The modern master, my favourite and arguably the most influential baritone player in the history of jazz
One of today's most versatile, swinging baritone players, to coin a Philly Joe Jones description: 'a smoker of the pipe'
A legend from his early association with George Benson up to the present day, as far as I can make out, he doesn't have a personal website but this one is full of useful information with a pretty comprehensive discography
The original master, the man who invented jazz baritone, there isn't much available under his own name but I have a rare album called 'Rock Me Gently' burnt onto CD with all the pops and crackles, but it's one of the most beautiful things I've ever heard, and it also heavily features PaulGonsalves, if you genuinely want a copy of this very hard to find masterpiece then email me.
This is a cool site, lots of information about most baritone players through the years
http://www.vanguardjazzorchestra.com Once the Thad Jones / Mel Lewis Orchestra, still the greatest
http://www.cannonball-adderley.com Masses of information on one of the greatest ever
http://www.grantstewartjazz.com/about.htm One of the great young tenor players today