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Lee Morgan, John Coltrane’s “Blue Train” session, Hackensack, NJ, September 1957 by Francis Wolff Jazz Artists, Jazz Musicians, Lee Morgan, Joe Henderson, Francis Wolff, Musician Photography, Portrait Photography, All About Jazz, Blue Train

Lee Morgan, John Coltrane's Blue Train session, Hackensack, NJ, September 15, 1957. © Francis Wolff

Ike Quebec- Influenced by Coleman Hawkins and Ben Webster, he was one of the finest swing-oriented tenor saxmen of the & photo by Francis Wolff Jazz Artists, Jazz Musicians, Music Artists, Quebec, Francis Wolff, Coleman Hawkins, Sax Man, Hard Bop, Thelonious Monk

A close-up view of Ike Quebec playing the saxophone during the recording session for his It Might As Well Be Spring album 1961. © Francis Wolff

Hard bop tenor saxophonist and composer Harold ‘Tina’ Brooks: June 1932 – Francis Wolff: Harold ‘Tina’ Brooks during the recording session that was eventually released as The Waiting Game, Englewood Cliffs NJ March 2 1961 Jazz Artists, Jazz Musicians, Music Artists, Jackie Mclean, Paul Chambers, Francis Wolff, Jazz Cat, Hard Bop, Tenor Sax

Tina Brooks during the recording session that was eventually released as The Waiting Game, Englewood Cliffs NJ March 2 1961 © Francis Wolff

Jazz, Hi-Fi, & Everything Nice! — Wayne Shorter & Herbie Hancock Speak No Evil By. Jazz Artists, Jazz Musicians, Francis Wolff, Wayne Shorter, A Love Supreme, Music Pics, Music Images, Herbie Hancock, Blues

Wayne Shorter at his “Speak No Evil” session of December 24, 1964 at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. © Francis Wolff

The Three Sounds [left to right] Andrew Simpkins, Gene Harris and Billy Dowdy at The Off Beat Club in New York City, September 1958 (photo by Francis Wolff) American Idioms, Francis Wolff, Hard Bop, Charles Mingus, Cool Jazz, All That Jazz, Jazz Musicians, Speak The Truth, Film Music Books

The Three Sounds [left to right] Andrew Simpkins, Gene Harris and Billy Dowdy at The Off Beat Club in New York City, September 1958. © Francis Wolff

Sonny Clark at his Leapin’ and Lopin’ session, Englewood Cliffs NJ, November 13 © Francis Wolff Englewood Cliffs, Francis Wolff, Jazz Musicians, November 13, Masters, Piano, 1960s, Photography, Fotografie

Sonny Clark at his Leapin’ and Lopin’ session, Englewood Cliffs NJ, November 13 1961. © Francis Wolff

Jimmy Smith December 1925 - February He was an African-American jazz musician with a long career. Died of natural causes in AZ. All That Jazz, Fun To Be One, Francis Wolff, Jimmy Smith, Classic Jazz, Free Jazz, Instruments, Cool Jazz, Jazz Guitar

Jimmy Smith & Stanley Turrentine. Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs,February 8, 1963. © Francis Wolff

 during Donald Byrd’s Byrd In Hand session, Hackensack NJ, May 31 1959 © Francis Wolff Jackie Mclean, Francis Wolff, Jazz, Davis Cup, Self Design, News Studio, Black History, Masters, King

Walter Davis Jr. during Donald Byrd’s Byrd In Hand session, Hackensack NJ, May 31 1959 © Francis Wolff

Lonnie Smith during his Turning Point session, Englewood Cliffs NJ, January 3 1969 (photo by Francis Wolff) Francis Wolff, Jazz Cat, Cool Jazz, Any Music, Jazz Musicians, Types Of Music, Blues, Englewood Cliffs, My Love

Lonnie Smith. During his Turning Point session. Englewood Cliffs NJ, January 3, 1969. © Francis Wolff

Sonny Rollins Spent A Mythical 'Night at the Village Vanguard' 60 Years Ago Today Finian's Rainbow, Wynton Kelly, Francis Wolff, B Flat Major, Sonny Rollins, Thelonious Monk, Contemporary Jazz, Concept Album, Double Bass

Wilbur Ware during the recording of A Night at the Village Vanguard. © Francis Wolff