Louis Armstrong All-Stars: Louis Armstrong on trumpet and vocal, Trummy Young on trombone, Joe Darensbourg on clarinet, Billy Kyle on piano, Billy Cronck on bass, Danny Barcelona on drums, and Jewel Bron on vocal. Songs: When It's Sleepy Time Down South, C'est Si Bon, Someday, Jerry, Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen, and When the Saints
Bobby Hackett Sextet: Bobby Hackett on cornet, Urbie Green on trombone, Bob Wilber on clarinet, Dave McKenna on piano, Nabil Totah on bass, and Morey Feld on drums. Songs: Bill Bailey, Struttin With Some Barbecue, and When the Saints
Eddie Condon All Stars: Wild Bill Davison on cornet, Cutty Cutshall on trombone, Peanuts Hucko on clarinet, J. Varro on piano, Eddie Condon on guitar, Joe Williams on bass, and Buzzy Drootin on drums
Songs: Fuller Love, Miz BC, My Ship, Blues for Gonzi, A Monk's Dream, and 56
Tracks: opening drum solo, On the Ginza, interview 1, I Want to Talk About You, interview 2, Two of a Kind, interview 3, and Dr. Jackle
Band: Art Blakey on drums, Terence Blanchard on trumpet, Donald Harrison on alto sax, Jean Toussaint on on tenor sax, Mulgrew Miller on piano, and Lonnie Plaxico on bass
Songs: Just By Myself, Moanin, I Remember Clifford, It's You Or No One, Whisper Not, Night in Tunisia, and MY Theme
Band: Art Blakey on drums, Bobby Timmons on piano, Jymie Merritt on bass, Lee Morgan on trumpet, and Benny Golson on sax
Songs: Blues March, Are You Real, Night in Tunisia, Close Your Eyes, Goldie, Ray's Idea, and Lester Left Town
Band: Lee Morgan on trumpet, Wayne Shorter on tenor sax, Walter Davis Jr on piano, Jymie Merritt on bass, and Art Blakey on drums
Personnel: Michael Brecker on tenor sax, Mike Mainieri on vibes, Eliane Elias on piano, Eddie Gomez on bass, Peter Erskine on drums, Bob Mintzer on tenor sax, Warren Bernhart on piano, and Omar Hakim on drums.
Songs: Island, Pools, Skyward Bound, Northern Cross, Loxodrome, Sarah's Touch, Duo, Both Sides of the Coin, Crossed Wires, Sarah's Touch, Bamboo, and Bullet Train.
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Songs: (Nijmegen) Prologue, Game of Chess, Conception, Camilla, Two Left Shoes, Mister BB, Arabian Quest, (Maastricht) backstage footage, Happenstance, Peacock Strut, Sintar Klass is Boos, and Round Midnight
Michiel Borstlap on keyboards and Bill Bruford on drums
Songs: Sample and Hold, Beelzebub, Sahara of Snow (parts 1 and 2), Forever Until Sunday, Back to the Beginning, Adios a la Pasada (Goodbye to the Past), and 5G
Band: Annette Peacock on vocals, Allan Holdsworth on guitar, Dave Stewart on keyboards, Jeff Berlin on bass, and Bill Bruford on drums and percussion
Songs: Revel Without a Pause, Never the Same Way Once, Original Sin, Come to Dust, Some Shiver While He Cavorts, The Wooden Man Sings and the Stone Woman Dances, The Emperor's New Clothes, Shadow of a Doubt, Triplicity, Footloose and Fancy Free, Cloud Cuckoo Land, and Bridge of Inhibition
Songs: All the Way, A Very Smelly Grubby Little Oik, Liar, Revenge, Tell Me Why, Right for Me, Nine Feet Underground, Nightmare, Backwards, A Hunting We Shall Go, For Richard, and Headloss
Band: Pye Hastings on vocal and guitar, Richard Coughlan on drums, Jan Schelhaas on keyboards, Geoff Richardson on viola, Doug Boyle on guitar, Jim Leverton on bass, and Simon Bentall on percussion
Songs: Walk to the Mountain, Rhumba Multikulti, When the Rain Comes, Bemsha Swing, and Trans Love Airways
Band: Don Cherry on trumpet and vocal, Peter Apfelbaum on saxophone and piano, Bo Freeman on bass, and Joshua Jones on drums
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Personnel: John Coltrane on tenor sax, McCoy Tyner on piano, Jimmy Garrison on bass, Elvin Jones on drums, Eric Dolphy on alto sax and flute, and Reggie Workman on bass.
