Start my program with tenor saxophonist Stanley Turrentine, track from his lp “The Sugar Man” recorded june 1973 with Harold Mabern: electric piano, Ron Carter: bass, Idris Muhammad: drums, Eric Gale: guitar, Rubens Bassini: congas
Tenor saxophonist Hidehiko “Sleepy” Matsumoto track from the lp “Eternal Dreams” recorded November 18th 1996 with 2nd tenorist Johnny Griffin, Antonio Hart: alto sax, Trumpet: Lew Soloff, Vibes: Joe Locke, Cyrus Chestnut: piano, George Mraz: bass, Lewis Nash: drums, Steve Berrios: percussion
Hammond organist Raphael Wressnig, track from his new cd “Live-More Groove, More Good Times” recorded in 2022 with Igor Prado: guitar, Yuri Prado: drums
Alto and soprano saxophonist Gerlo Hesselink, track from his cd “Garden of Stones” recorded January 17 & 18th 2013 with Dirk Balthaus: piano, Johan Plomp: bass, Henk Zomer: drums
The Millennium Jazz Orchestra , track from “Distrust All Rules” plays the music of Henri Gerrits with baritone saxophonist Job Helmers
The Ben Webster special, track 237/520-this week Ben with the Duke Ellington Band “The Duke at Fargo” recorded at the Crystal Ballroom, Fargo November 7th 1940
The Big Four , track from the lp “Live” recorded in 1977 Hidehiko “Sleepy” Matsumoto: tenor sax, Hachida Nakamura: piano, Mitsuru Ono: bass, George Kawaguchi: drums +++The Swinging Beavers Big Band
The Johnny Keating Big Band, track from his lp “Swing Revisited” recorded in 1963 with the English All Star Band, Tubby Hayes, Jimmy Deuchar, Ronnie Chamberlain, Keith Christie, Freddie Logan, Ronnie Verrell
The Millennium Jazz Orchestra, track from the new cd “Both Sides Now” with Marjorie Barnes, arranged and conducted by Joan Reinders, soloist on alto sax Gerlo Hesselink
Trumpeter Lasse Lindgren, track from “The Unrecorded Fox” recorded in Gothenburg, February 13 & 15th 2017, soloist on baritone sax Erik Kristoffersson
Tenor saxophonist Klas Toresson, track from his cd “Fundamentals” recorded January 24 & 25th 2022 with Leo Lindberg: piano, Erik Soderlind: guitar, Kenji Rabson: bass, Moussa Fadera: drums
Trumpeter Lee Morgan, track from his lp “Cornbread” recorded September 18th 1965 with Jackie McLean: alto sax, Hank Mobley: tenor sax, Herbie Hancock: piano, Larry Ridley: bass, Billy Higgins: drums
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