from the album “Something Blue” by Paul Horn, recorded march 1960.
Years before Paul Horn became famous for his pioneering new age and mood music albums, he was an adventurous bop-based improviser trying to create an alternative to the hard bop music of the era. [source]
Paul Horn – Saxophone, Flute
Emil Richards – Vibes
Jimmy Bond – Bass
Paul Moer – Piano
Billy Higgins – Drums
Beyond All Limits perfomed by Larry Young released on the album Unity in 1966.
Unity is an album by jazz organist Larry Young, released on the Blue Note label. While not free jazz, the album features innovative experimentation. The title was chosen by Young because “although everybody on the date was very much an individualist, they were all in the same frame of mood. It was evident from the start that everything was fitting together.” The album was Young’s second for Blue Note, following on from Into Somethin´. [source]
Larry Young – Hammond
Woody Shaw – Trumpet
Joe Henderson – Tenor Saxophone
Elvin Jones – Drums
From the movie JAZZ FESTIVAL, Vol. 2 – Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, recorded 9 January 1962.
Ray Nance – Trumpet / Shorty Baker – Trumpet / Cat Anderson – Trumpet / Bill Berry – Trumpet / Ed Mullens – Trumpet / Lawrence Brown – Trombone / Leon Cox – Trombone / Chuck Connors – Trombone / Russell Procope – Alt Saxophone / Johnny Hodges – Alt Saxophone / Paul Gonsalves – Tenor Saxophone / Jimmy Hamilton – Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone / Harry Carney – Bars / Duke Ellington – Piano / Aaron Bell – Bass / Sam Woodyard – Drums
From the album Air by Cecil Taylor , recorded 12th October 1960 NYC.
Air is an album by Cecil Taylor recorded for the Candid label in October 1960. The album features performances by Taylor with Archie Shepp, Buell Neidlinger,Denis Charles and Sunny Murray on alternate takes of material released on The World of Cecil Taylor (1960). The allmusic review by Brian Olewnick states “One can only imagine what the reaction of the average jazz fan was in 1960 when this session was recorded. This is a wonderful document from early in Taylor’s career, when he was midway between modernist approaches to standard material and his own radical experiments that would come to full fruition a few years hence… A classic recording that belongs in anyone’s collection” [source]
Cecil Taylor – Piano
Archie Shepp – Tenor Saxophone
Buell Neidlinger – Bass
Dennis Charles - Drums (Sunny Murray – Drums on Number One, take 1)