You might enjoy these pics from the Salem Archives. Although not pictured in the following you can get an idea of what it was like in those days to have the chance to play with so many jazz masters and experience being a part of the now defunct apprenticeship system. Lennie's was school for me and many others. http://www.flickr.com/photos/salemstatearchives/sets/72157627831837564/   Lennie Sogoloff ran a club called "Lennie's On The Turnpike" where I cut my musical teeth as a house pianist along with many other Boston musicians. Lennie is still alive and well living in an assisted living home in Marblehead, Massachusetts and still clear as a bell. I can't tell you how many times he saved my life. If I had a gig coming up at his club and needed to pay some back rent (those were really scuffling days) I'd hop into my little $80 white Fiat to drive out there and he'd front me half the bread from the gig. A great man and a jazz treasure.   Jamey Aebersold Faculty In Australia   Jamey Aebersold Jazz Camp In Australia. Can you name these great players?