Ronnie Ross discography...
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Ronnie Ross discography...
Ronnie Ross was born in Calcutta, India in 1933. Both his parents were Scottish and returned to the UK when he was thirteen. He started on alto sax playing his first gigs in 1953 on tenor. He began working with Don Rendell in early 1954, playing tenor but soon switched to the baritone sax which he specialised in thereafter. He had a brief spell with Tony Crombie in 1955 and then, through the 1950s worked with Tony Kinsey and Don Rendell again and the big bands of Ted Heath, Tommy Watt and Johnny Keating before forming the Jazzmakers in 1958, a group he co-led with Allan Ganley.
In 1959 he worked briefly in the US with Jimmy Deuchar and Ronnie Scott and toured the UK with Woody Herman's Anglo-American Herd. The Jazzmakers disbanded in 1960 and a US tour with Vic Lewis followed before he formed a quintet with trumpeter Bert Courtley. In the early 1960s he worked with the Bill Le Sage Quartet (1961-65), Johnny Dankworth (1961-64) and the Clarke Boland big band (1965-66) as well as appearing at the Half Note club in New York with Jimmy Deuchar and Ronnie Scott in 1963.
Ronnie Ross (1969) As jazz faded in the 1960s he did more and more commercial studio work appearing only occasionally on the jazz scene. He continued to work through the 1970s and 1980s with top musicians including Johnny Dankworth, Maynard Ferguson, Woody Herman and Stan Tracey in a variety of settings, as well as leading his own groups of varying size until his death from cancer in 1991.

Music In the Making - January 27th, 1954 (Vogue LDE051)
This is an interesting LP that includes the following personnel: Jo Hunter, Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Keith Christie (tb), Jimmy Skidmore, Ronnie Ross, Don Rendell (ts), Derek Smith, Ralph Dollimore, Dill Jones (p), Sammy Stokes, Johnny Hawksworth (b), Phil Seamen, Allan Ganley (d). Full LP/CD detail

Jo Hunter, Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Keith Christie (tb), Jimmy Skidmore, Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross, Don Rendell (ts), Derek Smith (p), Sammy Stokes (b), Phil Seamen (d).
Best Koller*
(*Jasmine CD - Music In the Making)

Derek Smith Trio With Don Rendell And Ronnie Ross - NJF concert at the Festival Hall London on February 28th, 1954 (All titles on Esquire 32-004 - (1)EP41 - (2)EP42) (JJ4)
Ronnie Ross, Don Rendell (ts), Derek Smith (p), Jack Fallon (b), Lennie Hastings (d).
Best Keller(1)/China Mina(1)/Hearsay(2)/Minor Tor(2).

Don Rendell Sextet - June 9th, 1954 (Tempo EXA16)
Dickie Hawdon (fh), Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (ts), Damian Robinson (p), Ashley Kozac (b), Derek Hogg (d).
My Heart Belongs to Daddy*/Little Boy Green*^/Cool June (unissued)/Jerry The Joker (unissued).
(*Jasmine CD - Meet Don Rendell)
(^Ember CD - The Best Of British Jazz featuring the stars of the British modern jazz scene from the 1950s and 1960s)

Don Rendell Sextet - October 30th, 1954 (Decca LK4087) (JMC9)
Dickie Hawdon (tp,fh), Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Damian Robinson (p), Pete Elderfield (b), Benny Goodman (d).
My Honey's Lovin' Arms*#/Give Me The Simple Life*#/Roomin' With Moomin*#/Chelsea Bridge*.
(*Jasmine CD - Modern Jazz At The Royal Festival Hall - 1954)
(#Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Ronnie Ross Seven Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Don Rendell Six Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)

Don Rendell Sextet - February 22nd, 1955 (Tempo)
Dickie Hawdon (tp,fh), Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Damian Robinson (p), Pete Elderfield (b), Don Lawson (d).
Did'nt We*/Muskrat Ramble*/Thames Walk*/Dance Of The Ooblies*.
(*Jasmine CD - Meet Don Rendell)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Don Rendell Six Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)

Tony Crombie And His Orchestra - March 31st, 1955 (Decca)
Jimmy Deuchar, Les Condon (tp), Ken Wray (tb), Derek Humble (as), Don Rendell, Al Cornish (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Damian Robinson (p), Lennie Bush (b), Tony Crombie (d), Annie Ross, Art Baxter (vcl).
Baby Mine (AB vcl)/Flying Home/Early One Morning#/Tiptoe Through The Tulips/The Fish (AR vcl)*/Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean (AR vcl)*
(#Ember CD - The Best Of British Jazz featuring the stars of the British modern jazz scene from the 1950s and 1960s)
(#Ember CD - Tony Crombie - A Tribute)

(*Jasmine CD - Annie Ross - Twisted)

Ronnie Ross and Don Rendell (1955) Don Rendell Quintet - May 16th, 1955 (Tempo EXA20)
Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Damian Robinson (p), Sammy Stokes (b), Benny Goodman (d).
The Griffin*/Cool Sparks*#/Carolet*/Some Of Us*.
(*Jasmine CD - Meet Don Rendell)
(#Giant Steps 2CD set - Soho After Dark 'London's '50s Modern Jazz Scene')

Tony Crombie And His Orchestra - July 7th, 1955 (Decca)
personnel as March 31st.
Flying Hickory/String Of Pearls.

