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Top > SongTrellis - Music And Musical Know-How For You > Video links - interesting music videos found around the Web
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Miles Davis and John Coltrane playing "So What" from "The Sound Of Miles Davis"
Coleman Hawkins and Charlie Parker jam session
Coleman Hawkins 1962. A 30 minute performance. This video starts with a masterful, unaccompanied tenor solo by Hawkins
John Coltrane and Stan Getz - "Rifftide". "Rifftide" is a jump piece by Coleman Hawkins (and probably Thelonious Monk" since Hawkins played this while Monk was his pianist The melody is nearly identical to Monk's "Hackensack"). This was recorded as part of a Jazz at the Philharmonic presentation in Europe in 1960.
John Coltrane and Eric Dolphy - "Impresions" (!961). Impressions is the melody that Coltrane played on the "So What" chord changes at a much faster tempo.
John Coltrane -I Want To Talk About You (1962)
John Coltrane Quartet - "A Love Supreme" - the end of the "Acknowledgement" section and beginning of the "Resolution" section, July 26, 1965. On this page from the website for Ashley Khan's book about "A Love Supreme", there is a link to video of about 2 minutes of Coltrane's performance of "A Love Supreme" that night. Supposedly twelve minutes of video still survive.
John Coltrane Quartet - "Blue Waltz", Juan les Pins, Antibes, France, July 27, 1965. This is a version of "Ascension" arranged for the quartet.
John Coltrane - "Untitled-Vigil", Comblain La Tour, Belgium, 8/1/1965. Coltrane recorded "Vigil" as a saxophone/drum duet with Elvin Jones in the studio about six weeks before this performance, This is the only video I know of that shows Coltrane going into battle with his drummer like this. McCoy Tyner joins after 5 minutes with a marvelous piano solo. Coltrane has replaced the first half of the "Vigil" with a newly composed melody which leads into the second half of the "Vigil" melody.
John Coltrane Quartet performing Naima, Comblain La Tour, Belgium, 8/1/1965. It must have been a chilly night. Water vapor is billowing off of Elvin Jones and Jimmy Garrison as they play.
John Coltrane Quintet with Eric Dolphy - My Favorite Things (1961).
John Coltrane Quartet-My Favorite Things,Comblain La Tour, Belgium, 8/1/1965. The band has performed the piece several hundred times since the 1961 video was recorded.
John Coltrane Quartet performing Afro-Blue on Ralph Gleason's Jazz Casual program, 1963
John Coltrane Quartet - "Alabama" from Jazz Casual program, 1963
Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie - Hot House. Television performance early 1950s. They've just received their Downbeat awards for that year.
Sonny Rollins - The Bridge - video blog produced by Bret Primack. Shows Rollins playing an unaccompanied solo at a live concert and playing "The Bridge" during an early 1960's TV program. Also includes interview with Rollins talking about his early 1960's sabbatical during which he practiced on the Williamsburg Bridge in NYC.
Sonny Rollins and Jim Hall - God Bless The Child
Sonny Rollins - Tenor Madness -Scottsdale, Arizona - November, 2006
Sonny Rollins - Weaver of Dreams (1959)
Sonny Rollins , Don Cherry, Billy Higgins and Henry Grimes - 52nd Street Theme
Sonny Rollins - "G-Man", Saugerties, New York -from the film "Saxophone Colossus"
Sonny Rollins' percussionist Kimati Dinizulu - Rollins speaks briefly about Kimati followed by video showing Rollins trading ideas with him in a concert April 8, 2006. The tune is Serenade.
Dexter Gordon - Night In Tunisia (1964)
Dexter Gordon - Loose Walk (1964). Also listed as The Blues Walk, written by Sonny Stitt. Dexter at his most insouicant.
Dexter Gordon - Those Were The Days, Copenhagen Denmark, 1971. With Kenny Drew and Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen. Video starts with Dexter practicing in the dressing room. The camera follows behind him downstairs to the stage.
