Start my program with drummer Clark Tracey, track from his new album “The Legacy” with Dominic Galea: piano, Alan Barnes: saxes, Alan Somogyi: bass, Mark Armstrong: trumpet
Tenor saxophonist Paul Heller, track from “Special Edition vol. 2” recorded October 24th 2011 with Olaf Polziehn: piano, John Goldsby: bass, Al Foster: drums
Tenor saxophonist Dick Morrissey, track from “It’s Morrissey, Man!!!” recorded april 27th 1961 with Stan Jones: piano, Malcolm Cecil: bass, Colin Barnes: drums
Trumpeter Kenny Dorham, track from his album “Afro Cuban” recorded march 29th 1955 with J.J. Johnson: trombone, Hank Mobley: tenor sax, Cecil Payne: baritone sax, Horace Silver: piano, Oscar Pettiford: bass, Carlos “Potato” Valdez: congas, Art Blakey: drums
The Ben Webster special, track 201/520 this week Ben with Stan Tracey with a track from “Soho Nights vol. 1” Ben: tenor, San Tracey: piano, Dave Green: bass, Tony Crombie: drums
The Dutch Jazz Collective new recording on Zennez records , main soloist on the cd are Jan van Duinkerken: trumpet & Benjamin Herman: alto sax
The Bernard van Rossum Flamenco Big Band, track from “Del Rio A La Mar” also a Zennez recording
Tenor saxophonist Zoot Sims, recorded September 16th1950 with John Lewis: piano, Curly Russell: bass, Don Lamond: drums
Tenor saxophonist Lester Young , recorded January 16th 1951 with John Lewis: piano, Gene Ramey: bass, Jo Jones: drums
Trombonist Chris Barber, track from his album “Echoes of Ellington vol.1” recorded june3 1976 with Pat Halcox: trumpet, John Crocker: saxes, clarinet, John Slaugter: guitar, Johnny McCallm: guitar, banjo, Jackie Flavelle: bass, Pete York: drums
Amstel Octet, track from the album “Hazy Hugs” recorded September 22nd 1985 Chet Baker & Edu Ninck Blok: trumpets, Evert Hekkema: baritone horn, Kees van Lier: alto sax, Dick de Graaf: tenor sax, Jan Vennik: baritone sax, Bert van den Brink: piano, Hein van de Geyn: bass, John Engels: drums
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