My first track in this program is from tenor saxophonist Tubby Hayes , you´ll hear a track from “Dancing in the Dark” The Dancing Slipper Ballroom, Nottingham, February 12th 1964 with Jimmy Deuchar: trumpet, mellephonium, Terry Shannon: piano, Freddy Logan: bass, Allan Ganley:drums
Drummer Phil Seamen with Jack Parnell and his orchestra with Derek Humble: alto sax,Ronnie Scott & Peter King: tenor sax, recorded October 28th 1952
Tenor saxophonist Dick Morrissey track from his lp “It’s Morrissey, Man!!” recorded april 27th 1961 with Stan Jones: piano, Malcolm Cecil: bass, Colin Barnes: drums
Tenorist Ronnie Scott track from “Compos Mentos” recorded april 28th 1954 with Victor Feldman: piano, Lennie Bush: bass, Tony Crombie: drums
On trumpet and Flugelhorn you’ll hear Linley Hamilton track from his new album “For the Record” on Teddy D Records with Derek O’Connor: tenor sax, Cian Boylan: piano, Mark Egan: bass, Adam Nussbaum: drums
Another trumpet player is Jimmy Deuchar track from his lp “Pal Jimmy” recorded in 1958 with Tubby Hayes on tenor and baritone sax(on this track Tubby is featured on baritone sax), Harry South: piano, Kenny Napper: bass, Phil Seamen: drums
On piano you’ll hear Gediminas Karkauskas , track from his solo album “Lost Suite”on Teddy D /OffPitcHrecords
The Ben Webster special track 117/520 now his album “Tenor Titans” with Dexter Gordon recorded july 1969 Kenny Drew: piano, Niels H.O. Pedersen: bass, Bjarne Rostvold: drums
Tenor saxophonist Sam “The Man” Taylor track from his lp “Music for Melancholy Babies” recorded in 1957
Two tenorists now: Azar Lawrence & Al McLean track from “Frontiers” on Cellar Live Records recorded march 3rd 2015 with Paul Shrofel: piano, Adrian Vedady: bass, Greg Richie: drums
Tenor saxophonist Jimmy “The Nighttrain” Forrest track from his album “Sit Down and Relax” recorded September 1st 1961 with Calvin Newborn: guitar, Hugh Lawson: piano, Tommy Potter: bass, Clarendon Johnston: drums
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