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  • Joe Pass Interview

    Joe Pass Interview

    Fascinating comments from a brilliant guitarist that go a long way to explaining his genius and the results that he gets. 7941 views
  • Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers (Jazz Icons)

    Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers (Jazz Icons)

    This DVD features one of the great bands; Art Blakey, Bobby Timmons, Jymie Merritt, Benny Golson and Lee Morgan. Lost for nearly 50 years, this 55-min... 7927 views
  • Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie - Hot House

    Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie - Hot House

    This 1952 performance on columnist Ear Wilson’s television show is the only real performance footage of Parker. Pianist Dick Hyman, bassist Sandy Bloc... 7916 views
  • Abbey Lincoln NYPL jazz oral history

    Abbey Lincoln NYPL jazz oral history

    Never one to mince words, Abbey Lincoln sets the record straight on history’s portrayal of Billie Holiday. 7907 views
  • Joe Henderson Quartet

    Joe Henderson Quartet

    In an era of Coltrane clones, Joe Henderson was a fresh voice when he hit the new York scene in 1963.

    This 1977 performance of his "Records Me" is a... 7861 views

  • Classic Artie Shaw Sessions

    Classic Artie Shaw Sessions

    An improviser and technician of the highest order, Shaw’s inventions were a never-ending stream of melodic perfection with a tone that was as full as ... 7772 views
  • Elvin Jones Drum Solo Demonstration

    Elvin Jones Drum Solo Demonstration

    This is Elvin Jones in off hours at the Village Vanguard, playing his composition Three Card Molly on the drums and developing it into an amazing poly... 7739 views
  • Max Roach-Hi Hat

    Max Roach-Hi Hat

    This is an amazing demonstration of pure rhythm and technique.

    Max Roach gets more out of hi-hat than many do out of an entire drum set.

    He starte... 7725 views

  • Andrew Hill at Trinity

    Andrew Hill at Trinity

    Andrew Hill emerged in the '60s as one of most original and identifiable pianists and composers in jazz. Blue Note founder Alfred Lion considered him ... 7648 views
  • The Interview - Oscar Shorty Petterstein

    The Interview - Oscar Shorty Petterstein

    This is a hysterical San Francisco cartoon by Ernest Pintoff of a straight announcer interviewing cook jazzman Oscar Shorty Petterstein. Henry Jacobs ... 7598 views