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program no.1113

  • I´ll start my program with alto saxophonist Arne Domnerus track from the lp “The Sheik” recorded april 19th 1979 with Jan Allen: trumpet, Jimmy Rowles: piano, Georg Riedel: bass, Rune Carlsson: drums ( Au Privave)
  • Composer/Arranger Quincy Jones, track from his lp “This is how I Feel about Jazz” recorded September 29th 1956 with Art Farmer, Bernie Glow, Ernie Royal, Joe Wilder: trumpets, Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green: trombone, Phil Woods: alto sax, Jerome Richardson: flute & tenor sax, Lucky Thompson & Bunny Bardach: tenor sax, Jack Nimitz: baritone sax, Hank Jones: piano, Paul Chambers: bass, Charlie Persip: drums ( Walkin’)
  • Blue Moods: Diego Rivera: tenor sax, Art Hirahara: piano, Boris Kozlov: bass, Joe Strasser: drums recorded june 4th 2021 ( Tonight at Noon)
  • Alto saxophonist Arne Domnerus track from “Septet in Concert” recorded October 31st 1996 with Lennart Aberg: tenor sax, Bosse Broberg: trumpet, Rune Gustafsson: guitar, Bengt Hallberg: piano, Georg Riedel: bass, Egil Johansen: drums ( Mobil III)
  • Guitarist Peter Tiehuis, track from his new cd ”Heart in Mind” recorded february 2019 with Karel Boehlee: keyboards, Theo de Jong: bass, Jasper van Hulten: drums, Martin Verdonk: percussion ( Boost the Beat)
  • On trumpet you’ll hear Miles Davis with tenor saxophonist Lester Young track from the lp “Live in Europe 1956” recorded at Stadhalle, Freiburg November 12th 1956 with Milt Jackson: vibes, John Lewis: piano, Percy Heath: bass, Connie Kay: drums ( How High the Moon” )
  • The Ben Webster special, track 173/520 “Ben Webster in Norway” recorded in 1970 with Tore Sandnaes: piano, Bjorn Alterhaug: bass, Kjell Johansen:  drums ( Sunday)
  • Second track with Miles Davis , track from “live at Birdland”, recorded October 1957 with Bobby Jaspar: tenor sax, Tommy Flanagan: piano, Paul Chambers: bass, Philly Joe Jones: drums ( All of You)
  • Baritone saxophonist Pepper Adams, track from his recording “Plays Charles Mingus” recorded September 9th 1963 with Thad Jones: trumpet, Hank Jones: piano, Paul Chambers: bass, Dannie Richmond: drums ( Black Light)
  • Big Band from clarinetist/saxophonist Woody Herman, track from “Live at Concord Jazz Festival” recorded in 1980 with a feature for  tenor saxophonist Stan Getz ( The Dolphin)
  • Hammond organist Rhoda Scott, track from her cd “Feelin’ the Groove” recorded july 11th 1993 with Houston Person: tenor sax, Steve Phillips: drums ( Nizza)