Miles Davis Quintet (with Shorter, Hancock, Carter, Williams) performs "So What", September 11, 1964 - This is the first recording made by this band on record or film
Miles Davis - All Blues - Steve Allen Show September 11,1964
Miles Davis - "No Blues", Steve Allen Show September 11,1964
Miles Davis - "Joshua" - Live at Teatro Dell'Arte, Milano 10/11/1964
Miles Davis Quintet (with Shorter, Hancock, Carter, Williams) - Footprints
Miles Davis Quintet performs "Agitation" on Deutsche Welle, 1967
Miles Davis Quintet - "Agitation" - Stockholm, Sweden 1967, part 1
Miles Davis Quintet - Round Midnight - Stockholm, Sweden, 1967 part 2
Miles Davis Quintet - "Spanish Key"- Live at Antibes Jazz Festival 1969 with Wayne Shorter, Chick Corea, David Hoiland, and Jack DeJohnette
Miles Davis Quintet - "Bitches Brew" -Copenhagen, 1969 part 1
"Miles Davis Quintet - Copenhagen 1969 part 2 -end of "Bitches Brew", first part of "Agitation"
Miles Davis Quintet - Copenhagen, 1969 part 3- last part of "Agitation" -Wayne Shorter soprano sax solo then Chick Corea - first part of "I Fall In Love To Easily"
Miles Davis Quintet - "Sanctuary" - Copenhagen 1969, pt 4
Miles Davis Quintet - Copenhagen 1969 pt. 5 free-form
Miles Davis Quintet- Copenhagen 1969 pt. 6 free-form, "It's About That Time"
Miles Davis - "Miles Chases The Voodoo Down"- Miles Davis Quintet featuring Wayne Shorter,Chick Corea, Dave Holland, Jack De Johnette. Teatro Sistina Rome, October 27 1969.
Miles Davis - Live at the Teatro Sistina Rome, October 27 1969.part 2
Miles Davis - "Tutu", live performance from 1989 with Marcus Miller playing bass, Kenny Garrett, flute, and David Sanborn, alto saxophone. From the program "Night Music with David Sanborn" for which Miller was the musical director.
Miles Davis - "Mr. Pastorius". One of the few recordings of Miles playing unmuted, non-electronically processed trumpet in the years before his death. Great alto sax solo by Kenny Garrett. This is from the 1989 "Night Music With David Sanborn" performance.
First 9 minutes from "Ascenseur pour L'Echafaud", the Louis Malle film, for which Miles Davis improvised the soundtrack.
Charlie Parker, Coleman Hawkins and Buddy Rich - Studio Scenes
Thelonious Monk Quartet performing Blue Monk in Oslo, mid-1960s
Thelonious Monk and Charlie Rouse - "Rhythm-a-ning"
Thelonious Monk and Dizzy Gillespie with The Giants of Jazz - Round Midnight, Prague, 1971. Diz is playing his Dizzy-bell trumpet with a Harmon mute during his solo. Sony Stitt, Kai Windig, Al McKibbon and Art Blakey are the other band members.
Phineas Newborn Jr. - Oleo
Phineas Newborn Jr. - Lush Life
Stan Getz - Lush Life
Stan Getz with Mary Lou Williams - Lush Life. At the Nice Jazz Festival in 1988. This time a meditative duet.
Stan Getz with Kenny baron, Alex Blake and Terri Lyne Carrington - Seven Steps To Heaven
Stan Getz in Montreux - CanÁ„o do Sol
Stan Getz - "I Remember April". With pianist Jim McNeeley, bassist George Mraz, and drummer Victor Lewis
Stan Getz - I Can't Get Started
Stan Getz - On Green Dolphin Street
Stan Getz - O Grande Amor
Stan Getz and Chet Baker- "Sippin At Bells"
David Holland Quintet - with trumpeter Kenny Wheeler and drummer Smitty Smith
Clark Terry and Phil Woods with Fancy Free - "Ornithology'
Clark Terry and Phil Woods with Fancy Free - Undecided
Clark Terry and Phil Woods with Fancy Free - Straight No Chaser
Quincy Jones - Live in 1960
Quincy Jones Big Band 1960 with Phil Woods - "Gypsy" and "Tickle Toe"
Quincy Jones - Story behind his 1960 Big Band
Dizzy Gillespie Reunion Big Band 1968 - Things To Come
Charles Mingus jazz Workshop - Booker Ervin and Eric Dolphy trading fours on I'll Remember April from the Antibes Jazz Festival, Juan-Les-Pins, France July 13, 1960
Wes Montgomery - "Full House"
