The Modern Sound and Out There LPs, from 1960 and 1958, with the Richard Wess Orchestra and Gigi Gryce’s band (including Sahib Shihab and co), plus five more. Amongst the greatest jazz singers of all time.
From 1956, a break from duties with Cecil Taylor: two sets originally released under the names of session leaders Tom Stewart — with Neal Hefti arrangements — and Red Mitchell’s bro Whitey.
The first Liberty LP, singles, and a couple of songs from a TV show: lush recordings from 1956. Benny Carter at the helm, with arrangements by Marty Paich, Jack Montrose on saxophone.
Dolphy’s second as leader, in a quartet including Ron Carter on cello, thrown together with Ken McIntyre’s Looking Ahead album (featuring Dolphy), also from 1960.
The great 1960 recording, with big band and both Paul Bley and Bill Evans on pianos, twinned with an amateur recording of a complete concert by the Septet, later in the same year.
The Atlantic albums Worthwhile Konitz and Inside Hi Fi (with 1957’s The Real Lee Konitz, mostly a quartet date, thrown in).