Take 5 Jazz



  • Start my program with Dutch guitar player Lou Guldemond, 2 tracks from his cd “That’s It”  with Karel Boehlee:fender Rhodes, Tom Beek:saxes, Ruud Breuls:trumpet, Boudewijn Lucas:bass, Danny Sahupala:drums, Martin Verdonk:percussion
  • Fantastic recording on Ember records “The Swinging  Sounds of the Jazz Makers”  Art Ellefsen:tenor sax, Ronnie Ross:baritone sax, Stan Jones:piano, Stan Wasser:bass, Allan Ganley:drums  recorded sept, 23th 1959
  • Composer/Arranger Philip Green  track from his album “All Night Long” with Tubby Hayes on tenor, Allan Ganley:drums, Charles Mingus:bass, Johnny Dankworth:alto sax  recorded in 1961
  • English Conductor Ken Moule track from his album “Waterloo Bridge” recorded in 1962 with Bert Courtley:trumpet, Ronnie Scott & Roy Sidwell:tenor sax, Stan Tracey:piano, Arthur Watts:bass
  • Pianist Stan Tracey track from his album “The Last Time I saw You” recorded in 2004 with alto saxophonist Peter King, Andy Cleyndert:bass, Clark Tracey:drums
  • The Ronnie Scott Orchestra track from the Esquire recording from sept, 7th  1954 with Jimmy Deuchar:trumpet,Mac Minshull:trombone, Derek Humble:alto sax, Ronnie Scott & Peter King:tenor sax, Benny Green:baritone sax, Victor Feldman:piano and vibes, Lennie Bush:bass, Phil Seamen:drums
  • The Ben Webster special track 74/520, track from “The Punch” recorded in 1964 at the Ronnie Scott’s Club with Stan Tracey:piano, Rick Laird:bass, Jackie Dougan: drums
  • Pianist Tommy Watt  track from his lp “It might as wel be Swing” recorded in London 1958 with Bob Efford & Tubby Hayes:tenor sax, Ike Isaacs:guitar, Joe Muddel:bass, Phil Seamen:drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Tubby Hayes  track from his album “Rumpus” recorded april 9th 1969 with Louis Stewart:guitar, Ron Mathewson:bass, Spike Wells:drums
  • Blues rock guitarist Albert Cummings with 2 tracks from his album “Believe”  release date feb,14th 2020 ( special thanks to Provogue/Mascot)

No: 1012

  • Start my program with the big band from pianist Stan Tracey track from the 2 disc set  “A Centenary Tribute to Duke Ellington”  recorded in 1999 with Peter King on alto sax, Clark Tracey on drums…
  • Tenor saxophonist Dick Morrissey track from his album “The Lost 77 Recordings” with Harry South:piano, Phil Bates:bass, Phil Seamen:drums  recorded in 1965
  • Drummer Tony Crombie  track from his album “Atmosphere” recorded june 18th  1958 with Ronnie Scott on tenor, Tubby Hayes on baritone sax
  • The Melody Maker All Stars march 7th 1954: Kenny Baker:trumpet,Don Lusher:trombone,Vic Ash:clarinet,Johnny Dankworth:alto sax,Ronnie Chamberlain:tenor and soprano sax,Ronnie Scott:tenor sax, Harry Klein:baritone sax, Victor Feldman:vibes, Bill McGuffie:piano, Tito Burns:accordion, Ivor Mairants:guitar, Johnny Hawksworth:bass, Eric Delaney:drums
  • The Ronnie Scott Big Band with some fine musicans;  Phil Seamen on drums, Joe Harriott on alto sax, Ronnie Scott  and Peter King on tenor, Norman Stenfalt:piano
  • Again you’ll hear a big band, this time the Tubby Hayes Commonwealth Big Band  recorded at the BBC Jazz Club 1965
  • Track 73/520 from the Ben Webster special, you’ll hear a track from “Groove” with Richard Groove Holmes, George Freeman on guitar
  • Vibrafonist/pianist Bill LeSage with baritone sax Ronnie Ross track from “Presenting the Quartet” recorded in 1963 with Spike Heatley on bass and on drums Alan Ganley
  • Drummer Tony Kinsey, track from his lp “An evening with mr. percussion” recorded in 1961 with Tubby Hayes on tenor, Jimmy Deuchar:trumpet, Lennie Bush:bass, Bill LeSage:piano/vibes
  • Tenor saxophonist Johnny Skidmore track from his album “Mainstream at Nixa” recorded oct 12th 1956 with Bertie King:alto sax, Major Holley:bass, Phil Seamen:drums
  • Another track from tenor sax Dick Morrissey, now from his lp “After Dark” recorded in 1983 with John Critchinson on the fender Rhodes piano, Ron Mathewson:bass, Martin Drew:drums

