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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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Dave Brubeck: Live in '64 boasts a beautifully filmed concert from one of the most beloved quartets in jazz history. Captured at the pinnacle of their power and popularity, Paul Desmond (alto sax), Joe Morello (drums), Eugene Wright (bass) and Dave Brubeck (piano) explore the trails they blazed into the realm of odd time signatures with ‘Forty Days’ and two versions of their groundbreaking hit ‘Take Five’, as well as forays into world music with a unique interpretation of ‘Koto Song’. Their intimate onstage chemistry and impeccable musicianship made the DBQ an award-winning jazz supergroup.
DJAZZ STŘEDA 13.12.
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The phrase ‘jam session’ came about in the 1920s, when white and black musicians would congregate in smoky bars after their regular paying gigs to play the jazz they couldn't in the ‘Paul Whiteman’ style bands. Bing Crosby would often attend these sessions. Musicians would say he was ‘jammin' the beat’, as he clapped on the first and the third beat, rather than the second and the fourth. Now, in the 21th century, DJAZZ takes this ‘jamming’ into a whole new dimension with Seine Sessions. The cr
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What happens if you ask a jazz artist to just sit down and play in front of a camera, without any further ado? Some of the greatest jazz musicians in any style - from blues and boogie-woogie to bebop and beyond - rise to the challenge, in these intimate and exciting jazz solo sessions. The playing of clarinetist and tenor saxophonist Mark Turner has often been described as a mixture of the sounds of Warne Marsh and John Coltrane, yet in today’s session we get to hear the musician not as a member of groups by jazz veterans such as James Moody and Jimmy Smith, or in full swing with Kurt Rosenwinkel or the Dave Holland and his Big Band, with whom he plays regularly, but as a solo performer. In this intimate session he’ll display just why this restrained, cerebral musician has been called one of the best tenorists of our time.
DJAZZ ČTVRTEK 14.12.
05:43
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These Studio Jams give a creative, up-close and inside look at the art of making music. Each episode of Studio Jams features a diverse group of talented jazz and blues musicians, gathered together in a U.S. recording studio for one mission only: to create fresh, new music. The musicians of these sessions are some of the best in the business: world-class artists, often with strong international appeal. Many of them have never played with each other before. We watch them rehearse and perform unfamiliar, fresh material. This episode’s musicians are Carlos Alomar (guitar), Bakithi Kumalo (bass), Jaared (saxophone), Keith Carlock (drums), Emedin Rivera (percussion) and Jason Miles (keyboards).
DJAZZ PÁTEK 15.12.
05:47
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After jazz reached Istanbul, it firmly took root there. Quite a few jazz bars have sprung up to cater to the genre’s fans. The DJAZZ series ‘Istanbul Sessions’ is the thermometer of Istanbul jazz in the first decade of the 2000s. The concerts featured in this series were recorded at several Istanbul jazz clubs, featuring some of the very best and freshest jazz bands. The series offers an eye-witness account of the incredible inventiveness and diversity of Istanbul’s jazz scene. During the opening night of the Alt Jazz Club, two exceptional guitarists gigged with their respective formations. First, the veteran guitarist Erkan Ogur and his Telvin Trio take the stage. He is well known as the revisitor of the fretless guitar, yielding a rare original sound. Then, the young guitarist Sarp Magden plays an invigorating set in this recently-opened Istanbul jazz club.
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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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‘The Stax/Volt Revue- Live in Norway 1967’ is the registration of the concert often referred to as historic and epic. Considered by soul music fans to be one of the greatest lineups of artists ever to grace the concert stage, featuring stunning performances by Otis Redding, Sam and Dave, Eddie Floyd, Arthur Conley, The Mar-Keys and the legendary Booker T. & The MGs. This registration captures the April 7, 1967 concert in Oslo, Norway near the end of the three-week tour, when all the artists were at their very peak.
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Georgie Fame is Yeah, Yeah! and The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde, but with his unmistakable voice and his special Hammond organ sound, he is also a past master of R&B. Now Georgie Fame is making a triumphal comeback with The Blue Flames.
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The New Morning is a Paris club that specializes in jazz and blues. It was 1981 when the club opened its doors for the first time. Since then, many jazz and blues giants have made their appearance on the stage, with Chet Baker, Dizzy Gillespie, Dexter Gordon and Kenny Clarke among them. Tonight’s concert features The Yellowjackets. This rhythm & blues and fusion formation was founded in 1977 by guitarist Robben Ford, who was also the leading figure the first years. After leaving in 1983, the saxophonist Marc Russo succeeded him, after which the glory days of the group began. Characteristic of the group is their constant evolution and the influence they had had on multiple styles, such as the rhythm & blues and fusion. This evening at the New Morning club characterizes them: versatile, varied and of good quality!
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The New Morning is a Paris club that specializes in jazz and blues. It was 1981 when the club opened its doors for the first time. Since then, many jazz and blues giants have made their appearance on the stage, with Chet Baker, Dizzy Gillespie, Dexter Gordon and Kenny Clarke among them. Tonight’s concert features the Clark Terry and his All Stars Band, with Clark Terry himself on trumpet, Dado Moroni on piano, Pierre Boussaguet on bass, and Alvin Queen on drums. Clark Terry, nicknamed ‘Mumbles’, started his professional career playing in local American bands, in the early 1940s. Since then he played in many big bands, including the bands of Duke Ellington and Count Basie. Yet Terry is very much a star in his own right: tonight he and his All Stars demonstrate why.
DJAZZ STŘEDA 13.12.
06:26
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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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Art Farmer: Live in '64 highlights an amazing one hour Art Farmer concert from 1964 featuring the great flugelhornist in his prime. Farmer’s top-notch band includes legendary guitarist Jim Hall (fresh from Sonny Rollins’ band), drummer Pete LaRoca and Steve Swallow on bass. This legendary ensemble plays both standards and originals with ease and finesse and highlights why Farmer was considered one of the most innovative horn players in all of jazz.
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Nina Simone: Live in '65 & '68 features two incredible concerts from 1965 and 1968 showcasing the multifaceted diva in all her glory. Simone shines as a jazz vocalist extraordinaire on ‘Tomorrow Is My Turn,’ as a definitive folk interpreter on Bob Dylan’s ‘The Ballad Of Hollis Brown’ and as a passionate civil rights activist on both the epic ‘Four Women’ and the scorching ‘Mississippi Goddam.’ These recordings are a must for Nina Simone fans as she displays all of the qualities that made her both a supremely gifted jazz singer and pianist as well as the ‘High Priestess of Soul.’
DJAZZ ČTVRTEK 14.12.
07:00
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In this special performance at the Montréal International Jazz Festival, Chick Corea joins two of his musical peers: bassist John Patitucci and drummer Dave Weckl. Thereby, he’s reuniting the Acoustic Band Trio in this spectacular concert performance. With beautiful, flowing notes from the piano and the addition of the mellow bass and drum rhythms, the show begins with refreshing grace with the Acoustic Band Trio’s rendition of Berlin’s ‘How Deep Is The Ocean’. Having played the piano since the age of six, Chick Corea’s musical career spans over a half century, in which he has collaborated with many brilliant musicians.
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Every year since 1982, the days around Ascension Day have been devoted to the ‘Jazz sous les Pommiers’ festival in French Normandy. This 10-day festival in Coustances showcases a beautiful variety of local musicians, art performances, and renowned jazz names. ‘Jazz sous les Pommiers’ was founded by two local amateur musicians, teacher Thierry Giard and cultural animator Gerard Houssin. Today’s broadcast is a 2010 recording from Jazz sous les Pommiers by the Tunisian singer, composer and oud player Dhafer Youssef. Youssef began singing when he was only five years old. He developed an interest in jazz and clandestinely listened to it during his education at a Qur'anic School. In 1990 he left Tunisia to start a jazz career, living in Paris and Vienna. Youssef's music combines Sufi tradition, mystical and jazz influences with Arabic lyricism. Youssef is also a talented oud player. This Arabic lute can achieve a beautiful sound if it’s played by someone who masters the instrument. Dhafer Youssef certainly counts among them!
DJAZZ PÁTEK 15.12.
