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An all star assembly here. George Young is one of the least known real monsters of the tenor and he's on fire here.

 

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Wow! Thanks for the share, you are definitely right when he's a lesser known of the monster players! Loving it. That bass player rocks too.
 

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Wow! Thanks for the share, you are definitely right when he's a lesser known of the monster players! Loving it. That bass player rocks too.
Eddie Gomez, another overlooked giant. David Mathews I don't know anything about. Steve Gadd needs no introduction, neither does the late great Lou Soloff.
I'm glad you like it.
 

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Steve Gadd and Eddie Gomez from the 80's again, this time with Ronnie Cuber, Richard Tee and Cornell Dupree

 

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Eddie Gomez!!!!! What a singing double bass sound! Bass solos only from Eddie!
 
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