Take 5 Jazz


  • My first track in this program is from tenor saxophonist Greg Piccolo, track from his album “Hommage”  recorded in 2001 with Reece Wyands: organ & piano, Marty Ballou: bass, Bobby  Ruggerio: drums
  • Baritone saxophonist Rik van den Bergh  track from his cd “Reserge” tribute to the great baritone saxophonist Serge Chaloff  recorded in 2007 with Marco Kegel & Jan Smit: alto sax, Simon Rigter & Sjoerd Dijkhuizen: tenor sax,Eric Doelman: piano, Frans van Geest: bass, Gijs Dijkhuizen: drums
  • Pianist Masahiko Satoh, track from “Double Exposure” recorded june 3rd 1988 with Eddie Gomez: bass, Steve Gadd: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Tubby Hayes, track from his lp “Tubby’s New Groove” recorded in London, December 1959 with Terry Shannon: piano, Jeff Clyne: bass, Phil Seamen: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Roman Schwaller track from “Live in Vienna” recorded im Opus Wien January 20th 1987 with Roberto Di Gioia: piano, Thomas Stabenow: bass, Mel Lewis: drums
  • The Ben Webster special, track 115/520, now his lp “At the Renaissance” recorded October 10th 1960 with Jimmy Rowles: piano, Jim Hall: guitar, Red Mitchell:  bass, Frank Butler: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Harry Verbeke with Carlo de Wijs: hammond organ track from his recording  “Mo de Bo” recorded june 16th 1985 with Hein v.d. Geyn: bass, Arnoud Gerritse: drums
  • The Brooklyn Sessions with Marko Churnchetz: piano, Joris Teepe: bass, Billy Hart: drums  recorded January 11th 2019
  • Drummer Brian Melvin track from his new cd “As it Is” recorded live at Philly Joe’s Club Tallinn, Estonia January 31st 2020 with Alexander Paal: saxes, Mart Soo: guitar, Taavo Remmel: bass
  • Tenor saxophonist Hidehiko Matsumoto track from his lp “This is Blues” recorded in 1968 with Ushio Sakai: organ, Kimio Koizumi: bass, Masatsuka Nagashiba: drums
  • Bassist Koos Wiltenburg  track from his cd “What a wonderful day for the blues”  recorded in 2008 with Eef Albers: guitars, Leo Janssen: saxes, clarinet, Arno van Nieuwenhuize: drums