Wes Montgomery - Impressions
Wes Montgomery - "Round Midnight:"
Wes Montgomery - Yesterdays
Wes Montgomery with Johnny Griffin - Blue Monk (1965)
Wes Montgomery- Blue Grass (1965)
Wes Montgomery with the Pim Jacobs Trio
Pat Martino - "Four On Six"
Pat Martino - "Heartstrings"
Elvin Jones with Joe Farrell - "For Heavens Sake"
Joe Venuti - I Want To Be Happy
Joe Venuti - Sweet Georgia Brown
Coleman Hawkins and Sweets Edison - "Centerpiece"
Milton Nascimento - "Maria Maria". Live performance at S.O.B s in NYC
Chico Buarque & Milton Nascimento (1976) -O QUE SER¡
CanÁ„o Da AmÈrica - Milton Nascimento
Milton Nascimento e Chico Buarque - O Cio de Terra
Milton Nascimento and Simone Bittencourt de Oliveira - "Cais"
Simone, Chico Buarque e Milton Nascimento - O Que Ser·, Que Ser·
Milton Nascimento - Vendedor dos Sonhos. With Paul Simon
Sei l·, Mangueira - Simone Bittencourt de Oliveira
Se Acaso VocÍ Chegasse - Simone
Samba do Grande Amor - Simone
Ravi Shankar and Alla Rakha - Raga Bhimpalasi
Anoushka Shankar - Eiectronic Press Release
Norah Jones - "Seven Years". Norah is Ravi's daughter and Anoushka's half-sister.
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Party - "Akhian Udeek Diyah"
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and paty - A complete concert recorded in London, 1 hour 53 minutes long. Mind-blowingly great singing! The songs are 1. Shams ud Doha Badrud Doja 2. Kehna Ghalat Ghalat Chupana Sahi Sahi 3. Nit Khair Mangan Sohniya Mein Teri 4. Kali Kali Zulfon ke Phanday na Daalo
Nina Kaur Virdee - vocal performance
Lee Morgan soloing on A Night in Tunisia with Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers
Lee Morgan soloing on "Blue March" with Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers
Lee Morgan soloing on "Are You Real?" with Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers
Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers - "Blues March". This has the head melody, a solo by Wayne Shorter a drum break by Blakey, and Lee Morgan's solo
Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers - Dat Dere - The composer of the tune, Bobby Timmons, is the pianist. Wayne Shorter is the tenor saxophonist and Lee Morgan is the trumpeter. This is the best performance of the song I've ever heard.
Wynton Marsalis - Cherokee
Freddie Hubbard and Woody Shaw performing "Desert Moonlight" in Japan
Woody Shaw - "Cool Struttin'"
Freddie Hubbard - The Night Has a Thousand Eyes
Howard McGee - Ornithology trumpet solo. Excellent bebop choruses
Howard McGee - "Parker's Mood"
Clark Terry and His Big Bad Band - Take the A Train
Clark Terry and His Big Bad Band - a plunger muted blues solo
Charles Mingus Sextet in Oslo(1964) - "So Long, Eric". Solos by Charles Mingus, Danny Richmond and Eric Dolphy
Charles Mingus Quintet(1974) - "Flowers For A Lady".
Horace Silver - "Senor Blues" (1959)
Benny Goodman - "Roll Em" (1942)
Kenny Garrett - alto solo with Miles Davis. Miles is holding his miked trumpet at the bell of Kenny's alto to provide amplification
Cannonball and Nat Adderley - Straight No Chaser (1974)
Nat Adderley with Cannonball's band - Jive Samba
Herbie Hancock, Pat Metheny, Dave Holland and Jack DeJohnette - "Canteloupe Island"
YouTube - Herbie Hancock & The Headhunters - Chameleon live 1974
Pat Metheny guitar solo during a Joni Mitchell concert
Joni Mitchell - "Coyote". Accompanied by Jaco Pastorius, Pat Metheny and Don Alias
Joni Mitchell - Goodbye Porkpie Hat - her lyric is set to the head melody of Mingus' tune and melody of Booker Ervin's tenor saxophone from the "Mingus Ah Um" album. Accompanied by Pat Metheny, Jaco Pastorius, and Mike Brecker. Goodbye Porkpie Hat was Mingus's memorial for Lester Young, written a few days after Lester died.