program no.1112

  • I´ll start my program with the big band from pianist Stan Kenton, track from the lp “New Concepts of Artistry in Rhythm” recorded in Chicago September 8th 1952 with Conte Candoli, Maynard Ferguson, Frank Rosolino, Bill Russo, Lee Konitz, Richie Kamuca, Bill Holman, Sal Salvador, Don Bagley, Stan Levey ( Prologue-This is an Orchestra)
  • Composer/Arranger Harry Arnold, track from the lp “Premiar!!” recorded in Stockholm October 3rd 1956 with Arne Domnerus, Johnny Ekh, Georg Riedel, Egil Johansen,Bengt Hallberg, Bjarne Nerem, Andreas Skjold, Bengt-Arne Wallin ( Robin’s Nest)
  • Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon, track from “Live at Carnegie Hall” recorded September 23rd 1978 with special guest Johnny Griffin, George Cables: piano, Rufus Reid: bass, Eddie Gladden: drums ( Cheesecake)
  • Clarinetist Putte Wickman, track from “The Putte Wickman Sextet” recorded December 15th 1960 with Harry Backlund: tenor sax, Robert Edman: drums, Erik Lundborg: bass, Eje Thelin: trombone,Sune Larsson: guitar ( Danderyd)
  • The Ben Webster special, track 172/520 Ben at Newport Jazz Festival, Freebodypark-Rhode Island july 4th 1958 with Rex Stewart: cornet, Cootie Williams: trumpet, Hilton Jefferson: alto sax, Ben Webster: tenor sax, Tyree Glenn: trombone, Billy Strayhorn: piano, Oscar Pettiford: bass, Sonny Greer: drums ( Rockin’in Rhythm)
  • Second track from pianist Stan Kenton, now his recording “Brigham Young University” recorded august 13th 1971 ( Theme from Love Story)
  • Pianist Barry Harris with a very special recording with his students(his singers group)recorded in New York City april 24th 1998 with George Mraz: bass, Leroy Williams: drums ( Autumn in New York)
  • Tenor saxophonist Hans Dulfer, track from “I didn’t Ask” recorded april 23rd 1981 with Candy Dulfer: alto sax, Jeff Reynolds: trumpet, Franklin Batta: vocals, Wilfred Kempenaar: guitar, Pablo Nahar: bass, Eddy Veldman: drums ( A Home is not a House)
  • Vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson, track from his lp “The Kicker”  recorded December 29th 1963 with Joe Henderson: tenor sax, Grant Green: guitar, Duke Pearson: piano, Bob Cranshaw: bass, Al Harewood: drums ( Step Lightly)

program no. 1111

  • I´ll start my program with composer/arranger Harry Arnold, track from his lp “Flight SK 641” recorded in 1958 with Arne Domnerus, Rolf Backman,Bjarne Nerem, Johnny Ekh, Benny Bailey,  Ake Persson, Bengt Hallberg, Simon Brehm, Egil Johansen (Laura)
  • Tenor saxophonist Sam Butera, track from his lp “The Big Horn” recorded in 1958 with his band  “The Witnesses” ( La Vie en Rose)
  • The Jazz All Stars ( Aurex Jazz Festival) recorded Budokan September 1st 1981 with J.J. Johnson & Kai Winding: trombone, Clark Terry: trumpet, Dexter Gordon: tenor sax, Tommy Flanagan: piano, Kenny Burrell: guitar, Richard Davis: bass, Roy Haynes: drums ( The Snapper)
  • Guitarist Philippe Coignet with a track from the cd “EHA Paris-Rio-New York”  (Mars)
  • Pianist Bill Evans track from his lp “California Here I Come” recorded august 1967 at the Village Vanguard with Eddie Gomez: bass, Philly Joe Jones: drums  ( Wrap your troubles in dreams)
  • The Ben Webster special, track 171/520, Ben on the lp” Milt Hinton and Friends” Here Swings the Judge with Jon Faddis: trumpet, Bud Johnson, Frank Wess and Ben on tenor sax, John Bunch: piano, Milt Hinton: bass, Jo Jones: drums ( Stridin’ with Ben part.2”)
  • On vocals you’ll hear Cynthia Thijs Coenraad track from hear cd “Walk your own Line” (will be released end of January!!) Cynthia with the Snarky Puppy Horn section and on flute Ronald Snijders (Is it Me)
  • Tenor saxophonist Tina Brooks, track from “The Waiting Game” recorded march 2nd 1961 with Johnny Coles: trumpet, Kenny Drew: piano, Wilbur Ware: bass, Philly Joe Jones: drums ( Talkin’ About)
  • Alto saxophonist Arne Domnerus, track from the lp “The Music of Georg Riedel” recorded in 1984 with Claes Rosendahl: tenor sax, Bengt Hallberg: piano, Rune Gustafsson: guitar, Georg Riedel: bass, Egil Johanssen: drums ( Kommentar)
  • Tenor saxophonist Brew Moore track from his lp “Brew Moore in Europe” recorded September 26th 1962 with Lars Gullin: baritone sax, Bent Axen: piano, Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen: bass, William Schioppfe: drums ( You Stepped out of a Dream)
  • The Norman Granz Jam Session “7” recorded September 2nd 1953 Roy Eldridge & Dizzy Gillespie: trumpets, Johnny Hodges: alto sax, Illinois Jaquet, Flip Phillips & Ben Webster: tenor sax, Lionel Hampton: vibes, Oscar Peterson: piano, Ray Brown: bass, Buddy Rich: drums ( Just You, Just Me)

