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.
Jimmie Lunceford and his Dance Orchestra with The Three Brown Jacks and Myra Johnson perform a medley of Rhythm Coming to Life Again, Rhythm Is Our Business, You Can’t Pull the Wool Over My Eyes, Moonlight on the Ganges, Nagasaki, Jazznochracy. Directed by Joseph Henabery.
Teddy Wilson plays Undecided a concert in London in 1967 as part of a Norman Granz Jazz at the Philharmonic performance; he is accompanied by Louie Bellson on drums and Bob Cranshaw on bass.
Famous soprano saxophonist Sidney Bechet plays his composition Premier Bal backed by French pianist Claude Bolling’s Orchestra.
Art Tatum, one of the greatest jazz pianists of all time, performs Yesterdays.
Doc Evans performs Singin’ The Blues with Chicago pianist Art Hodes in this program called Jazz Alley from 1968.
Doc Cheatham performs On The Sunny Side Of The Street.
Benny Carter performs Body And Soul by at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1977 accompanied by Ray Bryant on piano, Niels Pedersen on bass, and Jimmie Smith on drums.
Booker White performs Aberdeen Mississippi Blues.
A fan-made music video for Si Tu N’étais Pas Là By Fréhel using scenes from the movie Amelie, for which the song appears on the soundtrack.