Profile: Dutch jazz saxophonist and band leader, born 26 February 1938, deceased 21 May 2017, both in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Gijs Hendriks (Utrecht, The Netherlands, February 26, 1938 - May 21, 2017) was a Dutch jazz saxophonist (tenor, soprano, baritone and alt) and composer. His first professional work as a jazz musician, Hendriks had in 1955, in a club for American soldiers in Frankfurt am Main. He lived and worked in Germany, France and Morocco and returned to the Netherlands in the early 1960's. In 1967, together with bassist Bert Ruiter and guitarist Herman Meyer, Hendriks founded the Fullhouse group.
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Gijs Hendriks Quintet - Some Feelings, 2011. Blackstreet Shuffle 08:05. Stompin' On No. 3 06:26. Intro Met Watz Vier Tegen Drie 12:11.
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Acoustic Bass – Koos SerierseAlto Saxophone – Tinus BruynBaritone Saxophone, Bass Saxophone – Leo GerritsenBass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Leo van OostromCongas – Steve Boston Drums – Eric InekeElectric Bass – Jan LinschotenElectric Guitar – Herman MeyerElectric Piano [Fender] – Rob van den BroeckPiccolo Flute, Tenor Saxophone – Wim AbmaSoprano Saxophone, Written-By – Gijs HendriksTenor Saxophone – Toon van VlietTrombone – Bart Van Lier, Fred Volmer, Hans de Ruyter, Jan ElsinkTrumpet – Bart Dal, Fons Diercks, Jan Vleeschouwer, Wim Olij
Acoustic Bass – Wim EssedDrums – Eric InekeElectric Piano [Fender] – Rob van den BroeckGuitar – Herman MeyerTenor Saxophone, Sopranino Saxophone, Written-By – Gijs Hendriks
Alto Saxophone, Written-By – Gijs HendriksClassical Guitar [Concert Guitar] – Bert Van Erk
Baritone Saxophone, Written-By – Gijs HendriksDrums – Eric InekeDrums [Elephant Drums] – Chris Jones Electric Bass – Bert de Ruyter*, Jan LinschotenGuitar – Herman MeyerPiano, Electric Piano [Fender] – Rob van den Broeck
|B3||Nine To Four
Acoustic Bass – Wim EssedDrums [Elephant Drums] – Chris Jones Drums, Percussion – Eric InekeElectric Bass – Jan LinschotenGuitar, Written-By – Herman MeyerSoprano Saxophone, Written-By – Gijs Hendriks
Acoustic Bass – Wim EssedAlto Saxophone, Written-By – Gijs HendriksClassical Guitar [Concert Guitar] – Bert Van ErkDrums [Elephant Drums] – Chris Jones
Acoustic Bass – Wim EssedElectric Guitar – Herman MeyerPercussion – Ab de Hond*, Bert Van Erk, Chris Jones , John "Groentjie" Grühnberg*, Steve Boston Piano, Written-By – Gijs Hendriks
- Recorded At – Soundpush Studios
- Recorded At – GTB Studios
- Liner Notes – Michiel De Ruyter
- Photography By [Back Cover] – Rob Chrispijn
- Photography By [Front Cover] – Frits Van Swoll
- Producer – Cees Schrama
- Recorded By – Henri Bentzon (tracks: B1 to B5), Jan Audier (tracks: A1. A2)
NotesSide A recorded 13/3/1972 Sound Push Studio
Side B recorded 3/3/1972 and 6/3/1972 G.T.B. Studio
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: STEMRA
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): AA 2441 037 1Y 1 ℗ 1972 670 111 03
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): AA 2441 037 2Y 1 ℗ 1972 670 111 03