07:00
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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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Coleman Hawkins: Live in '64 presents two incredible concerts from 1962 and 1964 featuring 140 minutes of music. Both concerts feature stellar European and American side-musicians including Harry ‘Sweets’ Edison on trumpet and drummer ‘Papa’ Jo Jones – both jazz legends in their own right. Coleman Hawkins, ‘The Father of Jazz Saxophone,’ demonstrates in these two concerts why he is still considered one of the most important innovators in the history of jazz.
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Piano and saxophone - this is an individualistic jazz duo combination. But the melodiousness and maturity of Charlie Mariano's saxophone and the freshness and feistiness of Wolfgang Dauner's piano turn the meeting of these two jazz greats into a thrilling interplay.
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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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‘North Sea Jazz Archive’ shows an amazing collection of clips recorded at the famous North Sea Jazz Festival in the Netherlands. The world-renowned North Sea Jazz Festival is recognized for its coverage of a wide variety of genres, from traditional New Orleans jazz, swing, bop, free jazz, fusion, avant-garde and electronic jazz, to blues, gospel, funk, soul, R&B, hip hop, worldbeat and latin. Entrepreneur and jazz fan Paul Acket was the founder of North Sea Jazz Festival. In 1975, after he sold his highly successful pop magazine publishing house, Acket was able to organize the first edition of the North Sea Jazz Festival. The first edition of the festival was held in 1976 in The Hague and featured simultaneous concerts in six concert halls by circa 300 musicians, with approximately 9.000 visitors in attendance. Since then, North Sea Jazz Festival has been building on its worldwide reputation as an annual event that presents the past, the present, and the future of jazz.
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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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The final concert of the Münchner Klaviersommer 1992 was by Wynton Marsalis and his septet. The 31-years-young star trumpeter performed one of his own jazz suites to the sold-out Philharmonie, under the title of ‘In This House, On This Morning’. The concert covers every jazz style, in composition and improvisation, and in both small and grand forms. Marsalis’s Septet was made up of Wess Anderson (alto saxophone), Wycliffe Gordon (trombone), Reginald Veal (bass), Herlin Riley (drums), Todd Williams (tenor saxophone), and Eric Reed (piano).
DJAZZ ZÍTRA
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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
09:12
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Visions of Music - World Jazz' is a journey back to the roots of music. It shows the enormous impact traditional music from all over the world has had on contemporary jazz . This programme includes famous musicians like B.B. King, Dino Saluzzi, Tito Puente, Carlos Santana, Joe Zawinul, Manu Dibango, Abdullah Ibrahim as well as upcoming youngsters like Nicholas Payton, Cyro Baptista and Don Byron - to name a few.
10:07
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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
10:13
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This uptempo, funky performance proves that B.B. King, one of the Masters of the Blues Guitar has still got it. The band features some of today's best blues musicians playing all of B.B. King's classic songs.
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The most spectacular concert of African music ever staged, featuring nothing but Africa’s finest musicians performing before an audience of more than 50,000 at the recent AFRICA LIVE Roll Back Malaria Concert in Dakar, Senegal. Artists include Youssou Ndour (Senegal) with the Grand Orchestra of Cairo (Egypt), Baaba Maal (Senegal), Rokia Traore (Mali), Corneille (Rwanda), Manu Dibango (Cameroon), Angélique Kidjo (Benin), Orchestra Baobab (Senegal), Awadi (Senegal), Tony Allen (Nigeria), Seun Kuti (Nigeria), Tiken Jah Fakoly (Ivory Coast) and Tinariwen (Mali).All bringing the catastrophic malaria crisis currently gripping Africa to the attention of the world.
DJAZZ STŘEDA 13.12.
09:27
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No early breakthrough rock & roll artist is more important to the development of the genre than Chuck Berry (1926-2017). Influenced by jazz and rhythm and blues, he was rock & roll's greatest songwriter, the main shaper of its instrumental voice, one of its greatest guitarists, and one of its greatest performers. In this 1965 Face au Public TV episode, Chuck Berry plays a string of hit songs, including his 1956 smash hit "Roll Over Beethoven", "Promised Land" and "Johnny B. Goode". Chuck cuts loose on guitar and the conservative crowd finally gets it.
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There’s no question about it: with a Grammy for Best Latin Jazz Album for her recording ‘Made In Brazil’, seven previous Grammy nominations, four ‘Gold Disc Awards’, and three ‘Best Vocal Album Awards’ in Japan, Eliane Elias has taken her place in the pantheon of music giants. In her projects, Elias wears many hats: she serves as producer, composer, lyricist, arranger, pianist, and vocalist. In this concert broadcast, recorded live at the Philharmonie in Munich, Elias shows her distinctive and immediately recognizable musical style, which blends her Brazilian samba roots and her sensuous, alluring voice with her impressive instrumental bebop, jazz, classical, and compositional skills. She is an artist beyond category, and in this concert she performs with Jay Randall Anderson (bass) and Adam Nussbaum (drums).
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Club credibility comes from years of inspiration and hard work and Phil Martin, the creative captain of the Jazzinvaders (and Social Beats), knows exactly how to get there. From his musical vision, the Jazzinvaders have already reached and touched so many musical lovers globally, from those who dare to go beyond everyday club scenes. Today, the Invaders are spreading their message even stronger. That’s What You Say! was definitely one of the most heartfelt sayings when Hammond legend Dr. Lonnie Smith shared the studio with The Jazzinvaders in the summer of 2012.
DJAZZ ČTVRTEK 14.12.
09:03
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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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Decades after his death, Louis Armstrong's historical recordings are still unique and widely appreciated. Born in August 1901, Louis Daniel Armstrong is arguably the most famous jazz musician of the 20th century. He achieved his fame as a trumpeter, and then due to his singular voice, became best known as a vocalist. Louis recorded his biggest hit record in 1964, Hello, Dolly! The title song reached number one in the pop charts, and at 63, made him the oldest person to ever achieve that feat!
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These Studio Jams give a creative, up-close and inside look at the art of making music. Each episode of Studio Jams features a diverse group of talented jazz and blues musicians, gathered together in a U.S. recording studio for one mission only: to create fresh, new music. The musicians of these sessions are some of the best in the business: world-class artists, often with strong international appeal. Many of them have never played with each other before. We watch them rehearse and perform unfamiliar, fresh material. This episode’s musicians are Bela Fleck (banjo), Pat Martino (guitar), Gerald Veasley (bass), Rick Braun (trumpet) and Rayford Griffin (drums).
10:54
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The New Morning is a Paris club that specializes in jazz and blues. It was 1981 when the club opened its doors for the first time. Since then, many jazz and blues giants have made their appearance on the stage, with Chet Baker, Dizzy Gillespie, Dexter Gordon and Kenny Clarke among them. Tonight’s concert features the Stanley Jordan Trio. Jordan's success is mainly based on its revolutionary way of playing 'finger tapping'. By using the fingers of both hands to press the strings he can simultaneously play a solo and accompany themselves. This evening at the New Morning club this revolutionary guitarist shares the stage with Charles Moffett on bass and David Haynes on drums.
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Rahsaan Roland Kirk: Live in '64 presents an astounding concert by this musical superhero playing his entire instrumental arsenal of saxophone, flute, manzello, stritch, clarinet, siren and whistles— oftentimes simultaneously! Kirk is backed by extraordinary side musicians such as legendary bassist Guy Pederson, drummer Daniel Humair and long-time pianist George Gruntz who keep the fire and swing burning throughout Rahsaan’s blazing workouts. This collection also includes ‘Three For The Festival,’ arguably Kirk’s most spectacular performance piece, showcasing Rahsaan as a thunderous acrobatic player whose multiple horn work was all jazz and no gimmick.
DJAZZ PÁTEK 15.12.
09:28
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Visions of Music - World Jazz' is a journey back to the roots of music. It shows the enormous impact traditional music from all over the world has had on contemporary jazz . This programme includes famous musicians like B.B. King, Dino Saluzzi, Tito Puente, Carlos Santana, Joe Zawinul, Manu Dibango, Abdullah Ibrahim as well as upcoming youngsters like Nicholas Payton, Cyro Baptista and Don Byron - to name a few.
