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jeudi 4 novembre 2010

Knee-deep in Stardust, Blue Champagne, So What ?

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Blues... by Jacqueline Waechter
























Bluetrain uit Genk brengt "Pretty Baby" live bij de Speelvogels met huismuzikant Marco Cirone, en voor de gelegenheid Bert Stevens van Blues Lee op bas. Locatie: Studio Crescendo te Genk.






Zang en piano: Thomas François
Gitaar: Marco Cirone
Bas: Bert Stevens
Drums: Lukas Palmers
Camera: Johan Cooreman
Techniek: Wouter Elen

















Miles Davis et John Coltrane 

- So what






"Miles Davis and John Coltrane play one of the best renditions of SO WHAT ever captured on film-Live in 1958.
 Edit : in fact, was in New York, april 2, 1959. Recorded by CBS producer Robert Herridge. Cannonball Adderley had a migrane and was absent from the session. Wynton Kelly played piano--he was the regular band member at this time--but Bill Evans had played on the original recording of "So What" on March 2, 1959. 
The other musicians seen in the film were part of the Gil Evans Orchestra, who performed selections from "Miles Ahead". Jimmy Cobb on drums."



































































Manhattan Transfer Blue Champagne






Manhattan Transfer Vocalies Live at Tokyo in Japan 1986

Janis Siegel
Alan Paul
Tim Hauser
Cheryl Bentyne

Manhattan Transfer Band
Guitars:Wayne Johnson (Washington)
Drums & Bx:Buddy Williams (Brooklin)
Bass:Alex Blake (New York)
Saxophone & Reeds:Don Roberts (Los Angeles)
Musical Directors & Keyboard:Yaron Gershovsky














































A Lover's Lullaby 

Frankie Carle et Larry Wagner





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