This week I’ll start with tenor saxophonist(and vocals) Archie Shepp and Chet Baker track from “First and Last Meeting in Frankfurt and Paris” recorded in 1988 with Horace Parlan: piano, Herman Wright: bass, Clifford Jarvis: drums
On trumpet you’ll hear Miles Davis with a track from his album “Diggin’with the Miles Davis Sextet” recorded October 5th 1951 with Jackie McLean: alto sax, Sonny Rollins: tenor sax, Walter Bishop Jr: piano, Tommy Potter: bass, Art Blakey: drums
Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis & Johnny Griffin on tenor sax, track from the lp “Live at Minton’s Playhouse” recorded January 1961 with Junior Mance: piano, Larry Gales: bass, Ben Riley: drums
Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon with a track from “Daddy plays the Horn” recorded in 1955 with Kenny Drew: piano, Leroy Vinnegar: bass, Larry Marable: drums
On tenor sax you’ll hear Dave O’Higgins and Eric Alexander track from “The Devil’s Interval” recorded august 17th 2010 with the Kristian(on drums) Leth trio with Andrew McCormack: piano, Geoff Gascoyne: bass
The Ben Webster special, track 124/520 “The Gene Krupa Sextet” recorded September 27th 1953 with Charlie Shavers: trumpet, Bill Harris: trombone, Teddy Wilson: piano, Herb Ellis: guitar, Ray Brown: bass, Gene Krupa: drums
Alto saxophonist Joe Harriott track from “Chronology” recorded September 4th 1968 with Kenny Wheeler: trumpet, Pat Smythe: piano, Ron Mathewson: bass, Bill Eyden: drums
Guitarist Boogaloo Joe Jones track from his album “Black Whip” recorded in 1973 with Dave Hubbard: saxes, Bobby Knowles: organ,Sonny Phillips: electric piano, Ron Carter: basses, Bud Kelly: drums, Jimmy Johnson: percussion
Tenorist Arnett Cobb track from “Blues and Ballads” recorded November 30th 1960 with Red Garland: piano, George Duvivier: bass, J.C. Heard: drums
Vibraphonist Cal Tjader with a track from “Fritz the Cat” with Arthur Adams: guitar, Chuck Rainey: fender bass, Bernard Purdie: drums, Kennett Nash: percussion
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