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The Faces of Jazz

Billie Holiday

Billie Holiday 7/04/1915 – 17/07/1955
Vocal
Portrait by Robert Heindel
©1979 Time-Life Books Inc. All rights reserved


Jackie McLean

Left - Jackie McLean 17/05/1931 - 31/03/2006
Alto saxophone.
Right - Grachan Moncur 3/06/1937
Trombone
Photograph by Francis Wolff @ Mosaic Images

Chet Baker Plays

Chet Baker 23/12/1929 - 13/05/1988
Trumpet/flugelhorn/vocal
Photographer William Claxton

Milt Jackson

Milt Jackson 1/01/1923 - 9/10/1999
Vibraphone/composer
Photograph by Chuck Stewart


JJ Johnson

J.J.Johnson 22/01/1924 - 4/02/2001
Trombone
Photograph by Tom Yee

John Coltrane (left) and Miles Davis (right)

John Coltrane-tenor sax, Miles Davis-trumpet
Photograph by Chuck Stewart from "Clawing at the limits of Cool".
Published by Thomas Dunne Books

Ray Brown


Ray Brown 13/10/1926 - 20/09/2002
Bass
Photograph by Jay Blacksberg
From Telarc CD "Ray Brown some of my best friends are piano Players"
CD - 83373

Ray Brown

Joe Wilder 22/02/1922
Trumpet
Photograph by Hugh Talma taken in performance with
the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra


Max Roach and Barry Harris

Max Roach 10/01/1924 – 15/08/2007-
Drums (left)
Barry Harris 15/12/1929
Piano (right)
Photograph by Francis Wolff © Mosaic Images
From the Blue Note album 0946 3 92768 2 0
“The magnificent Thad Jones”

Billy Mitchell

Billy Mitchell 3/11/1926 – 18/04/2007
Tenor sax.
Photograph by Francis Wolff © Mosaic Images
From the Blue Note album 0946 3 92768 2 0
“The magnificent Thad Jones”

Bill Charlap

Bill Charlap 15/10/1966
Piano
Photograph by Carol Friedman and taken form the CD
"Bill Charlap plays George Gershwin"
Blue Note Records 7243 8 60670 2 9

Percy Heath

Percy Heath 30/04/1923 – 28/04/2005
Bass, cello
Photograph by Francis Wolff © Mosaic Images
From the Blue Note album 0946 3 92768 2 0
“The magnificent Thad Jones”

Max Roach

Max Roach 10/01/1924 – 15/08/2007
Drums
Photograph by Francis Wolff © Mosaic Images
From the Blue Note album 0946 3 92768 2 0
“The magnificent Thad Jones”

image of saxophones from 3 different angles

"The Horn of History”
The immensely important and virtually priceless item
of “jazz history”: Coleman Hawkins’ tenor saxophone
presented to him by Selmer whilst he was in
Europe in the mid 1930s.
Photograph courtesy of Dave Davis.

Red Holloway

Red Holloway 31/05/1927
Alto and tenor saxes
Photograph by Louis Vincent
From the Blue Note album 5 099909 521728
“The lyric Jim Tomlinson featuring Stacey Kent”

Art Taylor

Art Taylor 6/04/1929 – 6/02/1995
Drums
Photograph by Francis Wolff © Mosaic Images

Elaine Elias

Elaine Elias 19/03/1960
Piano/vocals
Photograph by Takehiko Tokiwa
From the Blue Note album “Something for You - Elaine Elias
sings and plays Bill Evans” 50999 5 11795 2 6

Dizzy Reece

Dizzy Reece 5/01/1931
Trumpet
Photograph by Francis Wolff © Mosaic Images LLC
From the Blue Note Album “Flight to Jordon” 0946 3 92759 2 2

Stanley Turrentine

Stanley Turrentine 5/04/1935 – 12/09/2000
Tenor sax
Photograph by Francis Wolff © Mosaic Images LLC
From the Blue Note Album “Flight to Jordon” 0946 3 92759 2 2

Ron Carter

Ron Carter 4/05/1937
Bass, cello
Photograph by Takehiko Tokiwa from the Blue Note
CD “Dear Miles, Ron Carter”

