I’ll’ start my program with vibraphonist Cal Tjader track from the lp `Latin Kick` recorded in 19565 with Manuel Duran: piano, Carlos Duran: bass, Luis Miranda: congas, Beyardo Velarde: timbales
Tenor saxophonist J.R. Monterose track from “Blues Walk on Lark Street” recorded in 1987 with Walter Donnaruma: electric piano, Dick Kniss: bass, Eddie Robinson: drums
Tenor saxophonist Johnny Griffin track from “Live at the St. Dennis Theatre” recorded in 1987 with Michael Weiss: piano, Phil Flanigan: bass, Kenny Washington: drums
Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon “Live at the White House in Washington DC” recorded june 18th 1978 with Herbie Hancock: piano, Ron Carter: bass, Tony Williams: drums, George Benson: guitar, Dizzy Gillespie: trumpet
Tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins track from “Live in Perugia” recorded july 18th 1996 with Clifton Anderson: trombone, Stephen Scott: piano, Bob Cranshaw: bass, Harold Summy, Jr: drums, Victor See Yuen: percussion
Tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson track from “Live in Dusseldorf” recorded February 17th 1981 with Tete Montoliu: piano, John Lockwood: bass, Mike Hyman: drums
The Ben Webster special track 147/520 now you’ll hear Ben at the Haarlemse Jazzclub, recorded may 9th 1972 with Tete Montoliu: piano, Rob Langereis: bass, Tony Inzalaco: drums
Guitarist Ray Russell, track from his album “Now, More than ever” recorded in 2013 with Jim Watson: keyboards, Anthony Jackson: contrabass guitar, Ralph Salmins: drums, Rupert Cobb: trumpet
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