50's Jazz Club Sounding Songs?

I have been out of commission on several fronts over the past several months. This weekend, I spun some records for the first time in some time. I started with a sampling of various degress of bop stuff, which are my favorites though I have only a few. I came to the realization that I had found what, for me, is the "personification" of the sound that makes me "feel" like I'm in a very hip, ultra cool, smoky, 50's jazz club in Midtown Manhattan. A time gone by. Corn-fed Prime Rib, garlic mashed potatoes and creamed spinach, followed by half a dozen martinis and luscious jazz.................

The song:

"Autumn Leaves"

The version:
From the LP "Somethin' Else"

J. Adderley - alto sax
M. Davis - trumpet
H. Jones - piano (block cord master)
S. Jones - bass

Any contenders from the rest of you? ;)
Tofu and Cecil Taylor for me.Different Strokes.
This one should fit the bill, it takes me there...
Sarah Vaughan At Mr. Kelly's 1958
No wrong answers, here.
Thee entire Midnight Blue album by Kenny Burrell.
'Smokin' at the Half Note" by Wes Montgomery and the Wynton Kelly Trio. Absolutely feel like you're at a table in the place.
Bill Evans Trio - Sunday at the Village Vanguard

Sure, it's 1961, but you can hear glasses tinkle at the front tables.

Not to mention that this and Waltz For Debby both capture the famed trio at their prime, these are Evan's masterpieces. Cheers,

Check out Joshua Redman's "Live at the Vanguard". The music and playing is infectious, plus the recording has an alluring intimacy. If only a copy in vinyl were attainable.
I second Sbanks choice of The Bill Evans Trio "Sunday At The Village Vangard" and add one recorded in 1965. "Hang On Ramsey" The Ramsey Lewis Trio.You can hear the ice hitting the glass and almost smell the aroma of Dewars.The enthusiastic patrons outbursts add to the occasion.Plus The Trio's performance of "Satin Doll" will make Duke Smile
Not so 50's (1996 actually), but try "Night and the City" : Kenny Barron and Charlie Haden.
Killer Joe
Here's one of my favorites. Great sound & inspired performances: ABBEY LINCOLN with Hank Jones the cd is titled " When There is Love" on Gitanes (verve) label 1993. ENJOY !
This era of jazz is my favorite and I think many of these titles would fit your needs (in no particular order).

Horace Silver - Song For My Father
Gerry Mulligan - Quartet with Chet Baker
Hank Mobley - The Turnaround
Grant Green - Feelin' The Spirit
Sonny Clark - Cool Struttin'
Webster Young - For Lady
Sonny Rollins - Saxophone Colossus
Oscar Peterson - Night Train
Miles Davis - Round Midnight
Red Hot & Cool - Dave Brubeck. Great cover too.
This thread inspires me to mention that everyone here should watch the documentary
"History of Blue Note: The Alfred Lion Story",
it is often rerun on the Ovation cable network, and is also available to rent. Most of the musicians on this thread are mentioned or featured in this tremendous video. Cheers,