Take 5 Jazz

Shows:

No.1039

This week only “VINYL”:

  • Jesse Powell—Blow Man Blow
  • Ben Webster—Steen Vig’s Jazz Orchestra
  • Bill LeSage-Ronnie Ross Quartet
  • Dexter Gordon—Dexter Blows Hot and Cool
  • Sam “The Man” Taylor—Somewhere in the Night
  • Victor Feldman—In London vol.1
  • Clous van Mechelen—A Tribute to Earl Bostic
  • George Shearing—A Shearing Caravan
  • Johnny Keating—Swing Revisited
  • Tubby Hayes—Tubby’s  New Groove
  • John Dankworth—The Zodiac Variations

No.1038

  • Start my program with Frank Basile on the baritone sax and Sam Dillon on tenor, track from the new cd “2 part Solution” on Cellar Live records with Jeb Patton: piano, Mike Karn: bass, Aaron Kimmel: drums  recorded November 5th 2019
  • Tenorist Dexter Gordon  track from the “Live at NSJF” with Kirk Lightsey: piano, Rufus Reid: bass, Eddie Gladden: drums recorded july 1979
  • Track 99/520 Ben Webster special now his lp “Steen Vig’s Jazz Orchestra” recorded at Padborg Jazz Club, March 19th 1966
  • Tenor Battle with Dexter Gordon,  Budd Johnson, Illinois Jacquet, Arnett Cobb,  Buddy Tate with Hank Jones: piano, Gene Ramey: bass, Gus Johnson: drums  recorded in 1979
  • On the vibes the one and only Cal Tjader track from “The Grace Cathedral Concert” recorded may 22nd 1976 with Lonnie Hewitt: electric piano, Rob Fisher: bass, Pete Riso: drums, Poncho Sanchez: congas

No: 1037

  • Start my program with saxophonist King Curtis track from his lp “Old Gold”  recorded  September 19th 1961 with Billy Butler & Eric Gale: guitars, Jack McDuff: organ, Bob Bushnell: bass, Ray Lucas: drums, Willie Rodriguez: percussion
  • Bassist Christian McBride track from his new cd “For Jimmy, Wes and Oliver”  with Joey DeFrancesco: organ, Mark Whitfield: guitars, Quincy Phillips: drums + Big Band
  • Sax and flute Don Braden and on bass Joris Teepe track from the new cd “In the spirit of Herbie Hancock”  with Rob van Bavel: piano, Owen Hart Jr: drums
  • Drummer Pete York track from his cd “Basiecally Speaking” with Torsten Goods: guitar, Gabor Bolla: tenor sax, Andi Kissenbeck: organ, Wolfgang Schmid: bass
  • Stuff track from the lp “Live Stuff” Richard Tee: keyboards, Gordon Edwards: bass, Steve Gadd: drums, Eric Gale & Cornell Dupree: guitars recorded in Tokyo 1978
  • The Ben Webster special track 98/520 his lp “The Horn” recorded feb 8th 1944 with Hot Lips Page: trumpet, Clyde Hart: piano, Charlie Drayton: bass, Denzil Best: drums
  • Drummer Brian Melvin track from his cd “Shapes” with Matt Renzi: saxes, Mart Soo: guitar recorded july 14th 2019
  • Tenor saxophonist Tubby Hayes  track from his album “Dancing in the Dark”  recorded in 1964 with Jimmy Deuchar: trumpet, Terry Shannon: piano, Freddie Logan: bass, Allan Ganley: drums
  • The N.Y. All Stars track from the cd “Burnin’in London” Eric Alexander: tenor sax, Harold Mabern: piano, Daryl Hall: bass, Bernd Reiter: drums recorded November 2017
  • On trumpet you’ll hear Roy Hargrove “Live in Toronto” recorded july 4th 1993 with Ron Blake: tenor sax, Mark Cary: piano, Rodney Whittaker: bass, Gregory Hutchinson: drums
  • The Singers Unlimited  track from the lp “Feeling Free”

No.1036

  • Start my program with the Norman Granz Jam Session recorded September 2nd 1953 with Roy Eldridge & Dizzy Gillespie: trumpets, Johnny Hodges: alto sax, Illinois Jacquet, Flip Phillips, Ben Webster: tenor saxes, Lionel Hampton: vibes, Oscar Peterson: piano, Ray Brown: bass, Buddy Rich: drums
  • Don Braden on tenor and flute and bassist Joris Teepe , the new release from this quartet “In the spirit of Herbie Hancock” live at “de Witte” with Rob van Bavel: piano, Owen Hart Jr: drums
  • The Ben Webster special track 97/520 now “Ben Webster meets Bill Coleman” recorded april 27th 1967 with Jim Douglas: guitar, Fred Hunt: piano, Ron Rae: bass, Lennie Hastings: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon at the Montreux Summit with Woody Shaw: trumpet, Slide Hampton: trombone, George Duke: piano, Gordon Johnson: bass, Billy Brooks: drums recorded july 1977
  • Bob James on the Fender Rhodes tack from “The Montreux Summit” with Hubert Laws: flute, Stan Getz: tenor sax, Bobbi Humphrey: flute, Eric Gale: guitar plus Steve Khan: guitar, Alphonso Johnson: bass, Billy Cobham: drums, Ralph MacDonald: percussion + Brass Section

