Take 5 Jazz


  • I’ll’ start my program with tenor saxophonist Buddy Tate  track from “With Torsten Zwingenberger Swingtet” recorded april 15th 1986 with Hendrik Meurkens: vibes, Otto Weiss: piano, Dieter Gutzkow: bass, Torsten  Zwingenberger: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Harry Allen with a track from “Hey, Look me over” recorded in 2004 with Joe Cohn: guitar, Joel Forbes: bass, Chuck Riggs: drums
  • On vocals you’ll hear Jimmy Witherspoon track from his album “Live in London 1966” with Dick Morrissey: tenor sax, Harry South: piano, Phil Bates: bass, Phil Seamen: drums
  • The Kurt Edelhagen Orchestra track from “The Unreleased WDR Jazz Recordings”  recorded December 13th 1961 with solists Sahib Shihab: baritone sax, Francis Coppieters: piano, Peter Erich: bass,  Stuff Combe: drums
  • Alto saxophonist Benjamin Herman, Bassist Joris Teepe and drummer John Engels track from “When Will The Blues Leave” recorded june 15th 2020
  • The Ben Webster special , track 151/520 now his “Copenhagen Recording” October 1st 1965 with Kenny Drew: piano, Niels H.O. Pedersen: bass, Alex Riel: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander track from “Prime Time” recorded april 22nd 2007 with David Hazeltine: piano, John Webber: bass, Joe Farnsworth: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Ronnie Scott track from his album “BBC Jazz Club 1964-1966” with Stan Tracey: piano, Freddie Logan: bass, Bill Eyden: drums
  • Pianist  Pim Jacobs with his band,  Ruud Jacobs: bass, Peter Ypma: drums, Frits Landesbergen: vibes, Bernard Berkhout: clarinet, Wim Overgaauw: guitar recorded in 1987
  • Blues guitarist/singer & bluesharp B.J. Hegen track from his album “A Lost Blues Tape” recorded july 1987 with Eric Zuidema: guitar, Jan Warntjes: piano, Cynthio Ooms: bass, Willem Drenth: drums
  • Pianist John Burch  track from his album “The John Burch Octet” recorded march 15th 1963 with Mike Falana: trumpet, John Mumford: trombone, Graham Bond: alto sax, Stan Robinson: tenor sax,Miff Moule: baritone sax, Jack Bruce: bass, Ginger Baker: drums