Celebrate these birthdays & anniversaries

The temperatures are rising in New York and we're ready for a summer full of hot music. This week, we're wishing happy birthday to Eli "Lucky" Thompson, who would have turned 91 on this Tuesday, June 16, and Billy Drummond, who turns 55 on Thursday, June 19. We're also celebrating some anniversaries of a few recording sessions we love that feature compositions from our catalog: Grant Stewart's "More Urban Tones" (June 15, 1995), Hank Mobley's "Dippin'" (June 18, 1955), Benny Golson's "Gone With Golson" (June 20, 1959), and Nat Adderley's "Good Company" (June 20 & 21, 1994). There's no better way to celebrate than releasing some new lead sheets, transcriptions, and arrangements!

Check out these new additions to jazzleadsheets.com:

ELI "LUCKY" THOMPSONTo A Mornin' Sunrise
master this sensitive ballad with lucky's own melody transcription

GRANT STEWARTManhattan Bridge
a moody post-bop ballad

a bit of your own jazz heaven -- try the Fuller-Golson two horn arrangement for yourself

RAY BRYANT:  Staccato Swing
a minor medium up swing with parts for tenor, trombone, & piano

ROB BARGAD: Rob's New Song
distinctive soulful flair & powerful changes

a driving uptempo swing

HANK MOBLEYThe Break Through
NEW for drums - Billy Higgins drum transcription

Psst! Did you know you can see all of our transcribed solos in one place? Check out this tour of the Transcribed Solos page!

Enjoy the music,
Don Sickler and the jazzleadsheets.com team

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