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B.S.Jazz Nov 14
Elvis Jones, Pleyel Room, Paris on November 6, 1968. Photo by Jean-Pierre Leloir
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B.S.Jazz Nov 12
Archie Shepp - Sophisticated Lady/from the album “The Impulse Story” (1966) Personnel: Archie Shepp (tenor saxophone), Ron Carter (bass), Roy Haynes (drums).
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B.S.Jazz Nov 11
Trumpeter Hannibal Marvin Peterson was born November 11, 1948. Soul Brother [In Dedication To Malcolm X]/from the album “Hannibal” (1975)
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Jazz at Lincoln Center Nov 15
Miles Davis began recording the landmark album Sketches of Spain on this day in 1959.
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manderson Nov 15
thelonious monk live at the it club, vol. 1 eric dolphy last recordings bill evans trio waltz for debbie mccoy tyner reaching fourth
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B.S.Jazz Nov 13
I am grateful to everyone. “Miles Davis Forever”
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Christian Swan Nov 13
"That Alpha Fever" _______________________________
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serjbondjazz Nov 14
Bix Beiderbecke - "One of the things I like about Jazz, kid, is I don't know what's going to happen next. Do you?"
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Jazz at Lincoln Center 10h
W.C. Handy—often called the "Father of the Blues—was born on this day in 1873. Todd Williams performed a rousing version of Handy’s classic “St. Louis ” to illustrate blues inflection in for Jazz Academy. Enjoy!
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ProJazz Nov 15
Betty Carter And Ray Bryant – Meet Betty Carter And Ray Bryant
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serjbondjazz 12h
George Benson - "People love us when we play what we want to play but we're starving."
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Tim Webb on bass Nov 14
Haven't been able to play vinyl for a while... Broke that streak tonight with this absolutely phenomenal LP, a recent Discogs pickup. Michele Rosewoman - The Source. Holy cow this is a stunning album! ☮️🎶😎
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Pilar 5h
"Autumn Leaves" Chet Baker & Paul Desmond Together. 🌹
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Joecalmatt Nov 13
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B.S.Jazz Nov 9
Charlie Rouse Quintet - They Didn't Believe Me/from the album “Takin' Care of Business” (1960) Personnel: Charlie Rouse (tenor saxophone), Blue Mitchell (trumpet), Walter Bishop Jr. (piano), Earl May (bass), Art Taylor (drums).
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B.S.Jazz Nov 14
Kenny Burrell with Tommy Flanagan at Club 666, Detroit, 1948. Photo by Bob Douglas
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jazzbreak 6h
More & Pics Help others . . . Ron Carter & Jim Hall – Live At Village West (Full Album) via
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More & Pics Help others . . . Art Blakey - Dat Dere via
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Kitty LaRoar 7h
See this? Not a cell phone in sight, just people living in the moment..
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jazzbreak 14h
More & Pics Help others . . . Recado Bossa Nova by Roy Eldridge via
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