This week I’ll start with tenor saxophonist Don Byas feat: pianist Sir Charles Thompson recorded april 29th 1967 with Isla Eckinger: bass, Peter Schmidlin: drums
On tenor you’ll hear Sonny Stitt, track from his lp “Stomp Off Let’s Go” recorded in 1976 with Jon Faddis & Lew Soloff: trumpets, Frank Owens: electric piano, Bucky Pizzarelli: guitar, Richard Davis: bass, Louis Bellson: drums, Leo Fleming: percussion
The Preacher Men track from “Preaching Out Loud!!” recorded in 2016 with Rob Mostert: Hammond organ, Efraim Trujillo: tenor sax, Chris Strik: drums
Pianist Stan Tracey track from his lp “With Love From Jazz” recorded October 1967 with Bobby Wellins: tenor sax, Dave Green: bass, Jackie Dougan: drums
On trumpet you’ll hear Shorty Rogers track from “Wherever the five winds blow” recorded in 1957 with Jimmy Giuffre: sax and clarinet, Lou Levy: piano, Ralph Pena: bass, Larry Bunker: drums
The Ben Webster special, track 125/520 now his cd “Ben live at Rhode Island” recorded December 7th 1963 with Michael Renzi: piano, Bob Petterutti: bass, Joe Veletri: drums
The new release from the Dutch Jazz Archive ( Nederlands Jazz Archief) –Treasures of Dutch Jazz with Ann Burton track from “Early Blue”1958-1968
Pianist Bob Wijnen track from his cd “NYC Un for seen” recorded November 2nd with Peter Bernstein: guitar, Dezron Douglas: bass, Billy Drummond: drums
Pianist Horace Silver track from “Live at Newport “58” recorded july 6th 1958 with Louis Smith: trumpet, Junior Cook: tenor sax, Gene Taylor: bass, Louis Hayes: drums
Pianist Michel Camilo with his big band track from “Caribe” recorded in 2009 with Anthony Jackson: contra bass guitar, Cliff Almond: drums, Guarionex Aquino: percussion + 12 horns/trumpet, trombone and saxes!
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