10:09
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Manuel Agujetas is one of the greatest flamenco singers of all time, and one of the last representatives of the Jerez School and of the ‘Cante Jondo’ in its oldest and purest form. Violently opposed to contemporary life, this free, eccentric personality has become a legend within the gypsy world. Agujetas can neither read nor write. He lives in true flamenco style in the suburbs of Jerez in the house he built himself. The film was shot there in the intimacy of his own home, with his Japanese wife who dances for him, in his garden, and at the forge his father left him, where he sings as he hammers at the anvil. He also sings at a ‘venta’, a concert in a neighbouring village, accompanied by Moraito on the guitar. Agujetas’ friends - his real fans - help us to understand his art: they tell us about his beginnings, his very unusual personality and about his famous Flamenco father from whom he learnt everything and to whose art he has remained faithful.
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In 2013 it is 25 years ago that singer and trumpet player Chet Baker mysteriously died, caused by a fall from the window of his hotel room in Amsterdam. His music is more popular than ever. This concert is performed by Fay Claassen, who became internationally known through her album ‘Two Portraits of Chet Baker’. In the U.S. this album was the ‘Best Vocal Album of the Year’. In this concert Fay Claassen brings a tribute to Baker with the most beautiful songs and improvisations.
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The Dutch Hammond organ player Rob Mostert develops, in cooperation with DJAZZ, the programme ‘Mostert Meets’. In this series, the Hammond B3 organ takes centre stage. Rob Mostert invites the world’s finest jazz musicians for a musical collaboration, in which the Hammond Organ plays a major role. The Hammond B3 is an electric organ, which generates sound by creating an electric current from rotating a metal tonewheel near an electromagnetic pickup. Initially, the Hammond B3 was at home in churches, until it entered the jazz scene in the mid-20th century. In this episode, Mostert joins forces with the Australian Hammond organ player Lachy Doley and his regular band. Doley is considered one of the best blues, soul and rock organ players, nicknamed "the Jimi Hendrix of the Hammond organ".
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The most spectacular concert of African music ever staged, featuring nothing but Africa’s finest musicians performing before an audience of more than 50,000 at the recent AFRICA LIVE Roll Back Malaria Concert in Dakar, Senegal. Artists include Youssou Ndour (Senegal) with the Grand Orchestra of Cairo (Egypt), Baaba Maal (Senegal), Rokia Traore (Mali), Corneille (Rwanda), Manu Dibango (Cameroon), Angélique Kidjo (Benin), Orchestra Baobab (Senegal), Awadi (Senegal), Tony Allen (Nigeria), Seun Kuti (Nigeria), Tiken Jah Fakoly (Ivory Coast) and Tinariwen (Mali).All bringing the catastrophic malaria crisis currently gripping Africa to the attention of the world.
14:08
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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
14:16
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Cassandra Wilson is recognized as an unequaled vocalist, a jazz singer for a new generation. Her distinctive style and daring aesthetic have earned her wide recognition, including chart-topping albums, a Grammy and countless media accolades. In this live recording she inspires with her trademark mix of first-rate originals and adventurous covers of other songwriters' works, this time picking material by Bob Dylan, Tom Jobim and The Monkees.
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Jazz, funk, or soul: the JazzArt Orchestra tackles each genre without batting an eye. One of the orchestra’s ambitions is to cooperate with other art disciplines, and to contribute to the local cultural climate in the East of the Netherland. Recently, JazzArt has agreed with Odeon Theatres in Zwolle, the Netherlands, to play two concerts a year at the Odeon Theatre. In these concerts, the orchestra collaborates with the winners of the Dutch Jazz Vocal Competition. This broadcast presents a concert registration of a 2015 concert from the Odeon Theatre in Zwolle. Performers are vocalists Ruben Hein, the gents of CC Campbell, Fay Klaassen, trumpeter Eric Vloeimans and keyboardist Folkert Oosterbeek.
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Jazzed Out shows that each and every imaginable spot is a suitable location for a jazz session. Unusual locations, in several of the world’s metropoles, provide the setting for brief jazz performances: from garage buildings, multi-storey car parks, street corners, subway trains and parks. The sheer rawness of the metropoles merges with the musical creations of various artists who drop by in search for the perfect ‘Urban Stage’. In this episode, Paris serves as backdrop to sets by the likes of bassist Avishai Cohen, the Anat Cohen Quartet and the Jacques Schwarz-Bart Quintet, who show that jazz is at home everywhere.
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This might come unexpected, but the Brussels Jazz Orchestra (BJO) is not the kind of jazz orchestra that sticks to standards. They prefer to achieve the highest level by composing original music, creating unique arrangements, and playing inventively as well as passionately. In fact, it really is jazz with a dynamic orchestral sound, with a classic strength in which each musician is also a brilliant soloist. Call it an ‘orchestrated passion for jazz’ that incites BJO to create world-class music. Founded in 1993 by Frank Vaganée, Serge Plume and Marc Godfroid, the Brussels Jazz Orchestra is recognised and has been subsidised by the Flemish Government since. Brussels Jazz Orchestra is orchestra in residence at Flagey in Brussels. During this project the BJO performs with David Linx. The Belgian jazz singer will resort to any idiom, any language, any time signature. Occasionally he seems to dispense with bar lines altogether, or he will go beyond lyrics, as he abandons his own words for some free-wheeling scat.
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Bireli Lagrene plays with Babik Reinhardt, the son of Django, in a tribute to Django Reinhardt.
DJAZZ STŘEDA 13.12.
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For the 40th anniversary of the legendary album Bitches Brew from the legend Miles Davis, the trumpeter Wallace Roney is the leader of a band that revives the music of the master. This project is the brainchild of the family of Miles (including his son Erin) and represented by his nephew Vince Wilburn, drummer. This concert at the ancient theater in Vienne, France, is a grand tribute to Miles.
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It is a mix of funk, jazz, hip hop and soul that the new phenomenon Trombone Shorty introduces during this performance at the French festival Jazz
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When you say Charlie Byrd, you say bossa nova. The man who popularized Brazilian music all over the world with his Stan Getz collaboration Jazz Samba in 1962, plays an intimate New Orleans club date with his trio, consisting of his brother, Joe Byrd, on the bass, and Chuck Redd on drums. Byrd manages to make his nylon-stringed Spanish guitar sound like an electric hollowbody, while he applies his acoustic classical guitar techniques to jazz and popular music. The trio covers a range of material written by the old jazz masters Duke Ellington and Fats Waller, but also bossa nova classics by Jobim: "Corcovado" and "Wave". This broadcast offers the first part of the performance.
DJAZZ ČTVRTEK 14.12.
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Every year, the Jazz en Baie festival takes place in the beautiful bay of Mont Saint-Michel Today’s broadcast shows a special gathering between two grandmasters of French jazz: pianist Jacky Terrasson and trumpeter Stéphane Belmondo. The two team up for an amazing concert in which jazz is combined with soul and a touch of chanson française. The Franco-American pianist Terrasson delights in travelling the world, collaboration with others and leading his own trio, quartet, or quintet. With his long-time friend, Stéphane Belmondo, Terrasson has produced wonderful CDs and beautiful concerts. One then finds the trumpeter on the pianist’s album ‘Gouache’; on another, the pianist guests on Belmondo’s ‘Ever After’. At the Jazz en Baie festival, the duo plays its amazing piano and trumpet music. Highly recommended!
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We Pause and chat with local and international artists to get an in-depth look at their lives and music, they Play some amazing music in these, one-of-a-kind, live sessions! These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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With the exception of DJAZZ.tv, there is hardly any jazz on television. Jazz pianist and broadcaster Ramsey Lewis has addressed this vacuum with his programme series ‘Legends of Jazz’. This interesting series brings together musicians who are not usually paired. In today’s broadcast, the early days and the current groove of jazz from Brazil are explored. Guests include the legendary guitarist Oscar Castro-Neves, a contemporary of Tom Jobim, Luiz Bonfá and Joao Gilberto, who was on the scene as a major player when the ‘bossa nova’ was being created, and Grammy winner Ivan Lins, the keyboardist/composer whose songs have been recorded by artists ranging from Quincy Jones to Ella Fitzgerald. Ivan Lins and Oscar Castro-Neves show us through their music why the music of Brazil offers something highly stimulating for the heart, body and soul.
