On 20 October 2017 is the new jazz album Jazz from R'jam presented. The album was compiled by music lover Roland Vonk on behalf of BKOR. The LP contains thirteen jazz recordings by the Rotterdam musicians, which have been depicted in the portrait gallery on and around the Oude Binnenweg since 2013. The oldest recordings date from 1935. The portrait series has grown into a jazz and comic route as a memorial to an important Rotterdam music history. The black vinyl contains the following songs:

Side A
You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To (1990) - Trio Tony Viola
There's No Two Ways About It (1937) - Annie de Reuver & the AVRO dance orchestra
Get Out And Get Under The Moon (1937) - Secco's Gitanos
Meditation (1937) - The Ramblers (with Nico de Rooy)
When The Blues Come On (1957) - Rita Reys & Mat Mathews
Piet's Alto (1968) - Rogier van Otterloo and his orchestra & Piet Noordijk

Side B
Just a summer evening (1973) - Rob Franken & Tony Nolte
Oh! You Sweet Thing (1935) - Louis de Vries & The Ramblers
Deep In My Heart - Jaap Valkhoff) (1943) - Dick Willebrandts and his orchestra
I'll Close My Eyes (1946) - The Sound Diggers led by Dick Rijnooy
I Cover The Waterfront (1935) - Louis de Vries
Hello Dolly & When You're Smiling (1977) - Jack Rose with Piet le Blanc
Joy Spring (1986) - Trio Tony Viola

The record is published by CBK Rotterdam and for sale at Velvet Music Rotterdam, the Plaatboef and Demonfuzz Records. The album can also be purchased at CBK Rotterdam (Eendrachtsstraat 10). Send an email in advance to n.post@bkor.nl. The edition is 500 copies. And gone is gone!