No. 1011

  • Start my program with tenor saxophonist Tubby Hayes track from his album `100% Proof` recorded in 1966
  • Pianist Frank Horrox track from “Jazz Session” with Don Rendell:tenor sax, Albert Hall:trumpet, Jeff Sothcott:bass, Don Lawson:drums  recorded in 1960
  • Pianist Colin Purbrook track from his album “Radio Nights” recorded late 1970’s with Hank Shaw:trumpet, Duncan Lamont:tenor sax, Tony Coe:sax,clarinet,Tony Archer:bass, Martin Drew:drums
  • The Preacher Men: Efraim Trujillo:tenor sax, Rob Mostert:Hammond B3, Chris Strik:drums track from the new album “Live at Bimhuis”
  • Alto saxophonist Joe Harriott track from his album “Blue Harriott” recorded may 5th 1959 with Hank Shaw:trumpet, Harry South:piano, Coleridge Goode:bass, Bob Orr:drums
  • The second time you”ll hear Tubby Hayes, now a track from his album “Tubbs in N.Y.” recorded in 1961, Tubby on tenor, Eddie Costa on vibes,Horace Parlan:piano, George Duvivier:bass, Dave Bailey:drums
  • Track 72/520 the Ben Webster special with a 1953 recording with Charlie Shavers:trumpet, Bill Harris:trombone, Teddy Wilson:piano, Herb Ellis:guitar, Ray Brown:bass, Gene Krupa:drums
  • Pianist Ralph Sharon with his quartet Jack Fallon on bass,Tony Kinsey:drums, Bert Weedon:guitar, track from the album “Autumn Leaves and Spring Fever” recorded March 5th  1953
  • Ack van Rooyen meets Jerry van Rooyen, Ack plays trumpet and Jerry Arranger,Composer with Rob Franken:keyboards, Herb Geller:flute,Sax  recorded in 1970
  • Alto saxophonist Peter King track from his album  “Brother Bernard” recorded in 1990 with John Horler:piano, Dave Green:bass, Tony Levin:drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Jesse Powell track from his Lp “Blow Man Blow”  recorded in 1959
  • Two giants on the tenor sax: Illinois Jacquet and Arnett Cobb track from the lp “Jazz at Town Hall” with Milt Buckner:organ, Panama Francis:drums recorded in 1973

Nr. 1010

  • Start my program with drummer Art Taylor, track from his album “Taylor’s Tenors” with Charlie Rouse and Frank Foster:tenor sax, Walter Davis, Jr:piano, Sam Jones:bass  recorded in 1959
  • Baritone saxophonist Gary Smulyan and tenorist Ralph Moore track from the new album “Bird’s Eye Encounter” with Oliver Hutman:piano, Stephan Kurmann:bass, Bernd Reiter:drums (live at Bird’s Eye, Basel)
  • The Preacher Men:  Efraim Trujillo:tenor sax, Rob Mostert:Hammond B3, Chris Strik:drums track from the new album “Live at Bimhuis”
  • Pianist Colin Purbrook with guest alto sax player Peter King  track from the lp “Blues for Buddy” with Dave Green on bass and drummer Allan Ganley, recorded 1988
  • Drummer Rayford Griffin( a nephew from trumpet master Clifford Brown) track from his album “Reflections of Brownie” with George Duke:piano, Brian Bromberg:bass, Rick Braun:trumpet, Everette Harp:tenor sax
  • Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon track from his album “Take the A Train” Copenhagen 1967 with Kenny Drew:piano, Niels H. O. Pedersen:bass, Albert Heath:drums
  • The Ben Webster special track 71/520 you’ll hear a track from “Music with Feeling” recorded December 15, 1954 with Teddy Wilson:piano, Wendell Marshall:bass, Louis Bellson:drums, Ralph Burns:arr,cond.
  • Tenor saxophonist Don Rendell track from his album “Roarin’” recorded in 1961 with Graham Bond:alto sax, John Burch:piano, Tony Archer:bass, Phil Kinorra:drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Sam “The Man” Taylor  track from his lp “Love theme from the Godfather” recorded in 1972
  • The Chris Barber Jazz and Blues Band with a great line up: Chris Barber:trombone, Pat Halcox:trumpet, Monty Sunshine:clarinet,Lonnie Donnegan:banjo, Jim Bray:bass, Ron Bowden:drums recorded at the Opera House of Nurnberg may 9th, 1994


