Start my program with drummer Tony Crombie, track from his lp “Drums, Drums, Drums” recorded in London 1959 with Ronnie Scott, Tubby Hayes, Stan Tracey
Drummer Louis Bellson, track from “Skin Deep” recorded February 1954 with Don Elliott: trumpet, vibes, bongos, Ralph Martin: piano, Joe Puma: guitar, Bob Peterson: bass
Alto saxophonist Art Pepper, track from “Art Pepper meets the Rhythm Section” recorded January 19th 1957 with Red Garland: piano, Paul Chambers: bass, Philly Joe Jones: drums
Tenor saxophonist Michael Cheret, track from his album “Caliente” recorded in 2021 with Alfio Origilo: piano, Brice Berrerd: bass, Elvire Jouve: drums
Alto saxophonist Bud Shank and on flugelhorn Shorty Rogers track from the lp “California Concert” recorded may 19th 1985 with George Cables: piano, Monty Budwig: bass, Sherman Ferguson: drums
The Ben Webster special, track 197/520 Ben with Art Tatum, recorded September 11th 1956 with Red Callender: bass, Bill Douglass: drums
Tenor saxophonist Harry Allen, track from his cd “Harry Allen plays Ellington Songs” recorded july 28th 1999 with Bill Charlap: piano, Peter Washington: bass, Kenny Washington: drums
Pianist Bill Evans, track from “Morning Glory” recorded june 24th 1973 at the Teatro Gran Rex in Buenos Aires with Eddie Gomez: bass, Marty Morell: drums
Drummer Butch Miles, track from his album “Straight on till Morning” recorded January 3rd 2003 with Bob Ojeda: trumpet, Bill Porter: trombone, Doug Lawrence: tenor saxophone, Kenny Drew Jr: piano, Lynn Seaton: bass, Frank Wess: tenor sax & flute, Alex Saudargas: classical guitar
Tenor saxophonist Gene Cipriano, track from his album “First Time Out” with Tom Ranier: piano, Trey Henry: bass + strings
Hammond organist Joey DeFrancesco track from his album “Live at the 5 Spot” recorded in 1993 Paul Bollenback: guitar, Byron Landham: drums plus special guest Houston Person
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