Start my program with tenor saxophonist Ronnie Scott, track from his lp “At The Royal Festival Hall” recorded February 18th 1956 with Jimmy Deuchar & Les Condon: trumpets, Ken Wray: trombone, Derek Humble: alto sax, Ronnie & Peter King: tenor saxes, Benny Green: baritone sax, Stan Tracey: piano, Lennie Bush: bass, Tony Crombie: drums
Trumpeter Dizzy Reece, track from the lp ”Star Bright” recorded November 19th 1959 with some of the finest musicans Hank Mobley on tenor, Wynton Kelly: piano, Paul Chambers: bass, Art Taylor: drums
Pianist Tania Giannouli, track from the cd “Solo” release date june 8th recorded in Athens
Saxophonist and on clarinet John Crocker, track from his lp “Fine and Dandy” recorded april 6th 1983 with Roger Munns: piano, Vic Pitt: bass, Pete York: drums
On tenor and alto sax Sonny Stitt, track from the new release “Boppin’in Baltimore- Live at the Leftbank” recorded November 11th 1975 with Kenny Barron: piano, Sam Jones: bass, Louis Hayes: drums
The Ben Webster special, track 235/520 this week Ben’s recording from 1944 “The Quartet” recorded march 25th 1944 with Marlow Morris: piano, John Simmons: bass, Big Sid Catlett: drums
The New cd from the Millennium Jazz Orchestra with Marjorie Barnes on vocals “Both Sides Now” composer/arranger Joan Reinders , 2 tracks in this program (on trumpet you’ll hear Suzan Veneman)
Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon track from “Live at Stiftshof” recorded july 3rd 1969 with Dusko Gojkovic: trumpet, Larry Vuckovic: piano, Isla Eckinger: bass, Makaya Ntshoko: drums
On the Hammond organ Rhoda Scott, track from “R.S. and sisters in Jazz” recorded January 17th 2023 at the Vibraphonissimo Festival with Tini Tomsen: baritone sax, Izabella Effenberg: vibes, Julie Saury: drums
Second track from The Millennium Jazz Orchestra’s new cd “Both Sides Now” featuring Marjorie Barnes
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