Lester Young - Studio Scenes -accompanied by Hank Jones, Ray Brown and Buddy Rich.
Jammin The Blues by Gjon Milli - features Lester Young, Illinois Jacquet, Sweets Edison, Jo Jones and other greats
Nat King Cole singing Sweet Lorraine accompanied by Oscar Petersen Trio with Coleman Hawkins
Duke Ellington Orchestra plays Cottontail for Whitey's Lindyhoppers
Duke Ellington Orchestra from the 1940's playing a filmed concert: Mood Indigo, Sophisticated Lady, It Don't Mean A Thing Without That Swing, Don't get Around Much Anymore. Soloists include Ellington, Jimmy Blanton, Ray Nance, Tricky Sam Nanton, Rex Stewart, Ben Webster, Johnny Hodges
Duke Ellington Orchestra - "Take The 'A' Train" - trumpet solo by Ray Nance
Duke Ellington Orchestra trickles in to play "C Jam Blues (Duke's Place)"
Duke Ellington Orchestra- Satin Doll
Duke Ellington - "Kind Of Dukish"
Yehudi Menuhin plays unaccompanied Bach - "Chaconne in D minor"
Irvy Gitlis - "Bartok Solo Violin Sonata"
Jean-Pierre Rampal plays for birds on "The Muppet Show"
Andres Segovia - "Manuel de Falla - Homenaje Le tombeau de Claude Debussy"
Tosheff Piano Duo - "excerpts from Bartok - Sonata For Two Pianos And Percussion, 1st movement"
Janine Jansen - "Bartok - Romanian Dances" - live from Prinsengrachtconcert Amsterdam 2005 (Amsterdam Princes Canal Concert)
Claude Debussy - "Claire de Lune" - video is a kind of score animation
Art Tatum in 1954 - Yesterdays
Art Tatum All Stars with Tommy Dorsey - "Art's Blues"
Cecil Taylor - solo piano 1980
Bill Evans Trio in 1972 - Gloria's Step
Bill Evans Trio in 1965 - If You Could See Me Now
Bill Evans Trio in 1965 - Elsa
Bill Evans Trio in 1965 - Waltz For Debbie
Bill Evans Trio in 1965 - Beautiful Love
Bill Evans - Nardis
Keith Jarrett - solo concert at the Perugia Jazz Festival, pt. 1
Keith Jarrett - solo concert at the Perugia Jazz Festival, pt. 2
Keith Jarrett - Tokyo '84 solo concert encore-one of his best performances recorded on video
Keith Jarrett Trio performs Autumn Leaves
Keith Jarrett Trio performs a gospelish original in 1985
Keith Jarrett Trio - featuring Jack DeJohnette
Chick Corea - "Influences" section from his "Keyboard Workshop" video. He performs an improvisation using ideas from Paco deLucia's flamenco music, then plays John Coltrane's Giant Steps and Bud Powell's Celia.
Wes Montgomery plays "Full House"
Wes Montgomery performs Round Midnight
Wes Montgomery plays Impressions
Wes Montgomery - The Boy Next Door
Wes Montgomery - Here's That Rainy Day
Wes Montgomery - "Last Of The Wine", 1965
Wes Montgomery with Johnny Griffin and Martial Solal Trio in 1965- Blue Monk
Wes Montgomery with Martial Solal Trio and horn section in 1965 - "Blue Grass"
Pat Metheny - "Lone Jack", Live at Montreux, 1999
Pat Metheny and Ulf Wakenius - "Farmer's Trust"
George Benson - All Blues/John McLaughlin - "In A Silent Way" - from a Miles Davis tribute program. George plays, leaves the stage, and McLaughlin is introduced. I think it's George Duke who runs the backing band and makes the introductions to the audience.