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This exclusive profile of singer Miriam Makeba, whose music and story are a powerful and moving testimony to South Africa's struggle for freedom, was filmed on location in her homeland. Miriam and her band are featured in specially-recorded performances and she talks in interview about her early life in South Africa and the time she spent in exile in America, where she was involved with the civil rights movement.
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This broadcast shows a rare appearance at the 1996 Germeringer Jazztage by the legendary flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucía and his sextet. Some may question the inclusion of a flamenco guitarist within a jazz festival. However, the similarities between flamenco and blues have been well documented: both are the outlet for a poor, disenfranchised minority, with a primitive strength, boundless capabilities for improvisation and a requirement for breathtaking virtuosity - all qualities shown by Paco de Lucía in this performance. Moreover, he has long been experimenting with jazz forms (evident even from his inclusion of bass, drums, and saxophone in his sextet), while still retaining the essence of the flamenco tradition. In his own words: "What I have tried to do is have a hand holding onto tradition and the other scratching, digging in other places trying to find new things I can bring into flamenco".
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‘Jazz Icons: Quincy Jones’ spotlights a young ‘Q’ conducting his ‘dream band’—an 18-piece orchestra of world-renowned players such as Clark Terry, Phil Woods, Sahib Shihab, Budd Johnson and Benny Bailey. This recording features 17 songs and is one of the finest examples of big band jazz ever to be captured on film. Shot in Switzerland and Belgium in 1960, these two concerts are the only known visual documents of this legendary tour.
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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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We Pause and chat with local and international artists to get an in-depth look at their lives and music, they Play some amazing music in these, one-of-a-kind, live sessions! These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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What happens if you ask a jazz artist to just sit down and play in front of a camera, without any further ado? Some of the greatest jazz musicians in any style - from blues and boogie-woogie to bebop and beyond - rise to the challenge, in these intimate and exciting jazz solo sessions. Pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba displays in this solo session his remarkable sensitivity toward the musical traditions from which he emerged and later embraced. Rubalcaba, one of the most important figures to emerge from Afro-Cuban jazz in the 1990s, is an extraordinarily versatile pianist who knows how to mix disparate strands of Cuban and the American jazz tradition of pianists Thelonious Monk, Bud Powell, and Oscar Peterson into a fresh, modern whole. After playing around Havana by night for twelve years, Rubalcaba met bassist Charlie Haden by chance – who instantly recognized Rubalcaba as one of the great virtuosos of the music, and talked about him to Blue Note records. It marked Rubalcaba’s arrival on the international jazz stage in the late 1980s, and, as they say, the rest is history.
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The bustling streets of Tel Aviv resonate in the music of the new generation of Israeli jazz artists, who are making a big impression in the jazz scene. The DJAZZ series ‘Tel Aviv Sessions’ is the thermometer of jazz in Israel in the first decade of the 2000s. The concerts featured in this series were recorded at several Tel Aviv jazz clubs, featuring some of the very best and freshest jazz bands. The series offers an eye-witness account of the incredible inventiveness and diversity of the Israeli jazz scene. For this session in Jerusalem’s Yellow Submarine, pianist Yaron Herman invited trumpeter Avishai Cohen. Both musicians are considered among the very finest of their generation. This concert, a sincere meeting between three musicians at the height of their powers, provides plenty of originality and emotion.
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Legendary hardbop pianist Cedar Walton’s super trio of bassist Tony Dumas and drummer Ralph Penland is joined by two stellar veterans of the great Stan Kenton’s band: tenor saxophonist Don Menza (yes, the father of Megadeth’s drummer Nick Menza!) and trumpeter Sam Noto, today a mainstay on the Canadian music scene. In this broadcast, these gentlemen play a straight-ahead jazz set in which Menza has plenty of room to bring his legendary command of circular breathing into practice, and in which drummer Ralph Penland shows us just why exactly Gil Scott-Heron, Marvin Gaye, and Ahmad Jamal were all so very keen to hire his services.
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Enrico Rava has been the major player in the growth of the Italian jazz scene at home and at the international level. Admirer of Miles and Chet, refined player and composer, he returns to the Montréal Jazz Festival with his quintet, and a new Italian prodigy in tow: saxophonist Francesco Cafiso, who is already setting the critical establishment on its ear at the tender age of 16. With the established trumpeter and the young lion, the present – and future – of Italian jazz are in good hands.
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Studio Jam - Terence Blanchard These Studio Jams give a creative, up-close and inside look at the art of making music. Each episode of Studio Jams features a diverse group of talented jazz and blues musicians, gathered together in a U.S. recording studio for one mission only: to create fresh, new music. The musicians of these sessions are some of the best in the business: world-class artists, often with strong international appeal. Many of them have never played with each other before. We watch them rehearse and perform unfamiliar, fresh material. This episode’s musicians are Terence Blanchard (trumpet), Bobby Lyle (keyboards), Lionel Loueke (guitar), Chico Huff (bass), Kendrick Scott (drums) and Edgardo Cintron (percussion).
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Live Recording from the 1990' Jazz Festival "Jazz in Antibes". Part 2: Pasha's Love, One Night Stand, Mother Tongues.
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What happens if you ask a jazz artist to just sit down and play in front of a camera, without any further ado? Some of the greatest jazz musicians in any style - from blues and boogie-woogie to bebop and beyond - rise to the challenge, in these intimate and exciting jazz solo sessions. Among them is Brad Mehldau, arguably the most popular jazz pianist of today. There seems to be no end to the versatility of the great pianist, who is equally at ease recording solo, backing classical singer Renee Flemming, playing with his trio, or playing avant-garde chamber music. His personality seems to have two sides: the improviser meets the formalist in in something that has been described as "controlled chaos", in which the emotional and the intellectual go hand in hand. Ever on the road touring the world, Mehldau stopped in 2004 to record this jazz solo session, including spectacular reworkings of Nick Drake’s River Man and Led Zeppelin’s 29 Palms.
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In this DJAZZ Belgium Sessions performance, which was recorded at AED Studios in Lint, Belgium, we witness Europe’s finest jazz musicians at work. A wide variety of international jazz musicians give a creative, up-close and inside insight into their art of playing jazz music. Young talent and established jazz musicians play to their heart’s content: take for instance this performance by violinist Alexandre Cavaliere and pianist Pascal Mohy. This recording marks the first time that these talented, rising jazz stars share the same stage. They tackle material made famous by, among others, jazz legend Miles Davis.
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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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The enduring success of ‘Incognito’ is one of the great stories of UK music since the early eighties. If you look at the recent history of soulful UK artists, you will find any number of short-lived acts that have achieved popular success. Narrow the list down to those that have created a uniquely British sound and that have endured as a global phenomenon on their own terms, and the list becomes markedly shorter. Dues, then, to Jean-Paul 'Bluey' Maunick and Incognito: formed in 1980, the band has been celebrating many years of positive vibes and undiluted jazz funk. No one would imagine that this inconspicuous gentleman with the guitar is the boss behind the scenes. The people up front seem to be calling the shots: the singers and the lead male vocalist, the extremely exact horn players, and of course the rhythm machine that mercilessly nails every beat. Incognito’s music was dubbed ‘acid jazz’ in 1990s London: jazz harmonies over funk beats that get your toes tapping, as is self-evident in this Baloise Session, recorded in Basel in Switzerland!
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This film is a souvenir of an extraordinary concert. It reveals the true personality of Liz Mc Comb: more than a great gospel singer, she is a lover who dreams of sharing her generosity with us. Liz Mc Comb sings, among others, 'I'm Just a Poor Wayfaring Stranger' for all the immigrants in the world, followed by her famous 'Time Is Now'.
