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Posts Tagged ‘jazz

From the U.S.: The McCoy Tyner trio performs with guest, Michael Brecker, at the Newport Jazz Festival in Newport, Rhode Island, on August 15, 1998.

January 10, 2018

From the U.S.: Kam Falk (drum programming, six-string bass, keyboards) releases Harmful If Swallowed, featuring Federico Himiob (guitars), November, 2017.

November 4, 2017

From Finland: Bill Evans gives a brief interview, then The Bill Evans Trio performs at Ilkka Kuusisto’s home, Lauttasaari, Helsinki in 1970. Featuring Bill Evans (piano), Eddie Gomez (bass) and Marty Morrel (drums).

March 11, 2013

From the U.S.: The Marie Schneider Orchestra performs Journey Home at the Jazz Standard, NY, on September 22, 2004.

August 10, 2012

Maria Schneider (cond, comp, arr);Tony Kadleck, Greg Gisbert, Laurie Frink, Ingrid Jensen (tp, flh);Keith O’Quinn, Rock Ciccarone, Larry Farrell, George Flynn (tb);Tim Ries, Charles Pillow, Rich Perry, Donny McCaslin, Scott Robinson (reeds);Frank Kimborough (p); Ben Monder (g); Jay Anderson (b);¬†Clarence Penn (dr);Jeff Balard (perc); Luciana Souza (voc);¬†Gary Versace (acc)

From the U.S.: HQ version of Trails of Virga uploaded to Bandcamp.com as part of the Native Tongue ll project. Kam Falk (composer, bass, keyboards), Dorian Vaz (composer, acoustic guitar), Sasha Lo Medico (drums), Alex Dean (alto sax).

May 25, 2012

From the U.S.: Pat Martino trio performs at the Benedetto Guitar Show with Tony Monaco (organ) and Jason Brown (drums).

December 7, 2011

From Switzerland: Wayne Shorter performs Endangered Species at Montreux, 1996, with Alphonso Johnson (bass), Jim Beard (keys), David Gilmore (guitar) and Rodney Holmes (drums).

November 15, 2011

From the U.S.: Esperanza Spalding performs Jazz Aint Nothin’ but Soul at Austin City Limits, 2009.

November 15, 2011

From the U.S.: Esperanza Spalding performs Sunlight at Austin City Limits, 2009.

November 15, 2011

From the U.S.: Jaco Pastorius and his Word Of Mouth Big Band featuring Toots Thielemans on harmonica. From Avery Fisher Hall on June 27th, 1982.

October 22, 2011

I usually only post live video and audio, but here the live audio should be enough to keep you engaged.