Tracks: Naima, Blue Valse, My Favorite Things, Every Time We Say Goodbye, Impressions, Afro-Blue, Alabama, and Impressions
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"So What" performed by Coltrane with the Miles Davis Quintet in 1959. "Every Time We Say Goodbye," "Impressions," and "My Favorite Things" performed by John Coltrane on soprano and tenor saxophones, Eric Dolphy on alto sax and flute, McCoy Tyner on piano, Reggie Workman on bass, and Elvin Jones on drums, in 1961. "Afro Blue," "Impressions," and "Alabama" performed by Coltrane on soprano and tenor saxophones, McCoy Tyner on piano, Jimmy Garrison on bass, and Elvin Jones on drums, in 1963
John Coltrane Quartet: McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, and Elvin Jones. 1963. Songs: Afro Blue, Alabama, and Impressions
Ben Webster Quartet: Vince Guaraldi, Monty Budwig, Colin Bailey, and Jimmy Witherspoon. 1962. Songs: Times Getting Tougher, Tain't Nobody's Business, Cottontail, Chelsea Bridge, I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town, Roll 'Em, and Ben's Little Scheme
Sonny Rollins Quartet: Jim Hall, Bob Cranshaw, and Ben Riley. 1962. Songs: The Bridge, God Bless the Child, and If Ever I Would Leave You
Charles Lloyd Quartet: Keith Jarrett, Ron McClure, and Jack DeJohnette. 1968. Songs: Love Ship, Tagore/Passing Through, and Forest Flower
Songs: intro theme: National Educational TV Blues, Afro Blues, Alabama, and Impressions
Band: John Coltrane on saxophones, McCoy Tyner on piano, Jimmy Garrison on bass, and Elvin Jones on drums
Songs: Germany 1960: On Green Dolphin Street, Walkin, The Theme, Autumn Leaves/What's New/Moonlight in Vermont, Hackensack. Germany 1961: My Favorite Things, Ev'rytime We Say Goodbye, Impressions. Belgium 1965: Vigil, Naima, and My Favorite Things
Personnel: Gene Goe, Sonny Cohn, and Oscar Brashear on trumpet; Al Aarons on trumpet and flugelhorn; Grover Mitchell, Richard Boone, and Bill Hughes on baritone trombone; Marshal Royal on alto sax and clarinet; Bobby Plater on alto sax and flute; Eric Dixon on tenor sax and flute; Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis on tenor sax; Charlie Fowlkes on baritone; Count Basie on piano; Freddie Green on guitar; Norman Keenan on bass; Harold Jones on drums; and Marlena Shaw on vocals
Songs: All of Me, Hittin Twelve, Blues for Ilean, Bill Bailey, On a Clear Day, Cherokee, Good Time Blues, Night in Tunisia, Muddy Water Blues, Whirly-Bird, Lonely Street, The Magic Flea, One O'Clock Jump, Splanky, All of Me, Hittin Twelve, Blues for Ilean, and Cherokee.
Songs: So What, The Duke, Blues for Pablo, and New Rhumba
Songs: One Phone Call, Human Nature, Something's On Your Mind, Time After Time, Code MD, and Jean Pierre
Band: Miles Davis on trumpet, Robert Berg on sax, Robert Irving III on synthesizer, Daryl Jones on bass, John Scofield on guitar, Steve Thornton on percussion, and Vince Wilburn on drums
Tracks: introduction, Human Nature, Jilli, Miles on the media, Hannibal, Miles on art, Hannibal (continued), Miles on his sound, Don't Stop Me Now, Amandla, Miles on South Africa, Tutu, Miles on Africa, Tutu (continued), Miles on melody, Tutu (continued), Miles on friends, Wrinkle, Miles on posterity, New Blues, Miles on fame, Mr. Pastorius and musician credits, and closing credits
Personnel: Kenny Drew on piano, Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen on bass, and Alvin Queen on drums
Songs: My Shining Hour, You Don't Know What Love Is, Oleo, Bluesology, In Your Own Sweet Way, All Blues, and Blues In the Closet
Recorded at the Brewhouse in London, 1992
Songs: Very Early, Stella By Starlight, If You Could See Me Now, Autumn Leaves, Time Remembered, Nardis, Five, Person I Knew, Days of Wine and Roses, Your Story, Nardis, and an after concert interview
Personnel: Bill Evans on piano, Chuck Israels on bass, Larry Bunker on drums, Eddie Gomez on bass, Marty Morrell on drums, Marian McPartland on piano, John Lewis on piano, Patrice Rushen on piano, and Paul Motian on drums.
