Take 5 Jazz

program no.1163

  • Start my program with The Modern Jazz Sextet, recorded January 1956 with Dizzy Gillespie: trumpet, Sonny Stitt: alto sax, John Lewis: piano, Skeeter Best: guitar, Percy Heath: bass, Charlie Persip: drums
  • Al Cohn and Zoot Sims, track from “Live at Emma-Jazz, Norway”  recorded june 14th 1982 with Hank Jones: piano, Ron Carter: bass, Alan Dawson: drums
  • Tenorist Simon Rigter, track from his album “Growing Up” recorded in 2022 with Vincent Koning: guitar
  • Tenorist Lester Young, track from “Pres” recorded in 1961 with Hank Jones: piano, Ray Brown: bass,  Buddy Rich: drums
  • The Ben Webster special, track 218/520, this week Ben with a track from the lp “Webster’s Dictionary” recorded in England October 12th 1970 with Stan Tracey: piano, Dave Green: bass, Tony Crombie: drums, Alan Branscombe: vibes, Tony Coe: clarinet
  • Tenorist Bent Jaedig, track from his album “The Red Lightning” recorded December 3rd 1995 with Ben Besiakow: piano, Jesper Lundgaard: bass, Ole Streenberg: drums
  • Tenorist Stan Getz, track from the double lp “Live at Montmartre” recorded January 28th 1977 with Joanne Brackeen: piano & fender Rhodes, Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen: bass, Billy Hart: drums
  • Pianist Martial Solal, track from “Suite for Trio” recorded in 1976 with Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen: bass and drummer Daniel Humair
  • Pianist Horace Silver, track from his lp “Midnight Train” recorded may 8th 1957 with Hank Mobley: tenor sax, Art Farmer: trumpet, Teddy Kotick: bass, Louis Hayes: drums
  • On tenor and baritone sax Jimmy Giuffre with the Teddy Charles band, Charles plays piano and vibes with Shorty Rogers: trumpet, Curtis Counce: bass, Shelly Manne: drums recorded august 31st 1953
  • Tenor saxophonist Sonny Stitt, track from his album “Swings the Most” recorded December 21st 1959 with Amos Trice: piano, George Morrow: bass, Lenny McBrowne: drums