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Fri. April 28

00:00
Liz McComb in Paris: Back to Blues
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'.
Display Titles: Liz McComb in Paris: Back to Blues
Artists: Liz McComb
Location: Olympia, Paris, France
Concert Year: 1998
01:11
Studio Jam: Tuck Andress & Joey…
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 Tuck Andress (guitar), Joey DeFrancesco (organ), Victor Wooten (bass), Roy Wooten (drums), Jeff Coffin (saxophone), Kofi Burbridge (flute) and Derek Trucks (guitar).
Display Titles: Studio Jam: Tuck Andress & Joey DeFrancesco
Artists: Kofi Burbridge,Victor Wooten,Jeff Coffin,Derek Trucks,Tuck Andress,Roy Wooten,Joey DeFrancesco
Location: Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, Unites States
Concert Year: 2000
01:58
Focus on Vocal Jazz: Marielle Koeman
DJAZZ and Enkhuizen's 'Drommedaris' present live jazz concerts under the nomer ‘Focus on Vocal Jazz’. These concerts take place at the atmospheric 16th-century 'Drommedaris' gate in the harbour of Enkhuizen. Jazz pianist Jos van Beest presides over the presentation and programmation of the concert series. The characteristic Drommedaris concert venue was recently fully refurbished to meet today's standards, now offering three stages to theatre, cabaret, and music performances, as well as film screenings. In this episode, jazz vocalist Marielle Koeman takes the stage, accompanied by Jos van Beest, Nanning van de Hoop, and Erik Schoonderwoerd.
Display Titles: Focus on Vocal Jazz: Marielle Koeman
Artists: Marielle Koeman,Jos van Beest,Nanning van de Hoop,Erik Schoonderwoerd
Location: De Drommedaris, Enkhuizen, The Netherlands
Concert Year: 2015
02:32
Anoushka Shankar - Traveller
Sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar is one of the leading figures in World Music today. She is deeply rooted in Indian classical music, having studied exclusively with her father, the legendary Ravi Shankar, from the age of nine. Thriving as a composer, she has been exploring fertile ground in the crossover between Indian music and a variety of genres including flamenco, electronica, jazz and Western classical music. In her latest album ‘Traveller’ she finds her way into the nuances of modern flamenco through the vivid lens of Hindustani technique. The film features a concert at the Festival de Músiques Religioses I Del Món De Girona in 2011.
Display Titles: Anoushka Shankar - Traveller
Artists: Ricardo Mino,Sanjeev Shankar,Sandra Carrasco,Padma Shankar,Ramon Porrina,Pirashanna Thevarajah,Shalini Patnaik,Anoushka Shankar,Pepe Habichuela,Alvaro Antona,Kenji Ota
Location: Festival de Músiques Religioses I Del Món de Girona, Girona, Spain
Concert Year: 2011
04:07
Ron Carter Trio: The Golden Striker
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. In 2011, Ron Carter gave an outstanding concert at ‘Jazz sous les Pommiers’. Carter, who is among the most original, prolific and influential bassists in jazz, has more than 2,000 albums to his credit. He has recorded with the who’s who of jazz: from Tommy Flanagan and Gil Evans to Lena Horne, Bill Evans, B.B. King, the Kronos Quartet, Dexter Gordon, Wes Montgomery, and Bobby Timmons. In the early 1960s, Ron Carter performed throughout the United States in concert halls and nightclubs with Jaki Byard and Eric Dolphy. He later toured Europe with Cannonball Adderley. From 1963 to 1968, he was a member of the classic and acclaimed Miles Davis Quintet. He was named ‘Outstanding Bassist of the Decade’ by the Detroit News and ‘Jazz Bassist of the Year’ by Downbeat Magazine.
