Thinking of a jazz musician that is excellent but never became a 'jazz superstar' and never became rich, generally known that Hank Mobley was one of the most under appreciated jazz sax players. Joe Henderson was also appreciated relatively late, paradoxically despite the fact that he's one of the most recognized sax players in modern jazz history . So, who else? I just refreshed recording of Bennie Wallace for famous Enja Records - 'The Four Teen Bar Blues' - with Eddie Gomez on bass and Eddie Moore on drums. I must say that Bennie's jazz on this recording contains everything what I love in jazz - there is a lot of 'wild' improvisation, a lot of raw sound what's obvious from point of view jazz trio playing without harmonic instrument, playing in opened style or controlled free jazz... etc. I also have Bennie's recordings for Enja 'Sweeping Through The City', 'Bennie Wallace Plays Monk' which are a little different, much more accessible and maybe more 'commercial' but still great and still showing potential of this great underrated musician. So, who else?