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program no. 1126

  • I´ll start my program with tenor saxophonist Jimmy Giuffre, track from “Tenors West” recorded in L.A. November 9th 1955 with Conte Candoli: trumpet, Bob Cooper: tenor sax, Bob enevoldsen: tenor sax & valve trombone, Harry Klee: tenor sax, alto flute, Jack Dulong: baritone sax, Marty Paich: piano, Joe Mondragon: bass, Jack Constanzo: bongos, Frank Capp & Art Mardigan: drums
  • Composer/arranger Manny Albam track from “M. A. and his Jazz Greats” recorded may 15th 1959 with Gene Quill: alto sax, Pepper Adams: baritone sax, Al Cohn & Zoot Sims: tenor sax, Bob Brookmeyer: trombone, Art Farmer, Donald Byrd, Nick Travis: trumpets, Eddie Costa: piano & vibes, Milt Hinton: bass, Osie Johnson: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Gene Cipriano, track from his album “First Time Out” recorded in 2006 with Tom Ranier: piano, Trey Henry: bass, Ralph Humphrey: drums
  • Pianist Marty Paich track from the lp “The Picasso of Big Band Jazz” recorded july 7th 1957 with Pete Candoli, Buddy Childers, Jack Sheldon: trumpets, Herbie Harper, Bob Enevoldsen: trombones, Vince De Rosa:French Horn, Herb Geller: alto sax, Bob Cooper, Bill Perkins: tenor sax, Marty Berman: baritone sax, Joe Mondragon: bass, Mel Lewis: drums
  • Pianist Stan Tracey, track from his album “The 1959 Sessions” with Kenny Napper: bass, Tony Crombie: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Stan Getz, track from his lp “Didn’t We” recorded in 1969 with Johnny Pate: arranger/conductor
  • The Ben Webster special, track 186/520, this week a track from the lp “Makin’Whoopee” recorded june 5th 1972 with Georges Arvanitas: piano, Jacky Samson: bass, Charles Saudrais: drums
  • The Big band from Herb Pomeroy on trumpet, track from the lp “Pramlatta’s Hips” recorded live at the El Morroco, Boston 1980 with soloists Bill Davis: piano, Jimmy Derba: baritone sax, Gene DiStasion: trombone
  • Tenor saxophonist Cory Weeds, track from his new cd “Just Coolin”” recorded September 15th 2021 with Tilden Webb: piano, John Lee: bass, Jesse Cahill: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Steve Kaldestad, track from his new cd “Live at Frankie’s Jazz Club” recorded july 23rd 2021 with Chris Gestrin: piano, Conrad Good: bass, Jesse Cahill: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Klaus Doldinger, track from the cd “Symphonic Project Live” with the Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie and his band: Michael Hornek:keyboards, Peter O’Mara: guitars,Patrick Scales: bass, Christian Letner: drums, Ernst Stroer & Biboul Darouiche: percussion.

program no.1125

  • I´ll start my program with tenor saxophonist Al Cohn, track from “Live in San Remo” recorded may 1987 with Rein de Graaff: piano, Harry Emmery: bass, Eric Ineke: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton, track from his new cd “Classics” recorded in 2021 with Jan Lundgren: piano, Hans Backenroth: bass, Kristian Leth: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist John Hardee, track from “WOR Studio” recorded February 28th  1946 with Sammy Benskin: piano, Tiny Grimes: guitar, John Simmons: bass, Big Sid Catlett: drums
  • Alto saxophonist James Moody, track from “Americans in Sweden” recorded January 23rd 1951 with Leppe Sundewall: trumpet, Arne Domnerus & James Moody: alto sax, Carl Henrik Norin: tenor sax, Lars Gullin: baritone sax, Rolf Larsson: piano, Gunnar Almstedt: bass, Anders Burma: drums
  • Pianist Rob van Bavel, track from his new cd “Time for Ballads—The Maene Sessions”  recorded October 10th 2021 with Frans van Geest: bass, Marcel Serierse: drums
  • Guitarist Alexander Brott, track from his cd “The Aesthetic Attitude” recorded December 2020 with Stefano Doglioni: bass clarinet, Ari Roland: bass, Keith Balla: drums
  • Nueva Manteca track from the new cd “ART” recorded in 2021 with Ben van den Dungen: Tenor & Soprano Sax, Oscar Cordero: trumpet, Marc Bischoff: piano, Samuel Ruiz: bass, Enrique Firpi: drums, Nils Fischer: percussion
  • The Ben Webster special, track 185/520, this week Ben at the Minerva Paviljoen july 7th 1968 with Toon van Vliet, Piet and Kees Noordijk: tenor saxes, Cees Slinger: piano, Dick van de Capellen: bass, John Engels: drums
  • Second track from the new cd from tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton “Classics”  with Jan Lundgren: piano, Hans Backenroth: bass, Kristin Leth: drums
  • On trumpet you’ll hear Erik Palmberg, track from his cd “In Between”  recorded in 2021 with Anton Dromberg: piano, Robert Erlandsson: bass, Jonas Backman: drums, Karin Hammar: trombone
  • Drummer Oliver Jackson track from his album “Live in Spain” recorded February  1983 with Percy France: tenor sax, Cliff Smals: piano, Leonard Gaskin: bass
  • Hammond organist Joey DeFrancesco, track from “All About my Girl” recorded march 9th 1994 with Houston Person: tenor sax, Paul Bollenback: guitar, Byron Landham: drums

