Each of them had participated in many of jazz's great moments and all shared the ability, documented on many albums, to inspire their fellow musicians to even greater heights. On this album Is That So? He served as a leader on more than 30 albums and played as a sideman on more than other recordings. In the early '70s he taught jazz history and improvisation at Southern Illinois University before resuming his career as a recording artist. He then toured with Sam Cooke and would later go on to work with Curtis Mayfield. The album was produced by John Hicks and Timeless Records owner Wim Wigt and is a remarkable outing of advanced musicianship by three jazz-giants in their prime, delivering an inspirational gem of an album.
A plane has crashed and the cast of the film aim out to be ghosts who 'disappear' as their bodies are recovered. In the end around is one sole 'ghost' await the searchers return and achieve his body under the appendage plane. Have I imagined this as no one seems en route for know what i'm talking about? I'm pretty sure it was an episode of The Dusk Zone, though, not a big screen as such. If memory serves it may even have been directed by Steven Spielberg.