program no. 1110

  • I´ll start my program with Charlie Ventura on tenor and baritone sax, track from the lp “Ventura at Pasadena Civic Auditorium, California 1949” Conte Condoli: trumpet, Benny Green: trombone, Boots Mussulli: Alto sax, Roy Kral: piano, Kenny O’ Brien: bass, Ed Shaughnessy: drums (Body and Soul)
  • The Jazz Couriers,  track from the lp “The Couriers of Jazz” recorded april 1960 Tubby Hayes & Ronnie Scott: tenor sax, Terry Shannon: piano, Jeff Clyne: bass, Bill Eyden: drums( After Tea)
  • Drummer Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers track from his lp “First Flight to Tokyo-The Lost 1961  Recordings” recorded January 14th 1961 Lee Morgan; trumpet, Wayne Shorter: tenor sax, Bobby Timmons: piano, Jimmy Merritt: bass ( Moanin”)
  • The Greatest Swing Band in the World………..is British lp on PYE records, recorded September 1975 drums: Bobby Orr, Bass: Lenny Bush, Guitar: Ernie Shear, Piano: Stan Butcher, Saxophones: Ronnie Ross, Ronnie Chamberlain, Danny Moss, Henry McKenzie, Dennis Walton,Trumpets: Duncan Campbell,Derek Healy, Leon Calvert,Alan Downey, Trombones: Wally Smith, Bill Geldard, David Horler ( Bugle Call Rag)
  • Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon, track from his lp “The Montmartre Collection, vol.2” recorded in Copenhagen 20th july 1967 with Kenny Drew: piano, Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen: bass, Albert “Tootie” Heath: drums ( Body and Soul )
  • The Ben Webster special  track 170/520 this week the lp “Steen Vig’s Jazz Orchestra” recorded at Padborg Jazzclub march 19th 1966 with Steen Vig: saxes, Valdemar Rasmussen: trumpet, Bjorn Jensen: banjo & guitar, Jens Solund: bass, Leif Johansson: drums ( Mop Mop)
  • Alto saxophonist Arne Domnerus, track from his lp “Swedish Modern Jazz” recorded in 1956/57 with Gunnar Svensson: piano, Georg Riedel: bass, Egil Johansen: drums ( Topsy Theme)
  • Two Swedes in New York—Arne Domnerus: alto sax & Bengt Hallberg: piano, track from the lp “Downtown Meeting”  recorded septmber 5th 1978 with Clark Terry: trumpet, George Mraz: bass, Oliver Jackson: drums ( Gone with the Wind)
  • Composer/Arranger Harry Arnold track from his lp “This is Harry and the Mystery Band” recorded February 1957 with Bengt-Arne Wallin, Ake Persson, Arne Domnerus, Rolf Lindell, Carl Hendrik Norin,  Bengt Hallberg, Simon Brehm, Egil Johansen ( Our love is here to stay)
  • On trumpet/flugelhorn you’ll hear Ack van Rooyen, track from his lp “Then and Now” the Artistry of Ack and Jerry van Rooyen recordings from 1975/2020 Van Rooyen with the Metropole Orchestra ( Ballad of the Sad Young Man)
  • Vibraphonist Cal Tjader, track from his lp “A Night at the Blackhawk” recorded in 1958 with Jose “Chombo” Silva: tenor sax, Vince Guaraldi: piano, Al McKibbon: bass, Willie Bobo: drums & timbales, Mongo Santamaria: percussion ( A Night in Tunesia)
  • Tenor saxophonist Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis track from the lp “Tenors Wild and Mild” recorded in 1951 ( But Beautiful)

program nr. 1109 ( Christmas)

