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  • Mahalia Jackson - Silent Night

    Mahalia Jackson - Silent Night

    Mahalia Jackson is to gospel what Louis Armstrong is to jazz: the cornerstone, the innovator and the consummate artist. This 1961 television is all th... 5901 views
  • Denny Zeitlin: Country Fair

    Denny Zeitlin: Country Fair

    A superb solo performance by a remarkable pianist. 5876 views
  • Bill Evans- Live '64-'75

    Bill Evans- Live '64-'75

    This collection covers an 11-year span with four different rhythm sections, including Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen and drummer Alan Dawson.

    This D... 5876 views

  • Dexter Gordon- Live In '63 & '64 (Jazz Icons)

    Dexter Gordon- Live In '63 & '64 (Jazz Icons)

    Gordon at 40 is in top form with lyrical, muscular, witty and inventive solos.

    Tracks 4 & 5 come from a Swiss festival in 1963 with Kenny Drew and... 5874 views

  • Capitol Records Promo Film 1951

    Capitol Records Promo Film 1951

    A fascinating look at 1952 Hollywood starring Mel Blanc, portraying a record dealer in this special promotional film made by Capitol Records for their... 5851 views
  • WBGO Video Tribute to James Moody

    WBGO Video Tribute to James Moody

    This is a wonderful, concise tribute to Moody using his own words taped and edited by Josh Jackson with video elements by Dan Karcher.

    It really ca... 5850 views

  • Oscar Peterson- Live In '63, '64 & '65 (Jazz Icons)

    Oscar Peterson- Live In '63, '64 & '65 (Jazz Icons)

    This DVD follows the Oscar Peterson Trio through three years in three different countries with Ray Brown on bass and Ed Thigpen on drums.

    Features ... 5849 views

  • Chico Hamilton, NYPL jazz oral history

    Chico Hamilton, NYPL jazz oral history

    A cogent observation by the eloquent Mr. Hamilton about the essence of swing. 5836 views
  • Jimmie Lunceford

    Jimmie Lunceford

    "They were the forerunners, between swing and bebop. They were right there. And their records prove this. One of the greatest bands of all time.” – Ge... 5819 views
  • Dave Liebman

    Dave Liebman

    Having seen the Coltrane quartet on dozens of occasions, I can say with authority that Liebman, Joey Calderazzo, Dave Holland and Jack DeJohnette come... 5810 views