Take 5 Jazz


  • I’ll’ start my program with tenor saxophonist Boots Randolph, track from “Boots” recorded in 1990
  • Tenor and Soprano saxophonist Ben van den Dungen track from his new cd “Live at Lux and Tivoli” recorded 2020/2021 with Miguel Rodriguez: piano, Marius Beets: bass, Eric Ineke / Gijs Dijkhuizen: drums
  • Pianist Franck Amsallem, track from “Gotham Goodbye” recorded October 15th 2018 with Irving Acao: tenor sax, Victor Nyberg: bass, Gautier Garrigue: drums
  • Drummer Gerry Gibbs , track from “Songs from my father” recorded 2020 / 2021 with Kenny Barron: piano, Buster Williams: bass
  • Pianist Duke Ellington (quartet) recorded in Chicago june 24th 1958 with Paul Gonsalves: tenor sax, Jimmy Woode: bass, Sam Woodyard: drums
  • Pianist Duke Jordan , track from his Savoy recording “Trio & Quintet” recorded November 20th 1955 with Percy Heath: bass, Art Blakey: drums, Eddie Bert: trombone, Cecil Payne: baritone sax
  • The Ben Webster special, track 154/520 “Ben Webster live in Vienna 1972” with local musicans, may 12th 1972
  • Alto saxophonist Maceo Parker, track from “Southern Exposure” recorded in 1993 with Fred Wesley: trombone, Pee Wee Ellis: tenor sax, Rodney Jones: guitar, Will Boulware: Hammond B3, Bill Stewart: drums
  • The Montreux Summit recorded july 24th 1977 with Steve Khan, Dexter Gordon, Stan Getz, Maynard Ferguson, Woody Shaw, Ralph MacDonald ,Billy Cobham, Eric Gale(soloists in this track!!)
  • Alto and tenor saxophonist Oliver Nelson, track from his lp “Blues and the Abstract Truth” recorded February 23rd 1963 with Eric Dolpy: alto sax & flute, Freddie Hubbard: trumpet, George Barrow: baritone sax, Bill Evans: piano, Paul Chambers: bass, Roy Haynes: drums