Tony Kinsey Quartet - August 3rd, 1955 (Decca DFE6285)
Ronnie Ross (bs), Bill Le Sage (p,vib), Eric Dawson (b), Tony Kinsey (d).
Close Your Eyes*#/Pierrot*/Makin' Whopee*#/I Never Knew^.
(#Harkit CD - The Decca Sessions)
(*Acrobat 6CD set - The Tony Kinsey Collection 1953 - 1961)

Tony Crombie And His Orchestra - September 28th, 1955 (Decca)
Personnel as March 31st.
I Want You To Be My Baby (AR vcl)*/Hawk-eye (unissued)/Three Little Words (AR vcl).
(*Jasmine CD - Annie Ross - Twisted)

September, 1955 (Decca)
Personnel as March 31st.
Only You (AR vcl)*/Cry Me A River (AR vcl)*.
(*Jasmine CD - Annie Ross - Twisted)

Tony Kinsey Quartet - October 18th, 1955 (Decca)
Ronnie Ross (bs), Bill Le Sage (p,vib), Eric Dawson (b), Tony Kinsey (d).
Hey There*#/Starboard Bow*#/Ballet*#/Body And Soul*#.
(#Harkit CD - The Decca Sessions)
(*Acrobat 6CD set - The Tony Kinsey Collection 1953 - 1961)

Cleo Laine with... - December 13th, 1955 (Nixa NJE1010)
Cleo Laine (vcl), Eddie Blair (tp), Ken Wray (tb), Dougie Robinson (as), Tommy Whittle (as Virgil Nameless) (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Max Harris (p), Sammy Stokes (b), Eddie Taylor (d), Johnny Dankworth (arr).
Jeepers Creepers*/I'm Beginning To See The Light*/Deep In A Dream*/I'm Putting All My Eggs In One Basket*.
(#Avid 2 CD set - Johnny Dankworth and Cleo Laine - Spread a Little Happiness)

Tony Crombie And His Orchestra - c1955/1956 (Israel Radio broadcast)
Probable personnel: Jimmy Deuchar, Les Condon (tp), Ken Wray (tb), Derek Humble (as), Don Rendell, Al Cornish (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Damian Robinson (p), Lennie Bush (b), Tony Crombie (p,d), Johnny Grant, Annie Ross (vcl).
Short Stop*/C'est Si Bon (AR vcl)*^/Don't Worry About Me (AR vcl)*^/You Go To My Head (JG vcl)*/I Can't Believe (AR vcl)*^.
(*Ember CD - Tony Crombie - A Tribute)
(^Ember CD - Annie Ross sings a handful of songs)

Tony Kinsey Quintet - February 20th, 1956 (Decca)
Ronnie Ross (bs), Dill Jones (p), Bill Le Sage (vib), Eric Dawson (b), Tony Kinsey (d).
Stompin' At The Savoy*/China Boy*/Moonglow/One O'Clock Jump.
(*Acrobat 6CD set - The Tony Kinsey Collection 1953 - 1961)

Johnny Keating All Stars - March 19th and 20th, 1956 (British Jazz - Oriole MG20011)
Eddie Blair (tp), Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Bill Le Sage (p), Johnny Hawksworth (b), Ronnie Verrell (d).
Strictly For Kyx*/Good Life*.
Eddie Blair, Bobby Pratt (tp), Jimmy Wilson (tb), Ian Powell (tu), Ronnie Chamberlain (as), Don Rendell, Tommy Whittle (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Bill Le Sage (p,vib), Johnny Hawksworth (b), Ronnie Verrell (d), Dizzy Reece (bgo-1).
Gibraltar Rocks*/Piccadilly Jumps* (1).
Eddie Blair (tp), Ronnie Chamberlain (as), Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Bill Le Sage (p,vib), Johnny Hawksworth (b), Ronnie Verrell (d).
Lazy*.
(*Vocalion CD - British Jazz & Swinging Scots)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Don Rendell Six Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)

Tony Kinsey Quartet - April 30th, 1956 (Decca)
Ronnie Ross (bs), Bill Le Sage (p,vib), Eric Dawson (b), Tony Kinsey (d).
A Smooth One*#/In A Ditch*/Isolation*#/Lullaby Of The Leaves*#. (May 28th).
(#Harkit CD - The Decca Sessions)
(*Acrobat 6CD set - The Tony Kinsey Collection 1953 - 1961)

Tony Kinsey Quintet - 1956 (BBC Jazz Club)
Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Bill Le Sage (p,vib), Pete Blannin (b), Tony Kinsey (d).
Love For Sale*/Wednesday Night Special*/Supper Party*.
(*Acrobat 6CD set - The Tony Kinsey Collection 1953 - 1961)

Tony Kinsey Quintet - October 18th, 1956 (Decca)
Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Bill Le Sage (p,vib), Pete Blannin (b), Tony Kinsey (d).
Mean To Me*/Supper Party*.
(*Acrobat 6CD set - The Tony Kinsey Collection 1953 - 1961)

Tony Kinsey Quintet - November 8th, 1956 (Decca)
personnel as October 18th.
Caravan*/Cambridge Blues*/Love For Sale*.
(*Vocalion CD - Introducing Tony Kinsey Quintet/Jazz At The Flamingo)
(*Acrobat 6CD set - The Tony Kinsey Collection 1953 - 1961)

Ken Moule Arranges For: - November 22nd, 1956 (Decca)
Leon Calvert (tp), George Chisholm (tb), Dougie Robinson (as), Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Ken Moule (p), Arthur Watts (b), Allan Ganley (d).
Son Of Ponckle/Nice Work If You Can Get It*/Prelude To A Kiss*.
(*Vocalion CD - Jazz At Toad Hall/Ken Moule Arranges For)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Ronnie Ross Seven Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Don Rendell Six Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)

Tony Kinsey Quintet - November 30th, 1956 (Decca)
Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Bill Le Sage (p,vib), Pete Blannin (b), Tony Kinsey (d).
In A Mellow Tone*/You Are Too Beautiful*/Nice Work If You Can Get It*/Sweet And Lovely*.
(*Vocalion CD - Introducing Tony Kinsey Quintet/Jazz At The Flamingo)
(*Acrobat 6CD set - The Tony Kinsey Collection 1953 - 1961)

Ken Moule Arranges For: - December 6th, 1956 (Decca)
Leon Calvert (tp), George Chisholm (tb), Dougie Robinson (as), Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Ken Moule (p), Arthur Watts (b), Allan Ganley (d).
You've Done Something To My Heart*/Makin Whopee*.
(*Vocalion CD - Jazz At Toad Hall/Ken Moule Arranges For)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Ronnie Ross Seven Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Don Rendell Six Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)

