Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Thelonious Monk: Blue Monk (Oslo, April 1966) Thelonious Monk - piano. Charlie Rouse - tenor. Larry Gales - bass. Ben Riley - drums.
The Victor Feldman Trio - featuring Rick Laird on bass and Ronnie Stephenson on drums. 1965.
Ella doin' the scat thang in Montreux with Ed Thigpen on drums, Frank de la Rosa on bass, and Tommy Flanagan on piano. June 22, 1969
Sunday, February 15, 2009
Saturday, February 14, 2009
Friday, February 13, 2009
31 Festival de Jazz de Vitoria-Gasteiz, Polideportivo de Mendizorrotza, Spain, July 20 
Dave Holland - Bass
Chris Potter - Tenor and Soprano Sax
Robin Eubanks - Trombone
Steve Nelson - Vibraphone & Marimba
Nate Smith - Drums
estival jazz, lugano switzerland july 9, 2004
solo acoustic medley: phase dance, minuano 6/8, september 15th, first circle, this is not america
the GREAT, GREAT mississippi john hurt playin' spike driver blues
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Take Five (1961)
Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond, Joe Morello and Gene Wright
Jazz piano artist eldar playing in denver march 10th 2007 - moanin' (this kid´s like half my age and he´s a hero of mine. actually won tickets to see him play live at humphrey´s by the bay in san diego - where he´s from - and so am i - a couple years back)
and i just couldn´t resist the GREAT jimmy smith just jammin' out the same tune live in japan - although, nothing´s the same when jimmy plays it.
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
the great vibist bobby hutcherson, playing ode to angela live
Live at Montreux 1975 Charles Mingus [b] Don Pullen [p] George Adams [s] Gerry Mulligen [bs] Benny Bailey [t] Danny Richmond [d]
performed by Harry Connick Junior from his DVD 'The New York Big Band Concert'. Featuring spectacular solos from Lucien Barbarin and Leroy Jones.
Copyright HC Productions (1992) and Sony Music Entertainment (1993).
Monday, February 9, 2009
Miles Davis , Wayne Shorter Herbie Hancock , Ron Carter , Tony Williams Stockholm,1967
1961 in Baden-Baden Germany John Coltrane - soprano sax, tenor sax Eric Dolphy - flute, alto sax McCoy Tyner - piano Reggie Workman - bass Elvin Jones - drums
many years later in Berlin these guys just jam out their version of Eugene McDaniels' protest song they made famous live at the '69 Montreaux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. still awesome.