  • This week you’ll hear a “Christmas Special”  a non- stop program just as I did the last 24 years 
  • Chet Baker—Winter wonderland
  • John Hart—O Tannenbaum
  • Count Basie—Jingle Bells
  • Dexter Gordon—Have yourself a merry little Christmas
  • Mark Shane—Silent Night
  • Mark Shane—Jingle Bells
  • Mark Shane—Merry Christmas Baby
  • Scott Hamilton—I’ll be home for Christmas
  • Scott Hamilton—White Christmas
  • Lionel Hampton—Ring Them Bells
  • Manhattan Transfer—Happy Holidays
  • B.B. King—Merry Christmas Baby
  • Arturo Sandoval—O Come all ye Faithful
  • Jimmy Smith—White Christmas
  • Roomful of Blues—Run Rudolph Run
  • Raphael Wressnig—Stille Nacht

Wish you all a merry Christmas and a wonderful and healthy 2022!!!!! ENJOY!!!!

program no;50

  • I’ll start my program with  baritone saxophonist Lars Gullin, track from his lp “Danny’s  Dream” recorded february 12th 1953 with Ake Persson: trombone, Simon Brehm: bass, Jack Noren: drums (Brasil)
  • Clarinetist Putte Wickman & Buddy DeFranco track from the cd “The Champs”  recorded in 1999 with Claes Crona: piano, Hans Backenroth: bass, Petur Ostlund: drums (Makin’Whoopie)
  • Pianist Bill Evans, track from his lp “Quintessence” recorded may 1976 with Ray Brown: bass, Philly Joe Jones: drums, Kenny Burrell: guitar, Harold Land: tenor sax (Bass Face)
  • Bassist Hans Backenroth track from his cd “Parker’s Mood” recorded October 2020 with Klas Lindquist: alto sax and clarinet, Erik Soderlindt: guitar, Karl-Hendrik Ousback: drums (Loverman)
  • Alto & Baritone saxophonist Boots Mussulli, track from his lp “Little Man” recorded November 7th 1954 with Max Bennett: bass, Shelly Manne: drums, Ray Santisi: piano ( Tico Tico)
  • Baritone saxophonist Lars Gullin, track from his lp “L.G. with Strings” featuring the alto saxophone of Rolf Billberg, recorded march 30th 1964 with Nils Lindberg: piano, Bjorn Alke: bass, Jan Carlsson: drums + strings ( Prima Vera)
  • Drummer Alex Riel, track from his new cd “Our Songs” recorded in 2020 with Bo Stief: bass, Carsten Dahl: piano (Stella by Starlight)
  • The Ben Webster special, track 169/520, now Ben’s lp “At Ease” recorded January 12th 1969 with Frans Wieringa: piano, Gerard Holdgrefe: bass, Tom van Steenderen: drums (Ben’s  Blues)
  • Arranger/Conductor Harry Arnold track from his lp “Harry Arnold & Quincy Jones and the Swedish Radio Studio Orchestra” recorded November 21st 1958 with Rolf Larsson: piano, Georg Riedel: bass, Jack Noren : drums,Rolf Berg: guitar and special guest and soloist Coleman Hawkins (On the sunny side of the street)
  • Pianist Harold Mabern track from the cd “Mabern plays Coltrane”  with Vincent Herring:a alto sax, Eric Alexander: tenor sax, Steve Davis: trombone, John Webber: bass, Joe Farnsworth: drums release date December 3rd 2021 (Blue Train)
  • Arranger/Conductor Quincy Jones, track from his lp “Jazz Abroad” recorded November 10th 1953 with Art Farmer: trumpet, Jimmy Cleveland & Ake Persson: trombones, Arne Domnerus: alto sax, Lars Gullin: baritone sax, Bengt Hallberg: piano, Simon Brehm: bass, Alan Dawson: drums ( Pogo Stick)