Tommy Turrentine on trumpet and Charlie Rouse on tenor saxophone

Tommy Turrentine1928-1997
Trumpet
Charlie Rouse 6/04/1924 – 30/11/1988
Tenor saxophone
Photograph by Francis Wolff © Mosaic Images from
the Blue Note Album “Leapin’ and Lopin’” Sonny Clark

Roy Haynes

Roy Haynes 13/03/1925
Drums
Photograph from the Lonehill Jazz 4 CD set
“Tommy Flanagan Trio complete original Recordings”

Tommy Flanagan

Tommy Flanagan 16/03/1930 – 16/11/2001
Piano
Photograph from the Lonehill Jazz 4 CD set
“Tommy Flanagan Trio complete original Recordings”

Tommy Potter

Tommy Potter 21/09/1918 – 15/03/1988
Bass
Photograph from the Lonehill Jazz 4 CD set
“Tommy Flanagan Trio complete original Recordings”

Bobby Hutcherson

Bobby Hutcherson 27/01/1041
Vibraphone
Photograph by Jimmy Katz © 2007, assisted by Dena Katz.
From the CD “Bobby Hutcherson-For Sentimental Reasons”
Kind of Blue 10020

Elvin Jones

Elvin Jones 9/09/1927 – 18/05/2004
Drums
Photograph from the Lonehill Jazz 4 CD set
“Tommy Flanagan Trio complete original Recordings”

Duke Jordon

Duke Jordon 1/04/1922 – 8/08/2006
Piano
Photograph by Francis Wolff © Mosaic Images LLC
From the Blue Note Album “Flight to Jordon” 0946 3 92759 2 2

Sonny Rollins

Sonny Rollins 7/09/1930
Tenor and alto sax
Photograph: Dave Hecht/BMG Archives

Hank Jones

Hank Jones 31/08/1918 – 17/05/2010
Piano
Photograph by Francis Wolff © Mosaic Images

Paul Chambers

Paul Chambers 22/04/1935 – 4/01/1969
Bass
Photograph by Francis Wolff © Mosaic Images

Jimmy Hamilton and Duke Ellington

Jimmy Hamilton 25/05/1917 – 20/09/1994
Clarinet/tenor sax. (left)
Duke Ellington 29/04/1899 – 24/05/1974
Piano, bandleder,composer (right)
Photograph by Sam Shaw

Curtis Fuller (left) and Hank Mobley (right)

Curtis Fuller (left) 14/12/1934
Trombone
Hank Mobley (right) 7/07/1930 – 30/05/1986
Tenor Sax.
Photography by Francis Wolf @Mosaic Images
Fomr the Blue Note CD “The Opener – Curtis Fuller” 50999 2 15370 2 8

Freddie Hubbard

Freddie Hubbard 7/04/1938 – 26/12/2008
Trumpet
Photograph Francis Wolff – Blue Note Records

Sy Oliver, Frank Sinatra, Johnny Hodges and Harry Carney

The singer, the arranger and the Duke’s Men
Standing (left) Sy Oliver 17/12/1910 – 27/05/1988
Trumpet, composer, arranger.
Standing (right) Frank Sinatra 12/12/1915 – 14/05/1998
Vocal
Seated (left) Johnny Hodges 25/07/1907 – 11/05/1970
Alto saxophone
Seated (right) Harry Carney 1/04/1910 – 8/10/1974
Baritone saxophone/clarinet
Both saxophonists were major soloists with the Duke Ellington Orchestra’s saxophone section.
The photograph taken in 1946 during a Metronome all-star recording session is from “Sinatra An American Classic” by John Rockwell, published by Elm Tree Books London. Photograph: The Frank Driggs Collection

Bill Perkins and Friends

Bill Perkins and Friends
Left to right: Larry Bunker 4/11/1928 Drums/vibraphone
Bill Perkins 22/11/1924 – 9/08/2004 Tenor sax.
Monty Budwig 26/12/1929 – 9/03/1992 Bass
Lou Levy 5/03/1928 – 23/01/2001 Piano
Photograph by Joe Shimada.

Tina Brooks

Tina Brooks 7/06/1932 – 13/08/1974
Tenor sax.
The above photograph is by Francis Wolff © Mosaic Images

Anita O

Anita O’Day 18/10/1919 – 23/11/2006
Vocal
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books. Photograph Virginia Wicks.

