I´ll start my program with organist Jimmy Smith, track from his lp “Home Cookin’ “recorded july 15th 1958 with Percy France: tenor sax, Kenny Burrell: guitar, Donald Bailey: drums
Tenor saxophonist Jack Sels, track from his lp “Minor Works” recorded in 1958 with Jean Fanis: piano, Jean Warland: bass, Rudy Frankel: drums
Arranger/Conductor Dennis Farnon, track from “Caution!! Men Swinging” recorded in L.A. 1956 with Jack Dumont & Brian Farnon: alto sax, Ted Nash & Gene Cipriano: tenor sax, Chuck Genrty: baritone sax, Howard Roberts: guitar, Lou Levy: piano, Clif Hils: bass, Alvin Stoller: drums
Drummer Oliver Jackson, track from the cd “The Definitive Black and Blue Sessions” recorded February 28th 1979 with Cliff Smalls: piano, Leonard Gaskin: bass
The Duke Ellington big band , track from the cd “Three Suites” recorded may 1960, part. 1: Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker Suite
Pianist Stan Tracey, track from “The 1959 Sessions” with Kenny Napper: double bass, Phil Seamen: drums
Tenor saxophonist Percy France, track from “Flamingo Café” recorded march 23rd 1986 with Bob Neloms: piano, Leonard Gaskin: bass, Rudy Lawless: drums ( this is an especially rare example of Percy performing a Sonny Rollins composition…”Sonnymoon for Two” )
The Ben Webster special, track 179/520, this week “Ben at Ronnie Scott’s Club—The Punch” recorded December 11th 1964 with Stan Tracey: piano, Rick Laird: bass, Jackie Dougan: drums
Tenor saxophonist Jack Sels, track from the lp “Minor Works” recorded in Brussels 1964 with Saxorama ( Phillip Catherine on guitar, Al Jones on drums)
Big band from Charlie Barnet “The Capitol Big Band Sessions” recorded august 16th 1949 with Manny Albam: baritone sax, Charlie Barnet: Alto and tenor sax, Claude Wiliamson: piano, Eddie Safranski: bass, Tiny Kahn: drums
On violin you’ll hear Stephane Grappell with Phil Woods on alto sax, recorded september 22nd 1987 with Marc Fosset: guitar, John Burr: bass, Louis Bellson: drums
The Atlantic Family at Montreux, recorded in 1977 Herbie Mann: flute, Jaroslav Jakubovic: soprano sax, Sonny Fortune & David Newman: alto sax, Dick Morrissey, Molly Duncan, Klaus Doldinger: tenor sax, Roger Ball: keyboards, Onnie McIntyre, Hamish Stuart & Jim Mullen: guitars, Alan Gorrie: bass, Steve Ferrone: drums, Raphael Cruz & Sammy Figuroa: percussion
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