Take 5 Jazz



  • My first track in this program is  with arranger/conductor Harry South track from his album “Further South” Broadcast recordings 1960-1967 now you’ll hear Georgie Fame(vocals) with  the Harry South Big Band with Tubby Hayes on tenor sax recorded October 4th 1966, a 4 cd box on    R & B Records
  • Tenor saxophonist Sonny Stitt track from the lp “My Mother’s Eyes” recorded in 1963 with Charles Kynard: organ, Ray Crawford: guitar, Doug Sides: drums
  • Drummer/percussionist and vibes and marimba Ruslan Moiseev track from his new album “Classica Neo”
  • Tenor saxophonist Ronnie Scott, track from the album “BBC Jazz Club 1964-1966( also on R & B Records) Free  Trade Hall, Manchester june 6th 1964 with Stan Tracey: piano, Malcolm Cecil: bass, Jackie Dougan: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Don Wilkerson, 2 tracks from his lp “Preach Brother” recorded june 18th 1962 with Grant Green: guitar, Sonny Clark: piano, Butch Warren: bass, Billy Higgins: drums(special request!!)
  • The Ben Webster special track 118/520, his lp “My Man” Live at Montmartre 1973 on Steeplechase with Ole Kock Hansen: piano, Bo Stief: bass, Alex Riel: drums
  • The Harry South Big Band track from his 4 cd box on R & B Records “Further South”  recorded march 16th 1965 with Tubby Hayes, Phil Seamen, Ronnie Scott, Terry Shannon,Alan Branscombe, Roy Willox……
  • The Caribbean Jazz Project track from “The Gathering”  recorded june 2002 with Dave Samuels: vibes and marimba, Dave Valentin: flute, Dario Eskenazi: piano, Ruben Rodriguez: bass, Dafnis Prieto: drums, Richie Flores: percussion,Paquito D’Rivera: alto sax
  • Tenor saxophonist George Coleman  track from his album “Blue Insight Out” recorded in 1995 live at the Ronnie Scott’s Club with Peter King: alto sax,Julian Joseph: piano, Dave Green: bass, Mark Taylor: drums
  • The Dutch Blues band “Brainbox” recorded in 1969 with Jan Akkerman: guitars, Andre Reynen: bass, Pierre van der Linden: drums, Kaz Lux: vocals


  • My first track in this program is  from tenor saxophonist Tubby Hayes , you´ll hear a track from “Dancing in the Dark”  The Dancing Slipper Ballroom, Nottingham, February 12th 1964 with Jimmy Deuchar: trumpet, mellephonium, Terry Shannon: piano, Freddy Logan: bass, Allan Ganley:drums
  • Drummer Phil Seamen with Jack Parnell and his orchestra with Derek Humble: alto sax,Ronnie Scott & Peter King: tenor sax,  recorded October 28th 1952
  • Tenor saxophonist Dick Morrissey track from his lp “It’s Morrissey, Man!!” recorded april 27th 1961 with Stan Jones: piano, Malcolm Cecil: bass, Colin Barnes: drums
  • Tenorist Ronnie Scott track from “Compos Mentos”  recorded april 28th 1954  with Victor Feldman: piano, Lennie Bush: bass, Tony  Crombie: drums
  • On trumpet and Flugelhorn you’ll hear Linley Hamilton track from his new  album  “For the Record” on Teddy D Records with Derek O’Connor: tenor sax, Cian Boylan: piano, Mark Egan: bass, Adam Nussbaum: drums
  • Another trumpet player is Jimmy Deuchar track from his lp “Pal Jimmy” recorded in 1958 with Tubby Hayes on tenor and baritone sax(on this track Tubby is featured on baritone sax), Harry South: piano, Kenny Napper: bass, Phil Seamen: drums
  • On piano you’ll hear Gediminas Karkauskas , track from his solo album “Lost Suite”on Teddy D /OffPitcHrecords
  • The Ben Webster special track 117/520 now his album “Tenor Titans” with Dexter Gordon recorded july 1969 Kenny Drew: piano, Niels H.O. Pedersen: bass, Bjarne Rostvold: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Sam “The Man” Taylor track from his lp “Music for Melancholy Babies” recorded in 1957
  • Two tenorists now:  Azar Lawrence & Al McLean track from “Frontiers” on Cellar Live Records recorded march 3rd  2015 with Paul Shrofel: piano, Adrian Vedady: bass, Greg Richie: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Jimmy “The Nighttrain” Forrest track from his album “Sit Down and Relax” recorded September 1st 1961 with Calvin Newborn: guitar, Hugh Lawson: piano, Tommy Potter: bass, Clarendon Johnston: drums


