I’ll’ start my program with alto saxophonist Earl Bostic track from his lp “Alto Magic in Hi-Fi” recorded may 8th 1958 with Gene Redd: vibes, Fletcher Smith: piano/organ, Allan Seltzer: guitar, Margo Gibson: bass, Charles Walton: drums
Vibraphonist Wolfgang Lackerschmid and Chet Baker on trumpet track from “The Quintet Sessions 1979″ with Larry Coryell: guitar, Buster Williams: bass, Tony Williams: drums
Tenor saxophonist Johnny Griffin track from “Live in Denmark” recorded in 2000 with Horace Parlan: piano, Gilles Naturel: bass, Doug Sides: drums
Bassist Hans Backenroth track from his album “Parker’s Mood” recorded October 2020 with Klas Lindquist: Alto sax, Clarinet, Erik Soderlind: guitar, Karl-Henrik Ousback: drums
Vibraphonist Dave Pike, track from his album “Peligroso” recorded in 2000 with Carl Saunders: trumpet ,Bobby Matos: timbales, Roberrito Melendez: congas
Tenor/Baritone saxophonist Charlie Ventura track from his album “Quartet and Quintet” recorded December 22nd 1952 with Gene Kutch: piano, Ace Tesone: bass, Chick Kenny: drums
The Ben Webster special , track from his lp “At the Renaissance” recorded October 14th 1960 with Jim Hall: guitar, Jimmy Rowles: piano, Red Mitchell: bass, Frank Butler: drums
Pianist Bill Evans track from his lp “Explorations” recorded februay 2nd 1961 with Scott LaFaro on bass and drummer Paul Motian
Drummer Dave Weckl with the Buddy Rich big band live at Ronnie Scott’s , recorded may 25th 2017
Guitarist Rene Thomas track from his album “Guitar Groove” recorded September 7th 1960 with J.R. Montrose: tenor sax, Hod O’Brien: piano, Teddy Kotick: bass, Albert Heath: drums
Bassist Scott LaFaro track from West Coast Days” recorded September 1958 with Richie Kamuca: tenor sax, Victor Feldman: piano, Stan Levey: drums
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