Take 5 Jazz

program no. 1158

  • Start my program with drummer Bernard Purdie, track from his album “Soul to Jazz II “ recorded January 24th 1997 with Hank Crawford: alto sax, Stanley Turrentine: tenor sax, Cornell Dupree: guitar, Benny Green: piano, Stanley Banks: el-b, Pancho Morales: congas
  • Pianist Horace Silver, track from his lp “Silver “N Voices” recorded October 1st 1976 with Tom Harrell: trumpet and flugelhorn, Bob Berg: tenor sax, Ron Carter: bass, Al Foster: drums + Voices
  • Saxophonist Bendik Hofseth, track from his album “XI “ recorded in 2009 with Mike Mainieri: vibes, Gil Goldsein: piano, accordion, Oliver Louvel: guitar, Scott Colley: bass, Antonio Sanchez: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Stanley Turrentine, track from his lp “The Baddest Turrentine” recorded in 1974 with Milt Jackson: vibes, Bob James: keyboards, Ron Carter: bass, Billy Cobham: drums, Cornell Dupree: guitar
  • Drummer Jimmy Cobb, track from his album “Cobb’s Groove” recoded January 2003 with Eric Alexander: tenor sax, Peter Bernstein: guitar, Richard Wyands: piano, John Webber: bass
  • The Ben Webster special, track 213/520, this week “Ben with Strings” recorded December 15th 1954
  • Bassist Oscar Pettiford, track from his album “O.P. & Friends-Blues in my Mind” recorded in Hamburg 1958with Hans Koller: tenor sax, Dusko Goykovich: trumpet, Michel Hauser: vibes, Attila Zoller: guitar, Armin Rusch: piano, Jimmy Pratt: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Houston Person, track from his album “The Real Thing” recorded in 1973 with Wild Bill Moore: tenor sax, Eli Fountain: alto sax, Marcus Belgrave & Donald Townes: trumpet, Sonny Phillips: organ, Grant Green: guitar, James Jamerson: bass, Idris Muhammad: drums, Buddy Caldwell: congas
  • Tenor saxophonist Barney Wilen, track from his lp “Movie themes from France” recorded October 2nd 1990 with Mal Waldron: piano, Stafford James: bass, Eddie Moore: bass
  • Tenor saxophonist Ruud Brink, track from his album “To Say Goodbye” recorded april 7th 1987 with the Metropole Orchestra conducted by Rogier van Otterloo—violin solo by Erno Olah