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no. 985

  • Starting with tenor saxophonist King Curtis track from “Live at Filmore West” with Billy Preston, Cornell Dupree, Jerry Jermott, Bernard Purdie and Pancho Morales.
  • One of the finest tenor saxophonist from the Netherlands is Rinus Groeneveld (Greenfield) with Nick van den Bos on keyboards, Erik Barkman on bass and drummer Roberto Haliffi.
  • On vibes you hear two tracks from the cd “Live at the North Sea Jazz Festival” Vincent Houdijk plays the vibes & Mallekat, Floris van der Vlugt on saxes, Gersom Raams on guitar, Sven Happel on bass and drummer Haye Jellema.
  • Tenor saxophonist Bobby Wellins and Gary Kavanagh on trumpet play the music of Clifford Brown with Roy Hilton on piano, Dave Whitford on bass and on drums the one and only Spike Wells.
  • Alfredo Chacon plays the vibes on his cd “Caliente Coner” with a fantastic trumpet player mr Brian Lynch.
  • The Jazz Couriers feat: Tubby Hayes and Ronnie Scott (Tubby plays also vibes and flute) Terry Shannon plays the piano, Kenny Napper on bass and drummer Phil Seamen
  • Ben Webster special (48/520) track from “Live at the Jazzhus Montmartre” with Kenny Drew on piano, Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen on bass and drummer Alex Riel. 31-1-1965
  • The Ronnie Scott Sextet recorded in 1957, Ronnie on tenor, Jimmy Deuchar on trumpet, Derek Humble on alto sax, Stan Tracey on piano, Kenny Napper on bass and on drums Phil Seamen.
  • Drummer Tony Crombie at the Royal Festival Hall 1956 with Peter King and Ronnie Scott on tenor,Derek Humble on alto, Bennie Green on baritone sax, Jimmy Deuchar and Les Condon on trumpet, Stan Tracey on piano, Lennie Bush on bass.
  • Tenorist James Moody track from the lp “Never Again” with Mickey Tucker: organ, Roland Wilson: Electric Bass, Eddie Gladden on drums. Recorded in 1972.
  • The Big Band from composer/arranger Ted Heath with a feature for bassist Johnny Hawksworth and the drummers are Ronnie Verrell and Kenny Clare.

No. 984

  • The first track in my program is Apache from tenor saxophonist  Sam Butera & The Witnesses;
  • Ronnie Scott Jazz Group (Dec 1 ,1952) with Jimmy Deuchar on trumpet, Derek Humble on alto, Ronnie on tenor, Benny Green on baritone sax, Tony Crombie on drums;
  • Tubby Hayes and the All Stars: Return Visit recorded in 1962, Tubby, Roland Kirk and Jimmy Gloomy on tenor, Walter Bishop Jr on piano, Sam Jones on bass and drummer Louis Hayes;
  • Vic Ash Quartet live at the Royal Festival Hall, London 18-2-1956  Vic Ash: clarinet, Terrry Shannon on piano, Pete Elderfield on bass, Benny Goodman on drums;
  • The New Jazz Group: Dizzy Reece on trumpet, Derek Smith on piano, Sammy Stokes on bass and drummer Allan Ganley 1956 recording;
  • Trio from pianist Bill Evans with Philly Joe Jones on drums and Paul Chambers on bass recorded in N.Y. 1962;
  • Drummer Victor Feldman “the Young Vic” recorded in London 17-2-1948 Johnny Dankworth on clarinet, Eddie Thompson on piano and Bert Howard on bass;
  • Pianist Eddie Thompson “Vox” lp from 1958 with Tubby Hayes on vibes, Johnny Scott on flute, Arthur Watts on bass and drummer Jackie Dougan;
  • Ben Webster  track 47/520  Live in Norway 1970 with Tore Dandnaes on piano, Bjorn Alterhaug on bass and drummer Kjell Johanssen;
  • Big band from composer/arranger Ted Heath “Palladium Revisited” from 1963 with a fantastic drum duet between Ronnie Verrell and Kenny Clare;
  • The last track in my program is Dexter Gordon’s Honeysuckle Rose with Dexter,Ben Webster, Don Byas and Herbie Fields on tenor, Duke Ellington on piano,Stuff Smith on violin recording from 1945 in New York.

