Sound of Jazz is a cheap, but surprisingly good quality, European CD reissue (1996) of a Woody Herman small group session recorded for Lionel Hampton's Who's Who in Jazz label in the late 1970s.
Herman, who's heard on clarinet and alto and soprano saxophone, is accompanied by Hampton on vibes, guitarist Al Caiola (check the bizarre misspelling of his name on the CD insert), drummer Richie Pratt, bassist George Mraz, pianist Roland Hanna (his name is also misspelled, even on the original LP) and Candido on conga.
All five tracks are standards, including Body and Soul.
Body and Soul
Ridiculously cheap used copies of this CD abound, including on Amazon. It's well worth a listen and you shouldn't have to pay more than a couple of bucks for it. The contents of this CD may be available as downloads, but not under the Sound of Jazz name.
Vinyl copies of the original LP, Lionel Hampton Presents Woody Herman (1977), also seem to be fairly common.
You shouldn't be paying more than $5 or $6 if vinyl is your medium of choice.
The one Woody Herman tune everybody seems to remember is Woodchopper's Ball, his orchestra's biggest hit.