Louis Smith

Louis Smith 10/05/1931
Trumpet
Photograph by Francis Wolff © Mosaic Images LLC
From the Blue Note Album “Smithville” 0946 58289 2 4

Paul Desmond

Paul Desmond 25/11/1924 – 30/05/1977
Alto saxophone
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books. Photography Roberto Polillo.

Art Farmer

Art Farmer 21/08/1928 – 4/10/1999
Trumpet, flugelhorn
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books.

Pete Jolly

Pete Jolly 5/06/1932 – 6/11/2004
Piano
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books.


Chet and Company

Chet and Company.
From left to right: Phil Urso, tenor sax; Chet Baker, trumpet; Art Pepper, alto sax; Leroy Vinnegar, bass.
The above photograph is by William Claxton, circa. 1956.

Percy Heath

Percy Heath 30/04/1923 – 28/04/2005
Bass
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books. Photography Roberto Polillo.

Lionel Hampton

Lionel Hampton 20/04/1908 – 31/08/2002
Vibes, piano, drums
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books. Photography Roberto Polillo.

Carmen McRae

Carmen McRae 8/04/1920 – 10/11/1994
Vocal
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books. Photography Charles Stewart.


The Modern Jazz Quartet

The Modern Jazz Quartet
Left to right, standing: Connie Kay, drums; John Lewis, piano
Sitting: Percy Heath, bass; Milt Jackson, vibes
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books.


Reggie Workman

Reggie Workman 26/06/1937
Bass (photographed 3/08/1961)
The above photograph is by Francis Wolfe © Mosaic Images and was taken from the CD liner notes of “Grant Green Goin’ West” on the Blue Note label 7243 5 95962 2 8 see “The Albums”

Curtis Fuller

Curtis Fuller 14/12/1934
Trombone (photographed16/06/1957)
The above photograph is by Francis Wolfe © Mosaic Images and was taken from the CD liner notes of “Bud Powell – The amazing Bud Powell Volume Three” on the Blue Note label 7243 5 33775 2 6 see “The Albums”

Postcard Ronnie Scott

Postcard Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club London England (mid 1980s)
Clockwise from left – Oscar Peterson, Art Blakey, Sarah Vaughn, Ronnie Scott, interior of club, Dizzy Gillespie. Photographs by David Redfern.

52nd street in New York City

”The Street”
52nd street in New York City between 5th Avenue and Broadway during the 1940s – the hub of bebop jazz. Clubs included the Onyx, the Famous Door and the Three Deuces.
The photograph is by William Gottlieb/Redferns and is from “Jazz History- Instruments, Musicians, Records” by John Fordham and is A Dorling Kindersley Book publication- see “Jazz in Print”

The Jazz Messengers

"The jazz Messengers"
Left to right:
Hank Mobley, tenor sax; Horace Silver (back to camera) piano;
Kenny Dorham, trumpet; Art Blakey, drums.
New York City – 1955

Max Roach

Max Roach 10/01/1924 – 15/08/2007
Drums
Photograph © Esmond Edwards www.ctsimages.com

Johnny Griffin

Johnny Griffin 24/04/1928 – 25/07/2008
Tenor saxophone
The above photograph by Francis Wolff © Mosaic
Images was taken April 6, 1957


Curly Russell

Curly Russell `19/03/1917 – 3/07/1986
Bass
The above photograph is by Francis Wolff © Mosaic
Images


Tenor Saxophonists

Tenor saxophonists – left to right:
John Coltrane, Johnny Griffin, Hank Mobley
The above photograph is by Francis Wolff © Mosaic
Images


Philly Joe Jones

Philly Joe Jones15/07/1923 – 30/08/1985
Drums
The above photograph is by Francis Wolff © Mosaic
Images


Paul Chambers & Hank Mobley

Paul Chambers (left) 22/04/1935 – 4/01/1969
Bass
Hank Mobley (right) 7/07/1930 – 30/05/1986
Tenor sax
The above photograph is by Francis Wolff © Mosaic
Images


Alfred Lion & Dexter Gordon

Alfred Lion (left)
Co-founder of Bluenote Records and producer
Dexter Gordon (right) 27/03/1923 – 25/04/1990
Tenor saxophone
The above photograph is by Francis Wolff © Mosaic
Images


