1959 8mm film tour of the Fender Guitar factory by Forrest White. Leo Fender is in the second shot. All the instruments were hand-crafted and every guitar made that year is now worth a small fortune.
On Sunday, December 8, 1957, CBS broadcast Sound Of Jazz, bringing together 32 leading jazz musicians for an hour-long tribute to the genre.
Mary Lou Williams performs The Man I Love at the Montreux Jazz Festival on July 16, 1978.
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.
James Brown performs his classic song Get Up (I Feel Like Being A) Sex Machine in concert at Montreux.
Music video for Call Me When You Need Me by T-Bone Walker with Shakey Jake on vocals.
A studio recording of the Fletcher Henderson Orchestra performing Twelfth Street Rag. Henderson was an American pianist, bandleader, arranger and composer.