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Jazz Music

Yusef Lateef.

Sister Mamie.
Like It Is.
Happyology.
Morning.
Woody ‘n’ You.
Planet Earth.
See Line Woman.
Kongsberg.
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Audio Jazz Music vocalists

Vocalists, of Note.

Johnny Hartman: They Say It’s Wonderful.
Al Hibbler: After the Lights Go Down Low.
Arthur Prysock: Ain’t It Funny.
Leon Thomas: One.
Leon Thomas: Song for my Father.
Jimmy Scott: All The Way.
Irene Kral: Small Day Tomorrow.
Peggy Lee: I Think It’s Going to Rain Today.
Peggy Lee: Don’t Explain.
Chris Connor: All About Ronnie.

A sampler, from upper-echelon practitioners of the art.

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Jazz Music music videos

Pianists, of Note.

Monk: Smoke Gets in Your Eyes.
Herbie Nichols: The Spinning Song.
Wildflower.
The Gig.
Herbie Nichols: Lady Sings the Blues.
Mal Waldron: Blues for F.P.
Way In.
Cecil Taylor: Bemsha Swing.
Indent: Second Layer.
Cecil Taylor: After All.
Bud Powell: Monopoly.
John’s Abbey.
Buster Rides Again.
Bud Powell: Un Poco Loco.
Paul Bley: Mr. Joy. {Turning Point}

A sampler/primer of some of the greats. Some neglected gems. Some masterworks. Some __________.

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Cecil Taylor Instrumentalists Jazz John Coltrane Lee Morgan Music music videos Roland Kirk

The Jazzes.

“Untitled”: Rick Olson; Mark Henderson.
Transition: John Coltrane.
Equinox: John Coltrane
Coltrane/Miles 1960. Bye Bye, Blackbird.
Coltrane w/Miles 1960: All Blues. Amsterdam.
John Coltrane: Spiritual {w/Dolphy}.
1960: All Blues: Miles Davis/John Coltrane Quintet. Stockholm.
Compassion: John Coltrane.
Roland Kirk: No Tonic Pres
Roland Kirk: Rip, Rig, and Panic.
Cecil Taylor: Live in Bologna. 1988
Abdullah Ibrahim: African Dawn.
Pools. Michael Brecker.
Ben Webster: Sunday.
Charlie Parker: Anthropology.
Yusef Lateef: See Line Woman.
Kongsberg: Yusef Lateef.
Mr. Joy: Paul Bley.
Paul Bley: Mr. Joy. from Turning Point. 1975.
Henry Threadgill: I Can’t Wait Till I Get Home.
The Sidewinder: Lee Morgan with Joe Henderson.
Herbie Nichols: The Gig.
Dollar Brand: The Moon.
Dollar Brand: Tintinaya.
Lew Tabackin: Jitterbug Waltz.
Viper’s Drag: Fats Waller.
Julius Hemphill: The Hard Blues.
Albert Ayler: Spirits {from Spiritual Unity}
Just B: Henry Threadgill.

Titans of improvised music display their immense powers.

Pat Martino: The Great Stream.
Valse Hot: Sonny Rollins, Clifford Brown.
Coltrane/Hartman: They Say It’s Wonderful.
Miles Davis: The Leap. Blue Note.
Ray’s Idea: Miles Davis {alt take}.
Lee Morgan {with Jackie McLean}: Miss Nettie B.
Leon Thomas: Song for my Father.
David Murray: Abel’s Blissed Out Blues.
David Murray: Spooning.
Mal Waldron: Blues for FP.
John’s Abbey: Bud Powell.
Julius Hemphill: Dogon A.D.
Herbie Nichols: The Spinning Song.
Go Power: Arnett Cobb, and the great Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis.
Planet Earth: Adderley/Lateef sextet.
Leon Thomas : One.
One For Eric: Jack Dejohnette ensemble, w/David Murray.
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Cecil Taylor Hand Usage Jazz music videos photography Poetry

The Cecil Taylor.

1) D Trad, That’s What.
1) Bemsha Swing.
Live, in Bologna.
Azure.
Chinampas. Track 5.
After All.

The astonishing Cecil Taylor.

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Jazz John Coltrane

The John Coltrane.

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Coltrane - First Meditations

 

Other Village Vanguard Tapes I
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So What {Live in Copenhagen}.

Transition.

Spiritual.

All Blues {Live in Stockholm}.

So What {Live in Stockholm}.

Out of This World.

Cosmos.

Compassion.

Liberia.

Equinox.

Naima {Live}

Amen.

Mr. P.C.

Your Lady.

 

Miles and Coltrane Stockholm 1960

 

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John Coltrane - Live at Birdland

John Coltrane - Coltrane's Sound

 

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