Take 5 Jazz


  • I’ll start my program with Miles Davis, track from “Birth of the Cool” recorded live at the Royal Rooster, New York September 4th  1948
  • Tenor saxophonist Jack Sels, track from “Bongo Jazz” recorded in 1959 with Lucky Thompson on tenor, Ado Broodboom: trumpet, Fats Sadi: vibes, Jean Fanis: piano, Benoit Quersin: bass, Rudy Frankel: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Georgie Auld, track from the lp “Tenderley” recorded in 1952
  • Pianist Francy Boland & drummer Kenny Clarke, track from Changes of Scenes” recorded June 14th 1971 with special guest tenorist Stan Getz
  • Jan van Duinkerken on trumpet with a track from his cd “Short Stories” recorded august 31st 2020 with Karel Boehlee: piano, Aram Kersbergen: bass, John Engels: drums + Metropole Orchestra Strings
  • Drummer Reinhardt Winkler track from his cd “Let’s face the Music” recorded in 2020 with Harry Allen: tenor sax, Wolfgang Puschnig: alto sax, John Di Martino: piano, Boris Kozlov: bass, Simone Kopmajer: vocals
  • The Ben Webster special, track 156/520, this week “Live at the Jazzhus, Montmartre, vol.1” recorded January 30th 1965 with Kenny Drew: piano, Niels H.O. Pedersen: bass, Alex Riel: drums
  • On alto/soprano sax you’ll hear  Kika Sprangers track from her new cd “No Man’s Land” recorded November 22nd 2020 with Wolfert Brederode: piano, Thomas Pol: bass, Jasper van Hulten: drums + strings
  • Tenor saxophonist Charlie Ventura track from his lp “Charlie Ventura plays Duke Ellington for Dancing”  recorded June 10th 1953
  • Saxophonist Lucas Figueireido Santana with a track from his new cd “Reflections”  recorded in 2020
  • Alto saxophonist Sadao Watanabe track from his album “At Pit Inn” recorded December 24th 1974 with Cedar Walton: piano, Sam Jones: bass, Billy Higgins: drums