Tony Kinsey Quintet - December 31st, 1956 (Decca)
Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Bill Le Sage (p,vib), Pete Blannin (b), Tony Kinsey (d).
No Name Flyer*.
(*Vocalion CD - Introducing Tony Kinsey Quintet/Jazz At The Flamingo)
(*Acrobat 6CD set - The Tony Kinsey Collection 1953 - 1961)

Don Rendell Jazz Six - January 15th, 1957 (Don Rendell presents the Jazz Six - Nixa NJL7)
Kenny Wheeler (tp), Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (as,bs), Ken Moule (p), Arthur Watts (b), Don Lawson (d).
Jack O'Lantern*/Will O' The Wisp*/I Saw Stars*/Limehouse Blues*.
(*Vocalion CD - Don Rendell presents the Jazz Six / Tenorama Highlights)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Ronnie Ross Seven Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Don Rendell Six Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)

Ken Moule Arranges For: - January 17th, 1957 (Decca)
Leon Calvert (tp), George Chisholm (tb), Dougie Robinson (as), Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Ken Moule (p), Arthur Watts (b), Allan Ganley (d).
Lullaby Of The Leaves*/The Tired Badger*/Cobbly*/Lulu's Back In Town*/My Funny Valentine*/High Ratio*.
(*Vocalion CD - Jazz At Toad Hall/Ken Moule Arranges For)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Ronnie Ross Seven Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Don Rendell Six Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)

Tony Kinsey Quintet - January 18th, 1957 (Decca)
Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Bill Le Sage (p,vib), Pete Blannin (b), Tony Kinsey (d).
Take The A Train*.
(*Vocalion CD - Introducing Tony Kinsey Quintet/Jazz At The Flamingo)
(*Acrobat 6CD set - The Tony Kinsey Collection 1953 - 1961)

Don Rendell Jazz Six - January 18th and 31st, 1957 (Don Rendell presents the Jazz Six - Nixa NJL7)
Kenny Wheeler(#only), Bert Courtley (tp), Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (as,bs), Ken Moule (p), Arthur Watts (b), Don Lawson (d).
Out Of Nowhere#*/Ignis Fatuus*/Star Eyes^*/I Know Why*/Takin' A Chance On Love*.
(^Castle 3CD box set - Too Hot - The Best of British Mainstream Jazz)
(*Vocalion CD - Don Rendell presents the Jazz Six / Tenorama Highlights)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Ronnie Ross Seven Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Don Rendell Six Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)

Johnny Keating All Stars - April 29th and 30th, 1957 (Swinging Scots - London LTZD 15122)
Bobby Pratt, Tommy McQuater, Eddie Blair, Duncan Campbell, Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Jock Bain, Jimmy Wilson, Wally Smith, George Chisholm (tb), Burt Harden (tu), George Hunter, Ronnie Baker (as), Tommy Whittle, Duncan Lamont (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Andy Dennits (p), Alan Metcalfe (g), Jack Seymour (b), Bobby Orr (d).
Hampden Roars*/Down South Blues*/Clachnacudan Canal*.
Bobby Pratt, Eddie Blair (tp), George Chisholm (tb), Burt Harden (tu), George Hunter (as), Tommy Whittle, Duncan Lamont (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Andy Dennits (p), Alan Metcalfe (g), Jack Seymour (b), Bobby Orr (d).
Headin' North*/Loch Ness Monster*.
Eddie Blair, Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Ronnie Baker (as,cl), Tommy Whittle (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Andy Dennits (p), Alan Metcalfe (g), Jack Seymour (b), Bobby Orr (d).
Thistle Swing*/Tam O'Shanter*/Kiltie*.
Duncan Lamont (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Andy Dennits (p), Alan Metcalfe (g), Jack Seymour (b), Bobby Orr (d).
Double Scotch*.
(*Vocalion CD - British Jazz & Swinging Scots)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Ronnie Ross Seven Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)

Humphrey Lyttelton and his Band - September 5th, 1957 (Decca LK4276)
Humphrey Lyttelton, Bert Courtley (tp), Maurice Pratt, Rick Kennedy, Alec McGuinness (tb), Ronnie Ross (as), Jimmy Skidmore, Don Rendell (ts), Alex Leslie (bs), Ron Davey (vib), Ian Armit (p), Brian Brocklehurst (b), Eddie Taylor (d).
Manhattan/Singin' The Blues/Sweethearts On Parade.

Don Rendell Jazz Six - September 24th, 1957 (Nixa NJE1044 - *NJT509) (JM0358)
Bert Courtley (tp), Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (as,bs), Eddie Harvey (tb,p), Kenny Napper (b), Phil Seamen (d).
Rambo/Doggin' Around/Salamander Stroll/Rush Job*.
(*Castle 3CD box set - Too Hot - The Best of British Mainstream Jazz)
(*Vocalion CD - Don Rendell presents the Jazz Six / Tenorama Highlights)

Ken Moule's Music - January 28th/February 4th, 1958 (Decca)
Leon Calvert (tp), George Chisholm (tb), Dickie Hawdon (ten-h), Johnny Scott, Roy Willox(or Derek Grossmith) (f), Dougie Robinson (as), Bob Efford (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Bob Edwards (tu), Ken Moule (p), Arthur Watts (b), Allan Ganley (d).
Messin' About In Boats*/Mr.Toad*/Mouse Carol*/Wind In The Willows*.
(*Vocalion CD - Jazz At Toad Hall/Ken Moule Arranges For)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Ronnie Ross Seven Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Don Rendell Six Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)

Ken Moule's Music - February 11th/13th, 1958 (Decca)
Leon Calvert (tp), George Chisholm (tb), Dougie Robinson (as), Bob Efford, Art Ellefson(or Johnny Scott) (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Ken Moule (p), Arthur Watts (b), Allan Ganley (d).
The Boy Friend*/Fishin' The Blues*/Will O'-The Wisp*/Poor Arthur*/Blue Grass*.
(*Vocalion CD - Jazz At Toad Hall/Ken Moule Arranges For)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Ronnie Ross Seven Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Don Rendell Six Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)