Display Titles: Ron Carter Trio: The Golden Striker
Artists: Ron Carter,Mulgrew Miller,Bobby Broom
Location: Jazz sous les Pommiers, Coutances, France
Concert Year: 2011
05:04
Solo Session: Kelly Joe Phelps
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. Guitarist Kelly Joe Phelps, a brilliant improviser, is known for his ability to put a new spin on a song every time he plays in his unique delta blues-meets-jazz style. "For me, the direction is always forward. Everything I'm doing now is deeply rooted in what I've done before, coupled with whatever sense of vision I've been fortunate enough to receive. I change, the music changes, but it's a very straight line. Each individual performance exemplifies my current musical passions and explorations added to past influences and experience”, Phelps says. The guitarist, who started out playing mainly the bass, has taken his cues from jazz legends such as Ornette Coleman, Miles Davis, and John Coltrane, and mixes their influence with an inimitable sense for the blues.
Display Titles: Solo Session: Kelly Joe Phelps
Artists: Kelly Joe Phelps
Location: Toronto, Canada
Concert Year: 2004
05:54
Istanbul Sessions: Büyükberber
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. Clarinetist Oguz Büyükberber has created a unique sound consisting of Turkish music and mixtures of well-known jazz melodies. During this concert at the legendary Nardis Jazz Club, he is assisted by Erdal Akyol on bass and Cem Aksel on drums.
Display Titles: Istanbul Sessions: Büyükberber
Artists: Oguz Büyükberber,Erdal Akyol,Cem Aksel
Location: Istanbul, Turkey
Concert Year: 2011
07:00
DJAZZ Portrait: Reinier Baas
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.
Display Titles: DJAZZ Portrait: Reinier Baas
Artists: Reinier Baas
Location: Eindhoven, the Netherlands
Concert Year: 2013
07:12
The Father of Jazz Saxophone: Coleman…
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.
Display Titles: The Father of Jazz Saxophone: Coleman Hawkins
Artists: Coleman Hawkins,Harry Edison,Charles Thompson,Jimmy Woode,Jo Jones
Location: England
Concert Year: 1964
08:34
Anita O'Day Live in '63 &…
Anita O'Day: Live in '63 & '70 boasts two wonderful concerts from 1963 and 1970 that present the ‘jazz singer supreme’ in impeccable form. O’Day’s horn-based approach to singing is in full effect throughout both shows including stand-out renditions in each show of audience favorites ‘Tea For Two’ and ‘Sweet Georgia Brown’. These recordings are a fitting testimony to one of jazz music’s true originals and shows unequivocally why she is ranked in the top tier of vocalists along with Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan and Billie Holiday.
Display Titles: Anita O'Day Live in '63 & '70: Jazz Singer Supreme
Artists: Anita O'Day,Göran Engdal,Roman Dylag,John Poole,George Arvanitas,Jacky Somson,Charles Saudrais
Location: Sweden (1963) & Norway (1970)
Concert Year: 1963
09:32
Marcus Miller: Thoughts on Miles
This documentary is a portrait of Marcus Miller recorded during the tour ‘Tutu Revisited’ in 2009. In the film Marcus Miller looks back on his relationship with Miles Davis. Furthermore, Miller tells us about the process of making the composition 'Tutu', and tells us many stories of the legendary recording of this album. The filming of this documentary took place at the exhibition 'We Want Miles' in the ‘Cité de la Musique’ in Paris in 2009.
Display Titles: Marcus Miller: Thoughts on Miles
Artists: Marcus Miller
Concert Year: 2009
10:08
Songs of Freedom
Join opera singer Measha Brueggergosman on her personal journey as she explores the music of her ancestors: she performs a powerful selection of freedom songs that came from Africa to North America via the slave trade. ‘Songs of Freedom’ offers a dynamic stylistic blend of historical documentary, personal quest and musical performance as we follow Measha from her home on the East coast of Canada to the country of her ancestors on the West coast of Africa. ‘Songs of Freedom’ presents 18 well-known freedom songs, including ‘Amazing Grace’, ‘Swing Low Sweet Chariot’, ‘Go Tell It on the Mountain’ and ‘Go Down Moses’ - all arranged with flare and originality by composer/pianist Aaron Davis. Also featured is the Nova Scotia Mass Choir conducted by Marko Simmonds, the Ebenezer Choir of Cameroon, and the charismatic young Cameroonian vocalist Sanzy Viany.
