I’ll’ start my program with tenor saxophonist Dick Morrissey track from “At the BBC 1967” Harry South: piano, Phil Bates: bass, Bill Eyden: drums recorded: june 11th 1967
Drummer Art Blakey track from “Live at the Sweet Basil-Farewell” recorded march 1985 Terence Blanchard: trumpet, Donald Harrison: alto sax, Jean Toussaint: tenor sax, Mulgrew Miller: piano, Lonnie Plaxico: bass, Tim Williams: trombone
Pianist Hod O’Brien track from his album “I Hear a Rhapsody” recorded at the Bimhuis Amsterdam October 2nd 1987 with Ted Brown: tenor sax, Jacques Schols: bass, John Engels: drums
Tenorist Klaus Doldinger “25th Anniversary Concert”, Christian Schulze: keyboards, Wolfgang Schmidt: bass, Curt Cress: drums
Pianist Duke Ellington with tenor saxophonist John Coltrane recorded September 26th 1962 with Aaron Bell: bass, Elvin Jones: drums
The Ben Webster special track 153/520 now his lp “Saturday night at the Montmartre” recorded January 30th 1965 with Kenny Drew: piano, Niels H.O. Pedersen: bass, Alex Riel: drums
Pianist Franck Amsalem track from his album “Years gone by” recorded in 1998 with Tim Ries: saxes, Riccardo Del Fra: bass, Daniel Humair: drums
The Conrad Miller Trio track from “Con Alma” recorded may 2019 Coen Molenaar: piano, David De Marez Oyens: bass, Enrique Firpi: drums
Jazz at the Philharmonic track from the cd “Live in Amsterdam” release from “Nederlands Jazz Archief” recorded November 19th 1960 Coleman Hawkins & Don Byas: tenor sax,Benny Carter: alto sax, Roy Eldridge: trumpet, Lalo Schifrin: piano, Art Davis: bass, Jo Jones: drums
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
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