I’ll start my program with two tenor saxophonists Eddie Harris & Wendell Harrison, track from “The Battle of the Tenors” recorded September 4th 1994with Alex Rigowski: guitar, Ralph Armstrong: electric bass, Tom Starr: drums ( Tenor Madness)
Tenor and alto saxophonist Sonny Stitt , track from Stitt’s It” recorded October 8th 1950 with Bill Massey: trumpet, Matthew McGhee:trombone, Gene Ammons: baritone sax, Junior Mance: piano, Gene Wright: bass, Wesley Landers: drums (After you’ve Gone)
Tenor saxophonist James Moody, track from” Moody 4B” recorded july 2008 with Kenny Barron: piano, Todd Coolman: bass, Lewis Nash: drums (Hot House)
Vibraphonist Terry Gibbs, track from “Flying Home, vol.3” recorded in Hollywood at the Seville march 19th 1959 with Richie Kamuca,Pete Jolly, Max Bennett, Buddy Clark,Med Flory, Bill Holman, Frank Rosolino(I’m getting sentimental over you)
Alto saxophonist Rolf Billberg, track from “Rare Danish Recordings” recorded January 1st 1961 with Bent Axen: piano, Niels H. O. Pedersen: bass,Finn Fredriksen: drums, Lars Gullin: baritone sax (Yesterdays)
Hammond organist Richard “Groove” Holmes track from “After Hours” recorded in 1961 with Joe Pass: guitar, Lawrence Marable: drums (Sweatin”)
The Ben Webster special, track 168/520, this week “Live at Pio’s” Pio’s Lodge-Rhode Island February 18th 1964 with Junior Mance: piano, Bob Cranshaw: bass, Mickey Roker: drums ( Pennies from Heaven)
Tenor saxophonist Eddie Harris track from his album “There was a time-Echo of Harlem” recorded may 9th 1990 with Kenny Barron: piano, Cecil McBee; bass, Ben Riley: drums ( Lover come back to me)
The Great Jazz Trio, track from the lp “Direct from L.A.” recorded October 6th 1977 Hank Jones: piano, Ron Carter: bass, Tony Williams: drums ( A Night in Tunesia)
Drummer Bernard Purdie, track from “Coolin’and Groovin” recorded in 1995 with Mr. Alligator Boogaloo(Lou Donaldson) on alto sax,Chuck Rainey: bass, David T. Walker: guitar, Sonny Phillips: organ, Bill Bivens: tenor sax,Virgil Jones: trumpet, Pancho Morales: percussion (Misty)
Tenor saxophonist Spike Robinson, track from his album “London Reprise” recorded in 1984 with Martin Taylor: guitar, Dave Green: bass, Spike Wells: drums ( There’s no greater love)
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