Take 5 Jazz


  • This week I’ll start with pianist Freddie Redd, track from his recording “Shades of Redd” recorded august 13th 1960 with Jackie McLean: alto sax, Tina Brooks: tenor sax, Paul Chambers: bass, Louis Hayes: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Curtis Amy track from the lp “Mustang”  recorded January 26th 1967 with Leroy Cooper: baritone sax, Jimmy Owens: trumpet, Kenny Barron: piano, Carl Lynch: guitar, Edgar Willis: bass, Bruno Carr: drums
  • On trumpet you’ll hear Linley Hamilton track from his cd “Making Other Arrangements”  recorded in 2018 with Cian Boylan and the Camden Orchestra
  • Drummer Dave Weckl track from his new cd “Live in St. Louis” at the Chesterfield Jazz Festival 2019 with Jay Oliver: keyboards, Tom Kennedy: bass, Gary Meek: saxes, Buzz Feiten: guitar
  • Vibraphonist Ruben Estrada track from “Get Out of my Way” recorded march 16th 1996 with Henry Estrada: saxes, flute, Ruben Estrada: drums, Raul Rico: congas, Joe Rotondi: trumpet
  • Vibraphonist Milt Jackson & tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins track from “Bean Bags” recorded September 12th 1959 with Tommy Flanagan: piano, Kenny Burrell: guitar, Eddie Jones: bass, Connie Kay: drums
  • The Ben Webster special track 139/520 “The Art Tatum-Ben Webster Quartet” recorded September 11th 1956 with Red Callender on bass, and drummer Bill Douglass
  • Vibrafonist Lionel Hampto track from his l “You Better Know It” recorded October 28th 1964 with Clark Terry: trumpet, Ben Webster: tenor sax, Hank Jones: piano,Milt Hinton: bass, Osie Johnson: drums
  • Vibraphonist Alfredo Chacon  track from his cd “Caliente Corner” recorded in 2018 with Bryan Lynch: trumpet, Gito Maleta: piano, Rodner Padilla: bass, Georvis Pico: drums,
  • Tenor saxophonist Tubby Hayes  track from his album “Quartet in Scandinavia” recorded February 18th 1972 with Staffan Abeleen: piano, Niels H.O. Pedersen: bass, Alex Riel: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Bill Perkins  with a track from his cd “I Wished on the Moon” recorded November 23rd 1989 with the Metropole Orchestra conducted by Rob Pronk