International Jazz Day 2015 - All-Star Global Concert Live from Paris
UNESCO (Paris) - All-Star Global Concert at UNESCO Headquarters featured stellar performances by Dee Dee Bridgewater, A Bu (China), Igor Butman (Russia), Herbie Hancock, Al Jarreau, Ibrahim Maalouf (Lebanon), Hugh Masekela (South Africa), Marcus Miller, Guillaume Perret (France), Dianne Reeves, Claudio Roditi (Brazil), Wayne Shorter, Dhafer Youssef (Tunisia) and many other internationally acclaimed artists. John Beasley served as the evening’s Musical Director.
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Brian Culbertson feat Michael Lington [Full Concert] (Jazz Burghausen 2004)
01.Say What 0:27 02.Do You Realli love Me 5:14 03.All About You 10:16 04.Back In The Day 14:38 05.So Good 16:59 06.Twicc In A Lifetime 27:24 07.Come On Up 32:50 08.On My Mind 36:19 09.Sepentine Fire 46:50 10.Get it On 51:20 11.Our Love 59:00 Musicians: Brian Culbertson - Piano, Trombone Michael Lington- Sax Eddi Miller - Keyboards, Vocals Mike Logan - Organ, Vocals Jorge Evans - Guitar John Menzano - Bass Felix"D-Kat"Pollard - Drums Producer: Tom Winitz
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UNTAMED ELEGANCE (Full Concert) - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
Untamed Elegance Composed and arranged by Victor Goines October 28, 2016 Rose Theater A grand decade when "the parties were bigger, the pace was faster, the buildings were higher, the morals looser," the Roaring Twenties were defined by jazz. Watch the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis commemorate the Jazz Age with "Untamed Elegance," a suite composed by master saxophonist and veteran JLCO member Victor Goines. Setlist: 3:51 - The Business of America is Business 11:14 - The Elephant in the Room 20:58 - Laboratories of Ideas 29:15 - The "It" Thing 36:06 - Drunk as a Skunk 44:43 - Bold, Naked, and Sensational Personnel: Sherman Irby - Alto saxophone Ted Nash - Alto saxophone Victor Goines - Tenor saxophone Walter Blanding - Tenor saxophone Paul Nedzela - Baritone saxophone Vincent Gardner - Trombone Chris Crenshaw - Trombone Elliot Mason - Trombone Shareef Clayton - Trumpet Kenny Rampton - Trumpet Marcus Printup - Trumpet Wynton Marsalis - Trumpet Adam Birnbaum - Piano Carlos Henriquez - Bass Ali Jackson - Drums Featuring Jon Irabagon on saxophones
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International Jazz Day All-Star Global Concert 2018 - You've Got it Bad Girl
Igor Butman (tenor saxophone), Terri Lyne Carrington (drums), Herbie Hancock (piano), Branford Marsalis (tenor saxophone), James Morrison (trumpet) and Ben Williams (bass) perform Yvonne Wright's "You've Got it Bad Girl" as part of the International Jazz Day 2018 All-Star Global Concert in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Filmed at the Mariinsky Theatre Concert Hall.
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DC Jazz Festival: Christie Dashiell - Millennium Stage (June 15, 2018)
Billboard-charting jazz vocalist Christie Dashiell and her quartet perform inventive arrangements of popular songs and cutting-edge originals. The quartet will feature her brother and dynamic drummer Carroll “CV” Dashiell III.
