My first track in this program is from tenor saxophonist Wild Bill Moore with a recording from march 3,1950 with Paul Quinichette: tenor sax, Bill Graham: baritone sax, Milt Buckner: piano, Franklin Skeete: bass, Joe Harris: drums
Drummer Art Blakey track from “Live in Paris” December 17th 1958 with Lee Morgan: trumpet, Benny Golson: tenor sax, Bobby Timmons: piano, Jimmie Merritt: bass
On trumpet you can hear Linley Hamilton, track from his new cd “For the Record” with Derek O” Connor: tenor sax, Cian Boylan: piano, Mark Egan: bass, Adam Nussbaum: drums
Tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins track from his album “Blues Groove” recorded February 28th 1958 with Tiny Grimes: guitar, Ray Bryant: piano, Musa Kaleem: flute, Earl Wormack: bass, Teagle Fleming Jr: drums
Drummer Idris Muhammad track from his cd “Power of Soul” recorded in 1974 with Grover Washington Jr: tenor sax, Bob James: keyboards, Gary King: bass, Joe Beck: guitar, Ralph MacDonald: percussion, Randy Brecker: trumpet
Tenor saxophonist Harry Allen and on guitar Dave Blenkhorn track from the new cd “Under a blanket of Blue”
The Ben Webster special track 111/520 now his lp “Benny, Ben & Barney” recorded april 10th 1962 with Shorty Sherock: trumpet, Dave Barbour: guitar, Jimmy Rowles: piano, Leroy Vinnegar: bass, Mel Lewis: drums
Pianist Dave Brubeck track from his album “Back Home” recorded in 1979 with Chris Brubeck: bass, Butch Miles: drums, Jerry Bergonzi: tenor sax
Tenor saxophonist Eddie Chamblee with a track from “The Black and Blue sessions” recorded april 30th 1976 with Wallace Davenport: trumpet, Buster Cooper: trombone, Earl Warren: alto sax, Arnett Cobb: tenor sax, Milt Buckner: organ, Roland Lobligeois: bass, Panama Francis: drums
Tenor saxophonist Don Byas “Live in Tokyo” recorded in 1971
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