I'm in a jazz quartet with one of my teachers (also the bandleader for the school jazz band), and two other students. It follows as myself on bass, the teacher (Greg Runions, if anyone here might recognize the name) on vibes, and a piano and drums. There's a music competition that the school jazz band music enters every year, but you can also enter small ensembles, and I really, really want to enter the quartet. Unfortunately, we can't compete with a teacher playing with us, so we'd have to do it as a trio. I've got two Oscar Peterson Trio albums (Night Train [Special Edition] on CD, and Night Train Vol. 2 on vinyl) that I really love and I think Night Train and Band Call might be possibilities. General skill levels -- the pianist, Cavan, is spectacular. Amazing. I've seen him tear off Chopin and Mozart like it's nothing, and he can do some pretty nasty jazz too. The drummer will be able to handle anything we throw at him. Myself...the Jane Monheit version of Honeysuckle Rose is about where it gets "way too hard" for me right now. Given the sheets, and time, I could be able to do the Ray Brown bass solo in the album version of Night Train. Any suggestions? I've got a set of 14 fake books in PDF format, so I've probably got the charts to anything y'all can suggest, and if I can't, Mr. Runions can make 'em. (I'm not playing upright yet, by the by -- this is all gonna be on a 4 banger fretless). Final note: I am playing a four stringer, and loathe doing Eb chords. Loathe.