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Bursting forth from their underground status, ‘Groundation’ has taken the music world by storm. Capturing the essence and drive of true roots reggae, this internationally renowned band takes the art form to new heights by blending elements of jazz, funk, salsa, fusion, and transcendental dub in a progressive amalgam of sound, especially when they play their own music live. Harrison Stafford, the front man and founder of the band, is an incredibly talented guitarist as well as a singer, and he holds the 9 piece band together really well. ‘Groundation’ began in 1998 on the campus of Sonoma State University's Jazz Program. Between 1999 and 2001, Harrison Stafford taught the first course on the History of Reggae Music at the University. In 1999, Stafford teamed up with Kris Dilbeck to found Young Tree Records and release Groundation's debut album ‘Young Tree’. The name ‘Groundation’ comes from the Rasta term ‘Grounation’.
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Bill Evans: Live in '64, '65 & '70 features five separate performances by one of the most revered pianists in music history. This collection covers an 11-year span, highlighting Evans’ ever-deepening artistry as he performs with four different all-star rhythm sections, including the stunning duo of bassist Niels-Henning
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The MotorMusic Studios in Mechelen, Belgium, attract many great musicians to the city. A wide variety of visiting international jazz musicians share their art of making jazz music with us in the DJAZZ series ‘Belgium Sessions’. In these sessions, some of Europe’s finest musicians perform their own, original music. This episode MotorMusic invites the jazz trio ‘WRaP!’, consisting of singer Barbara Wiernik, guitarist Alain Pierre, and Chet Baker’s former bassist: Jean-Louis Rassinfosse. The trio plays one of their most beautiful compositions of ‘Endless’. In this fine composition, Wiernik’s beautiful voice, Pierre’s crystal chords of the 12-string guitar, and the warm sounds of the contrabass come to full bloom.
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Night after night, the jazz clubs of New York City host new, ever-vital incarnations of jazz music. New York has it all; from bebop to hip-hop, from electro to big band swing and free jazz. The series NYC Sessions is the thermometer of New York jazz in the first decade of the 2000s. The concerts featured in this series were recorded at several New York jazz clubs, featuring some of the very best and freshest jazz bands. The series offers an eye-witness account of the incredible inventiveness and diversity of New York City’s jazz scene. Drummer Chris Dave has been around the world and back playing for and recording with some of music's most established and iconic artists including D'Angelo, Kenny Garrett, Terrence Blanchard, Wynton Marsalis, Pat Metheny, Lalah Hathaway, Sonny Rollins, and Robert Glasper. In this broadcast, the drummer plays together with Robert Glasper and Derrick Hodge at the Hip Hop Cultural Center of Harlem at the Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Expect an amazing gathering of some of world’s best jazz artists!
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Rebekka Bakken is a fantastic, unique and unmistakably Nordic singer, whose pure, bell-like voice soars from the highest heights to the most sensual lows. The Norwegian vocalist is also a storyteller. ‘As soon as there are words, it is all about the lyrics. As singers, we are only the delivery girls’, she has been quoted as saying – a gross understatement in her case. She has mastered the art of putting the spotlight on the song itself, letting it shine in colourful light, while never hiding behind the song. Whether Rebekka Bakken sings songs by Ludwig Hirsch or Tom Waits, rock songs or intimate ballads, whether accompanied by jazz guitarist Wolfgang Muthspiel, a rock band, or a big band, her iconic voice is immediately recognizable. It goes right under the skin, into the belly and head and directly to the heart. During this Baloise Session concert, Bakken provides her audience with plenty of goose bump moments to savour.
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We Pause and chat with local and international artists to get an in-depth look at their lives and music, they Play some amazing music in these, one-of-a-kind, live sessions! These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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The Netherlands Chamber Orchestra commissioned violinist Tim Kliphuis, internationally known for his genre-crossing approach to music, to write a new version of Antonio Vivaldi's ‘Four Seasons’. Kliphuis choose to take improvisation as his starting point; at the same time, he intended to leave the best-known Vivaldi themes and chords in, as they give the piece its wonderful energy. The result is a fresh and exciting interpretation that never loses sight of the original. Each season has a different character: the freshness of spring is reflected by the use of Irish and Norwegian traditional music; the summer heat can be heard in the American jazz and funk rhythms; the autumn includes a galloping safari hunt in South-Africa and the ice-cold winter warms up with the energy of Russian gypsy music. For each movement, Kliphuis has a metropole in mind which he visited on his previous concert tours. You’re about to witness a truly genre-crossing spectacle!
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Cannonball Adderley: Live in '63 boasts two beautifully filmed concerts from one of the most celebrated sextets in jazz history, captured at the top of their game. Cannonball Adderley (alto sax), Nat Adderley (cornet) and the masterful Yusef Lateef (tenor sax, flute, oboe), provide a massive three-horn frontline attack, while the stellar rhythm section featuring a pre-Weather Report Joe Zawinul (piano), Sam Jones (bass) and Louis Hayes (drums) fuel the songs with a deep infectious swing. Quincy Jones’ ‘Jessica’s Day’ leaps from the gate with a huge ‘big band’ sound that is extraordinary for only six musicians. This recording is a reminder that Cannonball Adderley was one of the most outstanding and highly respected alto saxophonists in the history of jazz, a blues-based jazzman who could play anything in superb fashion.
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An exceptional concert from Brazil: the Orquestra Sinfônica do Estado de S
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‘The legend of the groove’ is a serie of documentaries devoted to musicians who were most influential on contemporary music, such hiphop, soul, rhythm 'n blues, but also on the course of history. These musicians, have radically changed the music from the late fifties until today. Sometimes they’re unknown by a large crowd, however they all can be seen as major sources of inspiration for most of the legends and major artists of this time: Prince, Erikah Badu, Janis Joplin & Jimi Hendrix.
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Jazz fans in television land have come to the right place for their dose of first-rate world jazz: TorTube! Jazz club De Tor in Enschede is one of Europe’s most authentic jazz venues, with an absolutely unique ambiance. Some of the best musicians from Holland and the rest of the world find their way to De Tor to perform for an appreciative audience of jazz fans. This episode of TorTube entitled Vägen, features iconic Swedish jazz pianist Martin Tingvall and his trio. Tingvall has a knack for writing bright melodies that sound like they have been around for ages. During the Tingvall Trio’s performance at De Tor in Enschede, the band’s irresistible grooves reveal drummer Jürgen Spiegel’s rock and hip hop background, and double bass player Omar Rodriguez Calvo’s Cuban heritage.
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As the curtains open for Joe Zawinul’s performance at the Montréal International Jazz Festival, world beat drums and bass accented by the gifted keyboarder with magic fingers fill the air… and we know we are in for a treat. Hailed as one of the most talented and significant synthesists in jazz, Zawinul continues to redefine and expand the limits of improvisation. The show flows from beat to beat and song to song as the universal language of music, new age sounds and old world flavor, come together in this remarkable performance.
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This live recording is celebrating 50 years of West Coast Jazz. The West Coast Jazz movement had its origins about 50 years ago in Los Angeles. It was essentially a "cool" form of jazz played mostly by studio musicians as a break from their studio work. The West Coast All Stars are specially brought together for this West Coast Night. The performance shows some of the most important early pioneers of this style of jazz - including legends such as Conte Candoli, Carl Fontana and Teddy Edwards. Jazz writer and critic Alun Morgan about this concert: "Altogether a very impressive experience. These guys are all real jazz pros who can turn in a masterly performance at the drop of a hat. Who said West Coast Jazz was cold and sterile? These guys can churn up enough excitement to bring any audience to its feet."
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Innovative contemporary jazz and improvised music, the search for modernity, mind blowing sounds, rock and pop… Indeed PARADOX Tilburg goes beyond jazz, crossing musical boundaries into the unknown soundscapes of electronic music. Indie artists, blues veterans and jazz superstars all pour their hearts and souls at the Paradox. From young, local talents to top national and international artists, PARADOX Tilburg is the most intimate jazz club in the Netherlands, with a devoted audience from all across Europe. In their TV show PARADOX LIVE you get a taste of the greatest concerts and interviews with artists from all around the world. This episode of PARADOX LIVE presents the American saxophone player James Brandon Lewis.
