September 23, 2018

In 1959, tenor sax legend Ben Webster was joined in session by fellow giants of the same kind of horn, Coleman Hawkins and Budd Johnson (along with trumpeter Roy Eldridge) to do a take on Duke Ellington's "In A Mellow Tone."

They all stretch out on it, taking the song to an elongated places and it make one incredible jam.

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