Anthony Brookes has provided information about an an unusual and little known record made in Stuttgart, Germany in 1958 that Ronnie Ross recorded with MJQ pianist John Lewis and the Stuttgart Symphony Orchestra. The record, issued on a French label, was not released in the UK: "This is one of the best fusion albums I have ever come across. The symphonic writing strikes just the right balance, being neither pretentious nor dumbed down, while the jazz solos are superb. Midsommer is a beautifully relaxed piece, full of sunshine and romance, with Ross in splendid ballad form perfectly set off by the lush accompaniment...The Queen's Fancy is taken at a brisk tempo and has Ross and Weinkopf taking two cracking choruses each. Lewis actually makes the orchestra swing on this one and on Three Windows and Two Degrees. Cortege has Ross introducing the quicker section, with shattering effect..."
John Lewis with the Stuttgart Symphony Orchestra - February 20th and 21st, 1958 (RCA Standard430-287)
John Lewis (p), Ronnie Ross (bs), Gerry Weinkopf (fl), Percy Heath (b), Connie Kay (d), Stuttgart Symphony Orchestra conducted by John Lewis.
Midsommer/The Queen's Fancy/Three Windows/Cortege/Two Degrees East and Three Degrees West/England's Carol.

Don Rendell Jazz Six - March 13th/14th, 1958 (Decca LK4265 - DFE6501^)
Bert Courtley (tp), Don Rendell (ts), Ronnie Ross (as,bs), Eddie Harvey (tb,p), Pete Blannin (b), Andy White (d).
It's Playtime*/Johnny Come Lately*/Hit The Road To Dreamland*/The Lady Is A Tramp*/Packet Of Blues^*/Dolly Mixture*/My Friend Tom^*/This Can't Be Love*/By-pass*/Tickletoe^*.
(*Vocalion CD - Don Rendell - Playtime)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Ronnie Ross Seven Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Don Rendell Six Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)

Ronnie Ross Quintet - May 2nd, 1958 (Double event - Parlophone PMC1079)
Bert Courtley (tp,mell), Ronnie Ross (as,bs), Eddie Harvey (tb,p), Pete Blannin (b), Andy White (d).
Stompin'*/Lucky Bean*/Donation*.
(*Fantastic Voyage CD - Stompin' with The Ronnie Ross Quintet)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Ronnie Ross Seven Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)

Ronnie Ross Quintet - June 7th, 1958 (Double event - Parlophone PMC1079)
personnel as May 2nd.
Blue Grass*/Red Prune*/Blues For Terrasita*/Smoke Gets In Your Eyes*#/T's And A's*/The Serpent*/Slidin'*.
(*Fantastic voyage CD - Stompin' with The Ronnie Ross Quintet)
(#Fantastic Voyage 2 CD set - Ember Jazz - The Flamingo Connection)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Ronnie Ross Seven Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)

The International Youth Band were recorded in New York - the album was not released in the UK...
The International Youth Band - July 4th and 5th 1958 (Newport 1958 - Capital CL1246)
A seventeen piece big band including Ronnie Ross (bs), Andy Marsala (as) and Dusko Doykovich (tp), directed by Marshall Brown.
Don't Wait For Henry*/Don't Blame Me*/Jazz Concerto For Alto Saxophone*/Too Marvellous For Words*/Swingin' The Blues*/Imagination*/Newport Suite* (Opus 24-A Blues And A Dance)
(*Real Gone Jazz 4 CD set - Ronnie Ross Seven Classic Albums plus bonus tracks)

Melody Maker's All Stars - November, 1958 (All the Winners - Nixa NJT518) (JM0559)
Tubby Hayes (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Bill le Sage (vib), Dave Goldberg (g), Johnny Hawksworth (b), Allan Ganley (d).
Hark Dog*.
(*Vocalion CD - Jazz Today - Buddy Featherstonhaugh, Harry Klein and others)
(*Jasmine CD -Tubby Hayes - London Pride)

Tommy Watt and his Orchestra - 1958 (It might as well be spring - Parlophone PMC1068)
Stan Roderick, Tommy McQuater, Bert Courtley, Albert Hall (tp), George Chisholm, Jock Bain, Jackie Armstrong, Jack Irvine (tb), Johnny Scott, Peter Edge, George Hunter, Bob Efford, Ronnie Ross (reeds), Tubby Hayes (ts,vib), Tommy Watt (p,arr), Ike Isaacs (g), Joe Muddel (b), Phil Seamen (d), Tommy Blades (perc).
Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey#/Easy Street#/Going To The Country Fair#/Beaulieu Beef#^/Poor Little Rich Girl#/Medley* (Lullaby Of The Leaves/It Might As Well Be Spring/September Song)/I'll String Along With You#/The Moon Was Yellow#^/The Piper's Son#/Scooter Brain#/Vibe Rations#^/Five foot Two, Eyes Of Blue#/Medley* (My Heart Stood Still/Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart/My Heart Belong to Daddy)/Rock Bottom#.
(#EMI Gold CD - the best of Tommy Watt)
(*Vocalion CD - Watts Cooking)
(^Jasmine CD -Tubby Hayes - London Pride)

Humphrey Lyttelton and his Band - February 9th, 1959 (London LL3132)
Humphrey Lyttelton (tp), Tony Coe (cl), Kathy Stobart, Jimmy Skidmore (ts,cl), Ronnie Ross (as,cl), Joe Temperley (bs,b-cl), Ian Armit (p), Brian Brocklehurst (b), Eddie Taylor (d).
Sleepy Time Down South*/Blue And Sentimental*.
(*Vocalion CD - Humphrey Lyttelton and his band - Humph dedicates)

