Three generations of bop-wind players united. The concert that trumpet player Clark Terry, tenor sax player Johnny Griffin and trumpet player Roy Hargrove are giving together, accompanied by hard bop pianist Cedar Walton and his trio, can easily be qualified as unique. All of them have helped give a face to bebop with their individual ideas on harmony and rhythm and they still keep on providing jazz with fresh blood. The fact that these musicians feel each other onstage is evident in their many collaborations over the years. The youngest of the bunch, Roy Hargrove, honored the older bop guard by inviting Johnny Griffin for the beautiful album With the Tenors of Our Time, which came out in 1994. And the trumpet player performed with Cedar Walton on Walton's Composer in 1996. The two legendary wind players Clark Terry and Johnny Griffin have known each other since the 1950s, when they played together on one of Terry's first LPs, Serenade to a Bus Seat. Later, Griffin also invited his colleague for the records The Big Soul Band and White Gardenia, early 1960s.