Jazz enthusiasts - A Joe Henderson find .....

When crusing the bins the other day I found a 2cd set on Blue Note label "The State of the Tenor - Live at the Village Vanguard)". I bought it because of Henderson but also because it included bassist Ron Carter whom I also really like. They are reissues based on a 3 day session at the VV in the mid 80's. This is IMHO some of Henderson's best and the recording is pretty good as well. If you like jazz I don't know how you could go wrong. :-)
Thanks for the tip, Newbee. Like you and Knownothing, I've always enjoyed Lush Life. After reading this thread yesterday, I listened to it and So Near So Far last night. If you're not familiar with the latter, you might look for it. It's a tribute to Miles Davis.
Jim, Thanks for the recommendation. I've put it on my shopping list along with Inner Urge suggested by Synthfreek. I'm going to pick up his "Music of Antonio Carlos Jobin" as well.

I also appreciate Oddmorning's comments endorsing the recording. It will get good play time in my house. :-)
Ee3, I have the Chesky Audiophile Gold cd of "New York Reunion." It's well recorded but seems somehow lacking in emotional involvement. I had high hopes for it before purchase.