I’ll start my program with tenor saxophonist Barney Wilen, track from his lp “Jazz sur Seine” recorded February 14th 1958 in Paris with Milt Jackson: piano, Percy Heath: bass, Kenny Clarke: drums, Gana M’Bow: percussion
Tenor saxophonist Lucky Thompson, track from the lp “Goodbye Yesterday” recorded in 1972 with Cedar Walton: piano, Larry Ridley: bass, Billy Higgins: drums
On flute and tenor sax( 2 tracks in this program)Herbie Mann “Herbie Mann and the Wessel Ilcken trio” recorded in Hilversum November 8th 1956, Pim Jacobs: piano, Ruud Jacobs: bass, Ado Broodboom: trumpet and Ilcken on drums
The Bill Charlap trio, track from this new cd “Street of Dreams” recorded may 24th 2021 Bill Charlap: piano, Peter Washington: bass, Kenny Washington: drums
The Stan Kenton Big Band, track from his lp “Cuban Fire” recorded may 24th 1956, Kenton: piano, Curtis Counce: bass, Mel Lewis: drums, Bill Perkins & Lucky Thompson: tenor sax
The Ben Webster special, track 166/520 this week “Ben meets Piet Noordijk live in Groningen” recorded February 2nd 1973 at the Koffer with Irv Rochlin: piano, Rob Langereis: bass, Tony Inzalaco: drums
Pianist Wynton Kelly, track from the lp “Interpretations” recorded in 1967 with Hank Mobley: tenor sax, Cecil McBee; bass, Jimmy Cobb: drums
Guitarist O”Donel Levy, track from the lp “Simba” recorded july 2nd 1973 with Tony Levin: bass, Steve Gadd: drums, Warren Bernhardt: keyboards
Vibraphonist Terry Gibbs, track from ”Hootenanny my way” recorded in 1963 with Al Epstein: tenor sax, Alice McLeod: piano, Jimmy Raney: guitar, Williams Wood: bass, Al Belding: drums
On trumpet & flugelhorn you’ll hear Clark Terry track from the lp “The Happy Horns of Clark Terry” recorded in 1964 with Phil Woods: alto sax, Ben Webster: tenor sax, Roger Kellaway: piano, Milt Hinton: bass, Walter Perkins: drums
Drummer & vocals Wessel Ilcken, track from the EP “His Voice His Drums His Combo” recorded in 1957 Toon van Vliet: saxes, Ado Broodboom: trumpet, Pim Jacobs: piano, Ruud Jacobs: bass(this is the last recording of Wessel before he died on july 13th 1957)
Tenor saxophonist Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis track from his album “Lock, The Fox” recorded in 1966 with Les Spann: electric guitar, Ross Tompkins: piano, Russell George: bass, Chuck Lampkin: drums, Ray Barretto: congas
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