Take 5 Jazz


  • This week I’ll start with Chet Baker track from his lp “Plays the best of Lerner & Loewe” recorded july 1959 with Herbie Mann: flute and tenor sax, Zoot Sims: tenor sax, Pepper Adams: baritone sax, Bob Corwin: piano, Earl May: bass, Clifford Jarvis: drums
  • Pianist Friedrich Gulda track from the lp “From Vienna with Love” recorded may 25th 1964 with some of the finest musicans Jimmy Deuchar, Benny Bailey, Sahib Shihab, Tubby Hayes, Jimmy Woode, Mel Lewis
  • Saxophonist Charlie Ventura(plays tenor, alto,baritone and bass saxophone) track from “Adventure with Charlie” recorded march 30th 1957 with Billy Bean: guitar, Johnny Coates, Jr: piano, Gus Nemeth: bass, Tony DiNicola:  drums
  • On keyboards Dominique Vantomme track from his album “Vegir” recorded October 29th 2016 with Tony Levin on bass and Chapman Stick,Michel Deville: guitars, Maxime Lenssens: drums
  • The Ben Webster special track 133/520 “Live at Stampen, Stockholm” recorded march 19th 1973 with Teddy Wilson: piano, Sture Nordin: bass, Ed Thigpen: drums
  • Drummer Art Blakey and his Jazz Messengers 2 tracks from both lp”s  “Meet you at the Jazz Corner of the World” recorded September 14th 1960 with Lee Morgan on trumpet, Wayne Shorter on tenor sax, Bobby Timmons plays piano and Jymie Merritt on the contrabass
  • Pianist Count Basie presents the Tenor of Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis recorded December 17th 1957 with Joe Newman: trumpet, Shirley Scott: organ, George Duvivier: bass, Butch Ballard: drums
  • Bassist Ray  Brown track from his album “Echoes from the West” recorded in 1981 with Roger Kellaway: piano and drummer Louie Bellson
  • Tenor saxophonist Rusty Bryant track from “Orginal Quintet Complete Recordings”  recorded in 1954 with Otis Sutton: baritone sax, Hank Marr: piano, Warren Stephens: guitar, Fred Smith: bass, Jimmy Rodgers: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Don Byas, track from his album “Made in Tokyo” recorded in 1981