This week I’ll start with pianist Freddie Redd, track from his recording “Shades of Redd” recorded august 13th 1960 with Jackie McLean: alto sax, Tina Brooks: tenor sax, Paul Chambers: bass, Louis Hayes: drums
Tenor saxophonist Curtis Amy track from the lp “Mustang” recorded January 26th 1967 with Leroy Cooper: baritone sax, Jimmy Owens: trumpet, Kenny Barron: piano, Carl Lynch: guitar, Edgar Willis: bass, Bruno Carr: drums
On trumpet you’ll hear Linley Hamilton track from his cd “Making Other Arrangements” recorded in 2018 with Cian Boylan and the Camden Orchestra
Drummer Dave Weckl track from his new cd “Live in St. Louis” at the Chesterfield Jazz Festival 2019 with Jay Oliver: keyboards, Tom Kennedy: bass, Gary Meek: saxes, Buzz Feiten: guitar
Vibraphonist Ruben Estrada track from “Get Out of my Way” recorded march 16th 1996 with Henry Estrada: saxes, flute, Ruben Estrada: drums, Raul Rico: congas, Joe Rotondi: trumpet
Vibraphonist Milt Jackson & tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins track from “Bean Bags” recorded September 12th 1959 with Tommy Flanagan: piano, Kenny Burrell: guitar, Eddie Jones: bass, Connie Kay: drums
The Ben Webster special track 139/520 “The Art Tatum-Ben Webster Quartet” recorded September 11th 1956 with Red Callender on bass, and drummer Bill Douglass
Vibrafonist Lionel Hampto track from his l “You Better Know It” recorded October 28th 1964 with Clark Terry: trumpet, Ben Webster: tenor sax, Hank Jones: piano,Milt Hinton: bass, Osie Johnson: drums
Vibraphonist Alfredo Chacon track from his cd “Caliente Corner” recorded in 2018 with Bryan Lynch: trumpet, Gito Maleta: piano, Rodner Padilla: bass, Georvis Pico: drums,
Tenor saxophonist Tubby Hayes track from his album “Quartet in Scandinavia” recorded February 18th 1972 with Staffan Abeleen: piano, Niels H.O. Pedersen: bass, Alex Riel: drums
Tenor saxophonist Bill Perkins with a track from his cd “I Wished on the Moon” recorded November 23rd 1989 with the Metropole Orchestra conducted by Rob Pronk
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