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    Eddie Harris - Listen Here


    Eddie Harris - Listen Here from his 1967. release The Electrifying Eddie Harris

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    Billie Holiday God Bless The Child


    Them that's got shall get
    Them that's not shall lose
    So the Bible said and it still is news
    Mama may have, Papa may have
    But God bless the child that's got his own
    That's got his own

    Yes, the strong gets more
    While the weak ones fade
    Empty pockets don't ever make the grade
    Mama may have, Papa may have
    But God bless the child that's got his own
    That's got his own

    Money, you've got lots of friends
    Crowding round the door
    When you're gone, spending ends
    They don't come no more
    Rich relations give
    Crust of bread and such
    You can help yourself
    But don't take too much
    Mama may have, Papa may have
    But God bless the child that's got his own
    That's got his own

    Mama may have, Papa may have
    But God bless the child that's got his own
    That's got his own
    He just worry 'bout nothin'
    Cause he's got his own

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    Kenny Burrell - Midnight Blue


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    Thelonious Monk-Green Chimneys from Straight, No Chaser


    Straight, No Chaser is an album by Thelonious Monk, released in 1967.
    The album was reissued on CD in 1996, including restored versions of previously abridged performances and three additional tracks.

    The song This Is My Story, This Is My Song is much better known by the title Blessed Assurance.

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    Weather Report - Birdland


    First track from «Heavy Weather» (1977)

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    The Cannonball Adderley Quintet / Nat Adderley / Work Song


    1960 album Them Dirty Blues

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    Horace Silver - Song for My Father


    Song for my Father

    Song for my Father (1964)

    Written by:
    Horace Silver

    Horace Silver — piano
    Carmell Jones — trumpet
    Joe Henderson — tenor saxophone
    Teddy Smith — bass
    Roger Humphries — drums

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    Chilli Peppers - Duke Pearson


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    Round Midnight - Thelonious Monk


    'Round Midnight is a 1944 jazz standard by pianist Thelonious Monk. It is thought that Monk originally composed the song sometime in 1940 or 1941. 'Round Midnight is the most-recorded jazz standard composed by a jazz musician. In it appears in over 1,000 albums. The song is also called 'Round About Midnight, as Miles Davis used this title for his 1957 Columbia Records album Round About Midnight that included a cover of the song based on Dizzy Gillespie's interpretation. Thelonious Sphere Monk (October 10, 1917 -- February 17, 1982) was an American jazz pianist and composer widely considered one of the giants of American music. He had a unique improvisational style and made numerous contributions to the standard jazz repertoire. Monk is the second most-recorded jazz composer after Duke Ellington, which is particularly remarkable as Ellington composed over 1,000 songs while Monk wrote about 70. Often regarded as a founder of bebop, Monk's playing later evolved away from that style. His compositions and improvisations are full of dissonant harmonies and angular melodic twists, and are consistent with Monk's unorthodox approach to the piano, which combined a highly percussive attack with abrupt, dramatic use of silences and hesitations. He died of a stroke on February 17, 1982, and was buried in Ferncliff Cemetery in Hartsdale, New York. In 1993, he was posthumously awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, and in 2006, Monk was posthumously awarded a Pulitzer Prize Special Citation. He is one of only five jazz musicians to be featured on the cover of Time magazine (the other four being Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Wynton Marsalis, and Dave Brubeck). This channel is dedicated to the classic jazz music you've loved for years. The smokin' hot, icy cool jams that still make you tap your feet whenever you hear them . . . Cool Jazz is here!

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    Copyright 1947 Blue Note Records
    All Rights Reserved

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    Jimmy Smith & Wes Montgomery - OGD


    Jimmy Smith & Wes Montgomery - OGD (aka Road Song), from album The Dynamic Duo (with Wes Montgomery) - 1966

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    Duke Ellington - It dont mean a thing


    Duke Ellington and his orchestra playing this awesome tune in 1943.

    It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) is a 1931 composition by Duke Ellington with lyrics by Irving Mills, now accepted as a jazz standard. The music was written and arranged by Ellington in August 1931 during intermissions at Chicago's Lincoln Tavern and was first recorded by Ellington and his orchestra for Brunswick Records (Br 6265) on February 2, 1932. Ivie Anderson sang the vocal and trombonist Joe Nanton and alto saxophonist Johnny Hodges played the instrumental solos. The title was based on the oft stated credo of Ellington's former trumpeter Bubber Miley, who was dying of tuberculosis. The song became famous, Ellington wrote, as the expression of a sentiment which prevailed among jazz musicians at the time. Probably the first song to use the phrase swing in the title, it introduced the term into everyday language and presaged the Swing Era by three years. The Ellington band played the song continuously over the years and recorded it numerous times, most often with trumpeter Ray Nance as vocalist.

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    Cal Tjader Y Eddie Palmieri Picadillo


    Ver mas con el original de rovingeye:

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    Cherokee - Charlie Barnet


    Cherokee - Charlie Barnet

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    SONNY ROLLINS.St. Thomas


    Personnel: Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone); Tommy Flanagan (piano); Doug Watkins (bass); Max Roach (drums).

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    Thelonious Monk-Ruby My Dear


    Thelonious Monk & John Coltrane,Ruby My Dear

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    Cast Your Fate to the Wind Vince Guaraldi Trio


    Cast Your Fate to the Wind written by Vince Guaraldi was a hit single in 1963 and won the Grammy Award for Best Original Jazz Composition that year. It was included in the album, Jazz Impressions Of Black Orpheus, released on April 18, 1962 by the Vince Guaraldi Trio on Fantasy Records now available on CD on the Ojc label. This sound recording is administered by UMG. I do not own the right to the song, audio, or images contained in this video.No copyright infringement is intended. This purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.

