Take 5 Jazz

program no.1161

  • Start my program with pianist Les McCann, track from the album “In New York” recorded December 28th 1961 with Curtis Amy: tenor sax, Bobby Hutcherson: vibes, Herbie Lewis: bass, Ron Jefferson: drums
  • Pianist Duke Jordan, track from the album “Trio & Quintet” recorded November 20th 1955 with Percy Heath: bass, Art Blakey: drums, Eddie Bert: trombone, Cecil Payne: baritone sax
  • Pianist Horace Silver, track from “Live in New York-Revisited” recorded at the half note april 18th 1965 with Carmell Jones: trumpet, Joe Henderson: tenor sax, Teddy Smith: bass, Roger Humphries: drums
  • The Dutch Swing College Band with the Marine Band of the Royal Netherlands Nays recorded march 27th 2014
  • Tenor saxophonist Simon Rigter, track from the new album “Growing Up” recorded in 2022 with Karel Boehlee: piano, Cas Jiskoot: bass, Joost van Schaik: drums
  • The Ben Webster special, track 216/520, this week Ben meets Piet Noordijk “Johnny Come Lately” recorded at de Koffer in Groningen February 2nd 1973 Ben on tenor, Piet on alto sax, Irv Rochlin: piano, Rob Langereis: bass, Tony Inzalaco: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Rusty Bryant, track from “Rusty Rides Again” recorded February 24th 1980 with Gary Carney: trombone, Bobby Floyd: piano, Terry Binns: electric bass, Joe Ong: drums
  • Alto saxophonist/flute Gerlo Hesselink, track from his cd “Meant for You” recorded july 5 & 6th 2022 with Dirk Balthaus: piano, Johan Plomp: bass, Joost Kesselaar: drums
  • Trumpeter Clark Terry, track from his album “In Paris” recorded October 1959 with Paul Gonsalves: tenor sax, Raymond Fol: piano, Jimmy Woode: bass, Sam Woodyard: drums
  • Pianist Michel Petrucciani, track from his album “Both Worlds Live” recorded july 10th 1998 with Anthony Jackson: bass, Steve Gadd: drums, Flavio Boltro: trumpet & flugelhorn, Stefano Di Battista: alto & soprano sax, Denis Leloup: trombone