I’ll start my program with alto saxophonist Kippie Moketsi, track from his lp “Blue Stompin’” recorded in 1977 with Hal Singer on tenor sax, Alain Jean Marie: piano, Gus Nemeth: bass, Oliver Johnson: drums
Drummer Shelly Manne track from his album “At the Blackhawk vol.5” recorded September 23rd 1959 with Joe Gordon: trumpet, Richie Kamuca: tenor sax, Victor Feldman: piano, Monty Budwig: bass
Arranger/Composer Dick Bakker with a track from his lp “Soft Melodies” recorded October 6th 1975 with Rob Franken: fender Rhodes, Rob Langereis: bass, Bruno Castelucci: drums, Wim Overgaauw & Peter Niewerf: guitars, Carl Schulze: vibes, Toots Thielemans: harmonica, Piet Noordijk: alto sax
Pianist Bill Evans , track from “Camp Fortune-Ottawa” recorded august 1974 with Eddie Gomez: bass, Marty Morell: drums
Arranger/Composer Manny Albam track from his album “Drum Suite” recorded march 5th 1956 with Al Cohn: tenor sax, Freddie Green: guitar, Gus Johnson, Osie Johnson, Don Lamond, Ted Sommer: drums
The Ben Webster special track 152/520 now his lp “King of the Tenors” recorded may 21st 1953 with Oscar Peterson: piano, Barney Kessel: guitar, Ray Brown: bass, J.C. Heard: drums
Fantastic duo cd from Roy Hargrove on trumpet/flugelhorn and pianist Mulgrew Miller “In Harmony”
Tenor saxophonist Georgie Auld track from his album “Misty” recorded in 1955
The Chris Barber Jazz and Blues Band track from his album “Concert for the BBC” recorded june 23rd 1982 with Chris on trombone, Pat Halcox: trumpet, Ian Wheeler: clarinet, alto sax, John Crocker: tenor sax, Johnny McCallum: banjo, guitar, Roger Hill: guitar, Vic Pitt: bass, Norman Emberson: drums
The Norman Granz Jam Sessions, track from “Vol.1” recorded june 17th 1952 with Charlie Shavers: trumpet, Benny Carter, Johnny Hodges, Charlie Parker: alto saxes, Flip Phillips & Ben Webster: tenor sax, Oscar Peterson: piano, Barney Kessel: guitar, Ray Brown: bass, J.C. Heard: drums
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