This week I’ll start with vibraphonist Teddy Charles track from his album “Evolution” recorded January 6th 1955 with tenor saxophonist J.R. Monterose, bassist Charles Mingus and drummer Gerry Segal
Trombonist Chris Barber track from “The Chris Barber Soul Band” recorded in 1964 with Jimmy Deuchar & Pat Halcox: trumpet, Ian Wheeler: clarinet, Ronnie Scott: tenor sax, John Slaughter: guitar, Eddie Smith: banjo, Brian Auger: organ, Dick Smith: bass, Graham Burbridge: drums
The Woody Herman Big Band track from his album “The 40th Anniversary Carnegie Hall Concert” recorded November 20th 1976 with Stan Getz, Flip Phillips, Zoot Sims, Jimmy Giuffre, Joe Lovano, Jimmy Rowles, Pat Coil, Billy Bauer, Jake Hanna
Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon : Live Broadcast in N.Y. august 20th 1945 with Don Byas, Herbie Fields & Ben Webster: tenor sax, Stuff Smith: violin, Duke Ellington: piano, Al Lucas: bass, Eddie Nicholson: drums
The Ben Webster special track 141/520 now “Ben in London 1964” with tenorist Ronnie Scott, Stan Tracey: piano, Rick Laird: bass, Jackie Dougan: drums
Tenor saxophonist Tubby Hayes track from his album “Tubbs” recorded march 21st 1961 with Terry Shannon: piano, Jeff Clyne: bass, Bill Eyden: drums
Deborah J. Carter(vocals) track from her cd “Daytripper” recorded in 2016 with Coen Molenaar: keyboards, Mark Zandveld: bass, Enrique Firpi: drums, Ed Verhoeff: guitar
Steps track from the lp “Smokin”in the Pit” recorded December 15th 1979 Michael Brecker: tenor sax, Mike Mainieri: vibes, Don Gronick: piano, Eddie Gomez: bass, Steve Gadd: drums
Baritone saxophonist Serge Chaloff track from “The Complete Serge Chaloff Sessions: recorded September 21st 1946 Ralph Burns: piano, Chuck Wayne: guitar, Artie Bernstein: bass, Don Lamond: drums
Hammond organist Herbert Noord track from the lp “Live at the Kroeg” recorded October 8th 1979 with Wil van Slogteren: guitar, Harvey Kaiser: tenor sax, John Engels: drums
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