Two exceptional live concerts from the 1960's: Dexter Gordon in Copenhagen 1969 and Ben Webster in London 1964. Dexter is featured in a quartet format backed by the great Kenny Drew on piano, the late Danish bassist NHOP and the relatively obscure South African drummer Makaya Ntshoko (Ben Webster is present can be seen among the audience, in the Cafe Montmatre!). Webster's performance is also with a quartet - featuring the immaculate Stan Tracey on piano, bassist Rich Laird (who 7 years later was a founder member of The Mahavishnu Orchestra), and Jackie Dougan on drums. On "A Night in Tunisia", Ronnie Scott joins the group - after all, Tracey, Laird and Dougan were his then current quartet and the house trio at his club, although this date was at The Marquee. Europe was always receptive to the genius of American jazzmen, many of whom returned the favour by making the Old Continent their permanent home or living there for extended periods of their lives. Such was the case of both Dexter Gordon, who lived in Europe from 1962 to 1976, and Ben Webster, who resided there from 1964 until his death in 1973. Both musicians were recorded prolifically during those years, and these filmed performances are perfect examples of the affection and admiration they generated.