Take 5 Jazz


No 1097

  • I’ll start my program with tenor saxophonist Carl Drevo, track from “Clap Hands  here Comes Charlie” recorded in 1961 Francy Boland: piano, Jean Warland: bass, Joe Harris: drums, Chris Kellens, Raymond Droz & Otto Bredl: trombones
  • Pianist Francy Boland , track from “Playing with the Trio” recorded February 18th 1967 with Jimmy Woode: bass, Kenny Clarke: drums
  • Jazz of the 80’s (Aurex Jazz Festival 80) recorded live at Budokan September 2nd 1980 Tenor saxes: Joe Farrell, Joe Henderson & Michael Brecker, Trumpets: Randy Brecker & Freddie Hubbard, Guitar: Robben Ford, Keyboards: George Duke, Bass: Alphonso Johnson, Drums: Peter Erskine
  • The Lionel Hampton All Star Big Band, recorded live in Budokan 1981 with special guest Woody Herman on clarinet
  • Pianist(on Fender Rhodes) Frans Elsen track from “Norway” with Ferdinand Povel on tenor, Eddie Engels: trumpet, Wim Overgaauw: guitar, Rob Langereis: bass, Eric Ineke: drums, Wim van der Beek: percussion
  • The Ben Webster special, track 158/520 now Ben with Buck Clayton at Café Samson, Antwerp june 16th 1967 with Camille de Ceunynck: piano, Tony Vaes: bass, Charlie Pauwels: drums
  • The Kenny Clarke-Francy Boland Big Band track from “Now hear our meanin’the complete 1963 recordings” with Derek Humble: alto sax, Billy Mitchell, Ronnie Scott & Carl Drevo: tenor saxes, Sahib Shihab: baritone sax ,Benny Bailey, Jimmy Deuchar, Idrees Sulieman: trumpets, Joe Harris: Tympani, Jimmy Woode: bass
  • The All Star Jam Sessions(Aurex Jazz Festival) recorded at Osaka Festival Hall September 3rd 1981 with Milt Jackson: vibes, Freddie Hubbard: trumpet, Bob Brookmeyer: trombone, Gerry Mulligan: baritone sax, Stan Getz: tenor sax, Roland Hanna: piano, Ray Brown: bass, Art Blakey: drums
  • The Michel Petrucciani Sextet live at N.S.J.F.  recorded july 10th 1998 with M.P. on piano, Anthony Jackson: bass guitar, Steve Gadd: drums, Flavio Boltro: trumpet, Stefano Di Battista: alto & soprano sax, Denis Leloup: trombone
  • Alto & Tenor saxophonist Oliver Nelson, track from his album “Nocturne” recorded august 23rd 1960 with Lem Winchester: vibes, Richard Wyands: piano, George Duvivier: bass, Roy Haynes: drums
  • Vibraphonist Cal Tjader track from his lp “Warm Wave” recorded may 8th 1964 with the Claus Ogerman Orchestra

No. 1096

  • I’ll’ start my program with tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins  track from “Hollywood Stampede” recorded February 23- 1945 with Howard McGhee: trumpet, Sir Charles Thompson: piano, Allan Reus: guitar, Oscar Pettiford: bass, Denzil Best: drums
  • Tenorist Charlie Ventura track from his album “Chazz 77” with Urbie green & George Masso: trombones, Warren Vache: trumpet, John Bunch: piano, Milt Hinton: bass, Mousey Alexander: drums
  • The Fusion Super Jam( Aurex Jazz Festival) live at Budokan march 3rd 1981 Dave Liebman: saxes, Hubert Laws: flute, Larry Coryell & Eric Gale: guitars, Richard Tee: keyboards, Tony Dumas: electric bass, Leon “Ndugu” Chancler: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Georgie Auld with a track from his album “Sax Gone Latin” recorded in 1958 on Capitol Records with vocals from the Jud Conlon Rhythmaires
  • The Ben Webster special track 157/520 now his lp “Live in Hilversum” recorded in 1970 with Cees Slinger: piano, Rob Langereis: bass, John Engels: drums
  • Clarinetist Benny Goodman track from “King of Swing” Aurex Jazz Festival 1980 with Dick Nash & Tony Terran: trumpets, Eddie Duran: guitar, Teddy Wilson: piano, Al Obidenski: bass, John Markham: drums
  • On flute,bass clarinet and alto sax Eric Dolphy track from the lp “Last Date” recorded in Hilversum on june 2nd 1964 with Misha Mengelberg: piano, Jaques Schols: bass, Han Bennink: drums
  • Alto saxophonist Johnny Dankworth meets tenor saxophonist Danny Moss track from “About 42 years later….” With John Horler: piano, Danny Moss Jr: bass, Allan Ganley: drums recorded November 28th 2006 in Basingstoke
  • Trio from pianist Lennie Felix track from Piano Moods” recorded july 8th 1957 with bassist Brian Brocklehurst and on drums the one and only Phil Seamen
  • Drummer Reinhardt Winkler track from his cd “Let’s face the Music” recorded in 2020 with Harry Allen: tenor sax, Wolfgang Puschnig: alto sax, John Di Martino: piano, Boris Kozlov: bass
  • The Paris All Stars recorded june 15th 1989 at LA Grande Halle- La Villete Paris with Dizzy Gillespie: trumpet, Stan Getz: tenor sax, Jackie McLean & Phil Woods: alto sax, Milt Jackson: vibes, Hank Jones: piano, Percy Heath: bass, Max Roach: drums


