Take 5 Jazz


  • Start my program with tenor saxophonist  Jimmy Heath Ensemble with Sonny Red:alto sax, Pepper Adams:baritone sax, Kenny Dorham:trumpet, Cedar Walton:piano, Reggie Workman:bass, Roy Brooks:drums  Baltimore 1965
  • Saxophonist Don Rendell with Ian Carr on trumpet, Michael Garrick:piano, Dave Green:bass, Trevor Tomkins:drums  recorded in 1966, track from the album  “Dusk Fire”
  • Pianist Horace Silver with his Quintet, recorded in England 1966, Woody Shaw:trumpet, Tyrone Washington:tenor saxophone, Larry Ridley:bass, Lex Humphries:drums
  • The Ben Webster special track 70/520, this week you’ll  hear a track from “Big ben Time” recorded jan.1967 with Alan Haven:organ, Spike Heatley:bass, Tony Crombie:drums
  • My favorite vibraphonist Cal Tjader track from hs lp “Hip Vibrations” recorded in 1967 with J.J. Johnson, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, Mel Lewis, Ray Barretto,
  • The Count Basie Big Band—Blues Backstage—Live in Amsterdam 1956 feat; Thad Jones, Joe Newman, Frank Foster, Frank Wess  (Nederlands Jazz Archief)
  • Alto saxophonist Cannonball Adderley and the Poll winners recorded in 1960 with Wes Montgomery:guitar, Victor Feldman:piano & vibes, Ray Brown:bass, Louis Hayes:drums
  • Pianist Bart Flos trio with Eric van der Westen:bass, Marc Schenk:drums, track from his new album “Roots and Reflections”
  • Milt Jackson(vibes) and Coleman Hawkins(tenor sax)  track from the album “Bean Bags”  released in 1959 with Tommy Flanagan:piano, Kenny Burrell:guitar, Eddie Jones:bass, Connie Kay:drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Sam “ The Man” Taylor  track from his album “Salute to the saxes”  released oct, 1958 with Thad Jones:trumpet, Jimmy Cleveland:trombone, Lee Anderson:piano, Billy Bauer:guitar, Barney Richmond:bass, Herb Lovelle:drums