Start my program with the Milestone Jazzstars Sonny Rollins: tenor sax. McCoy Tyner: piano, Ron Carter:bass, Al Foster: drums recorded in 1978
Tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins at Birdland September 6th 1952 with Roy Eldridge: trumpet, Horace Silver: piano, Curley Russell: bass, Art Blakey: drums
Tenor saxophonist Jack Monterose track from his album “Plays David Holt” recorded in 1957 with Pete Jolly: piano, Chuck Berghofer: bass, Nick Martinus: drums
Tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins Track from his album “Don’t stop the Carnival” a performance at the American Music Hall april 15th 1978 with Donald Byrd: trumpet, Mark Soskin: piano, Jerome Harris: bass, Aurell Ray: guitar, Tony Williams: drums
Tenor saxophonist Tubby Hayes track from his new album “Free Flight” recorded October 17th 1972 at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club with Mike Pyne: piano, Ron Mathewson: bass, Tony Levin: drums
Tenor saxophonist Sam “the man” Taylor track from his album “Out of this World” recorded in 1956 arranged and conducted by Leroy Holmes
Tenor saxophonist Ronnie Scott track from “Live in Laren” recorded November 30th 1984 with Dick Pierce: trumpet, John Critchensen: piano, Ron Mathewson: bass, Allan Ganley: drums
The Ben Webster special track 95/520 “Makin’ Whoopee” recorded in Paris june 5th 1972 with Georges Arvanitas: piano, Jacky Samson: bass, Charles Saudrais: drums
New release from Dutch Jazz Archives ( Nederlands Jazz Archief) The Bebop Years Rob Pronk Studio Sessions 1950-1957
Tenor saxophonist Willis “Gatortail” Jackson track from his album “Together Again,Again” recorded December 13th 1961 with Jack McDuff: organ, Bill Jennings: guitar, Jimmy Lewis: bass, Frank Shea: drums
On flute you’ll here Herbie Mann track from his album “Today” recorded November 18th 1965 with Dave Pike: vibes, Earl May: bass, Bruno Carr: drums,Carlos “Potato” Valdes: congas, Oliver Nelson: arranger & conductor
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