I´ll start my program with the Buddy Rich big band, track from “Big Swing Face” recorded at the Chez Club Hollywood February 25th 1967 with Ernie Watts on alto sax (Apples)
The Stan Kenton Big Band, track from the lp “The Creative World of Stan Kenton” recorded December 22nd 1947 with (soloist)Jack Costanzo: bongos, Chico Alvarez: trumpet, Bob Cooper: tenor sax, Eddie Bert: trombone, Art Pepper: alto sax, Al Porcino: trumpet, Stan Kenton: piano, Eddie Safranski: bass, Shelly Manne: drums (Harlem Holiday)
Guitarist Thorgeir Stubo, track from his lp “Live at Jazz Alive” recorded in Oslo September 7th 1983 with Bernt Rosengren: tenor sax, Egil Kapstad: piano, Terje Venaas: bass, Egil Johansen: drums ( My Shining Hour)
Guitarist Alexander Brott track from his album “The Aesthetic Attitude” recorded December 2020 with Stefano Doglioni: bass clarinet, Ari Roland: bass, Keith Balla: drums ( 2 tracks this week Mosaic and Shake)
Nueva Manteca 2 tracks from the new cd “Art” a tribute to Art Blakey and his Jazz Messengers with Ben van den Dungen: Tenor and Soprano Sax, Oscar Cordero: trumpet, Marc Bischoff: piano, Samuel Ruiz: bass, Enrique Firpi: drums, Nils Fischer: congas, percussion (Blues March & Dat Dere)
The Ben Webster special track 176/520 now his lp “Ben Webster ad Associates” recorded in N.Y. City april 9th 1959 Roy Eldridge: trumpet, Coleman Hawkins, Budd Johnson & Ben Webster: tenor sax, Jimmy Jones: piano, Les Spann: guitar, Ray Brown: bass, Jo Jones: drums (In a Mellow Tone)
Pianist Michael Weiss, track from his new album “Persistence” recorded in 2021 on Cellar Live records with Eric Alexander: tenor sax, Paul Gill: bass, Pete van Nostrand: drums (Birthday Blues)
Composer/Arranger Pete Rugolo track from his lp “ 10 Saxophones and 2 Basses” recorded November 8th 1961 Alto sax: Bud Shank & Gus Bivona, Bass Saxophone: Bill Hood & Chuck Gentry, Tenor saxes: Vido Musso, Bill Perkins, Bob Cooper,Plas Johnson, Gene Cipriano, Saxophone (C Melody): Russ Cheever++Jimmy Rowles: piano, Joe Mondragon & Red Mitchell: bass, Shelly Manne: drums, Howard Roberts: guitar ( Sophisticated Lady)
Vibraphonist Jay Hoggard track from his album “The Fountain” recorded july 10th 1991 with Kenny Burrell: guitar, James Weidman: piano, Marcus McLaurine: bass, Yoron Israel: drums ( Stomping at the Savoy)
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