My first track in this program is from tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton track from his new cd “Live at Museo Piaggo” with Paolo Birro: piano, Aldo Zunino: bass, Alfred Kramer: drums
Two tracks from tenorist Tubby Hayes track from his album “Live in London” recorded in 1964 with Jimmy Deuchar: trumpet, Terry Shannon: piano, Freddie Logan: bass, Allan Ganley: drums
Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon two tracks from “The Complete Hamburg Concert” recorded in 1974 with Herb Geller: alto sax, Slide Hampton: trombone, Dusko Goykovich: trumpet, Horace Parlan: piano, Tony Inzalaco: drums
Tenorist Sleepy Matsumoto track from “Papilon” recorded june3 1992 with Randy Brecker: trumpet, David Spinozza: guitar, Anthony Jackson: bass, Steve Gadd: drums, Sammy Figuroa: percussion
The Ben Webster special track 105/520 now his lp “The Complete Ben Webster on EmArcy” recorded October 27th 1951 with Jay McShann and his orchestra
Billie Holiday track from her lp “Songs for Distingue Lovers” recorded January 1957 with Harry “Sweets” Edison: trumpet, Ben Webster: tenor sax, Jimmy Rowles: piano, Barney Kessel: guitar, Red Mitchell: bass, Larry Bunker: drums
Composer/Arranger Ted Heath track from his lp “Swings in Hi- Stereo” recorded july 17th 1958 with Stan Tracey: piano and vibes, Ronnie Verrell: drums
The last track in this program is Louis Prima “King of Clubs” with Gia Maione and Sam Butera and the Witnesses
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