Personnel: Lester Young – tenor sax Bill Potts – piano Norman Williams – bass Jim Lucht – drums Olivia Davis’s Patio Lounge, Washington, DC, 1956
“Schola Cantorum”, Paris, France, May 20, 1955. Personnel: Peanuts Holland, Guy Longnon – trumpet Milton “Mezz” Mezzrow – clarinet Milton Sealey – piano Kansas Fields – drums
“Take the ‘A’ Train” (Billy Strayhorn). Charles Mingus Sextet feat. Eric Dolphy (April 12, 1964). Personnel: Charles Mingus – bass Eric Dolphy – bass clarinet Clifford Jordan – tenor saxophone Johnny Coles – trumpet Jaki [More]
“Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!” (Ed Rose and Abe Olman) Orrin Tucker and His Orchestra Bonnie Baker – vocals  
“Wild Is the Wind” (Dimitri Tiomkin, Ned Washington). Album: “Wild Is the Wind” (1966). Nina Simone – vocals.  
Personnel: Biréli Lagrène – guitar Antonio Faraò – piano, keyboards Ira Coleman – bass Lenny White – drums
Track listing: 1 It Don’t Mean A Thing 5:35 2 Willow Weep For Me 7:21 3 Yes, Indeed 7:01 4 Is It So 4:22 5 Empty Bed Blues 6:27 6 What Is This Thing Called [More]
The Man I Love is a 1957 album by Peggy Lee, with an orchestra arranged by Nelson Riddle, and conducted by Frank Sinatra. AllMusic Review by William Ruhlmann: Around the same time that Peggy Lee [More]
Kenny Drew and His Progressive Piano (also released as The Modernity of Kenny Drew) is a 12″ LP record album by American jazz pianist Kenny Drew containing sessions recorded in 1953 and 1954 (some of [More]