Billy Higginsy

Billy Higgins 11/10/1936 – 3/05/2001
Drums
The above photograph is by Francis Wolff © Mosaic
Images


Ben Tucker

Ben Tucker 13/12/1930
Bass
The above photograph is by Francis Wolff © Mosaic
Images


Kenny Drew

Kenny Drew 28/12/1928 – 4/08/1993
Piano
The above photograph is by Francis Wolff © Mosaic
Images


Clifford Brown

Clifford Brown 30/10/1920 – 26/06/1956
Trumpet
The above photograph is by William Claxton/Dermont Photo Management

George Coleman

George Coleman 8/03/1935
Tenor and soprano saxophones
The above photograph is by Steve J. Sherman

Blues Alley Jazz Club

Blues Alley Jazz Club
Washington, D.C. U.S.A.

Down by the Riverside

Down by the Riverside
Lone trumpeter taken by The Jazz Man in 1992 either in Boston or Baltimore.
If you can identify where the river is, or better still the man with the horn then please E-mail us at bs@thejazzman.com.au

The Trio

The Trio
Taken by The Jazz Man at London's "Pizza Express" jazz club late 1980s early '90s. These top British musicians supported Harry "Sweets" Edison during his London tour - would you be able to identify them?

Paul Smith

Paul Smith 1922
Piano

Sam Jones and Oscar Peterson

Sam Jones (left) 12/11/1924 – 15/12/1981
Bass, cello
Oscar Peterson (right) 15/08/1925 – 23/12/2007
The above picture is from the liner notes of the 4 CD set “Oscar Peterson Exclusively for my Friends” on the MPS label 513 830-2

Orin Keepnews

Orrin Keepnews 2/03/1923
Jazz record producer, founder of Riverside Records, pictured at his 80th birthday celebration in San Francisco, 2000.
The above photograph is by John Kraus

Salena Jones

Salena Jones 29/01/1944
Vocal
The above photograph is by Clive Barda Studios

Freddie Greene

Freddie Greene 31/03/1911 – 1/03/1987
Guitar
RCA Victor Records photo

June Christy

June Christy 20/11/1925 – 21/06/1990
Vocal
The above photo is by Bert Parry

Art Tatum

Stan Getz (left) 2/02/1927 – 6/06/1991
Tenor sax.
Benny Goodman (right) 30/05/1909 – 20/06/1986
Clarinet/alto sax/band leader
Bert Parry photo


Jacintha Abisheganaden

Jacintha Abisheganaden 3/10/1957
Vocal
The above photograph is by Gaellen Casey Photography

A Man and his Bass

A Man and his Bass
"Alone and together on the beach."
The man is David Dixon, music lover and founder and owner of “Dixon Recycled Records” the chain of stores established in 1976 in Melbourne, Australia.


Lee Morgan and Pepper Adams

Lee Morgan (left) 10/07/1938 – 19/02/1972
Trumpet
Pepper Adams (right) 8/10/1930 – 10/09/1986
Baritone sax.

Above photograph by Francis Wolff © Mosaic Images.

Billie Holiday and Mal Waldron

Billie Holiday with her accompanist (pianist) Mal Waldron photographed in London in February 1959, five months prior to her death.
Above photograph (courtesy: Max Jones) is from “Jazz Milestones” compiled by Ken Vail and published by Castle Communications plc.

Ella Fitzgerald and Roy Eldridge

Ella Fitzgerald 25/04/1917 – 15/06/1996
Vocal
Roy Eldridge 30/01/1911 – 26/02/1989
Trumpet
Pictured in London in 1962 at a “Jazz at the Philharmonic Concert.”

Above photo by Brian Foskett is from “Jazz Milestones” compiled by Ken Vail and published by Castle Communications plc.

Illnois Jacquet, Coleman Hawkins and Sarah Vaughn

Illinois Jacquet (left) 31/10/1922 – 22/07/2004
Tenor sax.
Coleman Hawkins (centre) 21/11/1904 – 19 /05/1969
Tenor Sax.
Sarah Vaughn (right) 27/03/1924 – 3/04/1990
Vocal
Performing at a USAAF base in England in 1954.

