Take 5 Jazz


program no.1139

  • Start my program with tenor saxophonists Arnett Cobb & Eddie Chamblee, track from the lp “Midnight Slows vol.6” recorded may 30th 1976 with Milt Buckner: organ, Panama Francis: drums
  • Jazz at the Cavalcade, track from the lp “Cavalcade 1951/54” recorded February 26th 1954 with Leppe Sundewall: trumpet, Ake Persson: trombone, Arne Domnerus: alto sax, Rolf Blomquist: tenor sax, Gunnar Svensson: piano, Yngve Akerberg: bass, Egil Johansen: drums
  • Saxophonist/pianist Shlomi Goldenberg, track from his new cd “Spiritual Light”
  • The Ben Webster special, track 199/520, this week Ben  with a track from the lp “Big Ben Time”  recorded January 1967 with Alan Haven: organ, Spike Heatley: bass, Tony Crombie: drums
  • Bassist Red Mitchell, track from his album “One Long String” recorded in Paris 1969 with Bobo Stenson: piano, Rune Carlsson: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Stan Getz, track from “Oscar Pettiford in Denmark” recorded October 28th 1959 with Jan Johansson: piano, Oscar Pettiford: bass, Joe Harris: drums-Tivoli Garden , Copenhagen
  • Tenor saxophonist Eddie Chamblee, track from his lp “Doodlin’” recorded in 1958 with Charles Davis: baritone sax, Julian Priester: trombone, Fortunatus “Fip” Ricard: trumpet, Jack Wilson: piano, Robert Wilson: bass, James Slaughter: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Paul Heller, track from his album “TRIO” recorded july 7th 2014 with Ruud Ouwehand: bass, John Engels: drums
  • Vibraphonist Louis Hjulmand, track from “In Denmark” recorded at Montmartre Jazzhus  Copenhagen august 20th 1959 with Jan Johansson: piano, Oscar Pettiford: bass, William Schioppfe: drums
  • Drummer Art Blakey and his Jazz Messengers, track from his lp “Buttercorn Lady” recorded  at the Lighthouse January 1966 with Chuck Mangione: trumpet, Frank Mitchell: tenor sax, Keith Jarrett: piano, Reggie Johnson: bass
  • STEPS-Michael Brecker: tenor saxophone, Don Grolnick: piano, Mike Mainieri: vibraphone, Eddie Gomez: bass, Steve Gadd: drums track from the lp “Step by Step” recorded in 1988

program no. 1138

  • Start my program with the Atlantic Family recorded in 1977 Lew Soloff, Randy Brecker, Don Ellis & Gilman Rathel: trumpets, Barry Rogers & Alan Kaplan: tromboes, Herbie Mann: flute, Roger Ball, Sonny Fortune & Joe Farrell: alto saxes, Molly Duncan, Michael Brecker & Dick Morrissey: tenor saxes,Jaroslav Jakubovic: baritone sax, Roger Ball: synthesizer,  Richard Tee: electric piano, Hamish Stuart, Onnie McIntyre & Jim Mullen: guitars, Alan Gorrie: bass, Steve Ferrone: drums, Sammy Figuroa & Raphael Cruz: percussion
  • The Norman Granz All Stars recorded in Hollywood October 30th 1954 Roy Eldridge & Dizzy Gillespie: trumpets, Bill Harris: trombone, Buddy DeFranco: clarinet, Flip Phillips: tenor sax, Oscar Peterson: piano, Herb Ellis: guitar, Ray Brown: bass, Louis Bellson: drums
  • The Ben Webster special, track 198/520 this week the lp “Live in Esslingen” recorded October 8th 1967 with Benny Bailey: trumpet, Roger Suvrier: alto sax, Ander Faist: trombone, Henri Chaix: piano, Alain Du Bois: guitar, Isla Eckinger: bass, Romano Caviciola: drums
  • Drummer Roy Haynes track from the lp “Americans in Sweden”  recorded October 3rd 1954 with Bjarne Nerem: tenor sax, Sahib Shihab: baritone sax, Ake Person: trombone, Adrian Acia: piano, Joe Benjamin: bass, Roy on drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon track from his lp “Live at the Amsterdam Paradiso” recorded February 5th 1969 with Cees Slinger: piano, Jaques Schols: bass, Han Bennink: drums
  • The Paul Gayten band: recorded in New Orleans 1951, John Hunt: trumpet, Ray Abrams & Sam Butera: tenor sax, Pee Wee Numa Moore: baritone sax, Teddy Brannon: piano, Thomas Legance: bass, Wesley Landis: drums

