Lee Morgan

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Lee Morgan recorded his

“Infinity”

RVG Studio Nov 1965

session with alto saxophonist

Jackie McLean, pianist Larry Willis, bassist Reggie Workman

& drummer Billy Higgins


© Francis Wolff


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Reggie Workman

at Lee Morgan’s Infinity session,

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, November 16, 1965


© Francis Wolff


Rudy Van Gelder and Alfred Lion

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Rudy Van Gelder and Alfred Lion

recording Donald Byrd’s live 1960

album

“At The Half Note Cafe”


© Francis Wolff


“At The Half Note Cafe”

Introduction by Ruth Mason Lion

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Ruth Mason Lion

Model Ruth Mason appare anche in queste copertine prima di diventere moglie di Alfred Lion – Eng – Model Ruth Mason also appears in these covers Get going before the wife of Alfred Lion



Dr. Ruth Lion’s late husband, Alfred Lion, was the founder of Blue Note Records. Together they played a colossal role in the documentation of jazz throughout most of the 20th century. The long and impressive list of artists they recorded and promoted reads like a Who’s Who of Jazz including Monk and Gillespie to Rollins and Silver. Her charming personality and warm demeanor resulted in the close friendship with many of the recording artists in jazz. Dr. Lion provided wonderful insight into this era as well as stories behind many of those classic recordings.  Dear Ruth passed away on May 20, 2011, however, the work she did to document jazz music will live forever – SOURCE AND VIDEO OF – Ruth Mason Lion.