Above photograph (courtesy: Max Jones) is from “Jazz Milestones” compiled by Ken Vail and published by Castle Communications plc.

Coleman Hawkins

Coleman Hawkins
In one of the last pictures taken of the tenor saxophonist, showing his advanced state of decline in 1969.

The picture (courtesy of the Institute of Jazz Studies) is from ”The Birth of Bebop by Scott DeVeaux published by Picador. Click on “Jazz in Print” for a review of the book.

Bill Evans

Bill Evans
Sketch by Randi W. Hultin, Norwegian journalist, jazz devotee and author of “Born under the sign of Jazz” published by Sanctuary Publishing Limited. Click on ”Jazz in Print” for a review of the book.


Chet Baker

Chet Baker 23/12/1929 – 13/05/1988
In Paris, 1967

Photograph from ”Born under the sign of Jazz” published by Sanctuary Publishing Limited.

Randi Hultin

Randi Hultin1926 – 18/03/2000
Journalist and author of Born under the sign of Jazz pictured on her “jazz staircase” at Gartnerveien, Oslo. Norway in 1984.


The mural at the famous Vanguard jazz club

The mural at the famous Village Vanguard jazz club in Greenwich Village, New York City above has greeted performers and patrons since 1968 and has invited many interpretations. Pictured is the artwork.

Philip Stein, the artist who created the mural, and whose sister, Lorraine Gordon, runs the club, was a onetime assistant to the great Mexican muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros. Mr. Stein passed away on April 27- 2009 aged 90.


The above picture is by Earl Wilson The New York Times and was taken from The New York Times on-line obituary section. Text by William Grimes.

Chuck De Manico, Lou Levy, Art Pepper, Sonny Stitt and Carl Burnett

Pictured left to right;
Chuck De Manico, bass; Lou Levy, piano; Art Pepper, alto sax; Sonny Stitt, alto sax; Carl Burnett, drums.

The above picture is from the Long Play album “Groovin’ High Sonny Stitt and his West Coast Friends. LA27 1004.

Eugene Wright, Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond and Joe Morello

The Quartet
Pictured left to right; Eugene Wright, bass; Dave Brubeck, piano; Paul Desmond, alto sax; Joe Morello, drums (seated).

The photograph by Don Hunstein was taken at the recording session of the historic long play album “Time Out” in 1959.

Dave Brubeck

Dave Brubeck Down Under
Progam cover of the March 1960 Australian concert tour of Dave Brubeck.


Red Norvo

Red Norvo 31/03/1908 – 5/04/1999
Vibraphone
Photograph by Michael Slaughter

Percy Heath

Percy Heath 30/04/1923 – 28/04/2005
Bass
Photograph courtesy of The Frank Driggs Collection/Symil

Miles Davis

Miles Davis 26/05/1926 – 28/09/1991
Trumpet – Flugelhorn
Photograph by Don Hunstein © Sony

Dave Brubeck

Dave Brubeck 6/12/1920
Piano
Photograph by Don Hunstein/Sony Music Archives

Frank Sinatra and Count Basie

Sinatra – Basie
Frank Sinatra and Count Basie from the 1963 Reprise album “Sinatra-Basie.”
Photograph by Ted Allen.

The art of Brubeck

The Art of Brubeck.
The cover art work of TIME Magazine November 8, 1954 featuring pianist Dave Brubeck, the first modern jazz musician to appear on the cover of the magazine.

 
Thad Jones

Thad Jones 28/03/1923 – 20/08/1986
Cornet, trumpet, flugelhorn
The above picture is from “Classic Jazz” 2005 calendar published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc, Rohnert Park, CA. U.S.A. Photograph by Chuck Stewart.

Newport Festival in Australia

Stars of the Newport Festival in Australia.
Pictured above is the program cover of the September 1972 tour of stars of the famous Newport Jazz Festival.
The musicians were brought to Australia by Adelaide (South Australia) jazz lover, entrepreneur, art collector and businessman Kym Bonython.
The line up included; Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass; Alan Dawson, drums; Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax; Jimmy Smith , organ; Joe Newman, trumpet; Art Farmer, flugelhorn; Illinois Jacquet, tenor sax; James Moody, alto, tenor sax, flute; Kenny Burrell, guitar; Roy Haynes, drums.

