This week I’ll start with John Plonski on trumpet, track from the lp “Cool Man Cool” recorded in 1957 with Carl Janelli on baritone sax, Dominic Cortese: electric accordion, Chet Amsterdam: bass, Mel Zelnick: drums
Pianist Arnold Ross track from “Arnold Ross Sextet” recorded in 1952 with Ronnie Scott: tenor sax, Derek Humble: alto sax, Jimmy Deuchar: trumpet, Sammy Stokes: bass, Jack Parnell: drums
The Kurt Edelhagen Orchestra track from “The Unreleased WDR Jazz Recordings 1957-1974” this track is from January 26th 1963 with Karl Drewo & Gerd Dudek: tenor sax, Derek Humble: alto sax, Falay Maffy: trumpet
Drummer Steve Gadd track from his new album “At the Blue Note Tokyo” with David Spinozza: guitar, Walt Fowler: trumpet, Jimmy Johnson: bass, Kevin Hays: keyboards
On trumpet you’ll hear Jimmy Deuchar track from his album “Swingin’the Blues” recorded in 1957 with Derek Humble: alto sax, Tubby Hayes: tenor sax, Eddie Harvey: piano, Kenny Napper: bass, Phil Seamen: drums
The Ben Webster special, track 137/520 “Les McCann presents the dynamic jazz organ of Richard “Groove” Holmes” with Ben Webster on tenor sax, Tricky Lofton: trombone, Les McCan: piano, George Freeman: guitar, Ron Jefferson: drums, recorded march 1961
The Derek Humble Quartet, Humble on alto sax, Bora Rokovic: piano, Bob Carter: bass, Stuff Combe: drums, recorded November 5th 1963
Jo Stafford: vocals track from the lp “Jo + Jazz” recorded july 15th 1960 with Ray Nance, Conte Candoli, Don Fagerquist: trumpets, Lawrence Brown: trombone, Johnny Hodges: alto sax, Ben Webster: tenor sax, Harry Carney: baritone sax, Jimmy Rowles: piano, Bob Gibbons: guitar, Joe Mondragon: bass, Mel Lewis: drums
Baritone saxophonist Harry Carney track from his lp “The Duke’s Men” recorded September 15th 1960 with Willie Cook: trombone, Ed Mullins & Ray Nance: trumpet, Booty Wood: trombone, Paul Gonzales: tenor sax, Rollins Giffith: piano, Aaron Bell: bass, Sam Woodyard: drums
Pianist Rob Franken with his quartet Ferdinand Povel on tenor sax. Ruud Jacobs: bass, Rogier van Otterloo: drums
The Johnny Dankworth Orchestra recorded at BBC studio 1959
On Bass Saxophone you’ll hear James Carter track from his album “Chasin’ the Gypsy” recorded in 2000 with Regina Carter: violin, Jay Berliner: guitar, Charlie Giordano: accordion, Steve Kirby: bass, Cyro Baptista: drums
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