Art Tatum, Ben Webster - Gone with the Wind
youtube (the title link, above, is to this song)
Around 2:25 when the sax comes in, listen to the life Mr Webster puts into the sax's sound. The CD box set The Complete Pablo Group Masterpieces ( allmusic.com ) is one of my favorites CD sets.
King Cole Trio - Body and Soul
Before Mr Cole started singing, he was considered to be one of the better jazz pianists of the era.
Teddy Wilson - Rosetta
Mr. Wilson is a good contrast to Mr Tatum. The former is a very precise player, the latter tends to be a bit more ornate.
I could go on, but that should be enough to give you an entry into youtube on this musical genre.
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... and Where You Sleep.
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