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BLUE MITCHELL: " the cup bearers " ( fantasy records ) personnel: Blue Mitchell - trumpet Junior Cook - tenor saxophone Cedar Walton - piano Gene Taylor - bass Roy Brooks - drums

THE RED GARLAND TRIO: " it's a blue world " ( fantasy records ) personnel: Red Garland - piano Paul Chambers - double bass Art Taylor - drum

RED GARLAND: " the nearness of you " ( fantasy records ) personnel: Red Garland - piano Larry Ridley - bass Frank Gant - drums

COLEMAN HAWKINS : " the hawk relaxes " ( fantasy records ) personnel: Coleman Hawkins - tenor saxophone Ronnell Bright - piano Kenny Burrell - guitar Ron Carter - bass Andrew Cyrille - drums

BENNIE GREEN : " walking down " ( fantasy records ) personnel: Bennie Green - trombone Eric Dixon - tenor saxophone Lloyd Mayers - piano Sonny Wellesley - bass Bill English - drums

JAZZ ARTISTS GUILD: " newport rebels " ( candid records) personnel: Abbey Lincoln (vocal), Benny Bailey (trumpet), Booker Little (trumpet), Charles Mingus (bass), Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone), Jimmy Knepper (trombone), Jo Jones (drums), Julian Priester (trombone), Kenny Dorham (piano), Peck Morrison (bass), Roy Eldrige (trumpet), Tommy Flanagan (piano) and Walter Benton (tenor saxophone).

DON CHERRY: " complete communion " ( blue note )personnel: Don Cherry: cornet Leandro "Gato" Barbieri: tenor saxophone Henry Grimes: bass Edward Blackwell: drums

BOOKER ERVIN: " the bues book " (fantasy records ) personnel :Booker Ervin - tenor saxophone Carmell Jones - trumpet Gildo Mahones - piano Richard Davis - bass Alan Dawson - drums

Chet Baker's trumpet, Los Angeles, 1953 • Photographed by Bob Willoughby

Bill Evans | by Roberto Polillo. In the spring of 1958, Evans began an eight-month gig with the Miles Davis Sextet. He was deeply involved in the planning and execution of Davis' epochal Kind of Blue album in 1959, contributing ideas about mood, structure, and modal improvisation, and collaborating on several of the compositions. The album contains some of the most moving performances of Evans' career.