The deservedly famous version of ROSETTA by trumpeter Red Allen comes from the 1957 THE SOUND OF JAZZ — this version is far less well-known and pairs the ebullient Red, singing as well, with the Alex Welsh band in 1964. Welsh was a fine trumpeter, joined by trombonist Roy Crimmins, tenorist Al Gay, pianist Fred Hunt, guitarist Jim Douglas, bassist Ron Mathiewson, and drummer Lennie Hastings. I especially enjoy the quiet, moaning tones with which Red begins his second solo . . . .before the performance starts up again with even greater vehemence.