Take 5 Jazz

program no. 1202

  • Start my program with drummer Ronnie Stephenson, track from “Studio 10 Hamburg” recorded april 30th 1965 with Hans Koller: alto and tenor sax, Johnny Griffin and Ronnie Scott: tenor saxes, Ronnie Ross; baritone sax, Martial Solal: piano, Michel Gaudry: bass
  • Pianist John Donegan, track from “Light Streams” recorded april 18 & 19th 2023 with Linley Hamilton: trumpet and flugelhorn, Michael Buckley: alto and tenor sax, Richie Buckley: tenor sax, Dan Bodwell: bass, John Daly: drums
  • Trumpeter Kenny Dorham, track from his lp “The Complete Round About Midnight at Café Bohemia”recorded may 31st 1956 with J.R.  Monterose: tenor sax, Bobby Timmons: piano, Sam Jones: bass, Arthur Edgehill: drums
  • Hakan Nyqvist’s  Horncraft, track from the cd “Inside Looking Out” recorded October 2022 Hakan Nyqvist and Eva-Tea Lundberg: French Horn, Erik Palmberg: trumpet and flugelhorn, Orjan Hulten: saxes, Sven Berggren: trombone, Torbjorn Gulz: piano, Filip Augustson: bass, Henrik Jaderberg: drums
  • Hammond organist Raphael Wressnig, track from his new cd “Soulful Christmas with a funky Twist” Alex Schultz: guitars, Hans Jurgen Bart: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins, track from “Live in Vienna” recorded july 4th 2011 with Peter Bernstein: guitars, Bob Cranshaw: bass, Kobie Watkins: drums, Sammy Figuroa: percussion
  • The Ben Webster special, track 257/520, this week Ben’s lp “Jay McShann and his Orchestra” recorded December 19th 1951
  • Pianist and keyboards Adam Shulman, track from his cd “We Wish you a Funky Christmas” recorded may 5th 2023 with Jesse Levitt: alto sax, Jason Muscat: bass, Jeff Marrs: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Stanley Turrentine, track from the lp “That’s were it’s all” recorded  January 2nd 1962 with Les McCann: piano, Herbie Lewis: bass, Otis Finch: drums
  • Composer/arranger Quincy Jones, track from the lp “Home Again” recorded in 1958 (Quincy Jones and Harry Arnold and his Swedish Radio Studio Orchestra)
  • Pianist Klaus Ignatzek, track from “Day for Night” recorded in 1990 with Joe Henderson: tenor sax,Jean Louis Rassenfosse: bass, Joris Dudli: drums
  • The Millennium Jazz Orchestra, track from “Bleeding  Amazonia” feat Lilian Vieira, composer and arranger Joan Reinders