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  • Coleman Hawkins

    Coleman Hawkins

    The man whose innovations elevated saxophone to its rightful place in jazz is finally getting the retrospective he deserves, in a presentation that yo... 4894 views
  • Duke Ellington – Black Butterfly

    Duke Ellington – Black Butterfly

    If there is such a thing as perfection in jazz, it emanates from Johnny Hodges’s alto saxophone. This Hodges features was taped at Duke Ellington’s No... 4883 views
  • Sony Releases New Technology

    Sony Releases New Technology

    From the folks at Onion News Network. 4815 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 ... 4814 views
  • Don Pullen-George Adams Quartet

    Don Pullen-George Adams Quartet

    A great performance from the final year of this band at the 1989 Mt. Fuji Blue Note Festival. Cameron Brown is on bass and Lewis Nash is on drums fill... 4783 views
  • Wes Montgomery – Nica’s Dream

    Wes Montgomery – Nica’s Dream

    The late guitarist puts his stamp on Horace Silver’s classic. This informal television appearance was made in Holland in 1965 with Pim Jacobs’ trio. D... 4765 views
  • Plan 9 - Best Lines

    Plan 9 - Best Lines

    A compilation of the best bits of bad dialogue from Ed Wood's trash masterpiece. 4670 views
  • King's Speech Trailer

    King's Speech Trailer

    2010 Academy Award Nominee. 4648 views
  • Barney Kessel

    Barney Kessel

    From his first recordings in Los Angeles in the ‘40s (including the film Jammin’ The Blues”), Barney Kessel proved himself to be the most swinging gui... 4622 views
  • Martin Scorsese - Mean Streets

    Martin Scorsese - Mean Streets

    Mean Streets released in 1972 was the launching pad for Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro, and Harvey Keitel. 4583 views