In the 1960s, tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson recorded on close to 30 Blue Note albums, only five of which were under his name. But most of those sideman sessions were just as significant, since Henderson was a powerful ingredient on anyone’s recording date. For example, he is a dominant soloist on Kenny Dorham’s Una Mas, Lee Morgan’s The Sidewinder, Horace Silver’s Song for My Father, Herbie Hancock’s The Prisoner and others…

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