I’ll start my program with Ack van Rooyen on trumpet and flugelhorn, track from his lp “Homeward” recorded November 1952 with Bart van Lier: trombone, Ferdinand Povel: tenor sax, Rob Franken: fender Rhodes, Theo de Jong: bass, Bruno Castellucci: drums(track: Homeward)
The Peter Herbolzheimer Rhythm Combination and Brass, track from “Big Band BeBop” (track: On The Scene) with solos from Rob Franken: keyboards, Ack van Rooyen: flugelhorn
Drummer Charlie Antolini track from “Jazz Power Live in Stuttgart” recorded October 28th 1977 with Sal Nistico: tenor sax, Ack van Rooyen: flugelhorn, Bob Burgess: trombone, Rob Franken: fender rhodes, Gary Todd: bass (Loose and Easy)
Tenor saxophonist Lucky Thompson track from his lp “Lucky and Gerard Pochonet” recorded march 12th 1956 with Martial Solal: piano, Pierre Michelot: bass, Gerard Pochonet: drums, Jean Pierre Sasson: guitar, Michel Hausser: vibes ( My Funny Valentine)
Composer/Arranger Jerry van Rooyen & Ack van Rooyen on trumpet/flugelhorn, track from the lp “Didn’t we” recorded in 1970 with Rob Franken: keyboards, Herb Geller: alto sax ( Her name is Barbara)
The Ben Webster special, track 167/520, his lp “Music for Loving” recorded in N.Y.C. march 30th 1954 (Until Tonight)
On trumpet you’ll hear Kenny Dorham, track from his lp “The Jazz Prophets vol.” recorded april 4th 1956 with Dick Katz: piano, Sam Jones; bass, Arthur Edgehill: drums, J.R. Monterose: tenor sax ( The Prophet)
Tenor saxophonist Eddie Harris, track from his lp “Smokin” recorded in Chicago 1961 with Willie Pickens: piano, Donald Garrett: bass, Earl Thomas: drums (It never entered my Mind)
Alto & tenor saxophonist Lee Konitz, track from “In Europe 1956—The Paris and Koln Sessions” recorded January 16th 1956 with Lars Gullin: tenor sax, Rene Urtreger: piano, Pierre Michelott: bass, Christian Garros: drums, Bobby Jasper: tenor sax, Sacha Distel: guitar ( Now’s the Time)
Pianist Stan Tracey , track from “Jazz Suite-Under Milk Wood” recorded in 1965 with Bobby Wellins: tenor sax, Jeff Clyne: bass, Jackie Dougan: drums ( Cockle Row)
The Manhattan Jazz Quintet—Reunion track from “Manhattan Blues” recorded February 27th 1990 with Lew Soloff: trumpet, George Young: tenor sax, David Matthews: piano, Eddie Gomez: bass, John Scofield: guitar ( The Blues March)
The Metropole Orchestra, track from “Then and Now” the artistry of Ack & Jerry van Rooyen” with solists Ack van Rooyen on flugelhorn and Erno Olah: violin recorded December 11th 1984 ( It never entered my Mind)
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