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Ambrose Akinmusire - Ayneh (Campbell)



Guillermo Klein - Zamba de la viuda

 

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Louis Armstrong [1929] - Black and Blue




Armstrong, Louis (Trumpet, Vocal)
Hobson, Homer (Trumpet)
Robinson, Fred (Trombone)
Strong, Jimmy (Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone)
Curry, Bert (Alto Saxophone)
Wethington, Crawford (Alto Saxophone)
Dickerson, Carroll (Violin)
Anderson, Gene (Piano, Celeste)
Carr, Mancy (Banjo)
Briggs, Pete (Tuba)
Singleton, Zutty (Drums)
 

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Alice Coltrane [1970] - Isis and Osiris




Alice Coltrane (harp)
Pharoah Sanders (s sax)
Vishnu Wood (oud)
Charlie Haden (b)
Rashied Ali (d)

Isis And Osiris (Live at Village Gate, NY, 1970) featuring Pharoah Sanders
 
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Miles Davis [1958] - On Green Dolphin Street


Paul Chambers - bass
Jimmy Cobb - drums
Bill Evans - piano
Cannonball Adderley - alto sax
John Coltrane - tenor sax
Miles Davis - trumpet
 
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Rhythm Future Quartet - Minor Swing (by Django Reinhardt)


Jason Anick (violin)
Olli Soikkeli (guitar)
Vinny Raniolo (guitar)
Greg Loughman (bass)
 

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Kenny Barron [1986] - Voyage


The John LaBarbera Big Band [2013]
Featuring Clay Jenkins (trumpet) and Pat LaBarbera (tenor)

Kenny Barron (born June 9, 1943) is an American jazz pianist, who has appeared on hundreds of recordings as leader and sideman and is considered one of the most influential mainstream jazz pianists since the bebop era.
 
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Henry Threadgill - Jenkins Boys Again, Wish Somebody Die, It's Hot



Cover - The Henry Threadgill Sextet

 

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Louis Armstrong & His Stompers [1927] - Chicago Breakdown




Armstrong, Louis (Cornet)
Wilson, Bill (Cornet)
Dutrey, Honore (Trombone)
Atkins, Boyd (Clarinet, Alto/Soprano sax)
Walker, Joe (Alto sax, Baritone sax)
Washington, Albert (Tenor Sax)
Hines, Earl (Piano)
Bassett, Rip (Banjo, Guitar)
Briggs, Pete (Tuba)
Hall, Tubby (Drums)

This number was composed by the legendary Jelly Roll Morton. The Louis Armstrong we hear on this recording was at the height of his powers. On piano it is none other than the great Earl "Fatha" Hines, another revolutionary figure in the history of Jazz.
 
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