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Giant Steps

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Label: Capri Records
Released: 2019
Duration: 03:16

NEWS: TV / FILM

The Bebop Channel Expands As 'Official Television Network Of Harlem'—Seeks Content Submissions

The Bebop Channel Expands As 'Official Television Network Of Harlem'—Seeks Content Submissions

The BeBop Channel, the first TV station focused solely on jazz culture is expanding programming to brand itself the 'Official Television Network of Harlem'. The BeBop Channel (beboptv.com), the first television station focused solely on jazz culture, which launched in December 2018, is expanding its programming to brand itself the 'Official Television Network of Harlem' and ...

MUSICIAN Born:

Victor Dey Jr.

Victor Dey Jr - named after his father - is a Ghanaian Jazz pianist, composer, producer, arranger and … teacher. Together with his partner in crime, saxophone player {{m: Bernard Ayisa = 117027}}, he is the driving force behind the growing Jazz scene in Ghana’s capital Accra with new talents emerging under their inspirational guidance. Dey started nurturing his talent from a very early age onwards, as his father insisted he learned music keeping him away from distractions as TV and Games. Music has always ruled his life, for as long as he can remember. Dey has become somewhat of a celebrity in Ghana and even outside

NEWS: TV / FILM

The Bebop Channel Launches Aiming to Disrupt Traditional Jazz Media

The Bebop Channel Launches Aiming to Disrupt Traditional Jazz Media

The first television station focused solely on jazz culture launched this week; The BeBop Channel is an OTT channel available at beboptv.com and on Amazon Prime Video. The channel, identified as “Jazz – Hip Hop all Grown Up”, was created out of the realization that jazz lovers are relegated to PBS-style documentaries if they have interest ...

VIDEO

Giant Steps

Featuring the music of Andy Quin
Duration: 4:54

Andy Quin improvises on John Coltrane's Giant Steps Live in concert at Cadogan Hall, London.

VIDEO

Giant Steps

Featuring the music of Billy Drummond
Duration: 7:37

VIDEO

Giant Steps

Featuring the music of Betty Carter
Duration: 9:58

Live with Geri Allen

Live in Miami with Flip Phillips

Label: Giant Step Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Lover, Come Back to Me; Topsy; Undecided; Broadway; Jumpin

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Buddy Rich: Live in Miami with Flip Phillips

Read "Live in Miami with Flip Phillips" reviewed by Nic Jones

Rich's work was arguably one dimensional and these two live dates, captured for the ages from 1954 and 1957, set out a case in favor of that argument as persuasive as any. Rich, as was his vocation, is all over his drums on everything here, his extrovert nature in harness to a musical sensibility seemingly too ...

VIDEO

Giant Steps

Featuring the music of Kenny Garrett
Duration: 10:49

From a performance at the 1997 Montreux Jazz Festival. Kenny Garrett (alto sax) Kenny Kirkland (piano) Nat Reeves (bass) Jeff "Tain" Watts (drums)


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