program no: 1107

  • I’ll start my program with  two tenor saxophonists Eddie Harris & Wendell Harrison, track from “The Battle of the Tenors” recorded September 4th 1994with Alex Rigowski: guitar, Ralph Armstrong: electric bass, Tom Starr: drums ( Tenor Madness)
  • Tenor and alto saxophonist Sonny Stitt , track from Stitt’s It” recorded October  8th 1950 with Bill Massey: trumpet, Matthew McGhee:trombone, Gene Ammons: baritone sax, Junior Mance: piano, Gene Wright: bass, Wesley Landers: drums (After you’ve Gone)
  • Tenor saxophonist James Moody, track from” Moody 4B”  recorded july 2008 with Kenny Barron: piano, Todd Coolman: bass, Lewis Nash: drums (Hot House)
  • Vibraphonist Terry Gibbs, track from “Flying Home, vol.3” recorded in Hollywood at the Seville march 19th 1959 with Richie Kamuca,Pete Jolly, Max Bennett, Buddy Clark,Med Flory, Bill Holman, Frank Rosolino(I’m getting sentimental over you)
  • Alto saxophonist Rolf Billberg, track from “Rare Danish Recordings” recorded January 1st 1961 with Bent Axen: piano, Niels H. O. Pedersen: bass,Finn Fredriksen: drums, Lars Gullin: baritone sax (Yesterdays)
  • Hammond organist Richard “Groove” Holmes track from “After Hours” recorded in 1961 with Joe Pass: guitar, Lawrence Marable: drums (Sweatin”)
  • The Ben Webster special, track 168/520, this week “Live at Pio’s” Pio’s Lodge-Rhode Island February 18th 1964 with Junior Mance: piano, Bob Cranshaw: bass, Mickey Roker: drums ( Pennies from Heaven)
  • Tenor saxophonist Eddie Harris track from his album “There was a time-Echo of Harlem” recorded may 9th 1990 with Kenny Barron: piano, Cecil McBee; bass, Ben Riley: drums ( Lover come back to me)
  • The Great Jazz Trio, track from the lp “Direct from L.A.” recorded October 6th 1977 Hank Jones: piano, Ron Carter: bass, Tony Williams: drums ( A Night in Tunesia)
  • Drummer Bernard Purdie, track from “Coolin’and Groovin” recorded in 1995 with Mr. Alligator Boogaloo(Lou Donaldson) on alto sax,Chuck Rainey: bass, David T. Walker: guitar, Sonny Phillips: organ, Bill Bivens: tenor sax,Virgil Jones: trumpet, Pancho Morales: percussion (Misty)
  • Tenor saxophonist Spike Robinson, track from his album “London Reprise” recorded in 1984 with Martin Taylor: guitar, Dave Green: bass, Spike Wells: drums ( There’s no greater love)

