I´ll start my program with composer/arranger Harry Arnold, track from his lp “Flight SK 641” recorded in 1958 with Arne Domnerus, Rolf Backman,Bjarne Nerem, Johnny Ekh, Benny Bailey, Ake Persson, Bengt Hallberg, Simon Brehm, Egil Johansen (Laura)
Tenor saxophonist Sam Butera, track from his lp “The Big Horn” recorded in 1958 with his band “The Witnesses” ( La Vie en Rose)
The Jazz All Stars ( Aurex Jazz Festival) recorded Budokan September 1st 1981 with J.J. Johnson & Kai Winding: trombone, Clark Terry: trumpet, Dexter Gordon: tenor sax, Tommy Flanagan: piano, Kenny Burrell: guitar, Richard Davis: bass, Roy Haynes: drums ( The Snapper)
Guitarist Philippe Coignet with a track from the cd “EHA Paris-Rio-New York” (Mars)
Pianist Bill Evans track from his lp “California Here I Come” recorded august 1967 at the Village Vanguard with Eddie Gomez: bass, Philly Joe Jones: drums ( Wrap your troubles in dreams)
The Ben Webster special, track 171/520, Ben on the lp” Milt Hinton and Friends” Here Swings the Judge with Jon Faddis: trumpet, Bud Johnson, Frank Wess and Ben on tenor sax, John Bunch: piano, Milt Hinton: bass, Jo Jones: drums ( Stridin’ with Ben part.2”)
On vocals you’ll hear Cynthia Thijs Coenraad track from hear cd “Walk your own Line” (will be released end of January!!) Cynthia with the Snarky Puppy Horn section and on flute Ronald Snijders (Is it Me)
Tenor saxophonist Tina Brooks, track from “The Waiting Game” recorded march 2nd 1961 with Johnny Coles: trumpet, Kenny Drew: piano, Wilbur Ware: bass, Philly Joe Jones: drums ( Talkin’ About)
Alto saxophonist Arne Domnerus, track from the lp “The Music of Georg Riedel” recorded in 1984 with Claes Rosendahl: tenor sax, Bengt Hallberg: piano, Rune Gustafsson: guitar, Georg Riedel: bass, Egil Johanssen: drums ( Kommentar)
Tenor saxophonist Brew Moore track from his lp “Brew Moore in Europe” recorded September 26th 1962 with Lars Gullin: baritone sax, Bent Axen: piano, Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen: bass, William Schioppfe: drums ( You Stepped out of a Dream)
The Norman Granz Jam Session “7” recorded September 2nd 1953 Roy Eldridge & Dizzy Gillespie: trumpets, Johnny Hodges: alto sax, Illinois Jaquet, Flip Phillips & Ben Webster: tenor sax, Lionel Hampton: vibes, Oscar Peterson: piano, Ray Brown: bass, Buddy Rich: drums ( Just You, Just Me)
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