from bygone eras

Juan Amalbert's Latin Jazz Quintet - Mambo Bobbie

Juan Amalbert’s Latin Jazz Quintet, Mambo Bobbie.

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The Blue Note covers of Herbie Hancock.

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Miles Davis - So What

karamazove:

So What

Miles Davis

Kind of Blue

The best.

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gottahavesoul:

Charlie Parker - Out of nowhere

Charlie Parker (alto sax), Miles Davis (trumpet), Duke Jordan (piano), Tommy Potter (bass), Max Roach (drums)

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Lester Young & Count Basie.
Paul Chambers and Miles Davis, live at the Village Vanguard in New York City. 1958.

Herbie Hancock, Hidden Shadows. 1973.

Great record.

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Chick Webb & His Orchestra, Stompin At The Savoy. 1934.

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Thelonious Monk, Genius of Modern Music.

Thelonious Monk, Genius of Modern Music.

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Bill Evans at work.