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Horace Silver Quintet
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Antibes Jazz Festival, 1964
The "Horace Silver Quintet" appear at the Antibes Jazz Festival in Juan les Pins, France on July 28, 1964.
Horace Silver assembled a new Quintet featuring trumpeter Carmell Jones and tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson in 1963.
With this lineup Sliver would record much of his best-known album "Song for My Father."
When Carmell Jones suddenly left to settle in Germany in 1965, his spot was filled by a young Woody Shaw, and Tyrone Washington replaced Joe Henderson.
Horace Silver, piano
Joe Henderson, tenor sax
Carmell Jones, trumpet
Teddy Smith, bass
Roger Humphries, drums
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