Errol Garner and his Quartet

Erroll Garner and his Quartet
Program of Garner’s first Australian Tour June/July 1972.
Erroll Garner, piano; Ernest McCarty, bass; Jimmie Smith, drums; Jose Mangual, precussion.
The Erroll Garner Quartet was brought to Australia by # Kym Bonython.
# See above under “Stars of the Newport Festival in Australia”

The Oscar Peterson Trio

The Oscar Peterson Trio
The Oscar Peterson Trio Australian Concert Tour April – 1972.
Oscar Peterson, piano; Michel Donato, bass; Louis Hayes, drums.
The Oscar Peterson Trio was brought to Australia by # Kym Bonython.
# See above under “Stars of the Newport Festiva in Australia”

Wynton & Ellis Marsalis

Ellis Marsalis (left)14/11/1932 Piano
Wynton Marsalis (right) 18/10/1961 Trumpet
The above photograph by Ken Nahoum is from the CD liner notes of “Wynton Marsalis Standard Time Vol. 3 The Resolution of Romance” on the Columbia label CK 46143 see “The Albums”

Bill Evans

Bill Evans 16/08/1929 – 15/09/1980
Piano
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books.

Benny Golson

Benny Golson 25/01/1929
Tenor, soprano saxophone
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books.

Mose Allison

Mose Allison 11/11/1929
Piano, trumpet, vocal
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books.

Charlie Byrd

Charlie Byrd 16/09/1925 – 2/12/1999
Guitar
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books.

Cal Tjader

Cal Tjader 16/07/1925 – 5/05/1982
Vibraphone, percussion
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books. Photograph MGM/Verve Records.

Antonio Carlos Jobim

Antonio Carlos Jobim 1927 – 12-1994
Composer, guitar, piano, vocal
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books. Photograph MGM/Verve Records.

Grant Green

Grant Green 6/06/1931 – 31/01/1979
Gutiar
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books. Photograph Francis Wolf-Blue Note Records.


Junior Mance

Junior Mance 10/10/1928
Piano
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books. Photograph Capitol Records.

Kenny Burrell

Kenny Burrell 31/07/1931
Guitar
The above photograph by Francis Wolfe @ Mosaic Images is from the liner notes of the 2 CD set “Introducing Kenny Burrell – the first Blue Note Sessions” on the Blue Note label 7243 5 24561 2 3 – see “The Albums”

Kai Winding

Kai Winding 18/05/1922 – 7/05/1983
Trombone
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books. Photograph MGM/Verve Records.

 


Art Farmer 21/08/1928 – 4/10/1999
Trumpet, flugelhorn
Illustration by Dick Hendier/Julia Weaver.

Art Tatum

Art Tatum 13/10/1909 - 5/11/1956
Piano
The above picture is from “Classic Jazz” 2005 calendar published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc, Rohnert Park, CA. U.S.A. Photograph by Chuck Stewart.

Nat Adderley & Julian Adderley

Nat Adderley 25/11/1931 - 2/01/2000
Cornet
Julian “Cannonball” Adderley 5/09/1928 - 8/08/1975
Alto saxophone
The above photograph is by Herman Leonard and is from ”The Eye of Jazz” a Viking book published by the Penguin Group. See “Jazz in Print".
© Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com


Charlie Parker

Charlie parker 29/08/1920 - 12/03/1955
Alto saxophone, composer
The above picture is from “Jazz History” 2001 calendar printed in Germany by Tushita Verlags GmbH.

Clark Terry

Clark Terry 14/12/1920
Trumpet, flugelhorn, vocal
The above photograph is by Herman Leonard and is from ”The Eye of Jazz” a Viking book published by the Penguin Group. See “Jazz in Print”.
© Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com


Dinah Washington

Dinah Washington 29/08/1924 - 14/12/1963
Vocal
The above picture is from “Classic Jazz” 2000 calendar published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc, Rohnert Park, CA. U.S.A. Photograph by Herman Leonard. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com

John Birks Gillespie

John Birks “Dizzy” Gillespie 21/10/1917 - 6/01/1993
Trumpet, vocal
The above picture is from “Classic Jazz” 2005 calendar published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc, Rohnert Park, CA. U.S.A. Photograph by Chuck Stewart.


