- Trumpeter Snooky Young born 1919 in Dayton, Ohio.
- The Art Ensemble of Chicago records Thelonious Sphere Monk with Cecil Taylor, 1990.
- Trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie and Count Basie record The Gifted Ones, 1977.
- Count Basie records “Jive at Five” (featuring Lester Young), 1939.
- Frank Trumbauer and Bix Beiderbecke record “Singin’ The Blues,” 1927.
- Pianist Wade Legge born 1934 in Huntington, WV.
- Edmond Hall Celeste Quartet (with guitarist Charlie Christian) records “Profoundly Blue,” 1941.
- Pianist Rozelle Claxton born 1913 in Memphis, TN.
- Gil Evans records Pacific Standard Time, 1959.
- Bob Crosby’s Bob Cats record “Spain,” 1940.
- Trumpeter Howard McGhee born 1918 in Tulsa, OK.
- Alto saxophonist Cannonball Adderley records “Sophisticated Swing” with Junior Mance, Sam Jones, and Jimmy Cobb.
- Pianist Eubie Blake born 1883 in Baltimore, MD.
- Tenor saxophonist Johnny Griffin records Change of Pace with French hornist Julius Watkins, 1961.
- Tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley records Soul Station, 1960.
- Vibraphonist Lionel Hampton records the first of his All-Star sessions, 1937.
- Duke Ellington records Billy Strayhorn’s “U.M.M.G.,” 1956.
- Guitarist Lonnie Johnson born 1899 in New Orleans, LA.
- Bassist Walter Page born 1900 in Gallatin, MS.
- Trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie records “Groovin’ High” with tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon, 1945.
- Duke Ellington’s band is recorded in stereo by RCA Victor, 1932.
Source: Smithsonian Jazz