BEST little know Jazz Album that you ever heard?

DUKE PEARSON THE RIGHT TOUCH 1969. I have it in my top 5 all time!



Good choice! I’ve had that CD at least 15years and still listen to it. Love the combination of Jack Sheldon (Trumpet) and Harold Land (Tenor saxophone) terrific chemistry.

My choice for "little known gem" (So many I could name 😊) "Constellation" by Sonny Stitt. He alternates between Alto and Tenor saxophones with superb accompanying by pianist Barry Harris. Nice mixture of Hard bop and ballads.


@charles1dad @wharfy on the Duke Pearson cd. Stanley Turrentine, Grady Tate, James Spaulding, Freddie Hubbard, Gene Taylor, Jerry Dodgen, Garnett Brown.  With those guys I knew!