Humphrey Lyttelton and his Band - February 16th, 1959 (London LL3132)
Humphrey Lyttelton, Eddie Blair, Bert Courtley, Bobby Pratt (tp), John Picard, Eddie Harvey, Keith Christie (tb), Tony Coe (as,cl), Ronnie Ross (as), Jimmy Skidmore, Kathy Stobart (ts), Joe Temperley (bs), Ian Armit (p), Brian Brocklehurst (b), Eddie Taylor (d).
Swingtime In The Rockies*/I Can't Get Started*/For Dancers Only*/Alligator Crawl*.
(*Vocalion CD - Humphrey Lyttelton and his band - Humph dedicates)

Kenny Baker and his Band - February 23rd/24th, 1959 (Columbia 33S1140)
Kenny Baker, Albert Hall, Stan Reynolds, Ronnie Simmons (tp), Eddie Harvey, Ken Wray (tb), Ray Premru (bs-tp, bs-tb), Mike Senn (as), Don Rendell, Art Ellefson (ts), Johnny Scott (fl,ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Bill Le Sage (vib), Norman Stenfalt (p), Jack Seymour (b), Jackie Dougan (d).
Blowin' Up A Storm/More Than You Know/Call Of The Flute/Cambridge Blues/Influential Character/Jazzmen/Threesome/Sunrise Serenade/Too Cool For The Blues*.
(*Castle 3CD box set - Too Hot - The Best of British Mainstream Jazz)

This was a combined US/UK band that Woody Herman put together for a European concert tour...
Woody Herman's Anglo-American Herd - April, 1959 (?)
Nat Adderley, Les Condon, Bert Courtley, Renauld Jones, Kenny Wheeler (tp), Bill Harris, Eddie Harvey, Ken Wray (tb), Woody Herman (cl,as), Art Ellefson, Don Rendell, Ronnie Ross, Johnny Scott (saxes), Charlie Byrd (g), Vince Guaraldi (p), Keeter Betts (b), Jimmy Cambell (d).
The Preacher/Like Some Blues Man, Like/From Pillar To Post/Four Brothers/Opus De Funk/Early Autumn/Playgirl Stroll/Wood Chopper's Ball.

Tommy Watt and his Orchestra - June 1st and 2nd, 1959 (Watts Cooking - Parlophone PMC1107)
Stan Roderick, Tommy McQuater, Bert Courtley, Albert Hall (tp), George Chisholm, Jock Bain, Jackie Armstrong, Jack Irvine (tb), Jim Powell (tuba), Jim Buck Sr., S.Saville, R.Young, (frhrn), Johnny Scott, George Hunter, Bob Efford, Ronnie Ross (reeds), Tubby Hayes (ts,vib), Tommy Watt (p,arr), Artur Watts (b), Phil Seamen (d), Tommy Blades (perc).
An Apple For The Teacher*#/Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries*#/Crumpets For The Count*#/Embargo On Escargot*#^/Little Jack Horner*#/Sugar Mixture*/I'm Putting All My Eggs In One Basket*#/Black Coffee*#^/Honeybun*#/Sugar*#.
(#EMI Gold CD - the best of Tommy Watt)
(*Vocalion CD - Watts Cooking)
(^Jasmine CD -Tubby Hayes - London Pride)

Vic Lewis and his Group - June 24th, 1959 (Concept)
Eddie Blair, Les Condon (tp), George Chisholm (tb), Roy East (as), Ronnie Scott (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Alan Branscombe (p), Bill Sutcliffe (b), Dave Pearson (d).
I Never Knew A Love Like This/Salt Peanuts/Mound Bayou/Little Girl/Pennsylvania Turnpike*/Stanhope Place*.
(*Vocalion CD - Vic Lewis - Tea Break, Back Again & Jazz From Two Sides)

Vic Lewis and his All Stars - June, 1959 (Ember CJS807)
Dickie McPherson, Jimmy Deuchar, Leon Calvert, Gordon Turnbill(Kenny Wheeler) (tp), Keith Christie (tb), Roy East (as), Vic Ash (cl,ts) Art Ellefson (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Terry Shannon (p), Arthur Watts (b), Allan Ganley (d), Vic Lewis (dir).
The Beaulie Suite/Selections From The Springbok And American Suite .

The Jazzmakers was co-led by Ronnie Ross and Allan Ganley, the album below was recorded in New York and subsequently issued in the UK by Ember...
The Jazzmakers - September 23rd, 1959 (Atlantic)
Art Ellefson (ts), Ronnie Ross (as,bs), Stan Jones (p), Stan Wasser (b), Allan Ganley (d).
Two Hoots/The Real Funky Blues^/It's A Big Wide Wonderful World^/How Long Has This Been Going On^/Pitiful Pearl^/Blues For The Five Of Us^/The Country Squire^#/I Won't Fret If I Don't Get The Blues Anymore^/The Moonbather^/Suddenly It's Spring/Blues For June (unissued)/Cherry (unissued).
(^Collectables CD - Groove, Funk, Soul) six other titles on this CD are by Joe Castro
(#Fantastic Voyage 2 CD set - Ember Jazz - The Flamingo Connection)
(^ Fresh Sound CD - The Jazz Makers / The Jazz Five - The Hooter)
(^Acrobat CD - Allan Ganley: The Complete Quartet & Jazzmakers Session 1957-59)

Vic Lewis and his All Stars - June, 1959 (Ember CJS807)
Dickie McPherson, Jimmy Deuchar, Leon Calvert, Gordon Turnbill(Kenny Wheeler) (tp), Keith Christie (tb), Roy East (as), Vic Ash (cl,ts) Art Ellefson (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Terry Shannon (p), Arthur Watts (b), Allan Ganley (d), Vic Lewis (dir).
The Beaulie Suite/Selections From The Springbok And American Suite .

These titles were recorded at a concert in Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA...
Vic Lewis and his All Stars - April 10th, 1960 (DJM)
Dickie McPherson, Jimmy Deuchar, Leon Calvert, Gordon Turnbill (tp), Keith Christie (tb), Roy East (as,fl), Vic Ash (cl,ts) Art Ellefson (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Terry Shannon (p), Ray Dempsey (g), Arthur Watts (b), Allan Ganley (d), Vic Lewis (dir).
Port Of Spain/Little Darlin'.

