My first track in this program is the lp “The Jazzmakers” Ronnie Ross on baritone sax, Art Ellefson on tenor, Stan Jones: piano, Stan Wasser: bass, Allan Ganley: drums recorded in 1959
Vibraphonist Cal Tjader track from his lp “Tjader plays Mambo” recorded in 1954 with Manuel Duran: piano, Beyardo Velarde: timbales, Carlos Duran: bass, Edgard Rosales: congas
Alto saxophonist Joe Harriott track from his lp “Jump for Me” recorded in 1954 with the Tony Kinsey trio, Bill LeSage: piano and vibes, Sammy Stokes: bass and Tony Kinsey on drums
Tenor saxophonist Dick Morrissey track from his album “On the Spot The Complete Recordings 1961-1963” with Harry South: piano, Phil Bates: bass, Jackie Dougan: drums
The Ben Webster special track 103/520 now his album “Gentle Ben” recorded November 28th 1972 in Barcelona with Tete Montoliu: piano, Eric Peter: bass, Peer Wyboris: drums
Tenorist Illinois Jacquet track from his album “Desert Winds” with Kenny Burrell on guitar, Tommy Flanagan: piano, Wendell Marshall: bass, Ray Lucas: drums recorded feb.13th 1964
Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon with Johnny Griffin track the album “Great Encounters” recorded in 1978 with George Cables: piano, Rufus Reid: bass, Eddie Gladden: drums
Pianist Tony Lee track from his album “Blue Bossa” with Tony Archer: bass, Martin Drew: drums recorded March 2nd 1976
Pianist Bill Evans track from his album “Another Time” with Eddie Gomez: bass, Jack DeJohnette: drums recorded in Vara studio on june 22, 1968
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