program no. 1106

  • I’ll start my program with  Ack van Rooyen on trumpet and flugelhorn, track from his lp “Homeward” recorded November 1952 with Bart van Lier: trombone, Ferdinand Povel: tenor sax, Rob Franken: fender Rhodes, Theo de Jong: bass, Bruno Castellucci: drums(track: Homeward)
  • The Peter Herbolzheimer Rhythm Combination and Brass, track from “Big Band BeBop” (track: On The Scene)  with solos from Rob Franken: keyboards, Ack van  Rooyen: flugelhorn
  • Drummer Charlie Antolini track from “Jazz Power Live in Stuttgart” recorded October 28th 1977 with Sal Nistico: tenor sax, Ack van Rooyen: flugelhorn, Bob Burgess: trombone, Rob Franken: fender rhodes, Gary Todd: bass (Loose and Easy)
  • Tenor saxophonist Lucky Thompson track from his lp “Lucky and Gerard Pochonet”  recorded march 12th 1956 with Martial Solal: piano, Pierre Michelot: bass, Gerard Pochonet: drums, Jean Pierre Sasson: guitar, Michel Hausser: vibes ( My Funny Valentine)
  • Composer/Arranger Jerry van Rooyen & Ack van Rooyen on trumpet/flugelhorn, track from the lp “Didn’t we” recorded in 1970 with Rob Franken: keyboards,  Herb Geller: alto sax ( Her name is Barbara)
  • The Ben Webster special, track 167/520, his lp “Music for Loving” recorded in N.Y.C. march 30th 1954 (Until Tonight)
  • On trumpet you’ll hear Kenny Dorham, track from his lp “The Jazz Prophets vol.” recorded april 4th 1956 with Dick Katz: piano, Sam Jones; bass, Arthur Edgehill: drums, J.R. Monterose: tenor sax ( The Prophet)
  • Tenor saxophonist Eddie Harris, track from his lp “Smokin” recorded in Chicago 1961 with Willie Pickens:  piano, Donald Garrett: bass, Earl Thomas: drums (It never entered my Mind)
  • Alto & tenor saxophonist Lee Konitz, track from “In Europe 1956—The Paris and Koln Sessions” recorded January 16th 1956 with Lars Gullin: tenor sax, Rene Urtreger: piano, Pierre Michelott: bass, Christian Garros: drums, Bobby Jasper: tenor sax, Sacha Distel: guitar ( Now’s the Time)
  • Pianist Stan Tracey , track from “Jazz Suite-Under Milk Wood” recorded in 1965 with Bobby Wellins: tenor sax, Jeff Clyne: bass, Jackie Dougan: drums ( Cockle Row)
  • The Manhattan Jazz Quintet—Reunion  track from “Manhattan  Blues” recorded February 27th 1990 with Lew Soloff: trumpet, George Young: tenor sax, David Matthews: piano, Eddie Gomez: bass,  John Scofield: guitar ( The Blues March)
  • The Metropole Orchestra, track from “Then and Now” the artistry of Ack & Jerry van Rooyen” with solists Ack van Rooyen on flugelhorn and Erno Olah: violin recorded December 11th 1984 ( It never entered my Mind)

program nr. 1105

  • I’ll start my program with tenor saxophonist Barney Wilen, track from his lp “Jazz sur Seine” recorded February 14th 1958 in Paris with Milt Jackson: piano, Percy Heath: bass, Kenny Clarke: drums, Gana M’Bow: percussion
  • Tenor saxophonist Lucky Thompson, track from the lp “Goodbye Yesterday” recorded in 1972 with Cedar  Walton: piano, Larry Ridley: bass, Billy Higgins: drums
  • On flute and tenor sax( 2 tracks in this program)Herbie Mann “Herbie Mann and the Wessel Ilcken trio” recorded in Hilversum November 8th 1956, Pim Jacobs: piano, Ruud Jacobs: bass, Ado Broodboom: trumpet and Ilcken on drums
  • The Bill Charlap trio, track from this new cd “Street of Dreams” recorded may 24th 2021 Bill Charlap: piano, Peter Washington: bass, Kenny Washington: drums
  • The Stan Kenton Big Band, track from his lp “Cuban Fire” recorded may 24th 1956, Kenton: piano, Curtis Counce: bass, Mel Lewis: drums, Bill Perkins & Lucky Thompson: tenor sax
  • The Ben Webster special, track 166/520 this week “Ben meets Piet Noordijk live in Groningen” recorded February 2nd 1973 at the Koffer with Irv Rochlin: piano, Rob Langereis: bass, Tony Inzalaco: drums
  • Pianist Wynton Kelly, track from the lp “Interpretations” recorded in 1967 with Hank Mobley: tenor sax, Cecil McBee; bass, Jimmy  Cobb: drums
  • Guitarist O”Donel Levy, track from the lp “Simba” recorded july 2nd 1973 with Tony Levin: bass, Steve Gadd: drums, Warren Bernhardt: keyboards
  • Vibraphonist Terry Gibbs, track from ”Hootenanny my way”  recorded in 1963 with Al Epstein: tenor sax, Alice McLeod: piano, Jimmy Raney: guitar, Williams Wood: bass, Al Belding: drums
  • On trumpet & flugelhorn you’ll hear Clark Terry track from the lp “The Happy Horns of Clark Terry” recorded in 1964 with Phil Woods: alto sax, Ben Webster: tenor sax, Roger Kellaway: piano, Milt Hinton: bass, Walter Perkins: drums
  • Drummer & vocals Wessel Ilcken, track from the EP “His Voice His Drums His Combo” recorded in 1957 Toon van Vliet: saxes, Ado Broodboom: trumpet, Pim Jacobs: piano, Ruud Jacobs: bass(this is the last recording of Wessel before he died on july 13th 1957)
  • Tenor saxophonist Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis track from his album “Lock, The Fox” recorded in 1966 with Les Spann: electric guitar, Ross Tompkins: piano, Russell George: bass, Chuck Lampkin: drums, Ray Barretto: congas

