I´ll start my program with Toots Thielemans(harmonica) and Rob Franken on the Fender Rhodes, first(of three tracks) from the new release “Toots meets Rob Franken—the studio sessions 1973-1983)Dutch Jazz Archives( Nederlands Jazz Archief) recorded November 2nd 1982 with Peter Tiehuis: guitar, Theo de Jong: bass, Bruno Castellucci: drums
Tenor saxophonist Stan Getz, track from “In Sweden 1958-1960 recorded in Sundbyberg, august 26th 1958 with Lars Gullin: baritone sax, Ake Persson: trombone Benny Bailey: trumpet, Bengt Hallberg: piano, Gunnar Johnson: bass, William Schioppfe: drums
Tenor saxophonist Rusty Bryant, track from his lp “For the good times” recorded march 9th 1973 with Hank Jones: fender Rhodes, Joe Beck & Hugh McCracken: guitars, Tony Levin: bass, Steve Gadd: drums
Second track from Toots and Rob Franken, recorded in Hilversum January 12th 1978 with James Leary: bass, Eddie Marshall: drums, Ferdinand Povel: tenor sax
Composer/arranger Manny Albam, track from the lp “The Blues is Everybody’s Business” recorded September 9th 1957 with soloists Gene Quill & Phil Woods on alto sax, Vinnie Burke: bass, Al Cohn: tenor sax,Nick Travis & Ernie Royal: trumpet
The Ben Webster special. Track 183/520 now “Ben Webster’s first concert in Denmark” recorded January 10th 1965 with Kenny Drew: piano, Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen: bass, Alex Riel: drums
Tenor saxophonist Zoot Sims, track from his lp “Zoot at Ronnie Scott’s” recorded November 14th 1961 with Stan Tracey: piano, Kenny Napper: bass, Jackie Dougan: drums
Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon, track from the lp “Dexterity” recorded june 5th 1947 with Wardell Gray: tenor sax, Charles Fox: piano. Red Callender: bass, Chuck Thompson: drums
Third track from Toots with Rob Franken, recorded January 10th 1973 with Rob Langereis: bass, Eric Ineke: drums
Tenor saxophonist John Hardee, track from “A Little Blue” recorded july 26th 1975 with Gen Conners: trombone, Gerry Wiggins: piano, Bill Pemberton: bass, Oliver Jackson: drums
Composer/arranger and on piano: Marty Paich, track from his lp “The Broadway Bit” recorded may 13th 1959 with Art Pepper: alto sax, Jimmy Giuffre: baritone sax, Bill Perkins: tenor sax, George Roberts: trombone, Frank Beach & Stu Wiliamson: trumpets, Victor Feldman: vibes & percussion, Scott LaFaro: bass, Mel Lewis: drums
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