Take 5 Jazz

program no. 1132

  • Start my program with alto saxophonist Joe Harriott,  recorded july 6th 1956 with Max Harris: piano, Sammy Stokes: bass, Phil Seamen: drums
  • Dixieland and After at Royal Albert Hall, march 28th 1959 with the finest English musicans Tubby Hayes, Kenny Baker, John Dankworth, Danny Moss, Jimmy Skidmore, Ronnie Ross, Kenny Clare
  • Tenor saxophonist Klas Toressen, 2 tracks from his cd “Fundamentals” recorded January 24-25th 2022 with Leo Lindberg: piano, Erik Soderlind: guitar, Kenji Rabson: bass, Moussa Fadera: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Michael Cheret with Scott Hamilton, 2 tracks from the cd “French Song” recorded in 2022 with Olivier Truchot: piano, Cedric Cailaud: bass, Andrea Michelutti: drums
  • On vibraphone, drums and congas Victor Feldman, recorded September 21st 1955 with Dizzy Reece, Jimmy Deuchar: trumpets, Derek Humble: alto sax, Ronnie Scott & Tubby Hayes: tenor sax, Harry Klein: baritone sax, Norman Stenfalt: piano, Lennie Bush: bass, Phil Seamen: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Jiro Inagaki, track from the lp “Do You Know the way to San Jose”  recorded in 1970
  • The Ben Webster special, track 192/520 this week “The Horn”  recorded February 8th 1944 with Oran “Hot Lips” Page: trumpet, Clyde Hart: piano, Charlie Drayton: bass, Denzil Best: drums
  • Trumpeter Lasse Lindgren, track from his cd “Plays the Abba Songbook” recorded in 2015 with the Croatian Radiotelevision Jazz Orchestra
  • The Daily Mail International Jazz Festival All Stars: Shake Keane: trumpet, John Dankworth & Joe Harriott: alto sax, Tubby Hayes: tenor sax, Alan Branscombe: piano, Coleridge Goode: bass, Allan Ganley: drums recorded in London june 6th 1963