program no. 1124

  • I´ll start my program with tenor saxophonist Cory Weeds, track from his new cd “Just Coolin’” recorded on Cellar Live Records  September 15th 2021 with Tilden Webb: piano, John Lee: bass, Jesse Cahill: drums
  • On trumpet/flugelhorn Angelo Verploegen, track from the new cd “When Night Falls” with Ed Verhoeff: guitar & Eric van der Westen: bass
  • American Jazz Philharmonic with performances by Phil Woods and Ray Brown, recorded in 1993 Tom Garvin: piano, Snooky Young: trumpet, Joe Parcaro: drums, percussion
  • Composer/arranger Manny Albam, track from his lp “Manny Albam and his Jazz Greats” recorded may 15th 1959 with Pepper Adams: baritone sax, Gene Quill: alto sax, Al Cohn & Zoot Sims: tenor sax, Eddie Costa: vibes, Art Farmer: trumpet
  • The Ben Webster special track 184/520 this week Ben and Buck (Clayton) recorded in Antwerp 1967 with Henri Chaix: piano, Alain Dubois: guitar, Isla Eckinger: bass, Romano Cavicchiolo: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Bob Rockwell, track from “Bob’s Ben” a salute to Ben Webster, recorded in 2005 with Ben Sidran: piano, Billy Peterson: bass, Leo Sidran: drums
  • Pianist Marty Paich, track from his lp “The Marty Paich Trio” recorded june 8th 1957 with Red Mitchell: bass, Mel  Lewis: drums
  • Alto saxophonist Sadao Watanabe, track from his cd “Live at the Blue Note Tokyo”  recorded august 2019 with Russell Ferrante: piano, John Patitucci: bass, Steve Gadd: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Steve Kaldestad, track from “Live at Frankie’s Jazz Club” recorded july 23rd 2021 with Chris Gestrin: piano, Conrad Good: bass, Jesse Cahill: drums( Cellar Live Records)
  • Toots Thielemans: Harmonica and Rob Franken: Fender Rhodes piano, track from the cd(3 cd’s)from the Dutch Jazz Archives—Ned. Jazz Archief Toots Thielemans meets Rob Franken—The Studio Sessions 1973-1983 with Peter Tiehuis: guitar, Theo de Jong: bass, Bruno Castellucci: drums

