Start my program with bassist Laurence Cottle, track from his album “Five Seasons” recorded in 1992 with Richard Cottle: keyboards, Nigel Hitchcock: saxes, Jeremy Stacy: drums , Jim Mullen: guitar, Tubby Wadlow: trombone, Paul Sprong: trumpet
Modern Jazz Quartet, track from “Free Trade Hall” recorded December 4th 1959 Milt Jackson: vibes, John Lewis: piano, Percy Heath: bass, Connie Kay: drums, Ronnie Ross: baritone sax, Joe Harriott: alto sax
Pianist Harold Mabern, track from the lp “A Few Miles from Memphis”recorded in 1968 with Bill Lee: bass, Walter Perkins: drums, George Coleman & Buddy Terry: tenor saxes
Guitarist Randy Johnson, track from his album “Hommage” with Nat Reeves: bass, Kenny Washington: drums, Xavier Davis: piano, Jim Rotondi: trumpet, Wayne Coniglio: trombone, Eric Alexander: tenor sax, Nick Brignola: baritone sax
Hammond organist Charles Earland, track from the cd “Live” with Eric Alexander: tenor sax, Jim Rotondi: trumpet, Bob DeVos: guitar, Greg Rockinham: drums
Tenor saxophonist Harry Allen, track from “Live at the Stables, Wavendon” recorded may 1993 with Colin Purbrook: piano, Dave Green: bass, Allan Ganley: drums
The Ben Webster special, track 245/520 this week Ben’s lp with Art Tatum, recorded September 11th 1956 with Red Callender: bass, Bill Douglas: drums
Pianist Dave Brubeck, track from the lp “Back Home” recorded in 1979 with Chris Brubeck: bass, Jerry Bergonzi: tenor sax, Butch Miles: drums
Pianist Will Boulware, track from the cd “Take Five” recorded in 2005 with Richard Bona: electric bass, Lonnie Plaxico: acoustic bass, Billy Kilson: drums
Drummer Art Blakey, track from “Get the Message” recorded January 1966 with Frank Mitchell: tenor sax, Chuck Mangione: trumpet, Keith Jarrett: piano, Reggie Workman: bass
Tenor saxophonist Ferdinand Povel, track from “Live in Soest” recorded in 1998 with Martijn van Iterson: guitar, Rob Langereis: bass, Chris Barchett: drums
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