Take 5 Jazz

Shows:

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

program no.1162

  • Start my program with tenor saxophonist Will Jasper, track from his cd “Jammin’ at the Stable” recorded june 25th 2022 with Joe Dinkelbach: piano, Frans van Geest: bass, Gijs Dijkhuizen: drums
  • The Beau Hunks Saxophone Quartet
  • Vibraphonist Milt Jackson and bassist Ray Brown, track from “Estival Jazz 1986” with Stanley Turrentine: tenor sax, Cedar Walton: piano, Mickey Roker: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Al Cohn and Charlie’s Tavern Ensemble
  • The Ben Webster special, track 217/520 this week Ben with the Norman Granz Jazz at the Philharmonic, Hatford 1953  Charlie Shavers & Roy Eldridge: trumpets, Bill Harris: trombone, Ben Webster & Flip Philips: tenor saxes, Benny Carter & Willie Smith: alto saxes,Oscar Peterson: piano, Herb Ellis: guitar, Ray Brown: bass, Gene Krupa: drums
  • Second track from saxophonist Will Jasper
  • Tenor saxophonist Joop Hendriks, track from “Feel the Jazz” recorded September 1986 with Harry Kanters: bass, Onno de Bruijn: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Harry Verbeke, track from “Jazz Club Parade” recorded December 10th 1969 with Rob Franken: organ, Ruud Jacobs: bass guitar, Peter Ypma: drums
  • Trombonist Dan Barrett with the SunshineMusic Company ( oude stijl  Jazz festival Breda 1978)
  • Guitarist Ulf Wakenius, track from “The N.Y. Invasion ABSOLUT jazz, Swedish Jazz Salutes-vol.2” recorded live in Carnegie Hall, june 6th 2000 with Jan Lundgren: piano, Matthias Svensson: bass, Rasmus Kihlberg: drums
  • The Swedish Jazz All Stars at Carnegie Hall, also june the 6th 2000

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

program no. 1160

  • Start my program with guitarist Kenny Burrell, track from his lp “Blue Lights-vol.2”  recorded may 14th 1958 Louis Smith: trumpet, Tina Brooks & Junior Cook: tenor sax, Duke Jordan: piano, Sam Jones: bass, Art Blakey: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Fulvio Albano, track from his album “That Old Feeling” recorded in 2020 with Massimo Farao: piano, Aldo Zunino: bass, Adam Pache: drums
  • Tenor sax Booker Ervin, track from his album “The Blues Book” recorded june 30th 1964 with Carmell Jones: trumpet, Gildo Mahones: piano, Richard Davis: bass, Alan Dawson: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Jan Harbeck, track from his new album “Balanced” recorded on Stunt Records april 10 & 11th 2022 with Henrik Gunde: piano, Eske Norrelykke: bass, Anders Holm: drums, Eliel Lazo: congas
  • The Ben Webster special, track 215/520-this week Ben with Duke Ellington & Johnny Hodges, track from the lp “Side by Side” recorded august 14th 1958
  • Trumpeter Suzan Veneman, track from her album “Migrations of the Mind” recorded feb/march 2021 with Joao Driessen: tenor sax, Vincent Veneman: trombone, Timothy Banchet: piano, Tijs Klaassen: bass, Wouter Kuhne: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Dick de Graaf, track from his album “Festive” recorded September 10/11th 2020 ( Dick is the Winner of the Edison Jazz Oeuvre Award 2022) Barry Green: piano, Jos Machtel: bass, Pascal Vermeer: drums
  • Chazz,  track from “Passing the Bar” recorded September/November 1990 with Eric Vloeimans: trumpet, Dick de Graaf: tenor sax, Niko Langenhuijsen: piano, Eric Calmes: bass, Hans Eijkenaar: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist  Claudio Jr De Rosa, track from his album “Next” recorded December 8 & 9th 2021 with Xavi Torres: piano, Mauro Cottone: bass, Sander Smeeets: drums
  • Pianist (and vocals) Federica Lorusso, track from her album “Outside Introspections” recorded in 2021 with Claudio Jr. De Rosa: tenor sax, David Macchione: bass, Egidio Gentile: drums