No. 983

  • My first track is Phil Seamen (English Top drummer) here with his quintet-live at Jazz Club 45 sessions from 1956 with Major Holly on bass, Joe Harriott on Alto Sax, Dave Goldberg on guitar, John Weed on piano
  • Tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton, his new cd with Jan Lundgren on piano, Hans Backenroth on bass and drummer Kristian Leth;
  • Tenorist Coleman Hawkins 1960 The Complete Essen Jazz Festival, and bonus tracks from the playboy Jazz Festival, Chicago 1959;
  • Tenorist Zoot Sims with the Ronnie Scott/JimmyDeuchar Quintet—live at Ronnie Scott’s Club 1961;
  • Drummer Art Blakey  “Cadet” recording from 1957with Jackie McLean on alto sax, Bill Hardman on trumpet;
  • ”Dutch” fusion band Tristan new cd: The Spice of Five, you hear 2 tracks ;
  • Drummer Phil Seamen trio, track from his lp on verve: “Now…Live” with Tony Archer on bass and Tony Lee on piano  recorded live at the Bull’s Head in London 1968;
  • Tenorist Ronnie Scott live at Jazz Club 45 session in 1956 with Jimmy Deuchar on trumpet, Terry Shannon on piano, Lennie Bush on bass and drummer Allan Ganley;
  • The Ben Webster special track 46/520 track from Music with Feeling-N.Y.City 1954;
  • Blues from the Super Sonic Blues Machine with special guest Billy Gibbons.

No. 982

  • Starting with Tubby Hayes—The Palladium Jazz Date from 1961 with Cleo Laine, here’s a quartet version from Tubby with Terry Shannon on piano, Jeff Clyne on Bass and drummer Bill Eyden;
  • Some French Jazz –The Medeljazz Quartet:Laurent Medel on guitar, Nicolas Fabre on keys, Francois Poitou on bass, drummer is Elizabeth Keledjian;
  • One of my favourite English drummers Phil Seamen with a trio: Eddie Gomez on bass and Tony Lee on piano;
  • English Conductor Vic Lewis with an All Star Band, in this track tenorist Danny Moss is featured;
  • Composer/Arranger Ted Heath plays Fats Waller, on saxes Danny Moss, George Hunter, Roy Willox,
  • Trumpets: Bobby Pratt, Stan Reynolds, Frank Horrox on piano, Ronnie Verell on drums;
  • Tenorist Ben Webster track 45 from the 520 week special, play some from the lp Ben on EmArchy;
  • Tenorist Archie Shepp cd: True Blue with John Hicks on piano, George Mraz on bass and drummer Billy Drummond;
  • Tubby with his second track, now from the Boppin’ and Hoppin’’ recording from 1960 with drummer Tony Crombie;
  • Alto saxophonist Henry “Buster” Smith track from the Legendary Buster Smith recording, recorded in 1959 with Buster Cooper on Baritone Sax and his brother Boston Smith on piano;
  • The last track in this program is for one of the finest English Baritone sax players Ronnie Ross, track from the lp Double Event, on drums Andrew White and Bertt Courtley on Trumpet.

No. 981

  • Saxophonists: Tubby Hayes, Danny Moss, Tommy Whittle, Ronnie Scott, Ben Webster (44/520), Spike Robinson, Jan Menu.
  • Pianist: Bill Le Sage, Derek Smith.
  • N.J.A.  new release: Ruud Bos—The Secret  All Star Band.
  • Singer: Sammy Davis, Jr.

No. 980

  • Saxes: Hans Dulfer, Big Jay McNeely, Leo Janssen, Harry Verbeke, Tubby Hayes, Ray Galato, Rinus Groeneveld, Ben Webster (43/520), and Scott Hamilton
  • Pianists: Victor Feldman, and Cees Slinger.
  • Drums: John Engels, Brian Melvin, and Martin van Duijnhoven.

No. 979

  • Saxophonists: Tubby Hayes, Ronnie Ross,Spike Robinson,Ben Webster (42/520), Tommy Whittle, Dick Morrissey, Eric Alexander.
  • Pianists: Stan Tracey, David Kikoski, Cajan Witmer.
  • Drums: Jack Parnell, Phil Seamen, Maarten Kruijswijk.

No. 978

  • Saxophones: Dexter Gordon, Piet Noordijk, Ben Webster(41/520),Eddie Chamblee, Arnett Cobb, Tubby Hayes, Ronnie Scott, Bjarne Nerem.
  • Pianists: Rob van Dijk, Cajan Witmer.
  • Trumpet: Jimmy Deuchar.
  • Vibraphones: Frits Landesbergen.

No. 977

  • Saxophonists: Ben Webster(40/520),Toon van Vliet, Kees Noordijk, Piet Noordijk, Dexter Gordon, Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis, Harry Allen, Tubby Hayes, Erena Terakubo.
  • Big Band: Woody Herman.
  • Pianist: Bob James, Kenny Barron.

No. 976

  • Saxophonists: Simon Rigter, Hank Mobley, Stan Getz, Herbie Steward, Jimmy Giuffre, Gerry Mulligan, Dexter Gordon, Efraim Trujillo, Ben Webster (939/520).
  • Drums: Brian Melvin (new cd) + Standards Zone with Jaco Pastorius, The Preacher Men!
  • Pianists: Jack Wilson, Jon Davis, Kenny Barron, The Conrad Miller Trio (new cd).