Tracks: How My Heart Sings, Nardis, Who Can I Turn To, Someday My Prince Will Come, How Deep Is the Ocean, Waltz for Debby, My Foolish Heart, Emily, I Loves You Porgy, Up With the Lark, and Billie's Bounce
Maynard Ferguson Big Band: Take the A Train, Maria (from West Side Story), Got the Spirit, Send for Me, and All Right OK You Win
Tony Scott Quartet: Satin Doll, Autumn Leaves, Blues for Charlie Parker, and Nina's Dance (Jazz Waltz)
Songs: Two Weeks in Spain, Free Hand, On Reflection, I'm Turning Around, Just the Same, Playing the Game, Memories of Old Days, Betcha Thought We Couldn't Do It, JP Weathers presents, Funny Ways, For Nobody, Mountain Time, Give it Back, I Lost My Head, Words From the Wise, Thank You, and Giant For a Day
Songs: Stan Kenton & Orchestra: theme and announcements, Limehouse Blues, All the Things You Are, Waltz of the Prophets, Maria, Malaguena, closing theme and announcements. Benny Golson and British Orchestra: Stockholm Sojourn, I Remember Clifford, British Blues, Happy Face, The Call, and Waltz for Debby. Tubby Hayes and British Orchestra: Parisian Thoroughfare, Tubby's Waltz, and Tubby's Bop. Bonus Stan Kenton and Orchestra: Intermission Riff, Mission Trail, and Artistry in Rhythm
Personnel: Dexter Gordon on tenor and soprano saxophones, George Cables on piano, Rufus Reid on bass, and Eddie Gladen on drums.
Songs: It's You Or No One, the Panther, Alone Together, and Backstairs.
Johnny Griffin Quartet: Johnny Griffin on tenor sax, Ronnie Matthews on piano, Ray Drummond on bass, and Kenny Washington on drums. Songs: opening and Blues For Gonzi, A Monk's Dream, and 56 and closing
Mike Mainieri Quintet: Bob Mintzer on tenor sax, Mike Mainieri on vibraphone, Warren Bernhart on piano, Eddie Gomez on bass, and Omar Hakim on drums. Songs: Crossed Wires, Sarah's Touch, Bamboo, and Bullet Train
Songs: Watcher of the Skies, Riding the Colossus, Firth of Fifth, Battlelines, Camino Royale, Court of the Crimson King, Horizons, Walking Away from Rainbows, Heat of the Moment, In That Quiet Earth, Vampyre With a Healthy Appetite, I Talk to the Wind, Shadow of the Hierophant, Los Endos, Black Light, The Steppes, and I Know What I Like.
Songs: Nature Boy, Voodoo Dance, All the Time In the World, When the Cookie Jar is Empty, A Little Help From You, Livin it Up, Freeway to Her, The Other Side, Bwana He No Home, All in the Scheme of Things, Go Tell Sarah, Al Capone, Antonio's Song, How Wonderful You Are, Love Won't Let Me Wait, All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Go, Someone I Knew, Ain't No Sunshine, and You Can't Hold a Good Man Down
Band: Gordon Haskell on vocal and acoustic guitar, Hamish Stuart on guitars and backing vocal, Jacek Piskorz on keyboards, Damian Kurasz on guitars, Piotr Zaczek on fretless bass guitar, Marek Podkowa on tenor sax, and Robert Luty on drums and percussion. With guest vocalist Kasia Skrzynecka on "All in the Scheme of Things."
Hawkins/Edison Quintet: Coleman Hawkins on tenor sax, Harry "Sweets" Edison on trumpet, Sir Charles Thompson on piano, Jimmy Woode on bass, and Jo Jones on drums. Town Hall, London, October 1964. Songs: introduction/Stoned, September Song, What's New, Willow Weep For Me, Centerpiece, and Caravan
Hawkins/Carter Quintet: Coleman Hawkins on tenor sax, Benny Carter on alto sax, Tedey Wilson on piano, Bob Cranshaw on bass, and Louie Bellson on drums. Royal Jazz Festival, London, 26th November 1966. Songs: Blue Lou, I Can't Get Started, Body and Soul, and Disorder at the Border.