Grant Green - playing a blues at a guitar summit that includes Kenny Burrell and Barney Kessel
Joe Pass - All The Things You Are
Joe Pass - "Blues For Sitges"
Barney Kessel - Black Orpheus
Kenny Burrell - "Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most"
Martial Solal Trio - "Green Dolphin Street", 1965
The Bill Frisell Band - "Little Brother Bobby" (1990)
Bill Frisell -"Shenadoah" 4/14/2004
Bill Frisell Bandon "Night Music"
Bill Frisell - "Just Like A Woman"
Bill Frisell Band - "1968", 7/1/2006 Salzau, Germany
Naked City - "Strange Cargo"
Max Roach Quintet (Booker Little, George Coleman, Ray Draper) plays "Minor Mode Blues"
Max Roach Quintet plays "The Scene Is Clean"
Kenny Clarke with Lucky Thompson
Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Stanley Clarke and Omar Hakim perform Footprints, Live in Montreaux, 1991
Herbie Hancock, Freddie Hubbard, Joe Henderson, Ron Carter, Tony Williams - "Canteloupe Island"
Michel Petrucciani, Gary Peacock and Roy Haynes - "One For Us"
Charle Lloyd, Michel Petrucciani, Cecil McBee and jack De Johnette-"Tone Poem"
Charles Lloyd - Lotus Blossom with Geri Allen, John Abercrombie, Marc Johnson, and Billy Hart playing Strayhorn's ballad
Charles Lloyd and Billy Higgins
Weather Report - medley: "Seventh Arrow" and "Umbrellas". This is the band's first edition with Miroslav Vitous playing bass and Alphonse Mouzon drumming. Dom Um Romao is the percussionist.
Weather Report - "Black Market" and "Scarlet Woman"
John McLaughlin and Bireli Lagrene playing All Blues on a French interview show
John McLaughlin, LaBeque Duo, Trilok Gurtu tour video - begins with Thelonious Monk's "Rhythm-A-ning", followed by John McLaughlin's "Brise de Couer", and Adolfo Berios "Polka"
John McLaughlin and Trilok Gurtu - "Pasha's Love"
Jonas Heilborg and Trilok Gurtu duet
Mahavishnu Orchestra - "Lotus On Irish Streams"
Mahavishnu Orchestra - "You Know You Know"
Mahavishnu IV - "The Flight Of The Falcon"
John McLaughlin - Billy Cobham - Hellborg
John McLaughlin & Jonas Hellborg-Are You The One?
Herbie Hancock performs Eye Of The Hurricane with Ron Carter and Billy Cobham
John Scofield, Joe Lovano and John Riley improvise on Wabash Cannonball changes
John Scofield-Pat Metheny Quartet plays "You Speak My Language" in Stuttgart, 1994
Joshua Redman, Brian Blade and Sam Yahel play "Jazz Crimes" at a performance by the Joshua Redman Elastic Band
Delfeayo Marsalis - trombone solo on "Duke's Place"
Branford Marsalis, Harry Connick Jr with other New Orleans musicians - Bringing The Music Back To New Orleans - they play "Royal Garden Blues", "Didn't He Ramble", Black And Blue outdoors in a flood damaged neighborhood in the 9th Ward
Dave Liebman plays "My Favoorite Things" on tenor sax
Bobby McFerrin solo singing "Drive" during one his conducting gigs
Bobby McFerrin singing Fascinating Rhythm with audience participation
Bobby McFerrin, YoYo Ma, Mark OConnor, Edgar Meyer - "Hush, Little Baby"
Elis Regina and Tom Jobim perform "¡guas de MarÁo" on Brazilian TV in 1974
Elis Regina at the Montreux Festival sings a medley of Milton Nascimento songs (Ponta de Areia", "FÈ cega, faca amolada" and "Maria, Maria")
Elis Regina, Milton Nascimento and Fernado Brant - singing Milton's "Caxanga"
Elis Regina sings Nascimento's "CanÁ„o da America"
Elis Regina sings "Como Nossos Pais" on Brazilian TV
Elis Regina - "Atras da Porta"
Frank Sinatra and Antonio Carlos Jobim in 1967 - Medley: Corcovado, "Change Partners", I Concentrate On You, "Girl From Ipanema"
Djavan - Oceano
Ivan Lins - "ComeÁar de Novo (The Island)"
Gilberto Gil and Stevie Wonder - Desafinado
Caetano Veloso - "Sozinho"
Caetano Veloso - "Samba de verao"
Chico Buarque and Caetano Veloso - "Com AÁucar Com Afeto" and "Esse Cara"
Caetano Veloso and Sandy - "Sampa"
Maria Beth‚nia - "Anos Dourados"
Maria Beth‚nia - "Olhos nos Olhos"
Tom Ze - "Xiquexique" - video
Chico Buarque -"ConstruÁ„o"
Chico Buarque and Tom Jobim - "Sabia"
Chico Buarque and Djavan - "Samba do grande amor" and "A Rosa"
Chico Buarque - "Valsinha"
Chico Buarque and Ney Matogrosso - "Ate o Fim"
Aretha Franklin - "Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody" - as a teenager on the "Shindig" program in the early 60's. She's playing piano and swinging like mad.
