The sax soloist on Blakey's first studio cut of Timmon's "Moanin" is Benny Golson and that album is pure dynamite, what with Lee Morgan and all. But Golson somehow never received the praise for his playing on cuts like these I feel he deserved. Solid as Rollins, and as slippery as Cannonball, bluesy, risky - the whole 9 yards. It seems being a great composer sometimes overshadows one's prowess on the instrument. Wayne Shorter also comes to mind. Golson never makes anyone's top 10. Why do you guys not rate him more highly?