  • I’ll start my program with Miles Davis, track from “Birth of the Cool” recorded live at the Royal Rooster, New York September 4th  1948
  • Tenor saxophonist Jack Sels, track from “Bongo Jazz” recorded in 1959 with Lucky Thompson on tenor, Ado Broodboom: trumpet, Fats Sadi: vibes, Jean Fanis: piano, Benoit Quersin: bass, Rudy Frankel: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Georgie Auld, track from the lp “Tenderley” recorded in 1952
  • Pianist Francy Boland & drummer Kenny Clarke, track from Changes of Scenes” recorded June 14th 1971 with special guest tenorist Stan Getz
  • Jan van Duinkerken on trumpet with a track from his cd “Short Stories” recorded august 31st 2020 with Karel Boehlee: piano, Aram Kersbergen: bass, John Engels: drums + Metropole Orchestra Strings
  • Drummer Reinhardt Winkler track from his cd “Let’s face the Music” recorded in 2020 with Harry Allen: tenor sax, Wolfgang Puschnig: alto sax, John Di Martino: piano, Boris Kozlov: bass, Simone Kopmajer: vocals
  • The Ben Webster special, track 156/520, this week “Live at the Jazzhus, Montmartre, vol.1” recorded January 30th 1965 with Kenny Drew: piano, Niels H.O. Pedersen: bass, Alex Riel: drums
  • On alto/soprano sax you’ll hear  Kika Sprangers track from her new cd “No Man’s Land” recorded November 22nd 2020 with Wolfert Brederode: piano, Thomas Pol: bass, Jasper van Hulten: drums + strings
  • Tenor saxophonist Charlie Ventura track from his lp “Charlie Ventura plays Duke Ellington for Dancing”  recorded June 10th 1953
  • Saxophonist Lucas Figueireido Santana with a track from his new cd “Reflections”  recorded in 2020
  • Alto saxophonist Sadao Watanabe track from his album “At Pit Inn” recorded December 24th 1974 with Cedar Walton: piano, Sam Jones: bass, Billy Higgins: drums

No. 1094

  • I’ll’ start my program with tenor saxophonist Georgie Auld, track from “Good enough to Keep” recorded in 1960 with Don Fagerquist: trumpet, Larry Bunker: vibes, Howard Roberts: guitar, Lou Levy: piano, Leroy Vinnegar: bass, Mel Lewis: drums
  • Pianist Bill Evans with a track from “Explorations” recorded February 2nd 1961 with Scott LaFaro: bass, Paul Motian: drums
  • Pianist Junior Mance ,featuring tenor saxophonist Johnny Griffin recorded in Nuremberg may 17th 1996 with Jimmy Woode: bass, Wolfgang Haffner: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Hans Dulfer and drummer Cyriel Directie track from “DUO” recorded in 2018
  • Drummer Shelly Manne track from “West Coast Jazz in England” recorded march 12th 1960 with Joe Gordon: trumpet, Richie Kamuca: tenor sax, Russ Freeman: piano, Monty Budwig: bass
  • The Ben Webster special, track 155/520 J.A.T.P. live at Carnegie Hall September 12th 1955 with Roy Eldridge & Dizzy Gillespie: trumpets, Ben, Lester Young & Flip Phillips: tenor sax, Sonny Stitt: alto sax, Bill Harris: trombone, Oscar Peterson: piano, Herb Ellis: guitar, Ray Brown: bass, Louis Bellson: drums
  • Guitarist Rene Thomas track from “Guitar Groove” recorded September 7th 1960 with J.R. Monterose: tenor sax, Hod O’ Brien: piano, Teddy Kotick: bass, Albert “Tootie” Heath: drums
  • Pianist Horace Silver track from “The Stylings of Silver” recorded may 8th 1957 with Art Farmer: trumpet, Hank Mobley: tenor sax, Teddy Kotick: bass, Louis Hayes: drums
  • Jimmy Witherspoon on vocals track from his lp “Roots” recorded in 1962 with Ben Webster on tenor sax, Gerald Wilson: trumpet, Ernie Freeman: piano, Ralph Hamilton: bass, Jim Miller: drums
  • Alto saxophonist/bass clarinet and flute Eric Dolphy track from his lp “Outward Bound” recorded December 21st 1960 with Freddie Hubbard: trumpet, Jaki Byard: piano, George Tucker: bass, Roy Haynes: drums


