Start my program with tenor saxophonist Tubby Hayes track from his album `100% Proof` recorded in 1966
Pianist Frank Horrox track from “Jazz Session” with Don Rendell:tenor sax, Albert Hall:trumpet, Jeff Sothcott:bass, Don Lawson:drums recorded in 1960
Pianist Colin Purbrook track from his album “Radio Nights” recorded late 1970’s with Hank Shaw:trumpet, Duncan Lamont:tenor sax, Tony Coe:sax,clarinet,Tony Archer:bass, Martin Drew:drums
The Preacher Men: Efraim Trujillo:tenor sax, Rob Mostert:Hammond B3, Chris Strik:drums track from the new album “Live at Bimhuis”
Alto saxophonist Joe Harriott track from his album “Blue Harriott” recorded may 5th 1959 with Hank Shaw:trumpet, Harry South:piano, Coleridge Goode:bass, Bob Orr:drums
The second time you”ll hear Tubby Hayes, now a track from his album “Tubbs in N.Y.” recorded in 1961, Tubby on tenor, Eddie Costa on vibes,Horace Parlan:piano, George Duvivier:bass, Dave Bailey:drums
Track 72/520 the Ben Webster special with a 1953 recording with Charlie Shavers:trumpet, Bill Harris:trombone, Teddy Wilson:piano, Herb Ellis:guitar, Ray Brown:bass, Gene Krupa:drums
Pianist Ralph Sharon with his quartet Jack Fallon on bass,Tony Kinsey:drums, Bert Weedon:guitar, track from the album “Autumn Leaves and Spring Fever” recorded March 5th 1953
Ack van Rooyen meets Jerry van Rooyen, Ack plays trumpet and Jerry Arranger,Composer with Rob Franken:keyboards, Herb Geller:flute,Sax recorded in 1970
Alto saxophonist Peter King track from his album “Brother Bernard” recorded in 1990 with John Horler:piano, Dave Green:bass, Tony Levin:drums
Tenor saxophonist Jesse Powell track from his Lp “Blow Man Blow” recorded in 1959
Two giants on the tenor sax: Illinois Jacquet and Arnett Cobb track from the lp “Jazz at Town Hall” with Milt Buckner:organ, Panama Francis:drums recorded in 1973
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