Start my program with tenor saxophonist Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis track from his cd “The Heavy Hitter” with Albert Dailey:piano, George Duvivier:bass, Victor Lewis:drums
Drummer Steve Gadd-Saxophonist Michael Blicher and Hammond organ player Dan Hemmer track from their new cd “Get that motor runnin”
Tenorist Don Byas track from his lp “Walkin’ recorded in 1963 with Bengt Axen:piano, Niels H.O. Pedersen:bass, William Schiopffe:drums
Tenorist Tubby Hayes track from his lp “Mexican Green” with Mike Pyne:piano,Ron Mathewson:bass, Tony Levin:drums recorded in 1967
Tenorist Paul Heller track from his cd “Good Times” with Peter Tiehuis:guitars, Olaf Polziehn:piano, Ingmar Heller:bass, Wolfgang Haffner:drums recorded in 2016
The Ben Webster special track nr. 64/520 Cd: “Ben Webster at the Renaissance” with Jimmy Rowles:piano, Jim Hall:guitar, Red Mitchell:bass, Frank Butler:drums
The Peter Herbolzheimer Rhythm Combination and Brass track from “Fatman 2”
Pianist Lex Jasper track from his latest cd “Notes from the Netherlands” with Frans van Geest:bass, Vincent Koning:guitar
Tenorist Red Holloway track from his lp “Red Soul” from 1965 with Lonnie Smith:organ,George Benson:guitar, Chuck Rainey:bass, Ray Lucas:drums
Jazz at the Philharmonic track from the lp “The All Stars at the Opera House” with Stan Getz & Coleman Hawkins on tenor, J.J. Johnson:trombone, Roy Eldridge:trumpet, John Lewis:piano, Percy Heath:bass, Connie Kay:drums
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