I´ll start my program with alto saxophonist Arne Domnerus track from the lp “The Sheik” recorded april 19th 1979 with Jan Allen: trumpet, Jimmy Rowles: piano, Georg Riedel: bass, Rune Carlsson: drums ( Au Privave)
Composer/Arranger Quincy Jones, track from his lp “This is how I Feel about Jazz” recorded September 29th 1956 with Art Farmer, Bernie Glow, Ernie Royal, Joe Wilder: trumpets, Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green: trombone, Phil Woods: alto sax, Jerome Richardson: flute & tenor sax, Lucky Thompson & Bunny Bardach: tenor sax, Jack Nimitz: baritone sax, Hank Jones: piano, Paul Chambers: bass, Charlie Persip: drums ( Walkin’)
Blue Moods: Diego Rivera: tenor sax, Art Hirahara: piano, Boris Kozlov: bass, Joe Strasser: drums recorded june 4th 2021 ( Tonight at Noon)
Alto saxophonist Arne Domnerus track from “Septet in Concert” recorded October 31st 1996 with Lennart Aberg: tenor sax, Bosse Broberg: trumpet, Rune Gustafsson: guitar, Bengt Hallberg: piano, Georg Riedel: bass, Egil Johansen: drums ( Mobil III)
Guitarist Peter Tiehuis, track from his new cd ”Heart in Mind” recorded february 2019 with Karel Boehlee: keyboards, Theo de Jong: bass, Jasper van Hulten: drums, Martin Verdonk: percussion ( Boost the Beat)
On trumpet you’ll hear Miles Davis with tenor saxophonist Lester Young track from the lp “Live in Europe 1956” recorded at Stadhalle, Freiburg November 12th 1956 with Milt Jackson: vibes, John Lewis: piano, Percy Heath: bass, Connie Kay: drums ( How High the Moon” )
The Ben Webster special, track 173/520 “Ben Webster in Norway” recorded in 1970 with Tore Sandnaes: piano, Bjorn Alterhaug: bass, Kjell Johansen: drums ( Sunday)
Second track with Miles Davis , track from “live at Birdland”, recorded October 1957 with Bobby Jaspar: tenor sax, Tommy Flanagan: piano, Paul Chambers: bass, Philly Joe Jones: drums ( All of You)
Baritone saxophonist Pepper Adams, track from his recording “Plays Charles Mingus” recorded September 9th 1963 with Thad Jones: trumpet, Hank Jones: piano, Paul Chambers: bass, Dannie Richmond: drums ( Black Light)
Big Band from clarinetist/saxophonist Woody Herman, track from “Live at Concord Jazz Festival” recorded in 1980 with a feature for tenor saxophonist Stan Getz ( The Dolphin)
Hammond organist Rhoda Scott, track from her cd “Feelin’ the Groove” recorded july 11th 1993 with Houston Person: tenor sax, Steve Phillips: drums ( Nizza)
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