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Nat King Cole- The Christmas Song
Mel Torme claimed that he and Robert Wells wrote this song in 20 minutes in the summer of 1946 in Los Angeles. From the first evocotive lyric - Chestn...
Michael Brecker, David Liebman, Joe Lovano
This Saxophone Summit was organized by three tenor virtuosi as a tribute to the common inspiration John Coltrane. And although much of their repertoir...
Milt Hinton, NYPL jazz oral history
Milt Hinton gives Larry Ridley a demonstration of how he changed slap bass.
Michael Brecker 1996 Interview – Practicing
An intimate view of the late Michael Brecker’s regime as a professional musician. This makes one realize just how serious and diligent jazz musicians ...
Frank Kimbrough is one of the most brilliant interpreters of Herbie Nichols and Andrew Hill and an exciting composer in his own right as this exceptio...
"They were the forerunners, between swing and bebop. They were right there. And their records prove this. One of the greatest bands of all time.” – Ge...
Chico Hamilton, NYPL jazz oral history
A cogent observation by the eloquent Mr. Hamilton about the essence of swing.
Reggie Workman on Art Blakey
Reggie Workman was Art Blakey’s bassist from 1962 to 1964. Here he reminisces about a night when Billy Eckstine came to see the band.
Doc Cheatham, NYPL jazz oral history
Doc Cheatham on practicing trumpet in an apartment building with paper thin walls.
The Modern Jazz Quartet
The Modern Jazz Quartet was certainly one of t...
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