I am a huge fan of the recordings Gerry Mulligan did without any chordal instruments, such as this one or the very famous sessions he did with Chet Baker. Two melodic instruments accompanied by only bass and drums leaves so much room for the music to breathe. It also gives the songs a transparent quality that makes it very easy to process and very pleasant to listen to. This recording of "All The Things You Are" from 1962 features:
Paul Desmond - Alto Sax Gerry Mulligan - Baritone Sax Wendell Marshall - Bass Connie Kay - Drums
One of the commenters on YouTube linked to a perfect transcription of both solos on adjoining staffs. Following along with both the solos and the chords is a great lesson. The internet is filled with nuggets like this, we just have to find them!