program no. 1137

  • Start my program with drummer Tony Crombie, track from his  lp “Drums, Drums, Drums” recorded in London 1959 with Ronnie Scott, Tubby Hayes, Stan Tracey
  • Drummer Louis Bellson, track from “Skin Deep”  recorded February 1954 with Don Elliott: trumpet, vibes, bongos, Ralph Martin: piano, Joe Puma: guitar, Bob Peterson: bass
  • Alto saxophonist Art Pepper, track from “Art Pepper meets the Rhythm Section”  recorded January 19th 1957 with Red Garland: piano, Paul Chambers: bass, Philly Joe Jones: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Michael Cheret, track from his album “Caliente” recorded in 2021 with Alfio Origilo: piano, Brice Berrerd: bass, Elvire Jouve: drums
  • Alto saxophonist Bud Shank and on flugelhorn Shorty Rogers track from the lp “California Concert” recorded may 19th 1985 with George Cables: piano, Monty Budwig: bass, Sherman Ferguson: drums
  • The Ben Webster special, track 197/520 Ben with Art Tatum, recorded September 11th 1956 with Red Callender: bass, Bill Douglass: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Harry Allen, track from his cd “Harry Allen plays Ellington Songs” recorded july 28th 1999 with Bill Charlap: piano, Peter Washington: bass, Kenny Washington: drums
  • Pianist Bill Evans, track from “Morning Glory” recorded june 24th 1973 at the Teatro Gran Rex in Buenos Aires with Eddie Gomez: bass, Marty Morell: drums
  • Drummer Butch Miles, track from his album “Straight on till Morning” recorded January 3rd 2003 with Bob Ojeda: trumpet, Bill Porter: trombone, Doug Lawrence: tenor saxophone, Kenny Drew Jr: piano, Lynn Seaton: bass, Frank Wess: tenor sax & flute, Alex Saudargas: classical guitar
  • Tenor saxophonist Gene Cipriano, track from his album “First Time Out” with Tom Ranier: piano, Trey Henry: bass + strings
  • Hammond organist Joey DeFrancesco track from his album “Live at the 5 Spot”  recorded in 1993 Paul Bollenback: guitar, Byron Landham: drums plus special guest Houston Person

program no.1136

  • Start my program with trumpeter Red Rodney and alto saxophonist/clarinetist Herman Schoonderwalt, track from the cd “Scrapple from the Apple” recorded January 12th 1975 with Nico Bunink: piano, Wim Essed: bass, Peter Ypma: drums
  • Pianist Hod O’Brien track from his cd “The Fabulous Hod O”Brien Trio” recorded December 15th 1986 with Harry Emmery: bass, John Engels: drums
  • Tenorist Tubby Hayes, track from his lp “TUBBS” recorded march 21st 1961 with Terry Shannon: piano, Jeff Clyne: bass, Bill Eyden: drums
  • Tenorist Ferdinand Povel. Track from his cd “Some other Blues”  recorded November 5th 1988 with Wim Overgaauw: guitar, Rob Langereis: bass, John Engels: drums
  • The Ben Webster special, track 196/520, this week Ben’s lp “Valentine’s Day 1964” with Dave Frishberg: piano, Richard Davis: bass, Grady Tate: drums
  • Vibraphonist Dave Samuels, track from his cd “Tjaderized” recorded in 1998 with Alain Mallet: accordion, Steve Khan: guitar, John Benitez: bass, Karl Perazzo: percussion, Horacio “El Negro” Hernandez: drums
  • Pianist Tsuyoshi Yamamoto, track from his lp “Misty for Direct Cutting” recorded February 2021 with Hiroshi Kagawa: bass, Toshio Osumi: drums
  • The Fletcher Henderson Big Band with Coleman Hawkins on tenor sax, recorded November 4th 1927
  • Trombonist/bandleader Demetrios Kastaris, track from his album “Trombon Con Sazon” recorded in 1998
  • One a the finest latin groups in the Netherlands Massada with Johnny Manuhutu, Rudy de Queljoe, Jan Jermias, Freddy Anindjola, Jopie Manuhutu, James Sabandar, Daniel Bloem Beretty, Alvin Manuhuwa, Nippy Noya

program no. 1135

  • Start my program with tenor saxophonist Klas Toresson, track from his cd “Fundamentals” recorded January 22nd 2022 with Leo Lindberg: piano, Kenji Rabson: bass, Moussa Fadera: drums
  • Guitarist Mart Soo track from his cd “KULGIII” recorded  October 2021 with Tuuli Velling: vocals, Raun Juurikas: keys, Taavo Remmel: bass, Brian Melvin: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist George Coleman, track from the cd “On Green Dolphin Street” recorded live at Jazz Club Hot House in Leiden april 9th 1974 with Rob Agerbeek: piano, Rob Langereis: bass, Eric Ineke: drums
  • Tenor saxophonists Michael Cheret & Scott Hamilton, track from “French Song” recorded in 2021 with Olivier Truchot: piano, Cedric Caillaud: bass, Andrea Michelutti: drums
  • The Ben Webster special, track 195/520, this week “The Big Sid Catlett Quartet” recorded march 25th 1944 with Ben on tenor, Marlowe Morris: piano, John Simmons: bass, Big Sid on drums
  • Pianist Carole Nelson, track from her cd “Night Vision” recorded in 2021 with Cormac O’Brien: bass, Dominic Mullan: drums
  • Marhid=Sergio Hidalgo: keys, David Margam: guitar and special guest the Italian saxophonist Gianni Vanci
  • On of the best vibe solos  I’ve ever heard, it’s just Milt Jackson (plus at the end the rest of the M.J.Q.)
  • Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon, track from the SteepleChase recording “Soul Sister” recorded February 24th 1963 in Copenhagen with Bent Axen: piano, Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen: bass, William Schiopffe: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Curtis Amy, track from the Mosaic Box recorded in 1960 with Roy Brewster: trombone, Paul Bryant: organ, Clarence Jones: bass, Jimmy Miller: drums

