Take 5 Jazz

No. 1102

  • I’ll start my program with Miles Davis, track from “Walkin” recorded april 3rd 1954 with Lucky Thompson: tenor sax, J.J. Johnson: trombone, Horace Silver: piano, Percy Heath: bass, Kenny Clarke: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Coen Kaldeway track from his cd “Vanishing Point” with Daan Herweg: piano, Tobias Nijboer: bass, Mark van Kersbergen: drums
  • Drummer Art Blakey and his Jazz Messengers, track from “A day with Art Blakey”  recorded at Sankei Hall, Tokyo-january 2nd 1961 with Bobby Timmons: piano, Jimmy Merritt: bass, Lee Morgan: trumpet, Wayne Shorter: tenor sax
  • Pianist Ralph Sharon, track from his lp “Around the  world”  recorded January 9th 1957 with Lucky Thompson: tenor sax, Eddie Costa: vibes, Joe Puma: guitar, Oscar Pettiford: bass, Osie Johnson: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins, track from “Work Time” recorded December 2nd 1955 with Ray Bryant: piano, George Morrow: bass, Max Roach: drums
  • The Ben Webster special, track 163/520, now Ben at Paradiso, recorded in 1968 with Cees Slinger: piano, Rob Langereis: bass, Han Bennink: drums
  • On trumpet you’ll hear Jan van Duinkerken, track from his new album “Short Stories” recorded august 2020 with Karel Boehlee: piano, Aram Kersbergen: bass, John Engels: drums + Metropole Orchestra Strings
  • Tenor and soprano saxophonist Ben van den Dungen, track from “Live at Lux and Tivoli” recorded at Tivoli Utrecht February 2nd 2020 with Miguel Rodriguez: piano, Marius Beets: bass, Eric Ineke: drums
  • Hammond organist Stan Hunter, track from his album “Trip on the Strip” recorded in 1966 with Sonny Fortune: tenor sax, Sherman Suber: guitar, John Royal: drums