Sunday Jazz Continues…R.I.P Wayne Henderson, a trombonist and composer who was a founding member of the Jazz Crusaders, which played straight-ahead bebop beginning in the 1950s and then morphed into leading performers of jazz-funk, died on April 5 in Culver City, Calif. He was 74. This was per the New York Times article dated..4/9/2014.
..Let’s listen to his version of the classic jazz song Lush Life…from his Big Daddy’s Place album from 1977…check out the fine players he has with him..plus the nice track…
Digital Crate Digging Continues…checking out Ronnie Laws – People Make The World Go Round..
This was recorded live at Elisabeth Park in Trenton, Michigan at a music festival As you’ll see behind the stage was a river. Couldn’t find any thing on the musicians playing with him. This courtesy of livegigvideo1 Check it out.