Start my program with tenor saxophonist Jimmy Heath Ensemble with Sonny Red:alto sax, Pepper Adams:baritone sax, Kenny Dorham:trumpet, Cedar Walton:piano, Reggie Workman:bass, Roy Brooks:drums Baltimore 1965
Saxophonist Don Rendell with Ian Carr on trumpet, Michael Garrick:piano, Dave Green:bass, Trevor Tomkins:drums recorded in 1966, track from the album “Dusk Fire”
Pianist Horace Silver with his Quintet, recorded in England 1966, Woody Shaw:trumpet, Tyrone Washington:tenor saxophone, Larry Ridley:bass, Lex Humphries:drums
The Ben Webster special track 70/520, this week you’ll hear a track from “Big ben Time” recorded jan.1967 with Alan Haven:organ, Spike Heatley:bass, Tony Crombie:drums
My favorite vibraphonist Cal Tjader track from hs lp “Hip Vibrations” recorded in 1967 with J.J. Johnson, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, Mel Lewis, Ray Barretto,
The Count Basie Big Band—Blues Backstage—Live in Amsterdam 1956 feat; Thad Jones, Joe Newman, Frank Foster, Frank Wess (Nederlands Jazz Archief)
Alto saxophonist Cannonball Adderley and the Poll winners recorded in 1960 with Wes Montgomery:guitar, Victor Feldman:piano & vibes, Ray Brown:bass, Louis Hayes:drums
Pianist Bart Flos trio with Eric van der Westen:bass, Marc Schenk:drums, track from his new album “Roots and Reflections”
Milt Jackson(vibes) and Coleman Hawkins(tenor sax) track from the album “Bean Bags” released in 1959 with Tommy Flanagan:piano, Kenny Burrell:guitar, Eddie Jones:bass, Connie Kay:drums
Tenor saxophonist Sam “ The Man” Taylor track from his album “Salute to the saxes” released oct, 1958 with Thad Jones:trumpet, Jimmy Cleveland:trombone, Lee Anderson:piano, Billy Bauer:guitar, Barney Richmond:bass, Herb Lovelle:drums
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