Edward Ellington

Edward “Duke” Ellington 29/04/1899 – 24/05/1974
Piano, bandleader, composer
The above photograph is by Herman Leonard and is from ”The Eye of Jazz” a Viking book published by the Penguin Group. See “Jazz in Print”. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com

Elmo Hope

Elmo Hope 27/06/1923 – 19/05/1967
Piano
The above picture is from the LP album cover “Elmo Hope Sextet and Trio” – photograph by Steve Schapiro. Released on the Riverside label number RLP 381.

Gerry Mulligan

Gerry Mulligan 6/04/1927 – 19/01/1996
Baritone saxophone, composer
The above picture is from ”Jazz the Essential Companion” by Ian Carr, Digby Fairweather and Brian and published by Grafton Books, photography by David Redfern.

Helen Merrill

Helen Merrill 21/07/1921
Vocal
The above photograph by Herman Leonard is from “Classic Jazz” 2002 calendar published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc, Rohnert Park, CA. U.S.A.. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com

Herb Ellis

Herb Ellis 4/08/1921
Guitar
The above picture is from the original LP “Hello Herbie – The Oscar Peterson Trio with Herb Ellis” on the MPS label number MPS 15 262 ST.The photograph is by Atelier F. Hugel. See “The Albums”.

James Moody

James Moody 26/03/1925
Tenor and alto saxophones, flute
The above photograph is by Herman Leonard and is from ”The Eye of Jazz” a Viking book published by the Penguin Group. See “Jazz in Print”.
© Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com


Joe Williams

Joe Williams 12/12/1918 – 30/03/1999
Vocal
The above picture is from “Classic Jazz” 2005 calendar published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc, Rohnert Park, CA. U.S.A. Photograph by Chuck Stewart.

John Coltrane

John Coltrane 23/09/1926 – 17/07/1967
Tenor, soprano saxophone
The above photograph by Charles Stewart is from the CD liner notes of “The Gentle Side of John Coltrane” on the Impulse label GRP 11072 051 107-2 see “The Albums”

Johnny Hodges

Johnny Hodges 25/07/1907 – 11/05/1970
Alto saxophone
The above photograph is by Herman Leonard and is from ”The Eye of Jazz” a Viking book published by the Penguin Group. See “Jazz in Print”. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com

Kenny Clarke

Kenny Clarke 2/02/1914 – 26/01/1985
Drums
The above photograph by Herman Leonard is from “Classic Jazz” 2002 calendar published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc, Rohnert Park, CA. U.S.A.. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com

Lennie Tristano

Lennie Tristano 19/03/1919 – 18/11/1978
Piano
The above photograph is by Herman Leonard and is from ”The Eye of Jazz” a Viking book published by the Penguin Group. See “Jazz in Print”. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com

Lester Young

Lester Young 27/08/1909 – 15/03/1959
Tenor saxophone
The above photograph by Herman Leonard is from “Classic Jazz” 2002 calendar published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc, Rohnert Park, CA. U.S.A. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com


Lucky Thompson

Lucky Thompson 16/06/1924 – 30/07/2005
Tenor saxophone
The above photograph is by Herman Leonard and is from ”The Eye of Jazz” a Viking book published by the Penguin Group. See “Jazz in Print”. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com

Max Roach

Max Roach 10/01/1924 – 15/08/2007
Drums
The above picture is from ”Jazz the Essential ompanion” by Ian Carr, Digby Fairweather and Brian and published by Grafton Books, photography David Redfern.

Miles Davis

Miles Davis 26/05/1926 – 16/01/1970
Trumpet, flugelhorn
The above photograph is by Herman Leonard and is from ”The Eye of Jazz” a Viking book published by the Penguin Group. See “Jazz in Print”. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com


Nat

Nat “King” Cole 17/03/1917 – 15/02/1965
Piano, vocal
The above photograph by Herman Leonard is from “Classic Jazz” 2002 calendar published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc, Rohnert Park, CA. U.S.A. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com

Oscar Peterson

Oscar Peterson 15/08/1925
Piano
The above picture is from the original LP “Hello Herbie – The Oscar Peterson Trio with Herb Ellis” on the MPS label number MPS 15 262 ST.The photograph is by Atelier F. Hugel. See “The Albums”.