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    Herbie Hancock - Maiden Voyage


    Maiden Voyage

    Maiden Voyage (1965)

    Written by:
    Herbie Hancock

    Herbie Hancock — piano
    Freddie Hubbard — trumpet
    George Coleman — tenor saxophone
    Ron Carter — bass
    Tony Williams — drums

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    Lambert, Hendricks & Ross Hi-Fly The Hottest New Group In Jazz 1962



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    John Coltrane - Mr. P.C.


    John Coltrane's composition, Mr. P.C., from the album Giant Steps, released in 1960.

    Track list:
    01- Giant Steps
    02- Cousin Mary
    03- Countdown
    04- Spiral
    05- Syeeda's Song Flute
    06- Naima
    07- Mr. P.C.
    08- Giant Steps (alt. version 1)

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    Thelonious Monk - Blue Monk


    06:08~07:05 36Bars Drum Solo

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    John Coltrane - Giant Steps


    Album: Giant Steps
    Year: 1959
    Label: Atlantic

    John Coltrane — tenor saxophone
    Tommy Flanagan — piano
    Paul Chambers — bass
    Art Taylor — drums

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    Lambert, Hendricks & Ross - Twisted


    First release by Annie Ross on audio album Annie Ross Sings in 1952 or 1954.

    Release with Lambert, Hendricks, & Ross on audio album Lambert, Hendricks, & Ross! in 1959.

    Lyrics written by Annie Ross.
    Music written by Wardell Gray.

    My analyst told me
    that I was right out of my head
    The way he described it
    he said I'd be better dead than live
    I didn't listen to his jive
    I knew all along that he was all wrong
    And I knew that he thought I was crazy
    But I'm not,
    oh no

    My analyst told me
    that I was right out of my head
    He said I need treatment
    but I'm not that easily led
    He said I was the type that was most inclined
    When out of his sight to be out of my mind
    And he thought I was nuts
    No more ifs or ands or buts

    They say as I child I appeared a little bit wild
    With all my crazy ideas, but I knew what was happening
    I knew I was a genius
    What's so strange
    When you know that you're a wizard at three
    I knew that this was meant to be

    Now I heard little children were supposed to sleep tight
    That's why I got into the vodka one night
    My parents got frantic didn't know what to do
    But I saw some crazy scenes before I came to
    Now do you think I was crazy
    I may have been only three, but I was swinging

    They all laughed at A. Graham Bell, they all laughed at Edison
    And also at Einstein, so why should I feel sorry
    If they just couldn't understand the idiomatic logic
    That went on in my head, I had a brain, it was insane
    Oh they used to laugh at me when I'd refuse to ride
    On all those double-decker buses
    All because there was no driver on the top

    What, no driver on the top?
    Man the chick is twisted, crazy, moogie-shoogie, idiot flip city!

    My analyst told me
    that I was right out of my head
    But I said dear doctor
    I think that it's you instead
    Because I've got a thing that's unique and new
    To prove that I'll have the last laugh on you
    'Cause instead of one head
    I've got two
    And you know two heads are better than one

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    Milt Jackson - Bags Groove


    Lou Donaldson - alto saxophone
    Thelonious Monk - piano
    John Simmons - bass
    Shadow Wilson - drums
    Milt Jackson -- vibraphone
    recorded April 7, 1952

    DISCLAIMER: All music, lyrics, videos and photos, remain copyright of their respective owners. No infringement intended. Used for the Artist's promotional purposes only.
    If you like this recording, I strongly recommend you buying the record.

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    Tina Brooks - Back To The Tracks


    Love! Please do use 1080p for optimal quality.

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    HORACE SILVER, Señor Blues


    5th track from Silver's Six Pieces Of Silver album. Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey on November 10, 1956. Originally released on Blue Note (1539).
    Horace Silver (piano); Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone); Donald Byrd (trumpet); Doug Watkins (bass); Louis Hayes (drums).

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    Chet Baker - But Not For Me


    Chet Baker - But Not For Me. 1955, Holland. Baker (t, voc), Dick Twardzik (p), Jimmy Bond (b), Peter Littman (d).

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    Gigi Gryce And The Lab Quintet- MINORITY


    From the 1957 album. Gigi Gryce and Donald Byrd.

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    Wes Montgomery - Four On Six - The Incredible Jazz Guitar Of Wes Montgomery


    Classic. Comment/Rate/Enjoy!

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    Hard Times - David Newman


    Fathead/ David Newman (Ray Charles Presents) (1958)

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    King Porter Stomp - Benny Goodman


    King Porter Stomp - Benny Goodman

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    SALT PEANUTS by Dizzy Gillespie with Charlie Parker 1945 JAZZ!


    Excellent progressive jazz by Dizzy Gillespie with Charlie Parker, Sidney 'Big Sid' Catlett, Al Haig, and Curly Russell. Recorded in 1945 and here released on a GUILD label 78 rpm record. Enjoy!

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    Nat King Cole- Route 66


    (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66 sung by Nat King Cole & his King Cole Trio. This collection of crazy vehicles are just a backdrop for his wonderful song.

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    Bobby Troup Lemon Twist Julie London Colour TV Show


    Julie London watches husband Bobby Troup perform his hipster jazz classic 'Lemon Twist' on her colour TV show from the 1960's

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    Charles Mingus - Goodbye Pork Pie Hat


    Goodbye Pork Pie Hat, Charles Mingus, Mingus Ah Um

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    Glenn Miller - Little Brown Jug



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