I´ll start my program with Charlie Ventura on tenor and baritone sax, track from the lp “Ventura at Pasadena Civic Auditorium, California 1949” Conte Condoli: trumpet, Benny Green: trombone, Boots Mussulli: Alto sax, Roy Kral: piano, Kenny O’ Brien: bass, Ed Shaughnessy: drums (Body and Soul)
The Jazz Couriers, track from the lp “The Couriers of Jazz” recorded april 1960 Tubby Hayes & Ronnie Scott: tenor sax, Terry Shannon: piano, Jeff Clyne: bass, Bill Eyden: drums( After Tea)
Drummer Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers track from his lp “First Flight to Tokyo-The Lost 1961 Recordings” recorded January 14th 1961 Lee Morgan; trumpet, Wayne Shorter: tenor sax, Bobby Timmons: piano, Jimmy Merritt: bass ( Moanin”)
The Greatest Swing Band in the World………..is British lp on PYE records, recorded September 1975 drums: Bobby Orr, Bass: Lenny Bush, Guitar: Ernie Shear, Piano: Stan Butcher, Saxophones: Ronnie Ross, Ronnie Chamberlain, Danny Moss, Henry McKenzie, Dennis Walton,Trumpets: Duncan Campbell,Derek Healy, Leon Calvert,Alan Downey, Trombones: Wally Smith, Bill Geldard, David Horler ( Bugle Call Rag)
Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon, track from his lp “The Montmartre Collection, vol.2” recorded in Copenhagen 20th july 1967 with Kenny Drew: piano, Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen: bass, Albert “Tootie” Heath: drums ( Body and Soul )
The Ben Webster special track 170/520 this week the lp “Steen Vig’s Jazz Orchestra” recorded at Padborg Jazzclub march 19th 1966 with Steen Vig: saxes, Valdemar Rasmussen: trumpet, Bjorn Jensen: banjo & guitar, Jens Solund: bass, Leif Johansson: drums ( Mop Mop)
Alto saxophonist Arne Domnerus, track from his lp “Swedish Modern Jazz” recorded in 1956/57 with Gunnar Svensson: piano, Georg Riedel: bass, Egil Johansen: drums ( Topsy Theme)
Two Swedes in New York—Arne Domnerus: alto sax & Bengt Hallberg: piano, track from the lp “Downtown Meeting” recorded septmber 5th 1978 with Clark Terry: trumpet, George Mraz: bass, Oliver Jackson: drums ( Gone with the Wind)
Composer/Arranger Harry Arnold track from his lp “This is Harry and the Mystery Band” recorded February 1957 with Bengt-Arne Wallin, Ake Persson, Arne Domnerus, Rolf Lindell, Carl Hendrik Norin, Bengt Hallberg, Simon Brehm, Egil Johansen ( Our love is here to stay)
On trumpet/flugelhorn you’ll hear Ack van Rooyen, track from his lp “Then and Now” the Artistry of Ack and Jerry van Rooyen recordings from 1975/2020 Van Rooyen with the Metropole Orchestra ( Ballad of the Sad Young Man)
Vibraphonist Cal Tjader, track from his lp “A Night at the Blackhawk” recorded in 1958 with Jose “Chombo” Silva: tenor sax, Vince Guaraldi: piano, Al McKibbon: bass, Willie Bobo: drums & timbales, Mongo Santamaria: percussion ( A Night in Tunesia)
Tenor saxophonist Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis track from the lp “Tenors Wild and Mild” recorded in 1951 ( But Beautiful)
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