Take 5 Jazz


  • Start my program with Dutch guitar player Lou Guldemond, 2 tracks from his cd “That’s It”  with Karel Boehlee:fender Rhodes, Tom Beek:saxes, Ruud Breuls:trumpet, Boudewijn Lucas:bass, Danny Sahupala:drums, Martin Verdonk:percussion
  • Fantastic recording on Ember records “The Swinging  Sounds of the Jazz Makers”  Art Ellefsen:tenor sax, Ronnie Ross:baritone sax, Stan Jones:piano, Stan Wasser:bass, Allan Ganley:drums  recorded sept, 23th 1959
  • Composer/Arranger Philip Green  track from his album “All Night Long” with Tubby Hayes on tenor, Allan Ganley:drums, Charles Mingus:bass, Johnny Dankworth:alto sax  recorded in 1961
  • English Conductor Ken Moule track from his album “Waterloo Bridge” recorded in 1962 with Bert Courtley:trumpet, Ronnie Scott & Roy Sidwell:tenor sax, Stan Tracey:piano, Arthur Watts:bass
  • Pianist Stan Tracey track from his album “The Last Time I saw You” recorded in 2004 with alto saxophonist Peter King, Andy Cleyndert:bass, Clark Tracey:drums
  • The Ronnie Scott Orchestra track from the Esquire recording from sept, 7th  1954 with Jimmy Deuchar:trumpet,Mac Minshull:trombone, Derek Humble:alto sax, Ronnie Scott & Peter King:tenor sax, Benny Green:baritone sax, Victor Feldman:piano and vibes, Lennie Bush:bass, Phil Seamen:drums
  • The Ben Webster special track 74/520, track from “The Punch” recorded in 1964 at the Ronnie Scott’s Club with Stan Tracey:piano, Rick Laird:bass, Jackie Dougan: drums
  • Pianist Tommy Watt  track from his lp “It might as wel be Swing” recorded in London 1958 with Bob Efford & Tubby Hayes:tenor sax, Ike Isaacs:guitar, Joe Muddel:bass, Phil Seamen:drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Tubby Hayes  track from his album “Rumpus” recorded april 9th 1969 with Louis Stewart:guitar, Ron Mathewson:bass, Spike Wells:drums
  • Blues rock guitarist Albert Cummings with 2 tracks from his album “Believe”  release date feb,14th 2020 ( special thanks to Provogue/Mascot)