Aretha Franklin - "Night Life" - Aretha is a just a baby on this
Aretha Franklin - "Groovin' on a Sunday Afternoon" - young Aretha on this also
Aretha Franklin - "Respect". 1990. Her singing is glorious, she looks great, she's in a great mood and dancing! There's a shot of Quincy Jones' rockin' in the audience. Give this woman the repect she so richly deserves!
Aretha Franklin - "I Never Loved A Man" - from 1993
Ray Charles - Georgia On My Mind
Stevie Wonder, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Jody Watley - Superstition - there's so much energy on this that they're nearly levitating by the end of it
James Brown - "Please, Please, Please"
James Brown - "Out Of Sight"
James Brown Band Live - late 60's and early 70's from a Japanese documentary
James Brown - Olympia Theatre 1971
Bob Marley - "Stir It Up" - young Bob in the studio with the Wailers
Bob Marley - "Get Up, Stand Up"
Bob Marley - " No Woman, No Cry"
Fontella Bass - "Rescue Me", 1965. I was trying to find video of Fontella's future husband, trumpeter Lester Bowie, and found this instead.
Djembe Abdoulaye Dununba - this seems to be an djembe jam recorded in Africa. Someone dropped this on Youtube with no explanation
Ilu Aye - "Obatala" video
Ilu Aye - "Mayaquez"
Ilu Aye - "Tabaco"
Trilok Gurtu - interview and performance at Zildjian Day in 1993
Gamelan Gong Kebyar Lelambatan; Odalan Pengosekan
Celia Cruz with the Fania All Stars
Oscar d'Leon - "Iloraras"
Fania All Stars - "Ponte Duro"
Music video for "Superstar Pt. 2" by K-OS
Dinah Washington singing All of Me from the Newport Jazz Festival 1958. Her dress wraps her like a package!
Ella Fitzgerald singing Summertime
Ella Fitzgerald with Duke Ellington Orchestra - Mack The Knife
Ella Fitzgerald with Duke Ellington - Don't Get Around Much Anymore (1968)
Ella Fitzgerald - Lover Man
Ella Fitgerald with the Tommy Flanagan Trio - Misty
Ella Fitzgerald with Count Basie in 1979 - Honeysuckle Rose
Ella Fitzgerald and Nat King Cole singing It's All Right With Me
Roy Eldridge and Ella Fitzgerald - It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) - great scat singing by Ella
Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington - Lush Life
Sarah Vaughan in 1951 - "You're Not The Kind"
Sarah Vaughan - Over The Rainbow
Sarah Vaughan at the Apollo 1985 - starts with a clip of young Sarah doing The Nearness Of You. Sarah of 1985 sings Body And Soul and then invites Billy Eckstein onstage to do "Dedicated To You".
Billie Holiday singing with Louis Armstrong's Orchestra
Carmen McCrae - Body And Soul, Mt. Fuji Jazz Festival, 8/30/1988
Mahalia Jackson - "Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho"
Earl Scruggs and Doc Watson perform "John Hardy" - they're outdoors playing in someone's garden
Bill Monroe - "Uncle Pen" - Live at the Grand Ole Opry
Magic Sam playing the blues
Reverend Gary Davis performing "Children of Zion"
Lightnin' Hopkins singing a blues
Muddy Waters singing "Long Distance Call"
Muddy Waters performing "Mannish Boy"
Young Muddy Waters singing "Got My Mojo Working"
Albert King at the Fillmore East 1970
Albert Collins - "Iceman"
Ali Farka Toure in Mali with Taj Mahal
Aphex Twin video for "Nannou"
Aphex Twin video for "Alberto Balsam" Warning: imagery is very disturbing.
Aphex Twin video for "Donkey Rhubarb"
Zero 7 performing "Home" on ABC television, 2004. Vocalist is Tina Dico.
Zero 7 performing "Somersault" on ABC television, 2004. Vocalists are Sia Furler and Tina Dico.