program no.1134

  • Start my program with guitarist Iago Banet ( Swingtonnatiques), track from the cd “Pin-Ball Swing” with Cabe Garcia: guitars, Anxo Fersua: bass, Juan Padin: vocals, Roberto Grandal: accordion ( 2 tracks from this cd)
  • Guitarist Rene Thomas, track from his cd “Guitar Genius” with Henk Haverhoek: bass, Eric Ineke: drums  recorded in Utrecht 1972
  • Drummer Eric Ineke, 3 tracks from his new cd “Swinging, Boppin’and Burnin””with Jimmy and Doug Raney: guitars, Ruud Brink: tenor sax, Jesper Lundgard: bass, the second track Eric with Pepper Adams: baritone sax, Rob McConnell:valve trombone, Piet Noordijk: alto sax, Rein de Graaff: piano, Koos Serierse: bass, third track you’ll hear Eric with a trio Frans Elsen: piano, Jacques Schols: bass, recordings from 1982 and track 3 from 1989
  • Drummer Reinhardt Winkler, track from his cd “Let’s Face the Music” recorded in 2021 with Harry Allen: tenor sax, Wolfgang Puschnig: alto sax, Simone Kopmajer: vocals, John Di Martino: piano, Boris Kozlov: bass
  • Tenor saxophonist Charlie Ventura, track from his EP “Duke Ellington for Dancing” recorded june 10th 1953
  • The Ben Webster special, track 194/520 this week “Ben live at Stampen Stockholm” recorded august 13th 1969 with Lasse Sjosten: piano, Sture Nordin: bass, Frederik Noren: drums, Rolf  Ericson: trumpet
  • Big band from Arranger/conductor Gerald Wilson, track from his lp “Moment of Truth” recorded august 27th 1962 with Lou Blackburn: trombone, Carmell Jones & Al Porcino: trumpet, Joe Maine: alto sax, Bud Shank: alto sax & flute, Teddy Edwards & Harold Land: tenor sax, Jack Nimitz: baritone sax, Jack Wilson: piano, Joe Pass; guitar, Jimmy Bond: bass, Mel Lewis: drums

program no.1133

  • Start my program with bassist Don Bagley, track from his lp “Jazz on the Rocks” recorded in may 1958 with Eddie Costa: piano & vibes, Charlie Persip: drums, Phil Woods: alto sax, Sal Salvador: guitar
  • Tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins, track from the lp “Sirius” recorded December 20th 1966 with Barry Harris: piano, Bob Cranshaw: bass, Eddie Locke: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Jesse Powell, track from his lp “Blow Man Blow” recorded in 1959, Eddie Williams: trumpet, Oscar Dennard: piano, Peck Morrison: bass, Wilbur Hogan: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Eddie Chamblee, track from his lp “The Rocking tenor sax of Eddie Chamblee”  recorded February 24th 1964 with Dayton Seby: organ, Al Griffin: drums
  • Baritone saxophonist Lars Gullin, track from his lp “Lars Gullin with Strings” recorded march 30th 1964 with Rolf Billberg: alto sax, Nils Lindberg: piano, Bjorn Alke: bass, Jan Carlsson: drums
  • The Ben Webster special, track 193/520, this week Ben meets Piet Noordijk  “Johnny come Lately” recorded February 3rd 1973 with Irv Rochlin: piano, Rob Langereis: bass, Tony Inzalaco: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Buddy Tate meets Dollar Brand, track from the cd “The Legendary 1977 Encounter”  with Cecil McBee: bass, Roy Brooks: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander, track from his cd “Gentle Ballads 6” recorded june 11th 2021 with John Di Martino: piano, Dezron Douglas: bass, Willie Jones III: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Grant Stewart, track from his cd “The Lighting of the Lamps” recorded November 5th 2021 with Bruce Harris: trumpet, Tardo Hammer: piano, David Wong: bass, Phil Stewart: drums
  • The Montreux Summit, recorded july 24th 1977 Stan Getz: tenor sax, Woody Shaw: trumpet, Janne Schaffer: guitar, Billy Cobham: drums (soloists)plus Alphonso Johnson: bass, Eric Gale & Steve Khan: guitars, Ralph MacDonald: percussion, Dexter Gordon: tenor sax,  George Duke :piano, Maynard Ferguson: trumpet