  • Start my program with tenor saxophonist  Jimmy Heath Ensemble with Sonny Red:alto sax, Pepper Adams:baritone sax, Kenny Dorham:trumpet, Cedar Walton:piano, Reggie Workman:bass, Roy Brooks:drums  Baltimore 1965
  • Saxophonist Don Rendell with Ian Carr on trumpet, Michael Garrick:piano, Dave Green:bass, Trevor Tomkins:drums  recorded in 1966, track from the album  “Dusk Fire”
  • Pianist Horace Silver with his Quintet, recorded in England 1966, Woody Shaw:trumpet, Tyrone Washington:tenor saxophone, Larry Ridley:bass, Lex Humphries:drums
  • The Ben Webster special track 70/520, this week you’ll  hear a track from “Big ben Time” recorded jan.1967 with Alan Haven:organ, Spike Heatley:bass, Tony Crombie:drums
  • My favorite vibraphonist Cal Tjader track from hs lp “Hip Vibrations” recorded in 1967 with J.J. Johnson, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, Mel Lewis, Ray Barretto,
  • The Count Basie Big Band—Blues Backstage—Live in Amsterdam 1956 feat; Thad Jones, Joe Newman, Frank Foster, Frank Wess  (Nederlands Jazz Archief)
  • Alto saxophonist Cannonball Adderley and the Poll winners recorded in 1960 with Wes Montgomery:guitar, Victor Feldman:piano & vibes, Ray Brown:bass, Louis Hayes:drums
  • Pianist Bart Flos trio with Eric van der Westen:bass, Marc Schenk:drums, track from his new album “Roots and Reflections”
  • Milt Jackson(vibes) and Coleman Hawkins(tenor sax)  track from the album “Bean Bags”  released in 1959 with Tommy Flanagan:piano, Kenny Burrell:guitar, Eddie Jones:bass, Connie Kay:drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Sam “ The Man” Taylor  track from his album “Salute to the saxes”  released oct, 1958 with Thad Jones:trumpet, Jimmy Cleveland:trombone, Lee Anderson:piano, Billy Bauer:guitar, Barney Richmond:bass, Herb Lovelle:drums


  • Start my program with pianist Colin Purbrook with special guest alto saxophonist Peter King, Dave Green on bass and Allan Ganley on drums recorded sept 22, 1988
  • Tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander track from his new cd  “with  Strings”  with David Hazeltine:piano, John Webber:bass, Joe Farnsworth:drums  with a string section
  • Alto saxophonist Peter King track from his album “In Paris” recorded in 1986
  • Pianist Kenny Drew track from the lp “Trio” with Paul Chambers:bass, Philly Joe Jones:drums recorded sept 20, 1956
  • Tenorist Sonny Rollins track from the album “Alfie” recorded in 1966
  • The Ben Webster special track 69/520 “Soho Nights vol. 1” with Stan Tracey:piano, Dave Green:bass, Tony Crombie:drums  recorded jan-1968
  • Drummer Buddy Rich track from the new album “Just in Time” ( a previously unreleased treasure recorded over 2 nights at the Ronnie Scott’s Club 19 & 20 november, 1986)
  • New cd on the Cellar Live records Johnny Griffin & Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis-live at the Penthouse OW!! With Horace Parlan:piano, Buddy Catlett:bass, Art Taylor:drums  recorded in Seatle 1962
  • Drummer Tony Kinsey track from his album “Fascinating Rhythm” recorded may 1956 with Ronnie Ross:baritone sax,Bill LeSage:piano/vibes, Eric Dawson:bass
  • Tenor saxophonist Rinus Groeneveld track from his cd “Me We Regroovable”  Greenfield also plays Baritone, Soprano and Flute with Cajan Witmer:keyboards, Cees v.d. Laarse:bass, Steve Altenberg:drums + guest musicians!!!!
  • Tenor saxophonist George Coleman track from “Playing Changes” with Hilton Ruiz:piano, Ray Drummond:bass, Billy Higgins:drums  recorded april 1979

No. 1007

  • Start my program with tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon track from his album “The Jumpin’ Blues” recorded in 1970 with Wynton Kelly:piano, Sam Jones:bass, Roy Brooks:drums
  • Freddie Hubbard on trumpet, track from his album “Goin’ Up” recorded in 1960 with Hank Mobley:tenor sax, McCoy Tyner:piano, Paul Chambers:bass, Philly Joe Jones:drums
  • One of the finest English drummers Tony Kinsey, track from his lp “Thames Suite” recorded in 1974 with Peter King:alto sax, Ronnie Ross:baritone sax, Pat Smythe:fender Rhodes, Lennie Bush:bass, Louis Stewart:guitar
  • New cd on the Cellar Live records Johnny Griffin & Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis-live at the Penthouse OW!! With Horace Parlan:piano, Buddy Catlett:bass, Art Taylor:drums  recorded in Seatle 1962
  • Tenor saxophonist Hal Singer track from “The Definitieve Black and Blue Sessions”  recorded in 1968 with Milt Buckner:organ, Tiny Grimes:guitar, Wally Bishop:drums
  • Jazz for Japan live at the Tokyo Jazz festival Clarence McDonald:piano, David T Walker:guitar, Del Atkins:bass, Ndugu Chancler:drums, Tom Scott:tenor sax, Hubert Laws:flute
  • The Ben Webster special track 68/520 “Live in Norway” 1970 with Tore Sandnaes:piano, Bjorn Alterhaug:bass,  Kjell Johansen:drums
  • Miles Davis live at the Concertgebouw Amsterdam December 8, 1957 with Barney Wilen:tenor sax, Rene Urtreger:piano, Pierre Michelot:bass, Kenny Clarke:drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins track from his lp “Sonny Rollins on Impulse” Ray Bryant:piano, Walter Booker:bass, Mickey Roker:drums  recorded july 8, 1965
  • Guitarist Kazumi Watanabe track from his alum “Live in Japan” with Warren Bernhardt:piano, Mike Mainieri:vibes, Marcus Miller:bass, Omar Hakim:drums