program no. 1123

  • I´ll start my program with Toots Thielemans(harmonica) and Rob Franken on the Fender Rhodes, first(of three tracks) from the new release  “Toots meets Rob Franken—the studio sessions 1973-1983)Dutch Jazz Archives( Nederlands Jazz Archief) recorded November 2nd 1982 with Peter Tiehuis: guitar, Theo de Jong: bass, Bruno Castellucci: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Stan Getz, track from “In Sweden 1958-1960 recorded in Sundbyberg, august 26th 1958 with Lars Gullin: baritone sax, Ake Persson: trombone Benny Bailey: trumpet, Bengt Hallberg: piano, Gunnar Johnson: bass, William Schioppfe: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Rusty Bryant, track from his lp “For the good times” recorded march 9th 1973 with Hank Jones: fender Rhodes, Joe Beck & Hugh McCracken: guitars, Tony Levin: bass, Steve Gadd: drums
  • Second track from Toots and Rob Franken, recorded in Hilversum January 12th 1978 with James Leary: bass, Eddie Marshall: drums, Ferdinand Povel: tenor sax
  • Composer/arranger Manny Albam, track from the lp “The Blues is Everybody’s Business” recorded September 9th 1957 with soloists Gene Quill & Phil Woods on alto sax, Vinnie Burke: bass, Al Cohn: tenor sax,Nick Travis & Ernie Royal: trumpet
  • The Ben Webster special. Track 183/520 now “Ben Webster’s first concert in Denmark” recorded January 10th 1965 with Kenny Drew: piano, Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen: bass, Alex Riel: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Zoot Sims, track from his lp “Zoot at Ronnie Scott’s”  recorded November 14th 1961 with Stan Tracey: piano, Kenny Napper: bass, Jackie Dougan: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon, track from the lp “Dexterity” recorded june 5th 1947 with Wardell Gray: tenor sax, Charles Fox: piano. Red Callender: bass, Chuck Thompson: drums
  • Third track from Toots with Rob Franken, recorded January 10th 1973 with Rob Langereis: bass, Eric Ineke: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist John Hardee, track from “A Little Blue” recorded july 26th 1975 with Gen Conners: trombone, Gerry Wiggins: piano, Bill Pemberton: bass, Oliver Jackson: drums
  • Composer/arranger and on piano: Marty Paich,  track from his lp “The Broadway Bit” recorded may 13th 1959 with Art Pepper: alto sax, Jimmy Giuffre: baritone sax, Bill Perkins: tenor sax, George Roberts: trombone, Frank Beach & Stu Wiliamson: trumpets, Victor Feldman: vibes & percussion, Scott LaFaro: bass, Mel Lewis: drums

program no. 1122

  • I´ll start my program with drummer Buddy Rich, track from “Tuff Dude” recorded at Buddy’s Place N.Y. may 1974 with Sonny Fortune: saxes and flute, Sal Nistico: tenor sax, Kenny Barron: piano, Jack Wilkins: guitar, Anthony Jackson: bass, Jimmy Meulen: percussion
  • Tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins, track from his lp “The Bridge” recorded January 30th 1962 with Jim Hall: guitar, Bob Cranshaw: bass, Harry T Saunders: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Bob Rigter, track from the lp “Bob Rigter Quartet” recorded june 12th 1987 with Jan van Twuijver: piano, Simon Planting: bass, Hans Beun: drums
  • Tenor/alto  saxophonist Katja Rieckermann, track from “Never Stand Still” recorded in 2015 with special guest Joe Bonamassa on guitar
  • The Ben Webster special track 182/520, this week a track from “Gentle Ben”  recorded in Barcelona November 28th 1972 with Tete Montoliu: piano, Eric Peter: bass, Peer Wyboris: drums
  • Drummer Bernd Reiter with tenor saxophonist Roman Schwaller, track from “Live at the Jazzland-Vienna” recorded in 2008 with Sascha Mutic: piano, Robert Jukic: bass
  • Bassist Chuck Rainey, track from his album “Born Again” recorded in 1981 with James Alan Smith: keyboards, Roger Bethelmy: drums, Paulinho Da Costa: percussion
  • Drummer Alvin Queen, live in Munchen, February 29th 2008 with Joe Magnarelli: trumpet. Jesse Davis: alto sax, Peter Bernstein: guitar, Mike LeDonne: Hammond B3
  • Tenor saxophonist Maxwell Davis, track from his album “Wailin’ Daddy” recorded in 1950
  • Tenor saxophonist Boots Randolph, track from his lp “Boots with the Knightsbridge Strings”  recorded in 1968