  • My first track in this program is from tenorist Spike Robinson, a track from his album “London Reprise” recorded in 1984 with Martin Taylor: guitar, Dave Green: bass, Spike Wells: drums
  • Pianist Cees Slinger track from “Live at North Sea Jazz Festival”  recorded in 1982 with Fred Pronk: bass, Peter Ypma: drums, Dusko Goykovich: trumpet, flugelhorn, Ferdinand Povel: alto & soprano sax, Ruud Brink: tenor sax, Cees Smal: valve trombone, Herman Schoonderwalt: baritone sax
  • Tenor saxophonist Clarence Wheeler track from his album “The New Chicago Blues” recorded in 1972 with Sonny Covington: trumpet, Larry Frazier: guitar, Sonny Burke: organ,piano, Louis Satterfield: bass, Billy James: drums + special guests Buddy Guy: guitar & Junior Wells: harmonica
  • Tenorist Houston Person track from “Big Horn” recorded may 20th 1976 with Cedar Walton: piano, Buster Williams: bass, Grady Tate: drums, Buddy Caldwell: congas
  • Saxophonist Don Rendell and on trumpet Ian Carr track from the album “BBC Jazz Club 1965/1966” with Michael Garrick: piano, Dave Green: bass, Trevor Tomkins: drums
  • Tenorist  Yongseok Lee track from “Shall We” recorded in 2015 with Eric Alexander: tenor sax, David Hazeltine: piano, John Webber: bass, Joe Farnsworth: drums
  • The Ben Webster special track 116/520 now you’ll hear the album “My Man” on Steeplechase recorded in 1973 with Ole Kock Hansen: piano, Bo Stief: bass, Alex Riel: drums
  • Vibraphonist Cal Tjader track from his lp “Cal Tjader’s Latin Concert” recorded at the Blackhawk San Francisco, September 1958 with Vince Guaraldi: piano, Al McKibbon: bass, Mongo Santamaria: congas, Willie Bobo: drums & timbales
  • Tenor saxophonist Roman Schwaller  track from his album “Live in Vienna” recorded at Opus One, Wien January 20th 1987 with Roberto di Gioia: piano, Thomas Stabenow: bass, Mel Lewis: drums
  • Alto saxophonist Ian Hendrickson-Smith  track from his lp “The Lowdown” recorded nov 3rd 2019 with Cory Weeds: tenor sax, Rick Germanson: piano, John Webber: bass, Joe Farnsworth: drums
  • The last track is for The Jazzmasters All Stars recorded in Burghausen march 14th 2013 Jon Faddis: trumpet, Claus Reichstaller: trumpet, flugelhorn, Nathan Davis: soprano and tenor sax, Benny Golson: tenor sax, George Cables: piano, Abraham Laboriel: 5 string electric bass, Dennis Mackrel: drums


  • My first track in this program is from tenor saxophonist Greg Piccolo, track from his album “Hommage”  recorded in 2001 with Reece Wyands: organ & piano, Marty Ballou: bass, Bobby  Ruggerio: drums
  • Baritone saxophonist Rik van den Bergh  track from his cd “Reserge” tribute to the great baritone saxophonist Serge Chaloff  recorded in 2007 with Marco Kegel & Jan Smit: alto sax, Simon Rigter & Sjoerd Dijkhuizen: tenor sax,Eric Doelman: piano, Frans van Geest: bass, Gijs Dijkhuizen: drums
  • Pianist Masahiko Satoh, track from “Double Exposure” recorded june 3rd 1988 with Eddie Gomez: bass, Steve Gadd: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Tubby Hayes, track from his lp “Tubby’s New Groove” recorded in London, December 1959 with Terry Shannon: piano, Jeff Clyne: bass, Phil Seamen: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Roman Schwaller track from “Live in Vienna” recorded im Opus Wien January 20th 1987 with Roberto Di Gioia: piano, Thomas Stabenow: bass, Mel Lewis: drums
  • The Ben Webster special, track 115/520, now his lp “At the Renaissance” recorded October 10th 1960 with Jimmy Rowles: piano, Jim Hall: guitar, Red Mitchell:  bass, Frank Butler: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Harry Verbeke with Carlo de Wijs: hammond organ track from his recording  “Mo de Bo” recorded june 16th 1985 with Hein v.d. Geyn: bass, Arnoud Gerritse: drums
  • The Brooklyn Sessions with Marko Churnchetz: piano, Joris Teepe: bass, Billy Hart: drums  recorded January 11th 2019
  • Drummer Brian Melvin track from his new cd “As it Is” recorded live at Philly Joe’s Club Tallinn, Estonia January 31st 2020 with Alexander Paal: saxes, Mart Soo: guitar, Taavo Remmel: bass
  • Tenor saxophonist Hidehiko Matsumoto track from his lp “This is Blues” recorded in 1968 with Ushio Sakai: organ, Kimio Koizumi: bass, Masatsuka Nagashiba: drums
  • Bassist Koos Wiltenburg  track from his cd “What a wonderful day for the blues”  recorded in 2008 with Eef Albers: guitars, Leo Janssen: saxes, clarinet, Arno van Nieuwenhuize: drums


