I’ll start my program with tenor saxophonist Carl Drevo, track from “Clap Hands here Comes Charlie” recorded in 1961 Francy Boland: piano, Jean Warland: bass, Joe Harris: drums, Chris Kellens, Raymond Droz & Otto Bredl: trombones
Pianist Francy Boland , track from “Playing with the Trio” recorded February 18th 1967 with Jimmy Woode: bass, Kenny Clarke: drums
Jazz of the 80’s (Aurex Jazz Festival 80) recorded live at Budokan September 2nd 1980 Tenor saxes: Joe Farrell, Joe Henderson & Michael Brecker, Trumpets: Randy Brecker & Freddie Hubbard, Guitar: Robben Ford, Keyboards: George Duke, Bass: Alphonso Johnson, Drums: Peter Erskine
The Lionel Hampton All Star Big Band, recorded live in Budokan 1981 with special guest Woody Herman on clarinet
Pianist(on Fender Rhodes) Frans Elsen track from “Norway” with Ferdinand Povel on tenor, Eddie Engels: trumpet, Wim Overgaauw: guitar, Rob Langereis: bass, Eric Ineke: drums, Wim van der Beek: percussion
The Ben Webster special, track 158/520 now Ben with Buck Clayton at Café Samson, Antwerp june 16th 1967 with Camille de Ceunynck: piano, Tony Vaes: bass, Charlie Pauwels: drums
The Kenny Clarke-Francy Boland Big Band track from “Now hear our meanin’the complete 1963 recordings” with Derek Humble: alto sax, Billy Mitchell, Ronnie Scott & Carl Drevo: tenor saxes, Sahib Shihab: baritone sax ,Benny Bailey, Jimmy Deuchar, Idrees Sulieman: trumpets, Joe Harris: Tympani, Jimmy Woode: bass
The All Star Jam Sessions(Aurex Jazz Festival) recorded at Osaka Festival Hall September 3rd 1981 with Milt Jackson: vibes, Freddie Hubbard: trumpet, Bob Brookmeyer: trombone, Gerry Mulligan: baritone sax, Stan Getz: tenor sax, Roland Hanna: piano, Ray Brown: bass, Art Blakey: drums
The Michel Petrucciani Sextet live at N.S.J.F. recorded july 10th 1998 with M.P. on piano, Anthony Jackson: bass guitar, Steve Gadd: drums, Flavio Boltro: trumpet, Stefano Di Battista: alto & soprano sax, Denis Leloup: trombone
Alto & Tenor saxophonist Oliver Nelson, track from his album “Nocturne” recorded august 23rd 1960 with Lem Winchester: vibes, Richard Wyands: piano, George Duvivier: bass, Roy Haynes: drums
Vibraphonist Cal Tjader track from his lp “Warm Wave” recorded may 8th 1964 with the Claus Ogerman Orchestra
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