Take 5 Jazz



  • 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


  • My first track in this program is from pianist Elmo Hope track from his album “So Nice” recorded in 1957 with Stu Williamson: trumpet, Harold Land: tenor sax, Leroy Vinnegar: bass, Frank Butler: drums
  • Drummer Louie Bellson track from his lp “Louie in London” recorded may 23rd 1970 with a big band  with English musicans, Kenny Wheeler on trumpet and Bob Efford on tenor sax
  • Guitarist John Tropea  track from his album “The time is Right” recorded in 2007 with Anthony Jackson: contra bass guitar, Steve Gadd: drums, Chris Palmaro: keyboards, Lou Marini: saxes
  • Alto and tenor saxophonist Sonny Stitt track from his album “Black Vibrations” recorded july 9th 1971 with Virgil Jones: trumpet, Leon  Spencer: organ, Melvin Sparks: guitar, Idris Muhammad: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Harry Allen and guitarist Dave Blenkhorn  track from “Under a Blanket of Blue” recorded in 2020
  • The Ben Webster special track 112/520 now “Live in Vienna 1972” this release presents Ben at the Porrhaus in Vienna, accompanied with local musicans
  • The Fletcher Henderson Big Band with Louis Armstrong on trumpet, Coleman Hawkins on clarinet and tenor sax, recorded in N.Y. October 13th 1924
  • Drummer Phil Seamen track from his lp “Phil Seamen meets Eddie Gomez”  recorded July 22nd 1968 and on piano Tony Lee
  • Bassist Koos Wiltenburg  track from his cd “Worth a Journey”  with Thomas Zoetelief: guitars, Don Braden: tenor sax, Jasper Blokzijl: keys, Dennis Elderman: drums, Floor van Zutphen: voice
  • Pianist Horace Silver track from “The Stylings of Silver” recorded may 8th  1957 with Art Farmer: trumpet, Hank Mobley: tenor sax, Teddy Kotick: bass, Louis Hayes: drums
  • Bill Doggett:organ with David “Bubba” Brooks on tenor sax, Howard Overton : drums recorded July 22nd  1978


  • My first track in this program is from tenor saxophonist Wild Bill Moore with a recording from march 3,1950 with Paul Quinichette: tenor sax, Bill Graham: baritone sax, Milt Buckner: piano, Franklin Skeete: bass, Joe Harris: drums
  • Drummer Art Blakey track from “Live in Paris” December 17th 1958 with Lee Morgan: trumpet, Benny Golson: tenor sax, Bobby Timmons: piano, Jimmie Merritt: bass
  • On trumpet you can hear Linley Hamilton, track from his new cd “For the Record” with Derek O” Connor: tenor sax, Cian Boylan: piano, Mark Egan: bass, Adam Nussbaum: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins track from his album “Blues Groove” recorded February 28th 1958 with Tiny Grimes: guitar, Ray Bryant: piano, Musa Kaleem: flute, Earl Wormack: bass, Teagle Fleming Jr: drums
  • Drummer Idris Muhammad track from his cd “Power of Soul” recorded in 1974 with Grover Washington Jr: tenor sax, Bob James: keyboards, Gary King: bass, Joe Beck: guitar, Ralph MacDonald: percussion, Randy Brecker: trumpet
  • Tenor saxophonist Harry Allen and on guitar Dave Blenkhorn track from the new cd “Under a blanket of Blue”
  • The Ben Webster special track 111/520 now his lp “Benny, Ben & Barney” recorded april 10th 1962 with Shorty Sherock: trumpet, Dave Barbour: guitar, Jimmy Rowles: piano, Leroy Vinnegar: bass, Mel Lewis: drums
  • Pianist Dave Brubeck track from his album “Back Home” recorded in 1979 with Chris Brubeck: bass, Butch Miles: drums, Jerry Bergonzi: tenor sax
  • Tenor saxophonist Eddie Chamblee with a track from “The Black and Blue sessions” recorded april 30th 1976 with Wallace Davenport: trumpet, Buster Cooper: trombone, Earl Warren: alto sax, Arnett Cobb: tenor sax, Milt Buckner: organ, Roland Lobligeois: bass, Panama Francis: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Don Byas “Live in Tokyo” recorded in 1971


  • My first track in this program is from the Dutch Jazz Ensemble track from the cd “Lazy Notes”  with Wouter van Deventer: guitar, Patrieck Bonnett: saxes, Kees Kamphuis: trumpet, Rene ten Cate: vibes, Remco Hofman: piano, Wim van Wijngaarden: bass, Barry Olthof: drums
  • Alto saxophonist Joe Harriott track from his album “Live at Harry’s” recorded april 21st 1963 on baritone sax John Collins, Colin Willets: piano, Fred Barnsley: bass, Tony Levin: drums
  • Maaike Nicola: vocals  track from the lp “From Maaike, with Love”  recorded march 4th 1986 with Cees Slinger: piano, Koos Wiltenburg: bass, John Engels: drums
  • Guitarist Jerome Hol track from his cd “Sneak Peak” recorded in 2017 with Glenn Gaddum Jr: bass, Erik Kooger: drums
  • Tenor saxophonist Barend Middelhoff  track from his new cd “Fair Play” recorded june 20th 2019 with Peter Bernstein: guitar, Clovis Nicolas: bass, Jason Tieman: drums
  • On trumpet you’ll hear Chet Baker with the Boto Brasilian Quartet with Richard Galliano: accordion and Jose Boto on drums
  • The Ben Webster special track 110/520, now the recording “ Ben at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club”, January 13th 1968 with Stan Tracey: piano, Dave Green: bass, Tony Crombie: drums
  • The Bill Berry(trumpet) Big Band live at the Concord Summer Festival, august 1st 1976 with special guests  Blue Mitchell, Don Menza,Cat Anderson
  • Chazz track from the cd”Passing the Bar” recorded January 24th 1991 with Eric Vloeimans: trumpet, Dick de Graaf: tenor sax, Niko Langenhuijsen: piano, Eric Calmes: bass, Hans Eijkenaar: drums
  • Pianist Michel Camilo track from his cd “Rendezvous” recorded in 1993 with Anthony Jackson: Contrabass guitar, Dave Weckl: drums