Blues legend Mississippi John Hurt performs You Got To Walk That Lonesome Valley on a sixties-era television show.
Mary Lou Williams performs The Man I Love at the Montreux Jazz Festival on July 16, 1978.
Dr. Jazz was recorded by Jelly Roll Morton and His Red Hot Peppers for Victor Records on December 16, 1926.
The New York Philharmonic performs John Philip Sousa’s patriotic march, The Stars & Stripes Forever.
Music video for Call Me When You Need Me by T-Bone Walker with Shakey Jake on vocals.
Cross Road Blues by Delta Blues singer Robert Johnson was released on a 78 RPM record in 1937.
A studio recording of the Fletcher Henderson Orchestra performing Twelfth Street Rag. Henderson was an American pianist, bandleader, arranger and composer.
Les Paul & Mary Ford perform How High the Moon on a television show during the 1950s.
Studio recording of Honeysuckle Rose by Frankie Trumbauer.
In the summer of 1982 The Hot Antic Jazz Band played a concert in the town of Uzes just west of Avignon in the southern part of France and alto jazz legend Benny Waters joined them.