Display Titles: Songs of Freedom
Artists: Measha Brueggergosman
Concert Year: 2015
11:33
Now on
Imany: Shape of a Broken Heart
French soul singer Imany was born as Nadia Mladjao, but became known by her pseudonym meaning ‘hope’ in Swahili language. After having started a career as athlete and model, Imany returned from the United States and dedicated herself to a musical career at age 29. Imany successfully embeds her music with her own passion and imagination. For instance, she made a drawing with her eyes closed, after which she named her debut album ‘Shape of a Broken Heart’. This imaginary power is clearly audible during her concert in the Parisian Bobino Theatre. As always, Imany gives a memorable show with the songs ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, ‘Slow Down’, ‘Mercedes Benz’, ‘Please And Change’, and ‘I've Gotta Go’.
Display Titles: Imany: Shape of a Broken Heart
Artists: Imany,Stéphane Castry,Rachid Guissous,Romain Joutard,Chloé Girodon,Julien Grattard,Stéphane Goldman,Taofik Farah
Location: Bobino Theatre, Paris, France
Concert Year: 2012
12:33
10th Anniversary: JazzArt Orchestra …
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.
Display Titles: 10th Anniversary: JazzArt Orchestra & Friends
Artists: JazzArt Orchestra,Ruben Hein,CC Campbell,Fay Claassen,Folkert Oosterbeek
Location: Schouwburg Odeon, Zwolle, The Netherlands
Concert Year: 2015
14:00
Michel Camilo: The Soloist on Steinway
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.
Display Titles: Michel Camilo: The Soloist on Steinway
Artists: Michel Camilo
Location: Münchner Klaviersommer, Munich, Germany
Concert Year: 1999
15:19
The Paris Reunion Band
This assemblage of authentic luminaries recreates the sound of Paris in the 50's and 60's when the City of Light was Europe's mecca for American jazz musicians. The Paris Reunion Band was formed as homage to Kenny Clarke and the spirit of his fellow Paris jazzmen.
Display Titles: The Paris Reunion Band
Artists: Idris Muhammad,Curtis Fuller,Joe Henderson,Kenny Drew,Nathan Davies,Nat Adderley
Location: Jazz Bühne, Berlin, Germany
Concert Year: 1988
16:18
Louis Armstrong and His All Stars: Live…
Louis Armstrong: Live in '59 is one of the only known complete Armstrong concerts from the 1950s to be captured on film. This 55-minute set, filmed in Belgium in 1959, features many of Satchmo’s greatest songs including ‘Mack The Knife’, ‘When It’s Sleepy Time Down South’ and ‘Stompin’ At The Savoy,’ backed by his stellar band the All-Stars, featuring Trummy Young, Peanuts Hucko, Billy Kyle, Danny Barcelona and Mort Herbert.
Display Titles: Louis Armstrong and His All Stars: Live in '59
Artists: Louis Armstrong,Trummy Young,Peanuts Hucko,Billy Kyle,Danny Barcelona,Mort Herbert
Location: Antwerp, Belgium
Concert Year: 1959
17:13
DJAZZ Portrait: Ogloc 5tetes
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.
Display Titles: DJAZZ Portrait: Ogloc 5tetes
Artists: Ogloc 5tetes
Location: Annecy, France
Concert Year: 2015
17:19
Marcus Miller & Christian Scott:…
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.