No. 1104

  • I’ll start my program with pianist Rene Urtreger, track from “The Amsterdam Concert” recorded December 8th 1957 with Miles Davis: trumpet, Barney Wilen: tenor sax, Pierre Michelot: bass, Kenny Clarke: drums
  • Pianist Elmo Hope, track from “Informal Jazz” recorded may 7th 1956 with Paul Chambers: bass, Philly Joe Jones: drums, Donald Byrd: trumpet, Hank Mobley & John Coltrane: tenor sax
  • Baritone saxophonist Lars Gullin, track from his lp “Lars on EmArcy” recorded November 6th 1953 with Alan Dawson: drums, Georg Riedel: bass, Rolf Berg: guitar, Carl Henrik Norin: tenor sax
  • Drummer Bernard Purdie, track from “Soul Drums” recorded in 1968 with Richard Tee:keyboards, Bob Bushnell: bass, Eric Gale: guitar, Seldon Powell & Buddy Lucas: tenor sax
  • STUFF, track from the lp “More Stuff” recorded in 1977 with Cornell Dupree & Eric Gale: guitars, Richard Tee: fender Rhodes, Gordon Edwards: bass, Steve Gadd; drums, Gene Orloff: violin
  • The Ben Webster special, track 165/520, Ben with a track from the lp(s) “The Complete Ben Webster on EmArcy” recorded December 26th 1951
  • The Quartet, 4 legends  at the Tokyo Jazz Festival  September 7th 2014 Benny Golson: tenor sax, Kenny Barron: piano, Ron Carter: bass, Lenny White: drums
  • Alto saxophonist Yano Saori, track from her cd “Confirmation” recorded in 2003 with Eric Alexander: tenor sax, Peter Bernstein: guitar, Harold Mabern: piano, John Webber: bass, Joe Farnsworth: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Brew Moore track from “West Coast Brew” recorded at the University of California, San Francisco august 1955, John Marabuto: piano, Eddie Duran: guitar, Max Hartstein: bass, Gus Gustafson: drums, Dick Mills: trumpet, Cal Tjader: vibes
  • Tenor saxophonist Barney Wilen, track from his cd “Live In Tokyo”91” with Oliver Hutman: piano,  Gilles Naturel: bass, Peter Gritz: drums
  • On the vibes Mike Mainieri, track from “Piazza Della Riforma”recorded  july 4th 1991 with Bendik Hofseth: tenor sax, James Tunnell: guitar, Jeff Andrews: bass, Rachel Nicolazzo: keyboards, Steve Smith: drums