I´ll start my program with the big band from pianist Stan Kenton, track from the lp “New Concepts of Artistry in Rhythm” recorded in Chicago September 8th 1952 with Conte Candoli, Maynard Ferguson, Frank Rosolino, Bill Russo, Lee Konitz, Richie Kamuca, Bill Holman, Sal Salvador, Don Bagley, Stan Levey ( Prologue-This is an Orchestra)
Composer/Arranger Harry Arnold, track from the lp “Premiar!!” recorded in Stockholm October 3rd 1956 with Arne Domnerus, Johnny Ekh, Georg Riedel, Egil Johansen,Bengt Hallberg, Bjarne Nerem, Andreas Skjold, Bengt-Arne Wallin ( Robin’s Nest)
Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon, track from “Live at Carnegie Hall” recorded September 23rd 1978 with special guest Johnny Griffin, George Cables: piano, Rufus Reid: bass, Eddie Gladden: drums ( Cheesecake)
Clarinetist Putte Wickman, track from “The Putte Wickman Sextet” recorded December 15th 1960 with Harry Backlund: tenor sax, Robert Edman: drums, Erik Lundborg: bass, Eje Thelin: trombone,Sune Larsson: guitar ( Danderyd)
The Ben Webster special, track 172/520 Ben at Newport Jazz Festival, Freebodypark-Rhode Island july 4th 1958 with Rex Stewart: cornet, Cootie Williams: trumpet, Hilton Jefferson: alto sax, Ben Webster: tenor sax, Tyree Glenn: trombone, Billy Strayhorn: piano, Oscar Pettiford: bass, Sonny Greer: drums ( Rockin’in Rhythm)
Second track from pianist Stan Kenton, now his recording “Brigham Young University” recorded august 13th 1971 ( Theme from Love Story)
Pianist Barry Harris with a very special recording with his students(his singers group)recorded in New York City april 24th 1998 with George Mraz: bass, Leroy Williams: drums ( Autumn in New York)
Tenor saxophonist Hans Dulfer, track from “I didn’t Ask” recorded april 23rd 1981 with Candy Dulfer: alto sax, Jeff Reynolds: trumpet, Franklin Batta: vocals, Wilfred Kempenaar: guitar, Pablo Nahar: bass, Eddy Veldman: drums ( A Home is not a House)
Vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson, track from his lp “The Kicker” recorded December 29th 1963 with Joe Henderson: tenor sax, Grant Green: guitar, Duke Pearson: piano, Bob Cranshaw: bass, Al Harewood: drums ( Step Lightly)
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