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Bill Laurance

Prologue: Fjords (Swift)

Written by Bill Laurance
Produced by Bill Laurance and Michael League
Co-produced by Robert ‘Sput’ Searight
Recorded by Rudyard Lee Cullers, August 2014 at Dreamland Studios in West Hurley, NY 

Bill Laurance with
Marco Parisi

The Good things

Bill Laurance performing his track The Good Things with Marco Parisi and Nexus ICA staff.

Valeriy Stepanov

The Chicken

VALERIY STEPANOV_keyboards
JAY STAVE_bass
PAUL KHOLODYANSKIY_drums

Jacob Collier

On Broadway

Jacob Collier covers "On Broadway" in a Henry Westons Sessions exclusive – backstage at the 2016 Cheltenham Jazz Festival

Jacob Collier

Dont You Worry About A Thing

Jacob Collier live in Boston performing "Dont You Worry About a Thing" at the East Meets West Bookstore in Cambridge.
Video Recorded on iPhone 6S Plus. 

Jean Toots Thielemans & Metropole Orkest
Rosa Turbinata

9 september 2011.
Toots met het Metropole Orchestra o.l.v. Arjen Tien.
Muziekcentrum Vredenburg tijdens het hommageconcert voor de in 1988 overleden componist, arrangeur en dirigent Rogier van Otterloo.

Quincy Jones &
Toots Thielemans

Eyes Of Love Live In Montreux (2010?)

Snarky Puppy
Metropole Orkest

Gretel

Recorded and filmed live in Dordrecht, Netherlands at Het Energiehuis on April 19 & 20, 2014.

Snarky Puppy

Outlier (We Like It Here)

Recorded and filmed live from October 7-10 at Kytopia Studios in Utrecht, the Netherlands

Marcus Miller & Herbie Hancock's Headhunters

Live at Tokyo Jazz 2005

Herbie Hancock - piano
Terri Lyne Carrington - drums
Roy Hargrove - trumpet
Munyungo Jackson - percussion
Lionel Loucke - guitar, vocal
Marcus Miller - bass
Wah Wah Watson - guitar

Marcus Miller
Java Jazz Festival 2013 

This one is a compressed version of http://youtu.be/gtEveLORb3Q, starting at 46:49.
Goree, a brilliant tune written by Marcus Miller. I published this one to share the musical richness of Marcus.
Not sure if it's allowed to publish only a part of the complete concert.
As soon as signals arrive that it's not, I will delete this video.

Earth Wind Fire

Live From Montreux

Earth, Wind & Fire: Live At Montreux 1997

Zaz

Coeur Volant

Song by Howard Shore, Elizabeth Cotnoir, and Isabelle Geffroy, from the original soundtrack for "Hugo," directed by Martin Scorsese.

Robert Glasper Experiment

Big Girl Body

Live on KCRW

Robert Glasper Experiment ft. Jill Scott

Calls

Chick Corea &
Gary Burton

La Fiesta

Jazzwoche Burghausen 2011

Alfredo Rodriguez

Crossing the Border

Quincy Jones Productions' new artist Alfredo Rodriguez playing his new song Crossing The Border in Q's living room.

Zero 7

In The Waiting Line

Art Tatum

Yesterdays

Art Tatum performs "Yesterdays"..
Composed by Jerome David Kern and Otto Harbach.

Thelonious Monk

Round Midnight

Monk performing his tune "'Round Midnight".
Recorded December 15 1969

Billy Cobham-George Duke Band

Red Baron

Billy Cobham - drums
George Duke - keyboards
Carl Orr - guitar
Stefan Rademacher - bass
guests:
Les McCan keyboards
Keith Anderson alto sax
Gonzalo Rubalcaba keyboards 
Montreux Jazzfestival 1998

Weather Report

Teen Town

Live Concert, Offenbach, Germany, Sept. 29, 1978

Weather Report

Birdland

Live Concert, Offenbach, Germany, Sept. 29, 1978

Naturally 7 Wall of Sound

Montreux Jazz Festival 2008 Switzerland

Kurt Elling

Nature Boy

Kurt Elling with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
April 17 2008 - Opera House, Sydney, Australia


Nat king cole

Nature Boy

Gino Vanelli
Metropole Orchestra

People gotta move

Gino Vannelli

People Gotta Move (live)

Gino Vanelli

People Gotta Move
(Live @ DWDD)

Marcus Miller talks about "Kind of Blue" on the Playboy Jazz Cruise 2009

Marcus Miller talks about Miles Davis and the 50th anniversary of "Kind of Blue" with LeRoy Downs (on facebook and http://www.TheJazzcat.net) on the 2009 Playboy Jazz Cruise. Video by John Neister. See more about Jazz Cruises at http://www.jazzcruises-ecp.com/

Miles Davis Kind of Blue
50 Years Later
A Discussion

1959 The Year that Changed Jazz

Published on May 29, 20121959 was the seismic year jazz broke away from complex bebop music to new forms, allowing soloists unprecedented freedom to explore and express. It was also a pivotal year for America: the nation was finding its groove, enjoying undreamt-of freedom and wealth social, racial and upheavals were just around the corner and jazz was ahead of the curve..

All of Bach

allofbach.com
A project by the Netherlands Bach Society