Display Titles: Marcus Miller & Christian Scott: Tutu Revisited
Artists: Marcus Miller,Christian Scott,Federico Gonzalez Peña,Ronald Bruner Jr,Alex Han
Location: Auditorium of Lyon, France
Concert Year: 2010
19:17
Visions of Music: Global Visions
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.
Display Titles: Visions of Music: Global Visions
Concert Year: 1998
20:04
BIRDtv: De Deeldeliers
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! This episode is reserved for ‘De Deeldeliers’, featuring poet and so-called ‘Night Mayor of Rotterdam’ Jules Deelder (*1944). His poems cover Rotterdam city life, drug use, and jazz. In De Deeldeliers, he is accompanied by Hammond organist Bas van Lier, tenor saxophonist Boris van der Lek, and drummer Erik Kooger.
Display Titles: BIRDtv: De Deeldeliers
Artists: Jules Deelder,Bas van Lier,Boris van der Lek,Erik Kooger
Location: BIRD, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Concert Year: 2015
20:20
Jazz à Antibes Juan-les-pins: John…
Live Recording from the 1990' Jazz Festival "Jazz in Antibes". Part 2: Pasha's Love, One Night Stand, Mother Tongues.
Display Titles: Jazz à Antibes Juan-les-pins: John McLaughlin #2
Artists: John McLaughin
Location: Jazz à Antibes Juan-les-pins, Antibes, France
Concert Year: 1990
21:00
Blue Note: A Story of Modern Jazz -…
Art Blakey, Dexter Gordon, Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock, Thelonious Monk... these names are synonymous with the great Jazz Age. But how many people know Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff, to whom we owe the recorded memory of our Jazz legends? Two German Jews who emigrated from Nazi Germany to New York "discovered" an American art form which at the time received little serious attention from mainstream America: Jazz Music. Without money or connections and speaking little English, the two men began to record practically unknown musicians, following their own taste and judgment. Today this list of artists reads like the Who-is-Who of Jazz. "Blue Note - A Story of Modern Jazz" tells the story of Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff and their record label. It is the story of the rise of Modern Jazz, of a friendship in exile and of uncompromising artistic excellence. Told by the musicians, by friends and associates and by fans of the Blue Note recordings from all walks of life, the film Blue Note recreates an era of American cultural history.
Display Titles: Blue Note: A Story of Modern Jazz - First Part
Artists: Ron Carter,Max Roach,André Previn,Herbie Hancock,Bertrand Tavernier,Carlos Santana,Taj Mahal,Kareem Abdul Jabbar
Concert Year: 1997
22:02
Blue Note: A Story of Modern Jazz Part …
Art Blakey, Dexter Gordon, Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock, Thelonious Monk... these names are synonymous with the great Jazz Age. But how many people know Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff, to whom we owe the recorded memory of our Jazz legends? Two German Jews who emigrated from Nazi Germany to New York "discovered" an American art form which at the time received little serious attention from mainstream America: Jazz Music. Without money or connections and speaking little English, the two men began to record practically unknown musicians, following their own taste and judgment. Today this list of artists reads like the Who-is-Who of Jazz. "Blue Note - A Story of Modern Jazz" tells the story of Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff and their record label. It is the story of the rise of Modern Jazz, of a friendship in exile and of uncompromising artistic excellence. Told by the musicians, by friends and associates and by fans of the Blue Note recordings from all walks of life, the film Blue Note recreates an era of American cultural history.
Display Titles: Blue Note: A Story of Modern Jazz Part - Part II
Concert Year: 1997
23:02
The Blue Note Masters
Ron Carter, Bobby Hutcherson and Joe Chambers are legends of Blue Note Records. They have established themselves as forward-thinking and inventive band leaders, composers and studio musicians, astonishing audiences around the world with their creativity and technical versatility.
Display Titles: The Blue Note Masters
Artists: Ron Carter,Bobby Hutcherson,Javon Jackson,Joe Chambers,Kevin Hays
Location: Jazz Open, Stuttgart, Germany
Concert Year: 1997