This performance is from the 1966 Kansas City Jazz Festival, where the Durrett Brass was joined by guitarist Don Winsell. On a note inside the reel's container, Durrett marked the performance as "good."
This excerpt is from a performance at the Muehlebach Hotel and features an unnamed female vocalist. Durrett was more than pleased with this recording, describing it as "damn good" on a note inside the reel's container.
This is an excerpt of the score to "I've Gotta Be Me" written by Walter Marks and arranged by John Pope. It is dated 1969. Note the markings in red and black pen that point out important dynamic changes.
This is the score to a medley consisting of "I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart" and "Don't Get Around Much Anymore." The two charts were originally written by Duke Ellington, Henry Nemo, John Redmond, and Bob Russell. The first tune begins at letter…