Start my program with saxophonist Alex Clarke, there are 2 tracks from her new cd in my program this week, she plays alto and tenor, tracks from “Only a Year” with David Newton: piano, Dave Green: bass, Clark Tracey: drums
On vibes you’ll hear Dimitris Angelakis ( from Greece) also 2 tracks from his new cd “Long Way Home” with George Kontrafouris: fender Rhodes, Kimon Karoutzos: bass, Jason Wastor: drums
On trumpet you’ll hear Lasse Lindgren with a “happy song” ( I laughed when I first heard it….. something positive in this mad, mad world)
West Coast in Amsterdam, the new release from the Dutch Jazz Archive ( Nederlands Jazz Archief) first Bob Cooper on tenor sax, Bud Shank: alto sax, Claude Williamson: piano, Don Prell: bass, Jimmy Pratt: drums-march 15th 1958
The Stan Kenton Big Band, also from the Dutch Jazz Archive, Concertgebouw Amsterdam april 28th 1956 with Curtis Counce, Mel Lewis, Bill Perkins, Don Rendell, Lennie Niehaus, Carl Fontana
Second track from vibist Dimitris Angelakis
The Ben Webster special, track 207/520, this week Ben with Gene Krupa in N.Y. September 27th 1953 with Charlie Shavers: trumpet, Bill Harris: trombone, Ben on tenor, Teddy Wilson: piano, Herb Ellis : guitar, Ray Brown: bass, Gene Krupa: drums
Second track from saxophonist Alex Clarke
Drummer Shelly Manne, track from the West Coast in Amsterdam release ( Nederlands Jazz Archief) Joe Gordon: trumpet, Richie Kamuca: tenor sax, Russ Freeman: piano, Monty Budwig: bass, Shelly Manne: drums february 27th 1960
On tenor sax and clarinet Jimmy Giuffre, also from the Dutch Jazz Archive “West Coast in Amsterdam” Concertgebouw may 23rd 1959 with Jim Hall: guitar, Buddy Clark: bass
Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon, track from his SteepleChase album “Strings and Things” recorded February and may 1976 with Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen: bass
Drummer Steve Gadd, Bassist Eddie Gomez and Baritone saxophonist they released a fantastic album with the WDR Big Band “Center Stage” this track is a homage to Ronnie Cuber who died October 7th
Tenor saxophonist Eddie Chamblee, track from the complete recordings 1953-1954 with Johnny Young: piano, Ernie Shepard: bass, Osie Johnson: drums recorded august 17th 1953
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