program no: 1121

  • I´ll start my program with tenor saxophonist Nino Tempo, track from his lp “Rock ‘n Roll Beach Party”  recorded in 1956
  • Tenor saxophonist Gene Cipriano track from his cd “First Time Out” recorded july 11 & 12th 2005 with Tom Ranier: piano, Trey Henry: bass, Ralph Humphrey: drums
  • Pianist Rob van Bavel track from his new cd “Time for Ballads-The Maene Sessions” recorded October 10th 2021 with Frans van Geest: bass and Marcel Serierse: drums
  • Composer/arranger Pete Rugolo , track from his lp “10 Saxophones and 2 Basses” recorded November 1961 with Bud Shank, Gus Bivona & Skeets Herfurt: alto sax, Tenor saxes: Gene Cipriano, Bill Perkins, Bob Cooper, Plas Johnson & Vido Musso, Bass  Saxophones: Bill Hood & Chuck Gentry, Howard Roberts: guitar, Jimmy Rowles: piano, Joe Mondragon & Red Mitchell: basses, Shelly Manne: drums
  • Tenor sax & English Horn: Gene Cipriano track from First Time Out” with Tom Ranier: piano, Trey Henry: bass, Ralph Humphrey: drums, Katie Kirkpatrick: harp & strings (Endre Granat: concertmaster
  • The Ben Webster special, track 181/520 this week Ben at Ronnie Scott’s Club recorded January 13th 1968 with Stan Tracey: piano, Dave Green: bass, Tony Crombie: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Nino Tempo, track from his lp “Rock ‘n Roll Beach Party”
  • Tenor saxophonist Gene Cipriano with Greg Poree: guitar, Trey Henry: bass
  • On trumpet you’ll hear Miles Davis, track from the cd “So What-The Complete Amsterdam Concerts” recorded October 15th 1960 with Sonny Stitt: alto sax, Wynton Kelly: piano, Paul Chambers: bass, Jimmy Cobb: drums ( Release from Dutch Jazz Archive series-Ned. Jazz Archief)
  • Vibrafonist Cal Tjader, track from his album “The Grace Cathedral Concert” recorded in S.F. may 22th 1976 with Lonnie Hewitt: fender Rhodes, Rob Fisher: bass, Pete Riso: drums, Poncho Sanchez: congas
  • ******info Gene Cipriano: Gene was a members of the famous  Wrecking Crew 1961-1976 and worked with Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Elvis Presley, Judy Garland, Liza Minnelli and Andy Williams he played the scores of many television’s shows( The Love Boat, Lassie, Charlie’s Angels, Mission Impossible, Star Trek, Columbo, Dallas, The Simpsons. Remember Tony Curtis playing Marilyn Monroe’s saxophone solo in Some Like it Hot, that was Gene!!!! And then there are the albums from Ella to Frank, Miles to Torme, Natalie Cole, Neil Diamond, Lionel Richie, Frank Zappa, Barry White, Peggy Lee, Ray Charles, John Denver to name a few!!!!!!!!

program no. 1120

  • I´ll start my program with composer/arranger Manny Albam, track from his lp “Brass on Fire” recorded in 1966 with 4 trumpets/trombones/French horns and the rhythm section is Barry Galbraith: guitar, Richard Davis: bass, Mel Lewis: drums, Ted Sommer: bongos
  • Sonny Rollins & Coleman Hawkins on tenor sax, track from the lp “Sonny meets Hawk” recorded july 15th 1963 with Paul Bley: piano, Bob Cranshaw: bass, Roy McCurdy: drums
  • Pianist Kenny Drew trio with Paul Chambers on bass and drummer Philly Joe Jones recorded September 20th 1956
  • Guitarist Laurindo Almeida, track from his album “Viva Bossa Nova” recorded November 1962 with Jimmy Rowles: organ, Max Bennett: bass, Shelly Manne, Milt Holland: percussion, Bob Cooper: tenor sax, Don Fagerquist: trumpet, Second guitar: Al Viola & Howard Roberts
  • The Ben Webster special, track 180/520 this week the Fletcher Henderson Orchestra in New York recorded September 11th 1934
  • Composer/arranger Dennis Farnon with a track from “Arrivederci Baby” recorded in 1967
  • The Metropole Orchestra, track from “Mother Magoo Suite” composed by Dennis Farnon recorded February 19th 19996
  • The Norman Granz Jam Session recorded September 2nd 1953 with Roy Eldridge & Dizzy Gillespie: trumpets, Johnny Hodges: alto sax, Illinois Jacquet, Flip Phillips & Ben Webster: tenor sax, Lionel Hampton: vibes, Oscar Peterson: piano, Ray Brown: bass, Buddy Rich: drums
  • Vibraphonist Cal Tjader, track from his album “The Contemporary music of Mexico and Brasil” recorded march 1962 with Clare Fischer: piano, Laurindo Almeida: guitar, Freddie Schreiber: bass, Johnny Rae: drums, Gene Cipriano, Bernie Fleischer, Paul Horn, John Lowe & Don Shelton: woodwinds
  • Guitarist Thorgeir Stubo, track from his album “Notice” recorded in 1981 with Terje Bjorklund: piano, Bjorn Alterhaug: bass, Ernst Wiggo Sandbakk: drums, Henning Gravrok: tenor sax
  • Drummer Art Blakey, track from “Leverkusen Jazz Festival” recorded October 9th  1989 with Terence Blanchard, Freddie Hubbard,Curtis Fuller, Jackie McLean,Benny Golson, Wayne Shorter,Walter Davis Jr, Buster Williams

