Start my program with the big band from pianist Stan Tracey track from the 2 disc set “A Centenary Tribute to Duke Ellington” recorded in 1999 with Peter King on alto sax, Clark Tracey on drums…
Tenor saxophonist Dick Morrissey track from his album “The Lost 77 Recordings” with Harry South:piano, Phil Bates:bass, Phil Seamen:drums recorded in 1965
Drummer Tony Crombie track from his album “Atmosphere” recorded june 18th 1958 with Ronnie Scott on tenor, Tubby Hayes on baritone sax
The Melody Maker All Stars march 7th 1954: Kenny Baker:trumpet,Don Lusher:trombone,Vic Ash:clarinet,Johnny Dankworth:alto sax,Ronnie Chamberlain:tenor and soprano sax,Ronnie Scott:tenor sax, Harry Klein:baritone sax, Victor Feldman:vibes, Bill McGuffie:piano, Tito Burns:accordion, Ivor Mairants:guitar, Johnny Hawksworth:bass, Eric Delaney:drums
The Ronnie Scott Big Band with some fine musicans; Phil Seamen on drums, Joe Harriott on alto sax, Ronnie Scott and Peter King on tenor, Norman Stenfalt:piano
Again you’ll hear a big band, this time the Tubby Hayes Commonwealth Big Band recorded at the BBC Jazz Club 1965
Track 73/520 from the Ben Webster special, you’ll hear a track from “Groove” with Richard Groove Holmes, George Freeman on guitar
Vibrafonist/pianist Bill LeSage with baritone sax Ronnie Ross track from “Presenting the Quartet” recorded in 1963 with Spike Heatley on bass and on drums Alan Ganley
Drummer Tony Kinsey, track from his lp “An evening with mr. percussion” recorded in 1961 with Tubby Hayes on tenor, Jimmy Deuchar:trumpet, Lennie Bush:bass, Bill LeSage:piano/vibes
Tenor saxophonist Johnny Skidmore track from his album “Mainstream at Nixa” recorded oct 12th 1956 with Bertie King:alto sax, Major Holley:bass, Phil Seamen:drums
Another track from tenor sax Dick Morrissey, now from his lp “After Dark” recorded in 1983 with John Critchinson on the fender Rhodes piano, Ron Mathewson:bass, Martin Drew:drums
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