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  • Oscar Peterson & Count Basie - Slow Blues

    Oscar Peterson & Count Basie - Slow Blues

    The understated Basie has a decidedly soulful effect the virtuosic Peterson on this great two-piano blues. Bassist Neils-Henning Orsted Pedersen and M... 6634 views
  • Eric Dolphy Quintet - 245

    Eric Dolphy Quintet - 245

    A 1961 European television performance from Berlin on August 30 by Dolphy's quintet with trumpeter Benny Bailey, pianist Pepsy Auer, bassist Jamil Nas... 5040 views
  • Charles Mingus - Goodbye Porkpie Hat

    Charles Mingus - Goodbye Porkpie Hat

    A 1975 Montreux Jazz Festival performance of Charles Mingus's famous ode to Lester Young "Goodbye Pork Pie Hat" by his band with Jack Walrath, George ... 5968 views
  • Dave Brubeck - Take Five

    Dave Brubeck - Take Five

    Paul Desmond's "Take Five" had been the unlikely smash hit for the Dave Brubeck Quartet for a little over a year when this 1961 episode of Jazz Casual... 6485 views
  • Sidney Bechet Solo

    Sidney Bechet Solo

    A rare opportunity to view Sidney Bechet stretching out on the St. Louis Blues alongside Claude Luter’s band. Filmed in a concert setting while Bechet... 6103 views
  • Jammin The Blues

    Jammin The Blues

    Filmed in 1944, this Warner Brothers short feature is considered one of the finest examples of jazz on film. Directed by the pioneering still photogra... 6108 views
  • Andrew Hill - Solo

    Andrew Hill - Solo

    Andrew was an extraordinary pianist, composer, thinker and person. His work has been well represented on Blue Note and Mosaic. This is a beautiful sol... 6445 views
  • Rodney Dangerfield - Easy Money

    Rodney Dangerfield - Easy Money

    After Monty's mother-in-law dies unexpectedly, his family is in for an inheritance. Mrs. Monahan left a stipulation in her will that if Monty is able ... 4957 views
  • King's Speech Trailer

    King's Speech Trailer

    2010 Academy Award Nominee. 4794 views
  • Plan 9 - Best Lines

    Plan 9 - Best Lines

    A compilation of the best bits of bad dialogue from Ed Wood's trash masterpiece. 4825 views