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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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L’harmoniciste Toots Thielemans est né
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With their tantalizing mix of musics that range the globe, Amadou and Mariam ("Africa’s funkiest band," according to England’s Evening Standard) have changed the world-music landscape and inspired countless West African such as co-star groups Ba Cissoko and Electro Bamako to follow in their distinguished footsteps while attracting an avid European following. Hence, Paris – Bamako, a celebration of a music that transcends borders and cultures.
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Dizzy Gillespie & Sonny Stitt live at Cirque Royal features a historic concert from one of the founding fathers of bebop. The 1958 concert features Dizzy working eloquently within the small combo structure of a quintet including such influential musicians as sax player Sonny Stitt and bassist Ray Brown. In the beginning of the 1940s, Gillespie already collaborated with jazz greats as Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk and Kenny Clarke. Dizzy Gillespie led his own big band from 1946 to 1950. In that period of his career, he was a pioneer in the jazz scene, with music that combined jazz, Latin American and African American music. Gillespie wrote many jazz classics such as ‘Manteca’, ‘A Night in Tunisia’ and ‘Con Alma’.
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Patti Austin crosses all musical genres, has 16 solo albums to her credit, has performed her award nominated hit songs on the Grammys and Oscars. Her 1998 Jazz Album "In and out of Love" spent almost two years on the contemporary jazz charts. With live performances, along with her appearances with symphony orchestras throughout the world, Austin can look at her latest accomplishments with much justifiable pride. For Patti Austin continues to create milestones in an incredible career as a Jazz singer. For this reason, few other singers than Austin can rise to the challenge of doing justice to the legacy of the legendary Ella Fitzgerald: in this 2007 AVO session, Austin treats the audience to her interpretation of several of Ella's most loved songs, amongst which Honeysuckle Rose, Mr. Paganini, Our Love is Here to Stay, A-Tisket A-Tasket, Miss Otis Regrets, Hard Hearted Hannah, But Not For Me, Satin Doll, The Man I Love, How High The Moon, and her own tribute to Ella Fitzgerald: Hearing Ella Sing.
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At this live 1984 performance at Lulu White’s Mahogany Hall in New Orleans, veteran jazz trumpeter, singer, and actor Jack Sheldon and his all-star ensemble perform a program of straight-ahead jazz pieces that finds them sizzling no end. Together with his stellar band of pianist Dave Frishberg, guitarist John Pisano, bassist Dave Stone, and drummer Frank Capp, Sheldon works his way through a magically swinging "Don't get around much anymore" followed by a heartfelt rendition of a Spanish arrangement of "Historia De Un Amor". After several standards, a lovely interpretation of Jobim’s "Corcovado" paves the way for a high-energy set closer, "The Joint is Jumpin’", which is illustrative of the irrepressible swing that this jazz icon’s concerts have been bringing to his audiences ever since he first picked up his trumpet in the early 1950s.
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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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30 minutes of... John Coltrane provides an epic overview of a true giant of 20th-century music. Three separate shows reveal Coltrane's ascending creative arc from hard bop innovator as a member of the Miles Davis Quartet in 1960 to consummate bandleader in 1961 to unrivalled jazz visionary in 1965. This recording not only features Trane's classic quartet with Elvin Jones (drums), Jimmy Garrison (bass) and McCoy Tyner (piano), but also spotlights him onstage with other jazz legends including Stan Getz, Eric Dolphy and Oscar Peterson. Includes mind-blowing versions of his signature tunes ‘My Favorite Things’ and ‘Impressions’.
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The phrase ‘jam session’ came about in the 1920s, when white and black musicians would congregate in smoky bars after their regular paying gigs to play the jazz they couldn't in the ‘Paul Whiteman’ style bands. Bing Crosby would often attend these sessions. Musicians would say he was ‘jammin' the beat’, as he clapped on the first and the third beat, rather than the second and the fourth. Now, in the 21th century, DJAZZ takes this ‘jamming’ into a whole new dimension with Seine Sessions. The cr
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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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It is a true testament of her capabilities, talent and versatility that few vocalists can claim to have worked with such a diverse array of musicians as Fatima. Her list of collaborators includes Floating Points, Flako, Shafiq Husayn (Sa-Ra), Dam Funk, Scratcha DVA, Dorian Concept, Funkineven, Ras G, VeebeO and Teebs, to name but a few. Currently residing in East London, the velvet-toned Swede stuns with her gorgeous voice, candy-coated melodies and fresh take on modern soul. Fatima joined forces with The Eglo Live Band and has been touring around the world, from the Montreux Jazz Festival to Dimensions. In this broadcast, this unbelievably talented and soulful singer takes the stage with her live band at the unique and ethereal La Gaîté Lyrique in Paris.
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Misha Mengelberg, the forgetting has begun. He is waiting for a taxi he didn’t call to go to a performance that won’t take place. Dutch composer/pianist and grand duke of jazz Misha Mengelberg (1935) has been submerged in the shadow of dementia, ending his life as a musician. At the London jazz club Vortex in 2013 he impressively says his goodbyes to the international stage. It’s also his last major performance with his band, the Instant Composers Pool Orchestra. The musicians find it hard to let him go, but Misha’s decline is constant, and he slowly fades away from their midst. A film about exceptional loyalty, dilemmas, respect and dedication. And about music, the music of Misha Mengelberg.
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Rotterdam’s ‘ BIRD’ is a club, café and restaurant with a live music programme that's deeply rooted in jazz, and also branches out towards soul, funk, hip-hop and electronic music as well. Its name ‘BIRD’ refers to the nickname of the legendary New York jazz saxophonist, bebop co-founder Charlie Parker (1920-1955). BIRD serves Neapolitan pizzas, good wines, no-nonsense beers and an all-round metropolitan rawness. Since 2014, this urban jazz club and DJAZZ.tv have been collaborating for a series of music programmes: ‘BIRD.tv’, allowing you to experience the best BIRD concerts and interviews as from a first row seat! In this episode, our guest is an old-timer from African music: the saxophonist and composer Orlando Julius (*1943). Doubtlessly, he is royalty among Nigerian musicians. In his music, Julius combines highlife, jazz, soul, and R&B in ground-breaking ways.
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Bangui-born Bibi Tanga is attracted to groove in all its shapes. When you hear his music, it's quite easy to visualize his record collection: there's probably plenty of Curtis Mayfield and Sly Stone in there, packed in alongside the albums of Fela Kuti, Franco, Gil Scott-Heron and Arrested Development. The musical convergence of Africa, Europe and North America infused his groove with a unique sound. In 2003, Bibi crossed paths with Professeur Inlassable, a studio and electronic music wizard with whom he concocted ‘Yellow Gauze’ in 2007. Together, the two associates founded ‘The Selenites’, gloriously balancing their soul-funk aspirations. Influenced by hip-hop as much as gospel music, soul, funk and jazz, Bibi Tanga’s music evokes a musical kaleidoscopic vision, warm and resolutely urban.
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Night after night, the jazz clubs of New York City host new, ever-vital incarnations of jazz music. New York has it all; from bebop to hiphop, from electro to big band swing and freejazz. The series ‘NYC Sessions’ is the thermometer of New York jazz in the first decade of the 2000s. The concerts featured in this series were recorded at several New York jazz clubs, featuring some of the very best and freshest jazz bands. The series offers an eye-witness account of the incredible inventiveness and diversity of New York City’s jazz scene. This episode features an amazing performance of the Haitian musician Val Jeanty, better known as Val-Inc. This New York-based musician performs at the Zinc Bar on Avenue A. Val-Inc evokes the musical esoteric realms of the creative subconscious and self-defined as ‘Afro-Electronica’. She incorporates her African-Haitian musical traditions into the present and beyond, combining acoustics with electronics and the archaic with the post-modern. Exciting!
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During every late July since 1998, the French Gironde swings to the rhythms of reggae when the Reggae Sun Ska Festival takes place near Bordeaux. The ever-growing festival contributes to the fact that the reggae genre, which has roots in Jamaica, has become inseparable from the popular music of today. Reggae has roots in ska and rocksteady, two music genres that in turn derive from soul and rhythm-and-blues. The bass and drum provide ‘riddim’, the typical drum and bass accent that’s such an instantly recognizable element of reggae music. Reggae is closely related to the Rastafari belief of Jamaica. Each year, the French festival presents the biggest names in reggae - and DJAZZ brings the special rhythms of reggae to your living room! In this episode, DJAZZ broadcasts a concert of the young, dynamic and ambitious band Wailing Trees. The group plays a mix of reggae, soul, jazz, rock and world music, which must have charmed the jury of the European Reggae Contest: Wailing Trees won the French and European finales of that contest!
