My first track is by tenor and alto saxophonist Grover Washington, Jr track from his album `Live` recorded in 1997 with Adam Holzman: keyboards, Gerald Veasley: bass,Steven Wolff: drums
On alto sax the great Benny Carter track from his lp “Additions to Further Definitions” recorded in 1966 with Bud Shank: alto sax, Teddy Edwards & Buddy Collette: tenor sax, Bill Hood; baritone sax, Mundell Lowe: guitar, Don Abney: piano, Ray Brown: bass, Alvin Stoller: drums
Tenor saxophonist Willis “Gatortail” Jackson track from his lp “Star Bag” recorded march 22nd 1968 with Trudy Pitts: organ, Bill Jennings: guitar, Jimmy Lewis: el-bass, Bobby Donaldson: drums, Victor Allende: congas
Tenor saxophonist Harry Allen his new recording “The Bloody Happy Song” the music produced, performed, arranged, engineered and mastered by Harry himself!!!!!
Drummer Jo Jones track from his album “Sextet” recorded april 19th 1960 with Bennie Green: trombone, Harry “Sweets” Edison: trumpet, Jimmy “The Nighttrain” Forrest: tenor sax,Tommy Flanagan: piano, Tommy Potter: bass
On trumpet you’ll hear Jimmy Deuchar track from his recording “The Complete Tempo Recordings 1955-1958” Derek Humble: alto sax, Tubby Hayes: tenor sax, Eddie Harvey: piano, Kenny Napper: bass, Phil Seamen: drums recorded march 29th 1957 Decca Studios, London
The Ben Webster special this week nr. 101/520 his famous lp “See You at the Fair” recorded march 25th 1964 Ben with Hank Jones: piano, Richard Davis: bass, Osie Johnson: drums
Alto saxophonist and composer/arranger Johnny Dankworth track from his album “Collaboration” recorded in London May 25th 1960 with the London Philharmonic Orchestra some musicians are: Spike Heatley, Kenny Clare(fantastic feature!!),Peter King,Dudley Moore
Tenor saxophonist Jimmy Heath track from his album “Love Letter” Kenny Barron: piano, Russell Malone: guitar, Monte Croft: vibes, David Wong: bass, Lewis Nash: drums
Tenor saxophonist Frank Griffith track from his album “Holland Park Non-Stop” recorded aug 17th 2010, fantasic big band !!!
Last but not least you’ll hear Lasse Lindgren on his trumpet (and his famous big band) track from his album “Spirits” plays in the spirit of Maynard Ferguson recorded January 2008