My first track in this program is from tenor saxophonist Willis “Gatortail” Jackson track from his lp “The Good Life” recorded may 23rd 1963 with Frank Robinson: trumpet, Carl Wilson: organ, Pat Martino: guitar, Leonard Gaskin: bass, Joe Hadrick: drums
The Melody Maker All Stars 1958/59 Tubby Hayes: tenor sax, Ronnie Ross: baritone sax, Bill LeSage: vibes, Dave Goldberg: guitar, Johnny Hawksworth: bass, Allan Ganley: drums
Pianist Elmo Hope track from “Sounds from Rikers Island” recorded august 19th 1963 with Freddie Douglas: sax, John Gilmore: tenor, Lawrence Jackson: trumpet, Ronald Boykins: bass, Philly Joe Jones: drums
Baritone saxophonist Ronnie Ross and Bill LeSage: vibes with Spike Heatley: bass, Tony Carr: drums recorded march 22nd 1965 track from “Wardour Street Waltz”
Harmonica player Hermine Deurloo track from the album “Riverbeast” with Kevin Hayes: piano, Tony Scherr: bass, Steve Gadd: drums recorded feb 2019
Vibraphonist Bill LeSage track from his album “Directions in Jazz” recorded in London april 29th 1964 with Johnny Scott: flute and alto sax, Bob Burns: clarinet & alto sax, Ronnie Ross: baritone sax, Spike Heatley: bass, Tony Carr: drums + 4 cello’s
HOT(Het Orgel Trio) track from “Reflections of Duke” recorded in 2019 Stven Kamperman: alto & b-flat clarinet, Berry van Berkum: pipe organ, Dion Nijland: bass, Ruben Drenth: trumpet, Joost Buis: trombone
The Bill LeSage(vibes) and Ronnie Ross(baritone sax) Quartet with Spike Heatley: bass, Allan Ganley: drums recorded in London april 1963
On trumpet you’ll hear Linley Hamilton track from his album “Making other Arrangements” with Cian Boylan and the Camden Orchestra recorded in 2018
The Ben Webster special track 113/520 now Benny Moten’s Kansas City Orchestra recorded December 13th 1932 with Hot Lips Page, Count Basie
Drummer Brian Melvin track from his album “Standards Zone” recorded in 1987 with Jaco Pastorius on bass and Jon Davis : piano
Tenor saxophonist Arnett Cobb “Live at Jazzhuis “de Spiegel” recorded november 13th 1982 with Rein de Graaff: piano, Jaques Schols: bass, John Engels; drums
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