Take 5 Jazz

No: 1016

  • Start my program with tenor saxophonist Ronnie Scott live at the Golders Green Theatre 1991 with Dick Pearce:trumpet, John Critchinson:piano, Ron Mathewson:bass, Martin Drew:drums
  • On Piano, Fender Rhodes and Hammond B3 Simon Oslender 2 tracks from his debut album “About Time” with the Cosmo Klein band: Hanno Busch & Bruno muller:guitars, Claus Fisher:bass, Hendrik Smock:drums, Roland Peil:percussion and special guests Wolfgang Haffner,RickyPeterson, Randy Brecker, Christopher Dell
  • The Dutch alto sax legend Piet Noordijk, track from his album “Jubilee  Concert” live at the Bimhuis Amsterdam with Jack van Poll:Hammond organ, Martijn van Iterson:guitar, Frans van Geest:bass, Gijs Dijkhuizen:drums recorded in 2007
  • Drummer Leonard King  track from the album `Extending the Language` with Gerard Gibbs:organ and tenor/baritone sax James Carter recorded in 2005
  • The Fletcher Henderson Big Band with Ben Webster on tenor sax recorded 11/9/1934
  • Alto saxophonist Oliver Nelson track from his album “Skull Session”  recorded in 1975 with Lonnie Listen Smith:electric piano, Chuck Domanico:bass, Willie Bobo:percussion, Shelly Manne:drums, Bill Perkins:baritone sax, Buddy Colette & Bud Shank:tenor sax
  • The Ben Webster special 77/520 track from his lp “Wayfaring Webster” recorded in 1970 with Cees Slinger:piano, Rob Langereis:bass, John Engels:drums
  • The Thelonious Monk Orchestra  at Town Hall recorded Feb.28th 1959 with Donald Byrd:trumpet, Pepper Adams:baritone sax, Charlie Rouse:tenor sax, Phil Woods:alto sax, Sam Jones:bass, Art Taylor:drums
  • The new blues album “Blacktop Run” from guitar/vocals Sonny Landreth release date feb.21th 2020(thanks to the Provogue/Mascot label)