Zoot Sims and Bob Brookmeyer Octet - Bee Kay (1958) Personnel: Harry Edison (trumpet), Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone), Zoot Sims (tenor sax), Al Cohn (tenor sax, baritone sax), Hank Jones (piano), Freddie Green (guitar), Eddie Jones (bass), Charlie Persip (drums), Bill Potts (arrange) from the album 'STRETCHING OUT' (United Artists Records)
Zoot Sims & Bob Brookmeyer-Tonite's Music Today, label: Storyville STLP 907 (1956) Design: Burt Goldblatt.
Jack Kleinsingers Highlights In JazzNew Yorks Longest Running Jazz Concert SeriesNow In Its 45th Year David Amram Receives Highlights In Jazz Annual AwardDavid Amram & Jack KleinsingerJack Kleinsinger-David Amram-Last Years WinnerPaquito DRivera and Arnold J. Smithphotos by George Wirt Lastnight (March 9 2017) at Tribeca Performing Arts Center Highlights In Jazz producer Jack Kleinsinger presented David Amram with their annual award. Every year since 1974 Highlights In Jazz has honored a…
4/3/1986, Miami Herald Staff: Bob Perry, from the Blue Note record shop which carries Jazz old Be-bop. Blue Note started in an office on South Dixie. Perry went looking for more space and moved to 1282 N.E. 163 St. in North Miami. He stocks some 75,000 titles -- give or take -- at least half of it jazz and the rest rock and blues. You can pay $2 for a 1950 Louie Armstrong and His All-Stars LP (3 for $5) to $75 for a Zoot Sims album.
8 April 1956. The Gerry Mulligan Sextet. From left to right: Jon Eardley, Gerry Mulligan, Zoot Sims, Bob Brookmeyer, Bill CVrow and Dave Bailey performing at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. Photo Eddy Posthuma de Boer. #amsterdam #1956 #GerryMulligan