This week In Jazz Legends (Special Saxophonists) 10

John Coltrane, Eric Dolphy, Candy Dulfer, Phil Woods, Joe Henderson, Wayne Shorter, Paul Desmond, Johnny Griffin, Joe Lovano, Bennie Maupin, Marshall Allen et al, Charlie Rouse, Billy Harper et al. They are the “Jazz Legends (Special Saxophonists)” performers selected among the 287 Posts we publish this week.

Here, they are reunited in one glorious playlist. Enjoy!

Tracklist

1 . John Coltrane & Eric Dolphy – Impressions

Lifted from : We remember Eric Dolphy. ‘Dolphy Is Out Too Much’

2 . Candy Dulfer – Sunday Afternoon

Lifted from : Candy Dulfer takes Funky Stuff to the beach (1993)

3 . Phil Woods – Once Upon A Summertime (w/ Michel Legrand)

Lifted from : Michel Legrand sits in with the Phil Woods 4tet (2001)

4 . Joe Henderson – Lush Life (w/  Herbie Hancock)

Lifted from : We remember Joe Henderson. ‘The Magnificent Henderson’

5 . Wayne Shorter – 80th Birthday Celebration

Lifted from : Montreal celebrates Wayne Shorter’s 80th Birthday (2013)

6 . Paul Desmond – Take Five (w/ Dave Brubeck)

Lifted from : The Dave Brubeck Quartet records ‘Time Out’ featuring ‘Blue Rondo À La Turk’ and ‘Take Five’ (1959)

7 . Johnny Griffin – The JAMFs Are Coming

Lifted from : Johnny Griffin Quartet  plays at Montreal Jazz (2001)

8 . Joe Lovano – Luna Park

Lifted from : Joe Lovano records ‘Universal Language’ for Blue Note (1992)

9 . Bennie Maupin – Hang Up Your Hangups (w/ Herbie Hancock)

Lifted from : Herbie Hancock records ‘V.S.O.P.’ at Newport Jazz Festival (1976)

10 . Marshall Allen et al – Angels And Demons At Play (w/ Sun Ra Arkestra)

Lifted from : Sun Ra Arkestra is on BBC Jazz on 3 (2014)

11 . Charlie Rouse – Epistrophy (w/ Thelonious Monk)

Lifted from : Thelonious Monk records ‘Monk’s Music’ with John Coltrane, Coleman Hawkins, Art Blakey et al (1957)

12 . Billy Harper et al – Don’t Get Sassy Live (w/ Thad Jones/Mel Lewis)

Lifted from : Thad Jones & Mel Lewis bring their big band to Norway (1974)

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