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Manhattan Jazz Orchestra - When You Wish Upon A Star

May 31
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David Matthews, piano leads a small trio consisting Chip Jackson – bass and Terry Silverlight. Check out David Matthews’ MySpace at: …
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Manhattan Jazz Orchestra's SuperTrombone - Paper Moon

May 31
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David Matthew’s leads the MJO’s SuperTrombone. Members include Jim Pugh, David Taylor, Conrad Herwig and Larry Farrell. Check out David Matthews’ …
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Dizzy Gillespie Big Band 1947 groovy man

Sep 28
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Archive footage of Dizzy in 1947 with his big band. Great stuff! Ck out my other videos. dpizza.
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Woody Herman & His Swingin' Herd - Sister Sadie

Sep 28
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Woody Herman (voc, cl), Tommy Anastas (bars), Gary Klein, Sal Nistico, Joe Romano (ts), Bill Chase, Paul Fontaine, Billy Hunt, Danny Nolan, Gerald Lamy (t), …
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WOODY HERMAN & Stan Getz-Shorty Rodgers

Sep 28
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CALDONIA and NORTHWEST PASSAGE.
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Duke Ellington and his orchestra

Sep 28
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Duke Elington et son orchestre it don’t mean a thing.
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Duke Ellington, "Take the A Train"

Sep 28
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This is a segment from the film Reveille with Beverly from 1943; the song was composed in 1939.
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Duke Ellington - It don't mean a thing (1943)

Sep 28
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Duke Ellington and his orchestra playing this awesome tune in 1943. “It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)” is a 1931 composition by Duke Ellington …
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COUNT BASIE Swingin' the Blues, 1941 HOT big band swing jazz

Sep 28
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COUNT BASIE Excerpts from the oddly titled “Dance of the Gremlins” (thanks to mfb25890 & mbdavis10025 for the song I.D.), and “Swingin’ the Blues”, c. 1941.