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  • Louis Armstrong and Johnny Cash - Blue Yodel No. 9

    Louis Armstrong and Johnny Cash - Blue Yodel No. 9

    Johnny Cash's short-lived Saturday Night television show on the ABC network was full of surprises with musical guests that ranged from Louis Armstrong... 6837 views
  • Lionel Hampton-Live In '58

    Lionel Hampton-Live In '58

    This Jazz Icon DVD spotlights an hour-long concert from one of the great bandleaders in jazz history. The Hampton Orchestra plays Hamp's signature bl... 6818 views
  • Artie Shaw - “Concerto For Clarinet”

    Artie Shaw - “Concerto For Clarinet”

    Taken from the movie “Second Chorus” (1940) here is the great Shaw band with Johnny Guarnieri (p), Billy Butterfield (tp) and Nick Fatool (d). Also se... 6779 views
  • Song Around The World “Stand By Me”

    Song Around The World “Stand By Me”

    “Stand By Me” is one of the greatest and most timeless pop songs of the 20th century. The Playing For Change team use this Ben E. King-Jerry Lieber-Mi... 6776 views
  • Sonny Rollins Talks About Tenor Madness

    Sonny Rollins Talks About Tenor Madness

    Rollins talks about the one time that he and John Coltrane recorded together, creating a now classic album.

    At the 1966 Titans Of The Tenors concer... 6761 views

  • Oscar Peterson Interview with Andre Previn

    Oscar Peterson Interview with Andre Previn

    A marvelous segment of Andre Previn interviewing Oscar Peterson seated at the piano. They discuss Art Tatum, Nat Cole and Count Basie. 6751 views
  • Anita O'Day - Newport Jazz Festival

    Anita O'Day - Newport Jazz Festival

    This excerpt from “Jazz On A Summer’s Day” features the unique Anita O’Day’s original treatment of “Sweet Georgia Brown” and “Tea For Two.” Her trio i... 6747 views
  • Mississippi Fred McDowell - John Henry

    Mississippi Fred McDowell - John Henry

    As bottleneck guitarists go, Fred was a killer!

    Unlike so many of his contemporaries who recorded in the late '20s-early '30s and were later redisco... 6739 views

  • Hank Jones on Bebop

    Hank Jones on Bebop

    A great interview with Hank Jones, who is as eloquent in speech as he is at the piano.

    As a musical genius who has been an important part of the ja... 6685 views

  • The Earliest Recorded Sound (1860)

    The Earliest Recorded Sound (1860)

    This is the first sound ever recorded, by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville in 1860, some 17 years before Edison's cylinder recordings were developed.... 6670 views