program no.1119

  • I´ll start my program with organist Jimmy Smith, track from his lp “Home Cookin’ “recorded july 15th 1958 with Percy France: tenor sax, Kenny Burrell: guitar, Donald Bailey: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Jack Sels, track from his lp “Minor Works” recorded in 1958 with Jean Fanis: piano, Jean Warland: bass, Rudy Frankel: drums
  • Arranger/Conductor Dennis Farnon, track from “Caution!! Men Swinging”  recorded in L.A. 1956 with Jack Dumont & Brian Farnon: alto sax, Ted Nash & Gene Cipriano: tenor sax, Chuck Genrty: baritone sax, Howard Roberts: guitar, Lou Levy: piano, Clif Hils: bass, Alvin Stoller: drums
  • Drummer Oliver Jackson, track from the cd “The Definitive Black and Blue Sessions” recorded February 28th 1979 with Cliff Smalls: piano, Leonard Gaskin: bass
  • The Duke Ellington big band , track from the cd “Three Suites” recorded may 1960, part. 1: Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker Suite
  • Pianist Stan Tracey, track from “The 1959 Sessions” with Kenny Napper: double bass, Phil Seamen: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Percy France, track from “Flamingo Café” recorded march 23rd 1986 with Bob Neloms: piano, Leonard Gaskin: bass, Rudy Lawless: drums ( this is an especially rare example of Percy performing a Sonny Rollins composition…”Sonnymoon for Two” )
  • The Ben Webster special, track 179/520, this week “Ben at Ronnie Scott’s Club—The Punch”  recorded December 11th 1964 with Stan Tracey: piano, Rick Laird: bass, Jackie Dougan: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Jack Sels, track from the lp “Minor Works” recorded in Brussels 1964 with Saxorama ( Phillip Catherine on guitar, Al Jones on drums)
  • Big band from Charlie Barnet “The  Capitol Big Band Sessions” recorded august 16th 1949 with Manny Albam: baritone sax, Charlie Barnet: Alto and tenor sax, Claude Wiliamson: piano, Eddie Safranski: bass, Tiny Kahn: drums
  • On violin you’ll hear Stephane Grappell  with Phil Woods on alto sax, recorded september 22nd 1987 with Marc Fosset: guitar, John Burr: bass, Louis Bellson: drums
  • The Atlantic Family at Montreux, recorded in 1977 Herbie Mann: flute, Jaroslav Jakubovic: soprano sax, Sonny Fortune & David Newman: alto sax, Dick Morrissey, Molly Duncan, Klaus Doldinger: tenor sax, Roger Ball: keyboards, Onnie McIntyre, Hamish Stuart & Jim Mullen: guitars, Alan Gorrie: bass, Steve Ferrone: drums, Raphael Cruz & Sammy Figuroa: percussion

program no. 1118

  • I´ll start my program with guitarist Thorgeir Stubo, track from his album “The End of a Tune” recorded april 28th 1986 with Ivar Antonsen: piano, Jesper Lundgaard: bass, Ole Jacob Hansen: drums, Art Farmer: flugelhorn ( They say it’s wonderful )
  • Pianist Jan Lundgren track from his cd “Les Parapluies De Cherbourg” recorded December 3rd 2003 with Jesper Lundgaard: bass, Alex Riel: drums ( Under Paris Skies )
  • Trio Circle: Magnus Dolerud: Saxes, Hans Backenroth: bass, Oscar Johansson-Were: drums recorded in 2021 ( It’s Allright with Me )
  • Composer/Arranger Pete Rugolo , track from the lp “10 Saxophones and 2 Basses” recorded November 8th 1961 ( Come Back to Sorrento )
  • Pianist Jan Johansson with Georg Riedel, track from “in Hamburg” recorded march 14th 1973 with Arne Domnerus: clarinet, Rune Gustafsson: guitar, Georg Riedel: bass ( Har Kommer Pippi Langstrump )
  • The Ben Webster special, track 178/520, this week “Wayfaring Webster” recorded September 2nd 1970 with Cees Slinger: piano, Rob Langereis: bass, John Engels: drums (Previously unissued radio recordings from Holland) ( Perdido )
  • Composer/arranger Pete Rugolo, track from his album “TV’s top Themes” recorded February 26th 1962 with Milt Bernhardt, Jack Sheldon, Mel Lewis,Paul Horn & Conte Candoli ( Theme from Bonanza )
  • Pianist Randy Waldman, track from his album “UnReel” recorded in 2000 with John Patitucci: bass, Vinnie Colaiuta: drums, Ernie Watts: tenor sax, Bob McChesney: trombone ( America )
  • The Stan Kenton Orchestra with a recording from December 21st 1947 but add: The Metronome All Stars ( Dizzy Gillespie, Bill Harris, Flip Phillips, Nat King Cole, Billy Bauer, Buddy Rich ( Journey to Brasil )
  • The Concord All Stars: Scott Hamilton: tenor sax, Warren Vache: trumpet, Cal Collins: guitar, Ross Tompkins: piano, Monty Budwig: bass, Jake Hanna: drums track from the 2-record set “Concord Super Band live in Tokyo” recorded in 1979 ( Blue Lester )
  • The Boy Edgar Big Band, track from the cd “Return” live recordings 1965-1966 ( Play the Game Now )