Quartet: Hawkins on tenor sax, Oscar Peterson on piano, Sam Jones on bass, and Louis Hayes on drums. Recorded in Paris, 1962. Songs: Moonglow
Quintet: George Arvanitas on piano, Mickey Baker on guitar, Jimmy Woode on bass, and Kansas Fields on drums. Recorded in Brussels early June 1962. Songs: Blowing for Adolphe Sax, Disorder at the Border, South of France Blues (Blues in G), and Rifftide
Bonus Hawkins/Eldridge Sextet: Roy Eldridge on trumpet, Barry Galbraith on guitar, Johnny Guarnieri on piano, Milt Hinton on bass, Cozy Cole on drums, and Carol Stevens on vocals. "After Hours" short film, New York 1961. Songs: intro/Blues, Lover Man, Sunday, Taking a Chance on Love, and Just You Just Me
Songs: It Must Be Jazz, San Michele, Fred, Pud Wud, Blues for Tony, The Fifth, Red Alert, Protocosmos, and Looking Glass
Songs: New One, Vortex, World Protection Blues, Homecoming, and Wight Waits for Weights
Band: Dave Holland on bass, Steve Coleman on saxophone, Kenny Wheeler on trumpet, Robin Eubanks on trombone, and Marvin Smith on drums
Personnel: Duke Jordan on piano, Jesper Lundgaard on bass, Age Tandgaard on drums, Clark Terry on trumpet and flugelhorn, Jimmy Woode on bass, and Svend E. Norregaard on drums
Songs: Dances a Ball, Lush Life/Solitude, Gone With the Wind, Jordu, In a Mellotone, Mood Indigo, Just Squeeze Me, God Bless the Child, Satin Doll, and Lady Be Good
Songs: Circular Improv, Vrooom Vrooom, Frame By Frame, Dinosaur, One Time, Red, B'boom, Thrak, Matte Kudasai, Three of a Perfect Pair, Vrooom, Coda: Marine 475, Sex Sleep Eat Drink Dream, Elephant Talk, Indiscipline, Talking Drum, Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part 2, People, and Walking on Air
Personnel: Steve Lacy on soprano sax, Irene Aebi on vocals and violin, Steve Potts on alto sax, Bobby Few on piano, Jean-Jacques Avenel on bass, and Oliver Johnson on drums.
Songs: Kohntarkosz, Lihns, Emehnteht-re part 1, Rindoh, Emehnteht-re part 2, Hhai, Zombies, Nono, and The Last Seven Minutes
Band: Stella Vander on vocal and percussion, James Mac Gaw on guitar and vocal, Emmanuel Borghi on clavier, Philippe Bussonnet on bass, Christian Vander on drums, Benoit Widemann on clavier, Jannick Top on bass, Antoine Paganotti on vocal, Isabelle Feuillebois on vocal and percussion, and Himiko Paganotti on vocals and percussion
Phineas Newborn Jr. Trio: Phineas Newborn Jr on piano, Al McKibbon on bass, and Kenny Dennis on drums. TV sho recorded November 1962 in Los Angeles. Tracks: introduction, Theme for Basie, Lush Life, Blues for the Left Hand Only, New Blues, and Oleo
Duke Jordan Trio: Duke Jordan on piano, Jesper Lundgaard on bass, and Age Tandgaard on drums. Live at Club Montmartre in Copenhage, 7th April, 1985. Tracks: Dances a Ball, Lush Life/Solitude, Gone With the Wind, and Jordu
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Personnel: Sonny Stitt on alto sax, JJ Johnson on trombone, Howard McGhee on trumpet, Walter Bishop Jr. on piano, Tommy Potter on bass, and Kenny Clarke on drums
Songs: Buzzy, My Little Suede Shoes, Lover Man, Now's the Time, Buzzy, Lover Man, and Now's the Time
Frank Rosolino Quartet - Personnel: Frank Rosolino on trombone and violincello, Mike Melvoin on piano, Bob Bertaux on bass, and Nick Martinis on drums. Songs: theme and announcments, Yesterdays, Mean to Me, Please Don't Bug Me, Lover Man, and Well You Needn't.
Jack Teagarden Octet - Personnel: Jack Teagarden on trombone and violincello, Charlie Teagarden on trumpet, Don Bonnee on clarinet, Heinie Beau on alto sax, Pud Brown on tenor sax, Marvin Ash on piano, Ray Leatherwood on bass, Ray Bauduc on drums, and the Jud Conlon Rhythmaires. Tracks: Lover, Basin Street Blues, Wolverine Blues, Rockin Chair, That's a Plenty, Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen, Jack Armstrong Blues, Stars Fell on Alabama, Dark Eyes, and Georgia On My Mind.
bonus Hoagy Carmichael with Jack Teagarden and Orchestra. Track: Two Sleepy People/That's Right I'm Wrong/Washboard Blues/Lazy Bones/Small Fry/Rockin Chair/Stardust