This week I’ll start with vibraphonist Cal Tjader track from his album “Soul Burst” recorded February 1966 with Chick Corea on piano(just 25 years old), Attila Zoller: guitar, Richard Davis: bass, Carlos “Potato”Valdez: congas, Grady Tate: drums, Arranger/Conductor: Oliver Nelson
Tenor saxophonist Charlie Ventura track from his album “Is it true about…” recorded in 1946 with Charlie Kennedy: alto sax, Barney Bigard: clarinet, Allan Reus: guitar, Milt Raskin: piano, Red Callender: bass, Nick Fatool: drums
New cd from 85 year old/young drummer John Engels with Benjamin Herman on alto sax and bassist Joris Teepe track from the cd “When will the blues leave”
Drummer Snorre Kirk track from his album “Going Up” recorded in 2020 on Stunt Records with Stephen Riley & Jan Harbeck: tenor sax, Magnus Hjorth: piano, Anders Fjeldsted:bass
Pianist Mike Pyne track from his album “Live at Ronnie Scott’s” recorded January 20th 1990 with Ron Mathewson: bass and drummer Spike Wells
The Ben Webster special track 135/520 now his lp “Did You Call?” recorded November 28th 1972 with Tete Montoliu: piano, Eric Peter: bass, Peer Wyboris: drums
Pianist Cees Slinger track from his cd “Sling Shot” recorded april 22nd 1985 with Clifford Jordan: tenor sax, Isla Eckinger: bass, Philly Joe Jones: drums
Drummer Buddy Rich track from his lp “Live in Poland-Jam Session” with Barry Kiener: organ, Steve Marcus & Bob Mintzer: tenor sax, Mauro Turso: alto and tenor sax, Dean Pratt: trumpet
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