program

  • Start my program with Jimmy Smith and his swinging organ, track from his lp “Fourmost Return” recorded November 16th 1990 with Stanley Turrentine: tenor sax, Kenny Burrell: guitar, Grady Tate: drums
  • Baritone saxophonist Pepper Adams, track from his album “Live at Room at the Top” recorded September 25th 1972 with Tommy Banks: piano, Bobby Cairns: electric bass, Tom Doran: drums
  • Trumpeter Blue Mitchell, track from his album “Bring it home to Me” recorded January 6th 1966 with Junior Cook: tenor sax, Harold Mabern: piano, Gene Taylor: bass. Billy Higgins: drums
  • Pianist Horace Parlan, track from his album “Speakin’ my Piece” recorded in 1960 with Tommy Turrentine: trumpet, Stanley Turrentine: tenor sax, George Tucker: bass, Al Harewood: drums
  • The Ben Webster special, track 214/520 Ben with Lester, Roy and Dizzy at Carnegie Hall September 17th 1955-Dizzy Gillespie & Roy Eldridge: trumpets, Ben Webster, Lester Young & Flip Phillips: tenor saxes, Sonny Stitt: alto sax, Bill Harris: trombone, Oscar Peterson: piano, Herb Ellis: guitar, Ray Brown: bass, Louis Bellson: drums
  • Trumpeter and on flugelhorn Shorty Rogers, track from his lp “The Swinging Nutcracker” recorded may 3rd 1960 with Conte Candoli: trumpet, Frank Rosolino: trombone, Art Pepper & Bud Shank: alto sax, Bill Perkins, Richie Kamuca & Bill Holman: tenor sax, Chuck Gentry: baritone sax, Pete Jolly: piano, Joe Mondragon: bass, Mel Lewis: drums
  • Composer/arranger Mark Masters, track from the cd “Blue Skylight” recorded in 2017 with Gary Foster: alto sax, Jerry Pinter & Gene Cipriano: tenor sax, Adam Schroeder: baritone sax, Ron Stout: trumpet, Ed Czach: piano, Putter Smith: bass, Kendall Kay: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Stanley Turrentine, track from the lp “Common Touch”  recorded may 10th 1968 with Shirley Scott: organ, Jimmy Ponder: guitar, Bob Cranshaw: electric bass, Idris Muhammad: drums

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

program no. 1157

  • Start my program with bassist Neil Swainson, track from his album “Fire in the West” recorded November 18th 2021 with Renee Rosnes: piano, Lewis Nash: drums, Brad Turner: trumpet, Kelly Jefferson: tenor sax
  • On alto sax and piano you’ll hear Hank Crawford, track from his album “The Soul Clinic” recorded October 7th 1960 with David “Fathead” Newman: tenor sax, Leroy Cooper: baritone sax, Philip Guilbeau: trumpet, Edgar Willis: bass, Bruno Carr: drums
  • The Spike Wilner trio plays Monk and Elligton, recorded janaury 11th 2022, Spike on piano, Peter Washington on bass and drummer Joe Farnsworth
  • Tenor saxophonist David “Fathead” Newman, track from his lp “Straight Ahead” recorded December 21st 1960 with Wynton Kelly: piano, Paul Chambers: bass, Charlie Persip: drums
  • Hammond organist Brian Charette, track from his album “Jackpot” recorded November 4th 2021 with Cory Weeds: tenor sax, Ed Cherry: guitar, Bill Stewart: drums
  • The Ben Webster special, track 212/520, this  week  Ben’s lp “Did You Call??” recorded November 28th 1972 with Tete Montoliu: piano, Eric Peter: bass, Peer Wyboris: drums
  • Pianist Rob van Bavel , track from the cd “Time For Ballads—the Studio Sessions” release date  jan/feb 2023 ( you could order this new cd on Rob’s website—robvanbavel.com) on bass you’ll hear Frans van Geest and on drums Marcel Serierse
  • Tenor saxophonist Stanley Turrentine, track from his lp “Cherry” recorded in 1972 with Milt Jackson: vibes, Bob James: piano, Cornell Dupree: guitar, Ron Carter: bass, Billy Cobham: drums
  • Composer/arranger and on keyboards Don Sebesky, track from the album “Giant Box” recorded in 1973 Freddie Hubbard on trumpet, Grover Washington, Joe Farrell, Paul desmond on saxes, Milt Jackson: vibes, Bob James: piano, Ron Carter: bass, Billy Cobham & Jack DeJohnette: drums, Airto: percussion
  • Alto saxophonist Sonny Stitt, track from his album “Plays Arrangements from the Pen of Quincy Jones” recorded September 30th 1955 with Joe Newman, Thad Jones, Ernie Royal: trumpets, Jimmy Cleveland & J.J. Johnson: trombones, Seldon Powell: tenor sax, Cecil Payne: baritone sax, Hank Jones: piano, Freddie Green: guitar, Oscar Pettiford: bass, Jo Jones: drums, Quincy Jones: composer/arranger
  • Tenor saxophonist Gene Cipriano ( july 13th 1928—november 12th 2022) track from his album “First Time Out”
  • Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon and on trumpet Benny Bailey, track from the steeplechase lp “Revelation” recorded in 1974 with Lars Sjosten: piano, Torbjorn Hultcranz: bass, Jual Curtis: drums