Take 5 Jazz

Shows:

No.1045

  • My first track in this program is Chet Baker track from his album “You can’t go home again” recorded may 13th  1977 with Michael Brecker: tenor sax, Richie Beirach: keyboards, John Scofield: guitar, Ron Carter: bass, Alphonso Johnson: el.bass, Tony Williams: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Paul Gonsalves track from his lp “Tell it the way it is” recorded September 4th 1963 with Johnny Hodges: alto sax, Rolf Ericson: trumpet, Ray Nance: cornet, Walter Bishop Jr: piano, Ernie Shepard: bass, Osie Johnson: drums
  • Drummer Art Blakey  track from his album “At Club Saint Germain” recorded December 21st 1958 with Lee Morgan: trumpet, Benny Golson: tenor sax, Bobby Timmons: piano, Jimmie Merritt: bass
  • The Ben Webster special track 106/520 track from Illinois Jaquet’s  lp “The Kid and the Brute” recorded December 13th 1954 Ben and Illinois on tenor sax,John Acea: piano, Al Lucas: bass, Osie Johnson: drums, Chino Pozo: percussion
  • The Norman Granz Jam Sessions  recorded august 18th 1953 with Harry “Sweets” Edison: trumpet, Buddy DeFranco: clarinet, Benny Carter & Willie Smith: alto sax, Stan Getz & Wardell Gray: tenor sax, Count Basie: organ, Freddie Green: guitar, John Simmons: bass, Buddy Rich: drums

No.1044

  • My first track in this program is from tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton  track from his new cd “Live at Museo Piaggo”  with Paolo Birro: piano, Aldo Zunino: bass, Alfred Kramer: drums
  • Two tracks from tenorist Tubby Hayes  track from his album “Live in London” recorded in 1964 with Jimmy Deuchar: trumpet, Terry Shannon: piano, Freddie Logan: bass, Allan Ganley: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon two tracks from “The Complete Hamburg Concert” recorded in 1974 with Herb Geller: alto sax, Slide Hampton: trombone, Dusko Goykovich: trumpet, Horace Parlan: piano, Tony Inzalaco: drums
  • Tenorist Sleepy Matsumoto  track from “Papilon” recorded june3 1992 with Randy Brecker: trumpet, David Spinozza: guitar, Anthony Jackson: bass, Steve Gadd: drums, Sammy Figuroa: percussion
  • The Ben Webster special track 105/520 now his lp “The Complete Ben Webster on EmArcy” recorded October 27th 1951 with Jay McShann and his orchestra
  • Billie Holiday track from her lp “Songs for Distingue Lovers” recorded January 1957 with Harry “Sweets” Edison: trumpet, Ben Webster: tenor sax, Jimmy Rowles: piano, Barney Kessel: guitar, Red Mitchell: bass, Larry Bunker: drums
  • Composer/Arranger Ted Heath  track from his lp “Swings in Hi- Stereo” recorded july 17th 1958 with Stan Tracey: piano and vibes, Ronnie Verrell: drums
  • The last track in this program is Louis Prima “King of Clubs” with Gia Maione and Sam Butera and the Witnesses

No.1043

  • My first track in this program is from a “Dutch” band called The Houdini’s track from the cd “Play the Big Five”  recorded april 12th 1995 Angelo Verploegen: trumpet, Rolf Delfos: alto sax, Barend Middelhoff: tenor sax, Erwin Hoorweg: piano, Marius Beets: bass, Bram Wijland: drums
  • Pianist Thelonious Monk track from his album “Big Band and Quartet in Concert” recorded at the Lincoln Center N.Y. December 30th 1963 Monk with Charlie Rouse on tenor, Butch Warren: bass, Frankie Dunlop: drums + Orchestra Thad Jones, Steve Lacy, Phil Woods, Gene Allen,Eddie Bert
  • On trumpet you”ll hear Dizzy Reece two tracks from his album “Asia Minor” recorded March 13th 1962 with Joe Farrell: tenor sax, Cecil Payne: baritone sax, Hank Jones: piano, Ron Carter: bass, Charlie Persip: drums
  • The Paris All Stars track from “Hommage to Charlie Parker” recorded june 15th 1989 Dizzy Gillespie: trumpet, Max Roach: drums, Percy Heath: bass, Hank Jones: piano, Stan Getz: tenor sax, Jackie McLean & Phil Woods: alto sax, Milt Jackson: vibes
  • On the vibraphone you’ll hear Peter Appleyard track from his album “Barbados Heat” recorded februari 17th 1990 with Major Holly: bass, Butch Miles: drums, Bucky Pizzarelli: guitar, Rick Wilkins: tenor sax
  • Track 104/520 from the Ben Webster special, now his lp “The Warm Moods” recorded January 18th 1960 with Don Trenner: piano, Don Bagley: bass, Frankie Capp: drums + strings
  • The Modern Jazz Quartet with alto saxophonist Paul Desmond “The only recorded performance” recorded oct. 1970
  • Tenor saxophonist Buddy Tate track from his album “Tate Live” recorded april 15th 1986 with Hendrik Meurkens: vibes, Otto Weiss: piano, Dieter Gutzkow: bass, Torsten Zwingenberger: drums
  • On tenor Paul Gonzalves and on trumpet Clark Terry “The Complete Recordings of Paul and Clark”  recorded august 6th 1957 with Willie Jones on piano, Jimmy Woode on bass and drummer Sam Woodyard