  • My first track in this program is from vibraphonist  Milt Jackson recorded in march 22nd 1976 track from  “At the Kosei  Nenkin vol.2 Centerpiece” with Teddy Edwards: tenor sax, Cedar Walton: piano, Ray Brown: bass, Billy Higgins: drums
  • Alto saxophonist Joe Harriott  track from “Partying with Joe” recorded in 1956 with Johnny Wees: piano, Major Holly: bass, Phil Seamen: drums
  • Cleo Laine: vocals with Dave Lee: piano, Eric Dawson: bass, Kenny Clare: drums recorded in 1958
  • Pianist Gediminas Karkauskas track from his cd “Lost Suite” recorded in 2019 (released by Teddy D Promotions—Off PitcH records)
  • Tenor saxophonist Lew Tabackin  track from “In a sentimental Mood” Lew and his Tokyo Friends Tsuyoshi Yamamoto: piano, Yoshio  “Chin” Suzuki: bass, Jimmie Smith: drums  recorded October 2nd 1996
  • The Ben Webster special track 114/520 now his album “Ben Webster in Norway” recorded in 1970 with Tore Sandnaes: piano, Bjorn Alterhaug: bass, Kjell Johansen: drums
  • Baritone saxophonist Ronnie Ross track from his album “Ronnie Ross goes Dutch” recorded October 7th 1977 with Rob Agerbeek: piano, Roger Cooke: bass, Eric Ineke: drums
  • Pianist Dolo Coker track from his album ”California Hard” recorded December 27th 1976 with Blue Mitchell: trumpet, Art Pepper: alto & tenor sax, Leroy Vinnegar: bass, Frank Butler: drums
  • Three tenor saxophonists Arnett Cobb, Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis & Johnny Griffin recorded  march 29th 1984 with Horace Parlan: piano, Jimmy Woode: bass, Butch Miles: drums
  • Hammond organist Richard “Groove” Holmes track from “International Jazz Festival Amsterdam” recorded September 29th 1985 with Willis “Gatortail” Jackson: tenor sax, Perry Hughes: guitar, John Marvin: drums


  • My first track in this program is from tenor saxophonist Willis “Gatortail” Jackson track from his lp  “The Good Life” recorded may 23rd 1963 with Frank Robinson: trumpet, Carl Wilson:  organ, Pat Martino: guitar, Leonard Gaskin: bass, Joe Hadrick: drums
  • The Melody Maker All Stars 1958/59 Tubby Hayes: tenor sax, Ronnie Ross: baritone sax, Bill LeSage: vibes, Dave Goldberg: guitar, Johnny Hawksworth: bass, Allan Ganley: drums
  • Pianist Elmo Hope track from “Sounds from Rikers Island” recorded august 19th 1963 with Freddie Douglas: sax, John Gilmore: tenor, Lawrence Jackson: trumpet, Ronald Boykins: bass, Philly Joe Jones: drums
  • Baritone saxophonist Ronnie Ross and Bill LeSage: vibes  with Spike Heatley: bass, Tony Carr: drums  recorded march 22nd 1965 track from  “Wardour Street Waltz”
  • Harmonica player Hermine Deurloo track from the album “Riverbeast” with Kevin Hayes: piano, Tony Scherr: bass, Steve Gadd: drums  recorded feb 2019
  • Vibraphonist Bill LeSage track from his album “Directions in Jazz”  recorded in London april 29th 1964 with Johnny Scott: flute and alto sax, Bob Burns: clarinet & alto sax, Ronnie Ross: baritone sax, Spike Heatley: bass, Tony Carr: drums + 4 cello’s
  • HOT(Het Orgel Trio) track from “Reflections of Duke”  recorded in 2019 Stven Kamperman: alto & b-flat clarinet, Berry van Berkum: pipe organ, Dion Nijland: bass, Ruben Drenth: trumpet, Joost Buis: trombone
  • The Bill LeSage(vibes) and Ronnie Ross(baritone sax) Quartet with Spike Heatley: bass, Allan Ganley: drums recorded in London april 1963
  • On trumpet you’ll hear Linley Hamilton track from his album “Making other Arrangements” with Cian Boylan and the Camden Orchestra recorded in 2018
  • The Ben Webster special track 113/520 now Benny Moten’s Kansas City  Orchestra recorded December 13th 1932 with Hot Lips Page, Count Basie
  • Drummer Brian Melvin track from his album “Standards Zone” recorded in 1987 with Jaco Pastorius on bass and Jon Davis : piano
  • Tenor saxophonist Arnett Cobb “Live at Jazzhuis “de Spiegel”  recorded november 13th 1982 with Rein de Graaff: piano, Jaques Schols: bass, John Engels; drums