This week I’ll start with alto & tenor saxophonist Art Pepper with Ted Brown and Warne Marsh on tenor sax, Ronnie Ball: piano, Ben Tucker: bass, Jeff Morton: drums recorded November 26th 1956 track from “The Complete Free Wheeling Sessions”
Tenor saxophonist Curtis Amy track from his lp “Tippin’ on Through” recorded in 1962 with Roy Brewster: trombone, Roy Ayers: vibes, John Houston: piano, Bob Whitlock: bass, Lawrence Marable: drums
Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon track from “Live in Wilhelmshaven” recorded june 12th 1976 with Rein de Graaff: piano, Earl May: bass, Joe Curtis: drums
On trumpet you’ll hear Harry “Sweets” Edison track from his album “Sweets” recorded September 4th 1956 with Ben Webster: tenor sax, Barney Kessel: guitar, Jimmy Rowles: piano, Joe Mondragon: bass, Alvin Stoller: drums
The Ben Webster special track 140/520 now” Ben in Paradiso-Amsterdam” recorded in 1968 with Cees Slinger: piano, Rob Langereis: bass, Han Bennink: drums
Alto saxophonist Johnny Hodges track from “Wings and Things” recorded july 27th 1965 with Wild Bill Davis: Hammond organ, Lawrence Brown: trombone, Grant Green: guitar, Richard Davis: bass, Ben Dixon: drums
Tenor saxophonist Harry Allen , track from his cd “Soul of my Life” recorded august 1st 2006 with Monty Alexander: piano, Hassan Shakur: bass, Herlin Riley: drums
Jimmy Witherspoon(vocals) with Dick Morrissey on tenor sax, Harry South: piano, Phil Bates: bass, Phil Seamen: drums, track from “Live in London 1966”
Pianist John Burch track from his album “John Burch Octet” recorded march 1963 with Mike Falana: trumpet, John Mumford: trombone, Graham Bond: alto sax, Stan Robinson: tenor sax,Miff Moule: baritone sax and the rhythm section: Jack Bruce on bass and drummer Ginger Baker
The Surinam Music Ensemble track from “No Kiddin’” recorded in 1989 Eddy Veldman: drums, Pablo Nahar: bass, Glenn Gaddum: keyboards, Jeroen Goldsteen: vibes, Franky Douglas: guitars, Jogi Gillis & Ponda O’ Bryan: percussion
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