Take 5 Jazz

No. 984

  • The first track in my program is Apache from tenor saxophonist  Sam Butera & The Witnesses;
  • Ronnie Scott Jazz Group (Dec 1 ,1952) with Jimmy Deuchar on trumpet, Derek Humble on alto, Ronnie on tenor, Benny Green on baritone sax, Tony Crombie on drums;
  • Tubby Hayes and the All Stars: Return Visit recorded in 1962, Tubby, Roland Kirk and Jimmy Gloomy on tenor, Walter Bishop Jr on piano, Sam Jones on bass and drummer Louis Hayes;
  • Vic Ash Quartet live at the Royal Festival Hall, London 18-2-1956  Vic Ash: clarinet, Terrry Shannon on piano, Pete Elderfield on bass, Benny Goodman on drums;
  • The New Jazz Group: Dizzy Reece on trumpet, Derek Smith on piano, Sammy Stokes on bass and drummer Allan Ganley 1956 recording;
  • Trio from pianist Bill Evans with Philly Joe Jones on drums and Paul Chambers on bass recorded in N.Y. 1962;
  • Drummer Victor Feldman “the Young Vic” recorded in London 17-2-1948 Johnny Dankworth on clarinet, Eddie Thompson on piano and Bert Howard on bass;
  • Pianist Eddie Thompson “Vox” lp from 1958 with Tubby Hayes on vibes, Johnny Scott on flute, Arthur Watts on bass and drummer Jackie Dougan;
  • Ben Webster  track 47/520  Live in Norway 1970 with Tore Dandnaes on piano, Bjorn Alterhaug on bass and drummer Kjell Johanssen;
  • Big band from composer/arranger Ted Heath “Palladium Revisited” from 1963 with a fantastic drum duet between Ronnie Verrell and Kenny Clare;
  • The last track in my program is Dexter Gordon’s Honeysuckle Rose with Dexter,Ben Webster, Don Byas and Herbie Fields on tenor, Duke Ellington on piano,Stuff Smith on violin recording from 1945 in New York.