It's the Nat King Cole trio of the early 40's, before Nat choose to go more commercial (singing).That rhythm section is swinging it's *** off!!
Good stuff, thanks for posting.
Great info, thanks Pete!Nice one WSR .
It's actually not from 1942, but from the first Jazz At The Philharmonic concert from July 2, 1944.
Jacquet plays the second tenor solo starting at 3:27 and kills them all (at age 21)! :mrgreen:
Tenor Saxophone – Jack McVea (first tenor solo), Illinois Jacquet (second tenor solo at 3:27)
Trombone – J.J. Johnson
Guitar – Les Paul
Piano – Nat King Cole
Bass – Johnny Miller
Drums – Lee Young (the brother of Lester)
(Track 1-03: https://www.discogs.com/Jazz-At-The...hilharmonic-On-Verve-1944-1949/release/476803)