Oscar Pettiford

Oscar Pettiford 30/09/1922 – 8/09/1960
Bass
The above photograph is by Herman Leonard and is from ”The Eye of Jazz” a Viking book published by the Penguin Group. See “Jazz in Print”. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com

Shelly Manne

Shelly Manne 11/06/1920 – 26/09/1984
Drums
The above photograph is by Herman Leonard and is from ”The Eye of Jazz” a Viking book published by the Penguin Group. See “Jazz in Print”. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com

Sonny Rollins

Sonny Rollins 7/09/1930
Soprano and tenor saxophones
The above photograph by Herman Leonard is from “Classic Jazz” 2002 calendar published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc, Rohnert Park, CA. U.S.A. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com

Thelonious Monk

Thelonious Monk 10/10/1917 – 17/02/1982
Piano, composer
The above photograph is by Herman Leonard and is from ”The Eye of Jazz” a Viking book published by the Penguin Group. See “Jazz in Print”. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com

Deni Hines & James Morrison

Deni Hines Vocal
James Morrison Multi instrumentalist

J.R. Monterose and Kenny Dorham

J.R. Monterose19/01/1927 – 26/09/1993
Tenor saxophone
Kenny Dorham 30/08/1924 – 5/12/1972
Trumpet
The above photograph is by Francis Wolfe © Mosaic Images and was taken from the CD liner notes of “Kenny Dorham the Complete ‘Round About Midnight at the Café Bohemia” on the Blue Note label 7423 5 33775 2 6 see “The Albums”

Mary Stallings

Mary Stallings
Vocal
The above photograph is by Jimmy Katz and Sputnik and is from the CD liner notes of “Mary Stallings live at the Village Vanguard” on the MaxJazz label MXJ 112 - see “The Albums”

Coleman Hawkins and Miles Davis

Coleman Hawkins 21/11/1904 - 19/05/1969
Tenor saxophone
The above picture is from “The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties” by Leonard Feather and published by Bonanza Books.

Terry Gibbs

Terry Gibbs 13/10/1924
Vibraphone
The above photograph is by Herman Leonard and is from ”The Eye of Jazz” a Viking book published by the Penguin Group. See “Jazz in Print”. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com

Joe Zawinul

Joe Zawinul 7/07/1932 - 11/09/2007
Piano, keyboards
The above photograph (Emmmaneul Grimault, AFP, Getty Images) is from “Richard Cook’s Jazz Encyclopedia” published by Penguin Books

Jimmy Smith

Jimmy Smith 8/12/1925 - 8/02/2005
Organ
The above photograph by David Redfern is from “Jazz history- instruments, musicians, Records” by John Fordham and is a Dorling Kindersley Book publication- see “Jazz in Print”

Ray Brown

Ray Brown 13/10/1926 - 2/07/2002
Bass
The above photograph is by Herman Leonard and is from ”The Eye of Jazz” a Viking book published by the Penguin Group. See “Jazz in Print”. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com

Zoot Sims

Zoot Sims 29/10/1925 - 23/03/1985
Tenor saxophone
The above picture is from “Classic Jazz” 2005 calendar published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc, Rohnert Park, CA. U.S.A. Photograph by Chuck Stewart.

Buddy Rich

Buddy Rich 30/09/1917 - 2/04/1987
Drums
The above photograph is by Herman Leonard and is from ”The Eye of Jazz” a Viking book published by the Penguin Group. See “Jazz in Print”. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com

Sonny Rollins

Sonny Rollins 7/09/1930
Tenor and alto sax
Photography: Dave Hecht/BMGArchives

Wes Montgomery

Wes Montgomery 6/03/1925 - 15/06/1968
Guitar
The above picture is from “Jazz at Ronnie Scott’s” by Kitty Grime – photography by Val Wilmer, and published by Robert Hale Limited London. See “Jazz in Print”

Sonny Stitt

Sonny Stitt 2/02/1924 - 22/07/1982
Alto and tenor saxophone
The above photograph is by Herman Leonard and is from ”The Eye of Jazz” a Viking book published by the Penguin Group. See “Jazz in Print”. © Herman Leonard Photography LLC www.hermanleonard.com
 

 

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