Johnny Dankworth Orchestra - 1960 (Roulette/Columbia)
Dickie Hawdon, Kenny Wheeler, Gus Galbraith (tp), Tony Russell, Eddie Harvey, Ian Mcdougall (tb), Ron Snyder (tu), Johnny Scott (f,pic), Johnny Dankworth, Peter King (as), Danny Moss, Art Ellefson (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Alan Branscombe (p), Spike Heatley (b), Ronnie Stephenson (d).
The Avengers Theme*/Chano.
(*Roulette CD - The Best Of the Roulette Years)

Harry South Orchestra - BBC broadcast November 10th, 1960
Jimmy Deuchar, Derrick Abbott, Ian Hamer, Bert Courtley (tp), Keith Christie, Lad Busby, Ken Wray, Ray Premru (tb), Alan Branscombe, Joe Harriott (as), Ronnie Scott (ts), Tubby Hayes (ts,fl), Ronnie Ross (bs),Terry Shannon (p) Harry South (p,dir), Phil Bates (b), Jackie Dougan (d).
Sophisticated Lady*/The Goblin*.
(*IAJRC CD -Tubby Hayes, England's Late Jazz Great)

Jimmy Deuchar Plus Ten - BBC "Jazz Club" broadcast February 16th, 1961
Jimmy Deuchar, Ian Hamer, Les Condon (tp), Keith Christie (tb), Ken Wray (v-tb), Ronnie Ross (as,bs), Tubby Hayes (ts,f,vib), Ronnie Scott (ts), Stan Tracey (p), Kenny Napper (b), Bobby Orr (d).
Heather Mist*/Sumphin'*/Stablemates*/First Eleven*/Stella By Starlight*.
(*Acrobat 2 CD set - Tubby Hayes: New Edition - Rare Radio Recordings 1958-62)

All night long: In June and July,1961 Tubby Hayes, with Orchestra, Quartet, Sextet and Octet recorded the music from the film All night long for Fontana. Some titles are from the soundtrack itself. Film music does not usually reflect a jazz musician's best work the original soundtrack was available on a Harkit CD - (All Night Long - The original Soundtrack)., but this is now out of print. A number of tracks are available on a new (2013) Tubby Hayes compilation. The film is still available on DVD. Dave Brubeck and Charlie Mingus appear in scenes in the film...
Tubby Hayes Quartet
Tubby Hayes (f), Ronnie Ross (bs), Jeff Clyne (b), Allan Ganley (d), Barry Morgan (perc).
Wingate's Spot*.

Tubby Hayes and his Orchestra
Bert Courtley, Stan Roderick, Tommy McQuater, Derrick Abbott (tp), Keith Christie, Jack Armstrong, L.Clarke, J.Irvin (tb), Johnny Scott (as,f), Damian Robinson (as), Tubby Hayes, Keith Bird (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Colin Purbrook (p), Ray Dempsey (g), Kenny Napper (b), Allan Ganley (d), Phil Green (arr).
Sax Reference#*/The Chase#*.

Tubby Hayes and his Orchestra
Bert Courtley, Stan Roderick, Ray Davies, Derrick Abbott (tp), Keith Christie, Don Lusher, Wally Smith, Ken Goldie (tb), Johnny Scott (as,f), Damian Robinson (as), Tubby Hayes, Keith Bird (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Colin Purbrook (p), Ray Dempsey (g), Kenny Napper (b), Allan Ganley (d), Phil Green (arr).
Skin Fever*/Frenzy*.

Tubby Hayes and his Orchestra
Freddie Clayton, Bert Courtley, Stan Roderick, Tommy McQuater (tp), Keith Christie, Jack Armstrong, L.Clarke, J.Irvin (tb), Johnny Scott (as,f), Damian Robinson (as), Tubby Hayes, F.Reidy, Phil Goodie (saxes), Ronnie Ross (bs), Colin Purbrook (p), Ray Dempsey (g), Kenny Napper (b), Allan Ganley, S. Whittaker (d), Phil Green (arr).
Overture*/Finale*.
(*Real Gone Jazz CD - Tubby Hayes: Seven Classic Albums)
(#Proper Records 4CD Box set - Tubby Hayes: Little Giant Steps)


Tubby Hayes and his Orchestra (Equation in Rhythm)
As above + Jack Constanzo (bgo).
Penitentiary Breakout*/Chase and Capture*.
(*Real Gone Jazz CD - Tubby Hayes: Seven Classic Albums)
(#Proper Records 4CD Box set - Tubby Hayes: Little Giant Steps)

Johnny Dankworth Orchestra - 1961 (Columbia)
Ronnie Simmonds, Leon Calvert, Kenny Wheeler, Gus Galbraith (tp), Tony Russell, Eddie Harvey (tb), Johnny Dankworth, Ray East (as), Danny Moss, Art Ellefson (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Alan Branscombe (p), Spike Heatley (b), Ronnie Stephenson (d). (1)Kenny Napper replaced Spike Heatley.
String Of Camels/Winter Wail*/Cannonball*/S.O. Blues*/Daily Date/When My Sugar Walks Down The Street*(1).
(*Roulette CD - The Best of the Roulette years)

Johnny Dankworth Orchestra - 1961 (Roulette/Columbia)
Ronnie Simmonds, Leon Calvert, Kenny Wheeler, Gus Galbraith (tp), Tony Russell, Eddie Harvey Ian McDonald (tb), Johnny Dankworth, Ray East (as), Vic Ash, Art Ellefson (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Alan Branscombe (p), Kenny Napper (b), Ronnie Stephenson (d).
Abandonado/O Pato/Sack O' Woe*/Curtain Up*.
(*Roulette CD - The Best of the Roulette years)

The Jazz Stars - September 6th, 1962 (Pye 7NJ2059)
Don Rendell (sop), Joe Harriott (as), Tubby Hayes, Ronnie Scott (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Terry Shannon (p), Lennie Bush (b), Allan Ganley (d), Steve Race (arr,cond).
The Jazz Scene*+/Have Jazz Will Travel*.
(*Acrobat 2 CD set - Soho Blues - The Ronnie Scott Anthology 1956-62)
(+Acrobat CD - British Modern Jazz Singles, EP tracks & Rarities 1960 - 62)

Johnny Dankworth Orchestra - 1963 (Fontana)
Personnel as 1961 (above) except Vic Ash (ts) replaces Danny Moss.
Hoe Down/Sing Sing Sing/Off The Cuff/Avenger's Theme.