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Irma Thomas, the undisputed Soul Queen of New Orleans – whose 1964 hit "Time Is On My Side" is a perennial favorite in television commercials – seldom plays live concerts, but when she does the audience is in for a special treat. This 1992 live set from Mahogany Hall is no different. Together with her band mates Franker Parker III on trumpet, Donald Provost and Joseph Saulsbury on saxophone, pianist Mark Adams, guitarist Guillermo Ladut, bassist Paul Boudreaux, and drummer Wilbert Widow, Itma Thomas gives songs like "Bill Bailey" and "You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman" her inimitable treatment. The singer’s powerful voice demonstrates once again that time truly is on her side. Yes, it is!
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With the exception of DJAZZ.tv, there is hardly any jazz on television. Jazz pianist and broadcaster Ramsey Lewis has addressed this vacuum with his programme series ‘Legends of Jazz’. This interesting series brings together musicians who are not usually paired. This episode is all about the alto saxophone. Charlie Parker, Johnny Hodges and Benny Carter are just a few of the altoists that have influenced this episode's guests David Sanborn and Phil Woods. The hard-driving Sanborn (1945) has been, of course, one of the best known and most identifiable voices on the contemporary jazz scene for the past 20 years, while Woods (1931-2015) has established himself over many decades as one of the legends on the instrument. Although from opposite sides of the musical fence, Phil Woods and David Sanborn, separately and together, have created something very wonderful on this show.
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This concert of the London Big Band Orchestra at the Salle Pleyel in Paris is conducted by the French composer, arranger, conductor, and pianist Michel Legrand. Michel Legrand, like his father before him, is a prolific composer. He has written over 200 film and television scores and countless memorable songs. He is best known for his film scores, such as The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964) and The Thomas Crown Affair (1968). This last film features the song The Windmills of Your Mind for which he won his first Academy Award. Moreover, Legrand collaborated with Miles Davis, Django Reinhardt and Ray Charles – and now he adds the London Big Band Orchestra to this impressive list!
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In 1988, Dee Dee Bridgewater was one of the first great jazz singers to perform at Jazz
DJAZZ STŘEDA 13.12.
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Teus Nobel is a Dutch trumpet and flugelhorn player. As a little boy, he was inspired by ‘power’ trumpeters such as Maynard Ferguson and Bill Chase. While studying at the conservatory, he played both as jazz player and as a commercial session musician at musicals. After his time at the conservatory, he started playing in the Royal Netherlands Air Force Orchestra, playing march music influenced by pop and jazz. Today’s broadcast was recorded at the Amsterdam BIMhuis. Teus dedicates his compositions to his all-time heroes Jarmo Hoogendijk, Woody Shaw, Christian Scott, Roy Hargrove and Eric Vloeimans. This performance is based on his second album ‘Legacy’.
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These Studio Jams give a creative, up-close and inside look at the art of making music. Each episode of Studio Jams features a diverse group of talented jazz and blues musicians, gathered together in a U.S. recording studio for one mission only: to create fresh, new music. The musicians of these sessions are some of the best in the business: world-class artists, often with strong international appeal. Many of them have never played with each other before. We watch them rehearse and perform unfamiliar, fresh material. This episode’s musicians are Althea Rene (flute), Alan Hewitt (keyboards, vibes), Demetrios Pappas (keyboards), Marcus Baylor (drums) Michael Manson (bass) and Hector Rosado (percussion).
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The phrase ‘jam session’ came about in the 1920s, when white and black musicians would congregate in smoky bars after their regular paying gigs to play the jazz they couldn't in the ‘Paul Whiteman’ style bands. Bing Crosby would often attend these sessions. Musicians would say he was ‘jammin' the beat’, as he clapped on the first and the third beat, rather than the second and the fourth. Now, in the 21th century, DJAZZ takes this ‘jamming’ into a whole new dimension with Seine Sessions. The cr
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Chet Baker: Live in '64 & '79 features two concerts by the foremost interpreter of the West Coast school of cool jazz. Filmed in Europe 15 years apart, these two shows seen together provide an overview of Baker’s illustrious career. The first show is a haunting 1964 performance in a Belgian TV studio with a quartet including long-time sidemen saxophonist Jacques Pelzer and French pianist Rene Urtreger. Songs include the Miles Davis classic, ‘So What,’ and the jazz standard ‘Time After Time’ (a very rare rendition featuring Chet’s ‘Cool’ vocal style) The soulful 1979 set from Norway, with a trio featuring vibraphonist Wolfgang Lackerschmid, highlights the growth and maturity of this troubled but inspiring artist.
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Trumpeter Jacques Kuba Séguin’s ensemble unites some of Montreal’s most expressive musicians: apart from Jacques Kuba Séguin, double bassist Frédéric Alarie, pianist Jonathan Cayer, and drummer Kevin Warren deliver subtle but strong lyrical moments, that make it hard not to be touched by the musical bond of this group. The experience of their ‘Litania Projekt’ seems to stop time for an instant. Together with his expressive musicians, Jacques presents a program that swings between modernity and tradition.
DJAZZ ČTVRTEK 14.12.
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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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This musical project is, of course, dedicated to Miles whose musical journey inspires us all. According to Marcus Miller, it was Miles who was guiding in the development of his personal style. After playing some time in Miles’ Band in the ‘80s, Miller got the opportunity to write and produce an album for his childhood hero. The result was the famous and groundbreaking album ‘Tutu’. This concert is a tribute to that special album and thereby to the legend Miles Davis. For this performance, Miller invited young musicians, such as Christian Scott and Alex Han, to play with him and revisit Tutu.
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Moondog, a gaunt, mysterious and extravagantly-garbed blind street musician was celebrated among New Yorkers for two decades before gaining acclaim in Europe as an avant-garde composer conducting orchestras before royalty. Artists such as Charlie Parker, Leonard Bernstein, Steve Reich and Philip Glass have called him one of the great musical visionaries of our century.
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Three generations of listeners have been turned on to the music of mystic singer/ songwriter Terry Callier. During the 1960s, concerts in New York, made him a leading figure in the early folk boom. In the 1970s, recordings crystallised his style- a unique brand of soul, folk, jazz and a deeply moving poetry. It gained him an impassioned following among R&B hipsters and reinforced his reputation as a vocal legend. Following a series of disillusioning experiences amid the disco-craze in the early 1980s, Callier took his leave from the music business. For 15 years, Terry Callier led his life unnoticed. In the mid 1990s, the blossoming Clubs in Britain are looking for outstanding musical inspirations. London based DJ Gilles Peterson happens to find a single that blows his mind and that is soon to reach cult status in the clubs. The man who has written music history in the 1960s and 1970s, returns to the stage after a 15 year break, literally talked into a comeback by an audience that had kept on asking for his music. "Terry Callier - Live in Concert" covers the unique work of this legendary singer/songwriter.
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Art Blakey: Live in '58 features what many consider to be one of the finest line-ups in the history of jazz—Art Blakey (Drums), Bobby Timmons (Piano), Jymie Merritt (Bass), Benny Golson (Sax) and the legendary trumpet player, Lee Morgan. Lost for nearly 50 years, this historic 55-minute concert, filmed in Belgium in 1958, one month to the day after they recorded their masterpiece Moanin', is the only known visual document of this influential band who were together for only six months.
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music of the new generation of Israeli jazz artists, who are making a big impression in the jazz scene. The DJAZZ series ‘Tel Aviv Sessions’ is the thermometer of jazz in Israel in the first decade of the 2000s.The concerts featured in this series were recorded at several Tel Aviv jazz clubs, featuring some of the very best and freshest jazz bands. The series offers an eye-witness account of the incredible inventiveness and diversity of the Israeli jazz scene. Eli Degibri played during this concert with the prodigy Gadi Lehavi at the Enav Cultural Center. This duo is a great tribute to the music and produces an incredible emotion in this unique encounter between saxophone and piano.
