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  • Eric Dolphy

    Eric Dolphy

    A stunning solo bass clarinet reading of Billie Holiday’s “God Bless The Child” by one of the most unusual and innovative musicians to emerge in the... 4188 views
  • Sam Rivers

    Sam Rivers

    This is one of the most beautiful songs Rivers ever composed (for his wife Bea). First recorded on his first Blue Note album in 1964, the song was lat... 3850 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... 4850 views
  • Hank Jones

    Hank Jones

    One of the most tasteful and harmonically sophisticated pianists in jazz, Hank Jones created masterpieces nightly for almost seven decades as this ver... 4147 views
  • Wes Montgomery

    Wes Montgomery

    The Stan Tracey trio with a very young Rick Laird backs up Wes on this 1965 British taping of one of Montgomery’s better known compositions. 4444 views
  • Woody Shaw

    Woody Shaw

    A beautiful, incisive version of Thelonious Monk’s “Bemsha Swing” by the great Woody Shaw with Stanley Cowell, David Williams and Teri-Lyne Carrington... 4310 views
  • Dexter Gordon

    Dexter Gordon

    This 1971 footage opens with Dexter warming up in the dressing room and then in performance at the famed Copenhagen club with Kenny Drew on piano and ... 3995 views
  • Ahmad Jamal

    Ahmad Jamal

    The great trio with Israel Crosby and Vernel Fournier at the height of its powers in 1959. This comes from the CBS television show the Robert Herridge... 4180 views