Forty Two Big Band - spring, 1963 (Columbia)
Bobby Pratt, Bert Courtley, Derrick Abbott, Les Condon (tp), Keith Christie, Gib Wallace, Bobby Lamb, Bill Geldard (tb), Johnny Scott (as), Tommy Whittle, Eddie Mordue, Bobby Wellins (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Tommy Watt (p,ldr), Malcolm Cecil (b), Bobby Orr (d).
Woodchoppers Ball/Tuxedo Junction/St. Louis Blues/C Jam Blues.

Bill le Sage - Ronnie Ross Quartet - April, 1963 (World Record Club T346) (JM0265)
Ronnie Ross (bs), Bill le Sage (p, vib), Spike Heatley (b), Allan Ganley (d).
If You Were the Only Girl In The World/Falling In Love With Love/Close To You/Autumn In Cuba#/Satin Doll/Country Squire/Benny's South Street/The Cheaters*#/C Jam Blues/New Orleans/Spain/Pitiful Pearl*.
(*Ember CD - The Best Of British Jazz featuring the stars of the British modern jazz scene from the 1950s and 1960s)
(#Fantastic Voyage 2 CD set - Ember Jazz - The Flamingo Connection)

At this time Johnny Dankworth started to produce albums that were not just a succession of big band jazz tracks, but were themed LPs or suites and the first of them was issued as What the Dickens !, the titles linked to associations with Charles Dickens characters or phrases.
Johnny Dankworth Orchestra with featured guests - July 29th and 31st, August 7th, and October 4th, 1963 (Fontana)
Gus Galbraith, Leon Calvert, Kenny Wheeler, Dickie Hawdon (tp), Tony Russell, Eddie Harvey (tb), Ron Snyder or Alf Reece (tu), Johnny Dankworth, Roy East (as,cl), Vic Ash (cl,ts), Art Ellefson (ts,b-cl), Alan Branscombe (p,vib,xyl), Kenny Napper or Spike Heatley (b), Johnny Butts (d). Special guests: Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Tony Coe, Tubby Hayes, Peter King, Ronnie Scott, Bobby Wellins, Dick Morrissey (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Ronnie Stephenson (d), Roy Webster (perc)
Prologue/Weller Never Did/Little Nell/The Infant Phenomenon/Demdest Little Fascinator/Dotheboys Hall/Ghosts/David And The Bloaters/Please Sir, I Want Some More/The Artful Dodger/Waiting For Something To Turn Up/fodson And Fogg/The Pickwick Club/Sergeant Buzfuz/Finale.

Tubby Hayes and his Orchestra - April 24th, 1964 (Tubb's Tours - Fontana TL5221)
Jimmy Deuchar (tp,mel), Ian Hamer, Les Condon (tp), Keith Christie (tb), Ken Wray (v-tb), Jackie Sharpe (bs,cl), Ronnie Ross (as,bs, b-cl), Tubby Hayes (ts,fl,vib,timp), Peter King, Bobby Wellins (ts,cl), Terry Shannon (p), Freddie Logan (b), Allan Ganley (d).
Israel Nights*/Russian Roulette*/Parisian Thoroughfare*/The Killers Of W.1*/Sasa-hivi*.
(*Impressed Repressed CD - Tubbs Tours)

Tubby Hayes Big Band - probably January 31st, 1965 (BBC TV-Cast live from the Marquee Club, London *IAJRC50)
Jimmy Deuchar, Ian Hamer, Les Condon (tp), Keith Christie, Ken Wray (tb), Tubby Hayes (ts,fl,vib), Peter King, Bobby Wellins (ts), Ronnie Ross, Jackie Sharpe (bs), Terry Shannon (p), Freddie Logan (b), Allan Ganley (d).
Parisian Thoroughfare*/Young And Foolish*.
(*IAJRC CD -Tubby Hayes: England's Late Jazz Great)

Dave Lee and his Orchestra - c1965 (Jazz improvisations of our man Crichton - Colpix PXL 550)
Eddie Blair (tp,fl-hrn), Kenny Wheeler (tp,t-hrn), Keith Christie (tb), Alf Rees (tu), Roy Willox (as,f), Tubby Hayes (ts,f,vib), Ronnie Ross (bs,b-cl), Dave Lee (p), Spike Heatley (b), Kenny Clare, Ronnie Stephenson (d).
Manners Maketh Man/Let's Find An Island/Our Kind Of People/Yesterday's World/Little Darling/I Tried/I Never Looked For You/Oh! For A Husband/My Time Will Come/Were I As Good (Tommy Whittle replaces Hayes on this title only).