DJAZZ PÁTEK 15.12.
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These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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The first ‘Classic Concert’ is Muddy’s performance at the legendary 1960 Newport Jazz Festival, the concert that spawned Muddy Waters At Newport, one of the greatest live albums of all time. Now available for the first time featuring pristine stereo sound synched up from that classic album, the five songs in the nearly half-hour set are the finest example of Muddy Waters’ greatness ever to be captured on film and include the definitive versions of ‘Got My Mojo Working’ and ‘Rollin’ Stone’. The second classic concert is a rare, previously unseen, complete set from the 1968 Copenhagen Jazz Festival featuring Muddy’s amazing late-sixties band including blues great Otis Spann on piano. This show, buried in the Danish vaults for 37 years, is one of the few complete Muddy Waters concerts to be captured on film from the 1960s. The third concert is a complete set from the 1977 Molde Jazz Festival in Norway. Filmed 35 years after his first recordings, Muddy and his top-notch band tear through such classics as ‘Baby Please Don’t Go’ and ‘Prison-Bound Blues’
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These Studio Jams give a creative, up-close and inside look at the art of making music. Each episode of Studio Jams features a diverse group of talented jazz and blues musicians, gathered together in a U.S. recording studio for one mission only: to create fresh, new music. The musicians of these sessions are some of the best in the business: world-class artists, often with strong international appeal. Many of them have never played with each other before. We watch them rehearse and perform unfamiliar, fresh material. This episode’s musicians are Richard Elliot (saxophone), James Rouse (drums), Chico Huff (bass), Ron Reinhardt (keyboards) and Jef Lee Johnson (guitar).
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Jazz fans in television land have come to the right place for their dose of first-rate world jazz: TorTube! Jazz club De Tor in Enschede is one of Europe’s most authentic jazz venues, with an absolutely unique ambiance. Some of the best musicians from Holland and the rest of the world find their way to De Tor to perform for an appreciative audience of jazz fans. Who’s the Bossa? is a TorTube episode featuring Dutch jazz singer Josee Koning, the leading Brazilian musician in the Netherlands. Inspired by the music of Antônio Carlos Jobim, this grande dame takes you on a musical journey through the streets of S
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Hailing from a long tradition of Malian kora players, Ballake Sissoko has worked with renowned musicians such as Toumani Diabaté and Taj Mahal. He met the French born Vincent Ségal by chance, and the two began jamming together, uncertain of what kind of music might result. As a former member of the French National Orchestra, Ségal's Western classical training does not prevent him from exploring a wide variety of extended techniques, rendering his cello a flexible partner to Sissoko's kora. A childhood spent in the Pigalle district of Paris surrounded by immigrant communities exposed Ségal to African music from an early age. As such, he possesses a natural sensitivity to Sissoko's West-African style. The concert shows a brilliant interplay between the two musicians and combines the several worlds of jazz, Malian and classical music.
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Pianist Monty Alexander stems from the big Creole-Caribbean area. He grew up in Jamaica, where he first learned the calypso, which is where his unbridled playing, his power and his incredible passion for music must have their roots. He went to the US at age 17 to play jazz with great virtuosity. Even the great Frank Sinatra was moved to remark: ‘Monty is music dynamite!’ Alexander has always kept his eye on the explosive music developments of ska and reggae in his former home of Jamaica. This prompted him to started touring with two rhythm sections in the 1980s: a sleek jazz section with bass and drums, as well as Rastafari guitarists who that add a Caribbean flair. During this Baloise Session from Switzerland’s Basel, the pianist demonstrates his virtuoso jazz chops as well as his Caribbean roots!
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Well-known for his exuberant style and intimate familiarity with a vast range of jazz and Latin idioms, Michel Camilo has always had a sixth sense for musical adventure. Camilo was one of the most stimulating jazz pianists to emerge in the mid- to late '80s. His powerful two-handed attack (full of impressive technical skills), his knowledge of both jazz and Afro-Cuban music, and his willingness to constantly take chances turn each of his solos into an adventure. This broadcast was taped during the 1999 Münchner Klaviersommer, when Camilo made one of his rare solo appearances. Improvising on a Steinway D grand piano, he drew an astonishing palette of musical colours from his instrument: rich orchestral sounds as well as and a tender lyricism.
DJAZZ SOBOTA 16.12.
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We Pause and chat with local and international artists to get an in-depth look at their lives and music, they Play some amazing music in these, one-of-a-kind, live sessions! These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
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Rhoda Scott, an American soul and jazz organist, spent most of her career in France where she earned recognition far greater than that accorded to her in the United States. There was never any doubt about what instrument she would play as a child. "It's really the most beautiful instrument in the world," she once stated in an interview. "The first thing I did was take my shoes off and work the pedals." This performance on the French Festival Jazz
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What happens if you ask a jazz artist to just sit down and play in front of a camera, without any further ado? Some of the greatest jazz musicians in any style - from blues and boogie-woogie to bebop and beyond - rise to the challenge, in these intimate and exciting jazz solo sessions. Jazz vibraphonist Gary Burton is known for his generosity to a younger generation of players most recently, he discovered and featured young guitarist Julian Lage in a world tour. Earlier, the same fate befell the electric guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel, one of the most respected jazz guitarists of the American east coast. His fluid style has earned him praise from other veteran guitarists, such as John Scofield and Pat Metheny, and helped him in recording alongside Paul Motian, Mark Turner, and many others, as an ensemble player. Yet today’s challenge, to record a solo session, was not an entirely new experience for Rosenwinkel: he recorded a solo album, Intuit, in the 1990s.
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The MotorMusic Studios in Mechelen, Belgium, attract many great musicians to the city. A wide variety of visiting international jazz musicians share their art of making jazz music with us in the DJAZZ series ‘Belgium Sessions’. In these sessions, some of Europe’s finest musicians perform their own, original music. Saxophonist Ben Sluijs and pianist Erik Vermeulen both had a classical training. Both musicians have a strong melodic and harmonic approach. Their music offers no room for showing off: it’s all about the music itself. Sluijs’s fascination for jazz grew after he graduated cum laude. This led to him taking lessons with David Liebman in the US. His colleague, Erik Vermeulen, entered the Belgian jazz scene at age 22, playing with his trio. He performed with international stars such as Clark Terry, Joe Lovano, Steve Grossman, Art Farmer, Bob Mover, Toots Thielemans, and Michael Moore. This MotorMusic episode shows the fruits of this inspiring collaboration between these two classically-trained jazz musicians.
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Singer-songwriter Fatoumata Diawara is one of the new voices of West Africa. The Malian Wassoulou-tradition, western pop music and jazz form her main sources of inspiration. At the age of seventeen, Diawara went to Paris as an actress and performed in films, street theatre and musicals. With a sparkling voice, she sings about the daily life of African Woman. She is accompanied by singers Mayra Andrade and Omara Portuondo. Mayra Andrade, who grew up in Cuba, sought out her family home on the Cape Verde Islands. She spent time in various African countries before she eventually ended up in Paris, too. Finally, the legendary Omara Portuondo, who is at least fifty years older than her two colleagues, started her career at Havana’s famous Tropicana Club. Her international recognition came when she had already reached retirement age: Portuondo was the female voice of the legendary ‘Buena Vista Social Club’. At this Baloise Session from Switzerland’s Basel, these three vocalists present one concert arranged by pianist Roberto Fonseca. Fonseca learned from Ruben Gonzales in the ‘Buena Vista Social Club’. As a young musician, he sat in with the band of saxophone dervish Michael Brecker.
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For the first time in 16 years, Manu Dibango is back into the studio to make, compose and record new songs. Surrounded by a new generation of talented musicians such as Wayne Beckford, Oum, and Passion Pit Bacardi, he knows how to create a unique sound. This sound is a mix of pop, afro-funk, soul, hip hop, electro rock and jazz. In this show in the Casino of Paris he shows this new sound and also proves why he can be regarded as the pioneer of the world music.