program no. 1117

  • I´ll start my program with guitarist Thorgeir Stubo track from his lp “Flight” recorded june 9th 1985 with Ivar Antonsen: piano, Jesper Lundgard: bass, Alex Riel: drums ( Flight )
  • Composer/Arranger Pete Rugolo track from his lp “Music for Hi-Fi Bugs” recorded july 9th 1956 with Pete Candoli, Buddy Childers,Don Fagerquist: trumpets, Milt Bernhart,Herbie Harper & Frank Rosolino: trombones,John Cave & Vincent DeRosa: French Horn, Harry Klee & Ronnie Lang: alto sax, Gene Cipriano & Dave Pell: tenor sax, Chuck Genrty: baritone sax, Russ Freeman: piano, Howard Roberts: guitar, Joe Mondragon: bass, Shelly Manne: drums, Larry Bunker: vibes ( Oscar and Pete’s Blues )
  • Drummer Snorre Kirk track from his cd “Going Up” recorded in 2021 with Stephen Riley & Jan Harbeck: tenor sax, Magnus Hjorth: piano, Anders Fjeldsted: bass, Snorre on drums ( Streamline )
  • Bassist Jesper Lundgard track from his lp  “J.L. trio plays Cornelis”  recorded October 29th 2006 with Niclas Knudsen: guitar, Hans Ulrik: tenor sax (  Telegram for a bombed Village )
  • The Ben Webster special, track 177/520 now Ben with Dexter Gordon, track from “Tenor Titans” recorded august 1969 with Kenny Drew: piano, Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen: bass, Bjarne Rostvold: drums ( In a Mellow Tone )
  • On trumpet you’ll hear Erik Palmberg, track from his cd “In Between” recorded in 2021 with Anton Dromberg: piano, Niklas Wennstrom: bass, Sebastian Voegler: drums ( The Lighthouse )
  • Composer/Arranger Pete Rugolo track from the lp “Rugolo plays Kenton” recorded October 25th 1958 with Bob Cooper,Bud Shank, Chuck Gentry, Dave Pell: saxes, Dick Nash, Frank Rosolino, Harry Betts: tromboes, Al Porcino, Buddy Childers, Don Fagerquist,  Ollie Mitchell: trumpets, Red Callender: tuba, Claude Williamson: piano, Don Bagley: bass, Shelly Manne: drums, Howard Roberts: guitar ( Painted Rhyhm )
  • Pianist Teddy Wilson and his orchestra recorded October 21st 1936 with Billie Holiday, Vido Musso, Ben Webster, Gene Krupa ( Who Loves You )
  • Pianist Bob James, track from his lp “Feel Like Making Live” recorded in 2021 with Michael Palazzolo: bass, Billy Kilson: drums ( Avalabop )
  • The Kenny Clarke/ Francy Boland Big Band track from the  lp “Off Limits” recorded September 30th 1970 with Art Farmer, Dusko Gojkovic, Ake Persson, Eric van Lier, Billy Mitchell, Ronnie Scott, Sahib Shihab ( Wintersong )
  • Vibraphonist Terry Gibbs track from “Smoke Em Up” recorded july 30th 1978 with Bob Cooper: tenor sax, Conte Candoli: trumpet, Lou Levy: piano, Bob Magnusson: bass, Jimmie Smith: drums ( Townhouse )