On February 25th, 1966 the Ronnie Ross Big Band recorded a live programme for NDR, in Hamburg, Germany, that was later released in Germany on a CD under the title Old Friends & New Faces from Britain. The band comprised: Stu Hamer (tp, flhrn), Greg Bowen, Les Condon (tp), Keith Christie, Johnny Marshall (tb), Bob Burns (sop,as,cl), Peter King, Danny Moss (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Bill Le Sage (p,vib), Spike Heatley (b), Tony Carr (d). Titles on the CD were: Jazz Jury/Double Exposure/ Chow Min/No Longer/Three For the Bar/C-Deck/Way Out Back/Since Yesterday/Spike's Bit/Tobago/Veronique/Ugetsu. (three other titles were recorded that were not included on the CD: Small Fry/Maltese Cross/Jazz Jury-2)

Tubby Hayes and his Orchestra - May 10th and 12th, 1966 (100% Proof - Fontana TL5410)
Kenny Baker, Ian Hamer, Greg Bowen, Les Condon, Kenny Wheeler (tp), Keith Christie, Nat Peck, Johnny Marshall, Chris Smith (tb), Roy Willox, Ray Warleigh (as,fl), Ronnie Scott (ts,fl), Tubby Hayes (ts,fl,vib), Bob Efford (ts,oboe,fl,b-cl), Ronnie Ross (bs,b-cl), Gordon Beck (p), Jeff Clyne (b), Ronnie Stephenson (d).
Night In Tunisia*/Milestones*/Sonnymoon For Two*/Bluesology*.
(*Impressed Repressed CD - 100% Proof)

Ronnie Ross Quintet - June, 1968 (Cleopatra's Needle - Fontana SFJL915)
Ronnie Ross (bs), Art Ellefson (ts), Bill Le Sage (p), Spike Heatley (b), Tony Carr (d).
Smiling Jack/Eucalyptus Kid/Tibufa/Brewer's Castle.

Ronnie Ross Sextet - June, 1968 (Cleopatra's Needle - Fontana SFJL915)
Les Condon (tp), Ronnie Ross (bs), Art Ellefson (ts), Bill Le Sage (p,vib-1), Spike Heatley (b), Ronnie Stephenson (d).
Dolphin Square/U69/Cleopatra's Needle/Stand By(1).

Terry Smith - August 22nd,1968 (Fall out - Philips SBL7871)
Terry Smith (g) acc by: Kenny Wheeler, Greg Bowen, Les Condon (tp), Don Lusher (tb), Ray Warleigh (f,as), Bob Efford (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Gordon Beck (p), Jim Lawless (vib), Ron Mathewson (b), Ronnie Stephenson (d), Denis Lopez (perc), Jimmy Deuchar (arr).
My Man's Gone Now*/I Love You*/Harry's Theme*/Early Morning Groove*/Fall Out*.
(*Sunbeam CD - Fall out)

Stan Tracey Big Band - October 8th, 1969 (The Seven Ages of Man - Columbia SCX6413)
Derek Watkins, Tony Fisher, Greg Bowen, Hank Shaw (tp), Keith Christie, Chris Pyne, Mike Gibbs (tb), Peter King, Dennis Walton (as), Tony Coe (ts,cl), Alan Skidmore (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Frank Ricotti (vib,cl), Stan Tracey (p,arr,cond), Dave Green (b), Bryan Spring (d).
All The World's A Stage/Overture And Beginners/Matinee Days/Enter Romeo/Principal Centre Stage/Wisdom In The Wings/Panto Panta/Kindly Leave The Stage.

Richard Rodney Bennett - c1971 (Jazz Calendar Suite - Philips 6500301)
Leon Calvert, Kenny Wheeler (tp), Keith Christie (tb), unknown (flhr) (tu), Duncan Lamont (as), Tony Coe (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Pat Smythe (p), Daryl Runswick (b), Kenny Clare (d), John Lanchberry (cond), Richard Rodney Bennett (arr).
Jazz Calendar Suite.

Jimmy Skidmore & Friends - 1972 (Skid marks - Silverline (E)DJSL026)
Jimmy Skidmore (ts), Will Garnett (as,ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Alan Branscombe (p), Pete Chapman (b), Bill Eyden (d).
Skid Row/Polka Dots And Moonbeams/This Can't Be Love/Body And Soul/Good Queen Bess/Beneath The Sun/I Fall In Love Too Easily/Out Of Nowhere.

Tony Kinsey Big Band - February 17th, 1974 (Thames suite - Spotlite SPJ504)
Leon Calvert, Les Condon, Hank Shaw (tp), Keith Christie, Dave Horler, Geoff Perkins, Chris Smith (tb), Ronnie Chamberlain (sop,as), Peter King (as), Jimmy Hastings, Duncan Lamont (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Pat Smythe (el-p), Dick Abell (g), Lennie Bush (b), Tony Kinsey (d).
Sunbury Seminar*/Chertsey Mead*/Kingston Reach*/Backwater*/Henley Ho*.
(*Spotlite CD - Tony Kinsey: Thames Suite)

Stan Reynolds - September, 1975 (The Greatest Swing Band In The World...is British - Pye NSPL18469)
Big band including: Leon Calvert, Kenny Baker (tp), Vic Ash (cl), Ronnie Ross, Ronnie Chamberlain, Danny Moss (saxes).
(13 Titles).

Tony Kinsey Big Band - March 17, 1976 (Thames suite - Spotlite SPJ504)
Tony Fisher, Les Condon, Hank Shaw (tp), Keith Christie, Dave Horler, Bill Geldard, Maurice Pratt (tb), Ronnie Chamberlain (sop,as), Peter King (as), Jimmy Hastings, Duncan Lamont (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Pat Smythe (el-p), Louis Stewart (g), Lennie Bush (b), Tony Kinsey (d).
Hard Times*/Cookham Bridge*/Beachey Head*/Good Friday*.
(*Spotlite CD - Tony Kinsey: Thames Suite)

The Dankworth Big Band - January 18th and 19th,1990 ("Live" at Ronnie Scott's - RSCD2015)
Derek Healey, Tony Fisher, Guy Barker, Leon Calvert (tp), Mark Nightingale, Eddie Harvey, Bill Geldard (tb), Dave Powell (tuba), Jamie Talbot (as), Don Rendell, Dave O'Higgins, Jimmy Hasting (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), John Horler (p), Alec Dankworth (bs, bs-g), Allan Ganley, Tony Kinsey (d), John Dankworth (ldr).
Caravan*/Old blues*/Bye Bye Manuel*/Stompiing At The Savoy*/Starburst*/ Georgia On My Mind*/Take the A Train*.
(*Ronnie Scott's CD - The Dankworth Big Band "Live" at Ronnie Scott's)


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