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El Carretero

Featuring the music of Liga Latina
Duration: 8:22

Liga Latina performing "El Carretero" live at JazzHouse / Mungo Park Theater at the Jazz & Roots Festival 2020. Line-up includes: Mike Hecchi: vocal and flamenco guitar; Michell Boysen: double bass; Bo ’BoJo’ Johansen:: percussion; Theo Hjorth: piano; Jesper Riis: trumpet.
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Texture: The Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra meets AmByth Estates Zinfandel

Featuring the music of The Thad Jones-Mel Lewis Orchestra
Duration: 5:35

In the second tasting and listening adventure of the month, we explore texture in our ears and our palates through two great examples. Read Kristen's analysis of AmByth Estates Zinfandel (2014) and The Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra here.
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Body and Soul

Featuring the music of Ralph Hepola
Duration: 5:09

The great jazz ballad "Body and Soul" performed by tubaist Ralph Hepola with a world-class rhythm section: pianist Kyle Aho and drummer Marty Morrison, both of the Missouri State University Jazz Studies Faculty, along with bassist David Dove.
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Cosmos featuring Jeff Parker

Featuring the music of Dion Kerr
Duration: 9:03

Dion Kerr's second single, “Cosmos” from his BACE Records debut, “Ivy”, is a multi-movement piece with recurring melodies and evolving musical themes. Here Kerr uses an original composition from his days at Manhattan School of Music, deconstructing and recasting it into a 9-minute big band arrangement. Featuring Jeff Parker on guitar, the two crossed paths during his time at the Banff International Workshop for Improvised Music in Alberta, Canada curated by Vijay Iyer. That meeting resulted in Parker’s feature on “Cosmos”, where the two share their unique voices and weave together a colorful sonic tapestry. Staying true to his passion for experimental music, this piece showcases Kerr’s skill as he marries drum machine beats with cassette tape saturation.

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Future Sweet

Featuring the music of Chick Corea
Duration: 10:07

In celebration of the late, great Chick Corea (born June 12, 1941), "Future Sweet" is a collaboration featuring Béla Fleck, Vinnie Colaiuta, Carlitos Del Puerto and Gayle Moran Corea,
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MPS - The German Jazz Icon

Featuring the music of Oscar Peterson
Duration: 2:17

For some MPS might feel like a treasure trove that had to be dug up from the twilights of Germany’s Black Forest. With diversity, courage, and quality as the trademarks of the label, founder Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer achieved world-wide renown as Germany’s first jazz label. A Mecca for international jazz stars like Oscar Peterson, George Duke, The Singers Unlimited and a host of talented young European discoveries.
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Unboxing the Barney Wilen 'La Note Bleue' Limited Edition Deluxe Box Set

Featuring the music of Barney Wilen
Duration: 6:20

Exceptional unboxing in the company of Barney Wilen's son, Patrick Wilen, Jordi Soley, producer and head at Elemental Music Records, Satomi Wilen, Patrick Wilen's wife, Eric Mill, friend, and collaborator. Click here for more information.

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Jack McDuff: Live in Concert, 1964

Jack McDuff: Live in Concert, 1964

In 1964, organist Brother Jack McDuff appeared at the Antibes Jazz Festival in Juan-les-Pins, France. He was backed by Red Holloway (ts), George Benson (g) and Joe Dukes (d). Like all videos shot in France, the following concert video provides an up-close look at what made these artists exceptional. A special thanks to Chris Cowles of ...

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Miles Davis in Milan in Color, 1964

Miles Davis in Milan in Color, 1964

This clip will likely be familiar to you, but chances are you saw it in black and white. A couple of weeks ago, the footage was uploaded colorized. The concert featured the Miles Davis Quintet at the Teatro dell'Arte in Milan, Italy, on October 11th, 1964. When I saw it, thanks to Gilles D'Elia in Paris, ...

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Thelonious Monk Quartet: Jazz 625

Thelonious Monk Quartet: Jazz 625

My favorite Thelonious Monk quartet featured Charlie Rouse on tenor saxophone, Monk on piano, Larry Gales on bass and Ben Riley on drums. The group was recorded extensively on tour and in the studio from 1964 to 1968. On March 14,1965, they were at the Marquee Club in London before a live audience for the BBC2's ...


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