An example of how a new Trombone Shorty fan discovered his music from hearing a brief clip of a song on air without knowing the artist’s name.
On Sunday, December 8, 1957, CBS broadcast Sound Of Jazz, bringing together 32 leading jazz musicians for an hour-long tribute to the genre.
Banksy by Gary Burton, inspired by the street artist Banksy.
Mary Lou Williams performs The Man I Love at the Montreux Jazz Festival on July 16, 1978.
The McCoy Tyner Trio (McCoy Tyner on piano, Avery Sharpe on bass,
Aaron Scott on drums) perform Monk’s Dream in 1989, with an appearance by George Benson.
Dr. Jazz was recorded by Jelly Roll Morton and His Red Hot Peppers for Victor Records on December 16, 1926.
Lee Morgan performs Moanin’ on television in 1961, accompanied by Oscar Peterson, Ed Thigpen, and Ray Brown.
Hank Mobley performs the title track from the Soul Station album.
The Paul Motian Quintet perform How Deep Is The Ocean on July 8, 1995, at the Umbria Jazz Festival in Italy.
The studio recording of the great Grant Green song Sookie Sookie from the album Blue Break Beats.