Jackie Dougan (1930-1973) was born in Scotland and was a British jazz drummer. He started playing with Duncan Lamont's band in Scotland and later moved to London. In London he started playing for Buddy Featherstonhaugh (wow!). He went on the play with Tommy Whittle, the Ronnie Ross Quintet, Harry South, and the Stan Tracey Trio and recorded with Zoot Sims, Dick Morrissey, Stan Tracey, Al Cohn, The Tommy Whittle Quintet, Eddie Thompson and His Ensemble, Kenny Baker and the Baker's Dozen, Boodle am Shake, and other groups through to 1966.

After that he did a lot of freelance work and then moved to Australia. There he played with Lew Campbell, Don Burrows and others.

This is Jackie playing "New Horizons" with The Tommy Whittle Quintet.