The recording and mixing engineer of my Predawn Shenanigans Club Project is Marc Urselli. He has ever worked on a couple of Grammy Award winning recordings of Les Paul. Marc recommended me several mastering engineers, and one of them was Gene Paul, a son of Les Paul.
And I checked out the wikipedia page about him. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gene_Paul Well, I found a chart of his work ever and it turned out that he has worked with projects of Benny Golson and John Coltrane and so many of the legends. What I was concerning about was not the skill of those engineers but their experience with sound of real wind instruments. Because there are less and less jazz recordings with good horn sound and also less chances for everybody to see live performances of good horn players. Having checked his past works, I asked Mr. Paul to be my mastering engineer and it looks like he enjoyed working on my music. My request was to do the least things with the deepest consideration. He certainly took my message. I designed my CD cover myself and people are printing my CD at a factory somewhere now.