  • I’ll’ start my program with tenor saxophonist Boots Randolph, track from “Boots” recorded in 1990
  • Tenor and Soprano saxophonist Ben van den Dungen track from his new cd “Live at Lux and Tivoli” recorded 2020/2021 with Miguel Rodriguez: piano, Marius Beets: bass, Eric Ineke / Gijs Dijkhuizen: drums
  • Pianist Franck Amsallem, track from “Gotham Goodbye” recorded October 15th 2018 with Irving Acao: tenor sax, Victor Nyberg: bass, Gautier Garrigue: drums
  • Drummer Gerry Gibbs , track from “Songs from my father” recorded 2020 / 2021 with Kenny Barron: piano, Buster Williams: bass
  • Pianist Duke Ellington (quartet) recorded in Chicago june 24th 1958 with Paul Gonsalves: tenor sax, Jimmy Woode: bass, Sam Woodyard: drums
  • Pianist Duke Jordan , track from his Savoy recording “Trio & Quintet” recorded November 20th 1955 with Percy Heath: bass, Art Blakey: drums, Eddie Bert: trombone, Cecil Payne: baritone sax
  • The Ben Webster special, track 154/520 “Ben Webster live in Vienna 1972” with local musicans, may 12th 1972
  • Alto saxophonist Maceo Parker, track from “Southern Exposure” recorded in 1993 with Fred Wesley: trombone, Pee Wee Ellis: tenor sax, Rodney Jones: guitar, Will Boulware: Hammond B3, Bill Stewart: drums
  • The Montreux Summit recorded july 24th 1977 with Steve Khan, Dexter Gordon, Stan Getz, Maynard Ferguson, Woody Shaw, Ralph MacDonald ,Billy Cobham, Eric Gale(soloists in this track!!)
  • Alto and tenor saxophonist Oliver Nelson, track from his lp “Blues and the Abstract Truth” recorded February 23rd 1963 with Eric Dolpy: alto sax & flute, Freddie Hubbard: trumpet, George Barrow: baritone sax, Bill Evans: piano, Paul Chambers: bass, Roy Haynes: drums


  • I’ll’ start my program with tenor saxophonist Dick Morrissey track from “At the BBC 1967” Harry South: piano, Phil Bates: bass, Bill Eyden: drums recorded: june 11th 1967
  • Drummer Art Blakey track from “Live at the Sweet Basil-Farewell” recorded march 1985 Terence Blanchard: trumpet, Donald Harrison: alto sax, Jean Toussaint: tenor sax, Mulgrew Miller: piano, Lonnie Plaxico: bass, Tim Williams: trombone
  • Pianist Hod O’Brien track from his album “I Hear a Rhapsody” recorded at the Bimhuis Amsterdam October 2nd 1987 with Ted Brown: tenor sax, Jacques Schols: bass, John Engels: drums
  • Tenorist  Klaus Doldinger “25th Anniversary Concert”,  Christian Schulze: keyboards, Wolfgang Schmidt: bass, Curt Cress: drums
  • Pianist Duke Ellington with tenor saxophonist John Coltrane recorded September 26th 1962 with Aaron Bell: bass, Elvin Jones: drums
  • The Ben Webster special track 153/520 now his lp “Saturday night at the Montmartre” recorded January 30th 1965 with Kenny Drew: piano, Niels H.O. Pedersen: bass, Alex Riel: drums
  • Pianist Franck Amsalem track from his album “Years gone by” recorded in 1998 with Tim Ries: saxes, Riccardo Del Fra: bass, Daniel Humair: drums
  • The Conrad Miller Trio track from “Con Alma” recorded may 2019 Coen Molenaar: piano, David De Marez Oyens: bass, Enrique Firpi: drums
  • Jazz at the Philharmonic track from the cd “Live in Amsterdam” release from “Nederlands Jazz Archief”  recorded November 19th 1960 Coleman Hawkins & Don Byas: tenor sax,Benny Carter: alto sax, Roy Eldridge: trumpet, Lalo Schifrin: piano, Art Davis: bass, Jo Jones: drums
  • Arranger/Composer Dick Bakker with a track from his lp “Soft Melodies” recorded October 6th 1975 with Rob Franken: fender Rhodes, Rob Langereis: bass, Bruno Castelucci: drums, Wim Overgaauw & Peter Niewerf: guitars, Carl Schulze: vibes, Toots Thielemans: harmonica, Piet Noordijk: alto sax