Start my program with tenor saxophonist Willis “Gatortail” Jackson track from his lp “Live in Action” recorded in 1965 with Frank Robinson:trumpet, Carl Wilson:organ, Pat Azzara:guitar, Joe Hadrick:drums
The Shorty Rogers West Coast All Sars live at Montreux with Bob Cooper & Bud Shank:alto sax, Bill Perkins:tenor sax, Pete Jolly:piano, Monty Budwig:bass, Larry Bunker:drums recorded July 20th 1985
Baritone saxophonist Leo Parker track from his album “Rollin’ with Leo” recorded in 1960 with Dave Burns:trumpet, Bill Swindell:tenor sax, John Acea:piano, Al Lucas:bass, Purnell Rice:drums
Sax and keys Leo Janssen track from his album “Echoes of the Heart” with Peter Tiehuis:guitar, Xander Buvelot:bass, Arno van Nieuwenhuize:drums, Eddy Koopman:percussion recorded in 2017
Tenor saxophonist Ike Quebec track from his album “Heavy Soul” recorded nov 26th 1961 with Freddie Roach:organ, Milt Hinton:bass, Al Harewood:drums
Japanese keyboard wizard Jun Fukamachi track from his lp “On The Move” recorded april 20th 1978 with fine musicans: Richard Tee:keyboards, Anthony Jackson and Will Lee:bass, Steve Gadd:drums, Sammy Figuroa:percussion,Barry Finnerty:guitar,Randy Brecker:trumpet, David Sanborn:alto sax, Michael Brecker:tenor sax, Barry Rogers: trombone, Ronnie Cuber:baritone sax,Mike Mainieri:vibes
The Ben Webster special track 80/520 Ben with his English LP “Webster’s Dictionary” recorded in 1970 with Stan Tracey:piano, Dave Green:bass, Tony Crombie:drums, Alan Branscomb:vibes, Tony Coe:clarinet, Tony Gilbert:violin
Guitarist Reinier Voet track from his new cd “Ballade pour la Nuit” with Karin van Kooten:violin, Jan Brouwer:rhythm guitar, Jet Stevens:bass
Tenor saxophonist Klaus Doldinger track from “Jazzworkshop Hamburg” recorded dec 7th 1962 with Jaques Pelzer:alto sax, Don Ellis:trumpet, Rene Thomas:guitar, Ingfried Hoffman:piano,organ, Benoit Quersin:bass, Kenny Clarke:drums
Drummer Ben Riley track from the album “Memories of T” recorded in 2006 with Freddie Bryant:guitar, Bruce Wiliams:alto & soprano sax,Jimmy Greene & Wayne Escoffery:tenor sax, Jay Brandford:baritone sax, Don Sickler:trumpet, Peter Washington:bass
Trumpet and Flugelhorn Chuck Mangione track from his lp “Tarantella” with special guests Dizzy Gillespie, Chick Corea and Steve Gadd
Tenor saxophonist Johnny Beecher (Plas Johnson) track from his album “Sax 5th Ave” recorded in 1962 with Emil Richards:vibes, Bert Kendrix:organ, Jimmy Bond:bass, Earl Palmer:drums
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