Julie Delpy - "A Waltz for A Night" from the film "Before Sunset". She's singing to Ethan Hawke.
Ruben Blades - Caminando
Erykah Badu's music video for "On And On"
Jimi Hendrix in Sweden performing "Red House"
Jimi Hendrix Isle Of Wight Festival 1970 performance of "Machine Gun"
Stevie Ray Vaughan - "Little Wing"
Derek Trucks guitar solo
Derek Trucks - "Sahib Teri Bandi/Maki Madni" - these are two qawaali tunes that Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan sang. They work exceptionally well on slide guitar. This is recorded on Trucks' album "Songlines"
Derek Trucks in Austin, Texas 4/23/05
Derek Trucks -rippin' off a slide guitar solo - Austin, Texas 4/23/05
Grateful Dead - "Viola Lee Blues", 1967 - from the Monterey Pop Festival, 6/18/67
Grateful Dead - guests on "Playboy After Dark" in 1969- Hefner interviews a young and chipper Jerry Garcia followed by a performance of "St. Stephen". Watch Jerry cheerfully sass Hefner after a series of lame questions about hippies.
Grateful Dead - Dark Star Part 1 - 10-9-1989 in Hampton, VA.
Grateful Dead - Dark Star Part 1I - 10-9-1989 in Hampton, VA.
Excerpt from Bertrand Travenier's film Round Midnight. Dexter Gordon as the film's main character, Dale Turner, performs As Time Goes By, accompanied by Herbie Hancock, John McLaughlin, Pierre Michelot and Billy Higgins
Elvin Jones drum solo from Swiss concert, 1991
Elvin Jones - drum solo from the mvie "Zacharaiah"
Art Blakey drum solo
Tony Williams drum solo, 1967
Papa Jo Jones drum solo with Jazz At The Philharmonic
Roy Haynes - trading fours with Chick Corea on a performance of Tempus Fugit from the DVD "Chick Corea and Friends Live: Remembering Bud Powell"
Alphonse Mouzon and Airto Moreira percussion duet - from a concert by the first edition of the band Weather Report (Wayne Shorter, Joe Zawinul, Miroslav Vitous, Airto, Mouzon)
Bootsy Collins, Maceo Parker, Kush, Fred Wesley, Kush, Mudbone, Starchile, Kidd Funkadelic, some of James Brown's best alumni, blowing at a club
Led Zepplin - Whole Lotta Love live
The Who - "Pinball Wizard" - Pete Townsend is on fire on this!
The Who -" A Quick One, While He's Away"
The Who - "Won't Get Fooled Again"
The Beatles - "Revolution"
The Beatles - "Get Back" - concert on the rooftop
The Beatles - "All You Need Is Love"
The Beatles - Hey Jude
The Beatles - "Twist and Shout"
The Beatles - Live in Germany (1966)
The Beatles -"A Hard Day's Night"
The Beatles -"Help!"
The Beatles - Day Tripper
The Beatles - "Hello Goodbye"
The Beatles - I Feel Fine (dead)
The Beatles - Lady Madonna
The Beatles - "Paperback Writer"
The Beatles - "Strawberry Fields Forever"
The Beatles - "She Loves You" - Live in Manchester, 1963
The Beatles - "Twist And Shout"
The Beatles - "It Won't Be Long"
The Beatles - "i Saw Her Standing There"
The Beatles - "Rain"
The Beatles - Yesterday
Cream - "I Feel Free"
Frank Zappa -"Stevie's Spanking:
Pearl Jam - "Jeremy"
Pearl Jam - "Grievance". Performance on the David Letterman Show
Pearl Jam - "Do The Evolution"
Pearl Jam - "Wishlist"
Carlos Santana - "Black Magic Woman"
Crosby, Stills and Nash at Woodstock - "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes"
Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young - Long Time Gone
Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young with Joni Mitchell - "Helpless"
Joni Mitchell - "Raised On Robbery"
Joni Mitchell and Jaco Pastorius - "Hejira"
Jeff Beck - "Star Cycle" with Jan Hammer
Sting - "If I Ever"
Sting - "Fields of Gold"
Sting - "Brand New Day"
Michael Jackson with "The Jacksons" - "Show You The Way To Go" in 1977 - Michael before face-processing showing off his dance moves
French documentary on "The Band"
Bob Dylan - Tangled Up In Blue (1975)
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