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From Spain: Steps Ahead Reunion 51º San Sebastian Jazz Festival, 2016 with Mike Mainieri (vibraphone), Eliane Elias (piano), Donny McCaslin (sax), Marc Johnson (acoustic bass) and Billy Kilson (drums).

March 18, 2019

From the U.S.: Troy Roberts’ Nu-Jive 5 performs One Day Wonder in New York, June 26, 2013. Featuring Roberts (composer, tenor sax), Silvano Monasterios (keyboards), Eric England (bass), Sam Petitti (guitar) and David Chiverton (drums).

July 26, 2016

From France: Marcus Miller performs Miles Davis’ So What, from the “Master of All Trades” concert, featuring Poogie Bell III (drums), Dean Brown (guitar), Roger Byam (saxophone), Bruce Flowers (keyboards) and Patches Stewart (trumpet).

April 23, 2016

From Japan: Steps Ahead in 1986, featuring Mike Mainieri (vibes), Michael Brecker (sax), Darryl Jones (bass), Steve Smith (drums), Warren Bernhardt (keyboards) and Mike Stern (guitar).

August 23, 2015

From Austria: A double shot of Marcus Miller, first performing I’ll Be There on solo Fender bass, then Come Together at Jazz à Vienne, 2013. Features Marcus Miller (bass) Keziah Jones (guitar) Otto Williams (bass) Alex Han (sax) Sean Jones (trumpet) Adam Agati (guitar) Brett Williams (keys) and Louis Cato (drums).

January 13, 2015

From Hungary: The Yellowjackets perform Spirit of the West at the Palace of Arts in Budapest, 2012. Featuring Russell Ferrante (keyboards), Bob Mintzer (sax), William Kennedy (drums) and Felix Pastorius (bass).

October 4, 2014

From the U.S.: Phantom Pop performs Atlantic Avenue. Members include Dave Lowenthal (bass), Josh Schusterman (drums), Haruka Yabuno (keyboards), Atsushi Ouchi (sax) and Matt Giella (cornet).

August 14, 2014


From the UK: Miles Davis performs Katia in 1982 with Marcus Miller (bass), Mike Stern (guitar), Bill Evans (sax), Al Foster (drums) and Mino Cinelu (percussion). This was the “We Want Miles” band live at the Hammersmith Odeon.

March 6, 2014

From the U.S.: Dizzy Gillespie Quintet with Frank Potenza (guitar), Gerald Wiggins (piano), Harold Land (sax), Leroy Vinnegar (bass), and Sherman Ferguson (drums) performing Birk’s Works live in California, 1984.

January 12, 2014

From the U.S.: Joe Zawinul plays a classic blues solo in a 1963 Cannonball Adderley concert.

July 11, 2013