Jimmy Heath's first recordings were done in 1947. As both a tenor player and composer he has made many highly important contributions to jazz. I have long enjoyed his many sessions for the Riverside label. Perhaps my favorite Jimmy Heath album is the quartet date for the Xanadu label that Soulpope posted above,
There cannot be very many jazz musicians left who first recorded in 1947 or earlier.
It seemed okay for a "live" recording from 45 years ago. Dave Holland's bass is a little too prominent in the mix for my taste (at times he sounds like he must be the co-leader of the group) and Richie Beirach's piano is a little distant. But I overlook all of that in a second for the sake of Stan Getz's breathtaking (it literally was that for me, at least) performance of "My Foolish Heart". As Joel Dorn states in his liner notes, "Everything you'll every wanna know about him is in that song".