10. Sep. 2014, 13:43 von esbartolo
3. Mai. 2012, 3:57 von UhwelluhShow featuring recordings made by swing era veterans in the past two decades.
Swing Plus #203
5/1/12 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm AZ time
1-Old Man Time – Milt Hinton
2-Just Friends (live) – Harry Sweets Edison & Buddy Tate
3-Blue Creek – James Carter & Buddy Tate
4-Blue Moon (live) – Stephane Grappelli
5-Hamp’s Note (live) – Lionel Hampton
6-Cottontail – LINCOLN CENTER JAZZ ORCHESTRA & Illinois Jacquet
7-Singing The Blues (live) – Flip Phillips
8-Jada – Doc Cheatham & Nicholas Payton
9-Sometimes I’m Happy – Jerry Jerome
10-Crazy Legs & Friday Strut (live) – Jay McShann & David Fathead Newman
11-Moten Swing – Statesmen Of Jazz
12-My Inspiration – Allan Vache & Bob Haggart
13-Blues For The Count – Gerald Wilson
14-I See You – Benny Carter & Peggy Lee
6. Sep. 2009, 19:56 von OzzloafBands I've seen live in my lifetime. In alphabetical order.
WARNING: THERE ARE A LOT OF BAD BANDS ON THIS LIST! (but there also many amazing ones...) Just because a band is on this list (even multiple times) does NOT mean that I like them.
Note that these are concerts that stretch through out my entire life, and the bands that I liked when I was 6 are not the same as the ones I like now...
Alice in Chains
Bat for Lashes
Better Than Ezra
Between the Buried and Me (2x)
Book of Black Earth
Creature With The Atom Brain
26. Jul. 2009, 15:59 von bcwilliamson
21. Jun. 2009, 15:20 von TedikumaTwo weeks ago I was able to attend the Duke Ellington Jazz Festival event in front of the Washington Monument in DC. I saw several groups play, highlights being the Terrence Blanchard Quartet and the Nicholas Payton Quintet. To my suprise, Nicholas Payton's quintet included Esperanza Spalding on bass and Karriem Riggins on drums. The performance was amazing. I have photos of these groups and others here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/tedikuma/sets/72157619753755638/.