A session by tenor saxophonist Gene Ammons (1925-1974) at engineer Rudy Van Gelder's studio in Hackensack, N.J., on Jan. 3, 1958, resulted in two complete albums -- The Big Sound and Groove Blues, both of which are available almost everywhere on CD and as downloads.
Flutist Jerome Richardson, along with pianist Mal Waldron, bassist George Joyner and drummer Art Taylor, are on all four selections on The Big Sound. Richardson sits out one of the four tunes on Groove Blues and there are guest appearances on both albums by John Coltrane (alto sax), Paul Quinichette (tenor) and Pepper Adams (baritone). All eight selections are lengthy (the shortest runs 8½ minutes), with Ammons's own composition Blue Hymn, from The Big Sound, clocking in at just under 13 minutes.
From YouTube, here's Gene Ammons from 1962 with Pagan Love Song, obviously issued as a single and also on his album Bad Bossa Nova. The sound is much too clean to have actually been taken from the 45. It's also in stereo.