No.1042

  • My first track in this program is the lp “The Jazzmakers” Ronnie Ross on baritone sax, Art Ellefson on tenor, Stan Jones: piano, Stan Wasser: bass, Allan Ganley: drums  recorded in 1959
  • Vibraphonist Cal Tjader track from his lp “Tjader plays Mambo” recorded in 1954 with Manuel Duran: piano, Beyardo Velarde: timbales, Carlos Duran: bass, Edgard Rosales: congas
  • Alto saxophonist Joe Harriott track from his lp “Jump for Me” recorded in 1954 with the Tony Kinsey trio, Bill LeSage: piano and vibes, Sammy Stokes: bass and Tony Kinsey on drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Dick Morrissey  track from his album “On the Spot The Complete Recordings 1961-1963” with Harry South: piano, Phil Bates: bass, Jackie Dougan: drums
  • The Ben Webster special track 103/520 now his album “Gentle Ben” recorded November 28th 1972 in Barcelona with Tete Montoliu: piano, Eric Peter: bass, Peer Wyboris: drums
  • Tenorist Illinois Jacquet track from his album “Desert Winds” with Kenny Burrell on guitar, Tommy Flanagan: piano, Wendell Marshall: bass, Ray Lucas: drums recorded feb.13th 1964
  • Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon with Johnny Griffin  track the album “Great Encounters” recorded in 1978 with George Cables: piano, Rufus Reid: bass, Eddie Gladden: drums
  • Pianist Tony Lee  track from his album “Blue Bossa” with Tony Archer: bass, Martin Drew: drums recorded March 2nd 1976
  • Pianist Bill Evans  track from his album “Another Time” with Eddie Gomez: bass, Jack DeJohnette: drums recorded in Vara studio on june 22, 1968

No. 1041

  • My first track in this program is from arranger/composer Jimmy Keating, track from his album “Swinging Scots” recorded april 29th 1957
  • Tenor saxophonist Sam “the man” Taylor track from his lp “Misty Mood” recorded in 1962
  • Tenor saxophonist Harry Allen track from his new album “The Bloody Happy Song”
  • Alto saxophonist/composer/arranger Johnny Dankworth track from his album “The Vintage Years” recorded march 1958
  • Drummer Art Blakey track from his new lp “Just Coolin”  with Lee Morgan: trumpet, Hank Mobley: tenor sax, Bobby Timmons: piano, Jimmy Merritt: bass recorded march 8th 1959
  • Drummer Carl Lott track from his album “Live from Lott’s Emporium” with the Texas tenors Arnett Cobb and Don Wilkerson
  • The Ben Webster special track 102/520 track from “Live at the Jazzhus, Vol.1” recorded januari 31 1965 with Kenny Drew: piano, Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen: bass, Alex Riel: drums
  • Arranger/composer Teo Macero track from his album “Acoustical Suspension” recorded in 1985 with Gato Barbieri: tenor sax, Lionel Hampton: vibes
  • Pianist Junior Mance track from his album “With A Lotta Help from my Friends” recorded march 16th  1970 with Eric Gale: guitar, Chuck Rainey: fender bass, Billy Cobham: drums
  • Drummer Shelly Manne  track from his album “234” with Coleman Hawkins: tenor saxophone, Hank Jones: piano, George Duvivier: bass  recorded in 1962
  • Tenor saxophonist Joe McQueen  track from his album “The Legendary Joe McQueen”  recorded in 2015 with Ryan Conger: Hammond organ, Brad Wright: guitar, Don Kemp: drums

No. 1040

  • My first track is by tenor and alto saxophonist Grover Washington, Jr  track from his album `Live` recorded in 1997 with Adam Holzman: keyboards, Gerald Veasley: bass,Steven Wolff: drums
  • On alto sax the great Benny Carter track from his lp “Additions to Further Definitions”  recorded in 1966 with Bud Shank: alto sax, Teddy Edwards & Buddy Collette: tenor sax, Bill Hood; baritone sax, Mundell Lowe: guitar, Don Abney: piano, Ray Brown: bass, Alvin Stoller: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Willis “Gatortail” Jackson track from his lp “Star Bag”  recorded march 22nd 1968 with Trudy Pitts: organ, Bill Jennings: guitar, Jimmy Lewis: el-bass, Bobby Donaldson: drums, Victor Allende: congas
  • Tenor saxophonist Harry Allen his new recording “The Bloody Happy Song” the music produced, performed, arranged, engineered and mastered  by Harry himself!!!!!
  • Drummer Jo Jones  track from his album “Sextet” recorded april 19th 1960 with Bennie Green: trombone, Harry “Sweets” Edison: trumpet,  Jimmy  “The Nighttrain” Forrest: tenor sax,Tommy  Flanagan: piano, Tommy Potter: bass
  • On trumpet you’ll hear Jimmy Deuchar  track from his recording “The Complete Tempo Recordings 1955-1958” Derek Humble: alto sax, Tubby Hayes: tenor sax, Eddie Harvey: piano, Kenny Napper: bass, Phil Seamen: drums recorded march 29th 1957 Decca Studios, London
  • The Ben Webster special this week nr. 101/520 his famous lp “See You at the Fair” recorded march 25th 1964 Ben with Hank Jones: piano, Richard Davis: bass, Osie Johnson: drums
  • Alto saxophonist and composer/arranger Johnny Dankworth track from his album “Collaboration” recorded in London May 25th 1960 with the London Philharmonic Orchestra some musicians are: Spike Heatley, Kenny Clare(fantastic feature!!),Peter King,Dudley Moore
  • Tenor saxophonist Jimmy Heath  track from his album “Love Letter” Kenny Barron: piano, Russell Malone: guitar, Monte Croft: vibes, David Wong: bass, Lewis Nash: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Frank Griffith  track from his album “Holland Park Non-Stop” recorded aug 17th 2010, fantasic big band !!!
  • Last but not least you’ll hear Lasse Lindgren on his trumpet (and his famous big band) track from his album “Spirits” plays in the spirit of Maynard Ferguson  recorded January 2008