab on alto sax, Milt Jackson on vibes, Al McKibbon on bass, Art Blakey on drums
Pianist Nat King Cole with a recording that made him famous “Route 66” recorded in 1946 with Oscar Moore on guitar and Johnny Miller on bass
Drummer Buddy Rich with “Rich-ual Fire Dance” what he recorded in 1946 for the Mercury Label
On trumpet Dizzy Gillespie with a track that everybody know “Salt Peanuts” recorded in N.Y. jan 9th ,1945, on tenor Don Byas
Pianist Erroll Garner with “Misty” one of the famous jazz standards, he recorded this song in Chicago on july 27th ,1954
Alto saxophonist Charlie Parker with “Cool Blues” what he recorded feb 19th ,1947 on the Dial Label with Erroll Garner:piano, Red Callender:bass, Doc West:drums
Vibrafonist Lionel Hampton with his orchestra playing “Flying Home” recorded on may 26th ,1942 with Dexter Gordon on tenorand Jack McVea on Baritone sax
Alto saxophonist Art Pepper recorded “You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To” in Hollywood on jan 19th, 1957 with Red Garland:piano,Paul Chambers:bass, Philly Joe Jones:drums
On trumpet you hear Miles Davis with a track that he recorded in 1947(aug 14th)in New York with Charlie Parker on tenor sax!!!!,John Lewis:piano,Nelson Boyd:bass, Max Roach:drums
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