No.1035

  • Start my program with Miles Davis, track from `Miles in Tokyo`  recorded  july 14th  1964 with Sam Rivers: tenor sax, Herbie Hancock: piano, Ron Carter: bass, Tony Williams: drums
  • At the Hammond organ you”ll hear Shirley Scott track from “Blue Seven” recorded august 22nd  1961 with Oliver Nelson: tenor sax, Joe Newman: trumpet, George Tucker: bass, Roy Brooks: drums
  • On tenor and vibes the one and only Tubby Hayes track from “BBC Jazz Club”recorded june 8th 1961 Jimmy Deuchar: trumpet, Terry Shannon: piano, Jeff Clyne: bas, Bill Eyden: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins  track from his album “The Sound of Sonny” recorded june 1957 with Sonny Clark: piano, Percy Heath: bass, Roy Haynes: drums
  • Big Band Jazz from Kenny Baker on trumpet with Bill LeSage: vibes, Phil Seamen: drums track from “Live at the BBC 1957”
  • The Ben Webster special track 96/520 , now the lp “Ben Webster with Strings” is featured recorded December 15th  1954 Teddy Wilson: piano, Wendell Marshall: bass, Louie Bellson: drums
  • Miles Davis track from  his lp “Steamin” with the Miles Davis Quintet” recorded may 11th 1956 with John Coltrane: tenor sax, Red Garland: piano, Paul Chambers: bass, Philly Joe Jones: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Jack Monterose track from his album “with Bob Gordon” recorded in 1955 with Bob Gordon: baritone sax, Paul Moer: piano, Red Mitchell: bass, Shelly Manne: drums
  • Shirley Scott at the Hammond organ with Harold Vick: tenor sax, Billy Higgins: drums  track from “One for Me” recorded in 1974
  • English drummer Allan Ganley track from “The Complet Quartet & Jazzmakers Sessions”  recorded September 23rd 1959
  • The New Conrad Miller trio Coen Molenaar: piano, David De Marez Oyens: bass, Enrique Firpi: drums recorded in 2019 track from “Con Alma”
  • The Peter Herbolzheimer Rhythm Combination and Brass  track from “Big Band BeBop”  recorded October 1983 these are the last  tracks with Rob Franken , three days after they finished this album he died at the age of 42

No.1034

  • Start my program with the Milestone Jazzstars Sonny Rollins: tenor sax. McCoy Tyner: piano, Ron Carter:bass, Al Foster: drums  recorded in 1978
  • Tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins at Birdland September 6th 1952 with Roy Eldridge: trumpet, Horace Silver: piano, Curley Russell: bass, Art Blakey: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Jack Monterose track from his album “Plays David Holt” recorded in 1957 with Pete Jolly: piano, Chuck Berghofer: bass, Nick Martinus: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins Track from his album “Don’t stop the Carnival” a performance at the American Music Hall april 15th 1978 with Donald Byrd: trumpet, Mark Soskin: piano, Jerome Harris: bass, Aurell Ray: guitar, Tony Williams: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Tubby Hayes track from his new album “Free Flight” recorded October 17th 1972 at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club with Mike Pyne: piano, Ron Mathewson: bass, Tony Levin: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Sam “the man” Taylor track from his album “Out of this World” recorded in 1956 arranged and conducted by Leroy Holmes
  • Tenor saxophonist Ronnie Scott track from “Live in Laren” recorded November 30th 1984 with Dick  Pierce: trumpet, John Critchensen: piano, Ron Mathewson: bass, Allan Ganley: drums
  • The Ben Webster special track 95/520 “Makin’ Whoopee” recorded in Paris june 5th 1972 with Georges Arvanitas: piano, Jacky Samson: bass, Charles Saudrais: drums
  • New release from Dutch Jazz Archives ( Nederlands Jazz Archief) The Bebop Years Rob Pronk  Studio Sessions 1950-1957
  • Tenor saxophonist Willis “Gatortail” Jackson track from his album “Together Again,Again” recorded December 13th 1961 with Jack McDuff: organ, Bill Jennings: guitar, Jimmy Lewis: bass, Frank Shea: drums
  • On flute you’ll here  Herbie Mann track from his album “Today” recorded November 18th 1965 with Dave Pike: vibes, Earl May: bass, Bruno Carr: drums,Carlos “Potato”  Valdes: congas, Oliver Nelson: arranger & conductor