Take 5 Jazz

No: 1012

  • Start my program with the big band from pianist Stan Tracey track from the 2 disc set  “A Centenary Tribute to Duke Ellington”  recorded in 1999 with Peter King on alto sax, Clark Tracey on drums…
  • Tenor saxophonist Dick Morrissey track from his album “The Lost 77 Recordings” with Harry South:piano, Phil Bates:bass, Phil Seamen:drums  recorded in 1965
  • Drummer Tony Crombie  track from his album “Atmosphere” recorded june 18th  1958 with Ronnie Scott on tenor, Tubby Hayes on baritone sax
  • The Melody Maker All Stars march 7th 1954: Kenny Baker:trumpet,Don Lusher:trombone,Vic Ash:clarinet,Johnny Dankworth:alto sax,Ronnie Chamberlain:tenor and soprano sax,Ronnie Scott:tenor sax, Harry Klein:baritone sax, Victor Feldman:vibes, Bill McGuffie:piano, Tito Burns:accordion, Ivor Mairants:guitar, Johnny Hawksworth:bass, Eric Delaney:drums
  • The Ronnie Scott Big Band with some fine musicans;  Phil Seamen on drums, Joe Harriott on alto sax, Ronnie Scott  and Peter King on tenor, Norman Stenfalt:piano
  • Again you’ll hear a big band, this time the Tubby Hayes Commonwealth Big Band  recorded at the BBC Jazz Club 1965
  • Track 73/520 from the Ben Webster special, you’ll hear a track from “Groove” with Richard Groove Holmes, George Freeman on guitar
  • Vibrafonist/pianist Bill LeSage with baritone sax Ronnie Ross track from “Presenting the Quartet” recorded in 1963 with Spike Heatley on bass and on drums Alan Ganley
  • Drummer Tony Kinsey, track from his lp “An evening with mr. percussion” recorded in 1961 with Tubby Hayes on tenor, Jimmy Deuchar:trumpet, Lennie Bush:bass, Bill LeSage:piano/vibes
  • Tenor saxophonist Johnny Skidmore track from his album “Mainstream at Nixa” recorded oct 12th 1956 with Bertie King:alto sax, Major Holley:bass, Phil Seamen:drums
  • Another track from tenor sax Dick Morrissey, now from his lp “After Dark” recorded in 1983 with John Critchinson on the fender Rhodes piano, Ron Mathewson:bass, Martin Drew:drums