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Lucienne Renaudin Vary "Águas de Março" @Jazz_in_Marciac 2018
At the age of 19 Lucienne Renaudin Vary had the heavy responsibility to inaugurate last night the 41st edition of Jazz in Marciac under the marquee ... Baptism of the successful with this version of "?guas de Mar?o" Ant?nio Carlos Jobim. Jean-Marc Birraux Lucienne Renaudin trompette Hugo Lippi guitare Alain Jean-Marie piano Thomas Bramerie contrebasse
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Gregory Porter "Papa Was a Rollin' Stone" @Jazz_in_Marciac 2018
Throughout the evening, Gregory Porter confidently launches his warmly stamped voice. We are always surprised by the mastery of the singer, by his ability to transcend genres with integrity. He walks as usual from rhythm and blues to jazz through the Soul, without moods and with a natural that is dreamy ... # JIM2018 Jean-Marc Birraux Gregory Porter - voice Tivon Pennicott - saxophone Chip Crawford - piano, keyboards Ondrej Pivec - hammond organ Jahmal Nichols - double bass Emanuel Harold - drums
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Joe Lovano & Dave Douglas Sound Prints "The Corner Tavern" @Jazz_in_Marciac 2018
The meeting between Joe Lovano, undisputed boss of the tenor sax and Dave Douglas, daring composer and gifted trumpet player to form the Quintet Sound Prints. The result is impressive technique: the creativity of all these men is expressed here in a disconcerting rigor! Jean-Marc Birraux Joe Lovano - saxophone Dave Douglas - trumpet Lawrence Fields - piano Yashuki Nakamura - double bass Joey Baron - drums
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Melanie De Biasio "Afro Blue" @Jazz_in_Marciac 2018
A subtle orchestration, delicate and elegant melodies, it is in this intimate setting that comes to slip the sweet voice captivating and captivating Melanie De Biasio while bringing a new touch of freshness to the world of jazz ... Jean -Marc Birraux Melanie De Biasio - flute, voice Pascal Paulus - keyboards, synthesizers Pascal Mohy - piano Alberto Malo - drums
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Initiative H "Trouble" @Jazz_in_Marciac 2018
Initiative H works in the aesthetics of the major formations bringing the art of the Big Band to new spheres ... The enhancement of this musical content owes much to the finesse of the arrangements of David Haudrechy who is not only a great musician but also an exceptional arranger. The seductive compositions of the leader leave enough space for soloists who carve out the lion's share in an intense sound and visual adventure ... Jean-Marc Birraux Romain Quartier - videographer, VJ Nicolas Gardel - trumpet Cyril Latour - trumpet David Haudrechy - saxophone, voice, machines, direction Ferdinand Doumerc - saxophone, flute Ga?l Pautric - saxophone, bass clarinet Olivier "Rabbit" Sabatier - trombone Lionel Segui - bass trombone Florent Hortal - guitar Amaury Faye - keyboards, piano Olivier Cussac - synthesizer, machines Pascal Celma - bass Pierre Pollet - battery Florent "Pepino" Tisseyre - percussion
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Manu Katche - Richard Bona - Mike Stern - Niels Lan Doky @Jazz_in_Marciac 2018
The meeting at the top of four Musketeers Jazz! While Manu Katche on drums and Richard Bona on bass have already captured Marciac audiences in a variety of contexts, this was a first for guitarist Mike Stern and keyboardist Niels Lan Doky. They are seasoned technicians of all styles of jazz that combine extraordinary touch and great sound control. Their group, discreet propagator of a fusion dispensing chills sometimes exotic, also relates to an opening towards the current sounds. The explosive side of the musical personalities of this quartet is once again detected in "live" ... # JIM2018 Jean-Marc Birraux Mike Stern - guitar Niels Lan Doky - piano Richard Bona - bass Manu Katch? - battery
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Erik Truffaz Quartet "Trippin’ The Lovelight Fantastic" @Jazz_in_Marciac 2018
E quartet Erik Truffaz resumes here "Trippin 'The Lovelight Fantastic" with Guillaume Perret on sax and singer Nya. Exciting rhythmic pair, bleeding tenor with limpid articulation, parsimonious use of electro, accuracy of "samples" and Rhodes, the successful association of rap with jazz, safe and quiet phrasing of the trumpet ... gives off this concert a light and planing atmosphere that leaves plenty of room for "sidemen" to express themselves ... Jean-Marc Birraux Erik Truffaz - trumpet Marcello Giuliani - bass Beno?t Corboz - piano, Fender Rhodes Marc Erbetta - percussion With special guests: Nya - voice Guillaume Perret - saxophone
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Dave Holland - Zakir Hussain - Chris Potter @Jazz_in_Marciac 2018
My first ? A self-taught bass player whose atypical playing and magnificent sonority was quickly spotted by Miles Davis. My second ? A living legend, the greatest master of the Indian tabla who was already performing with Pandit Ravi Shankar at the age of twelve. My third ? Perhaps the most dizzying virtuoso of the tenor saxophone according to Michel Contat de T?l?rama. My everything ? An evening that our ears will remember for a long time! We are not ready to forget this top meeting between Dave Holland, Zakir Hussain and Chris Potter. Jean-Marc Birraux Chris Potter saxophone Dave Holland contrabass Zakir Hussain tabla
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Flash Pig @Jazz_in_Marciac 2018
Sometimes pride is added to the pleasure, it is the case when Marciac receives Adrien and Maxime Sanchez who participated in Ateliers of Initiation to the Music of Jazz of the college of Marciac. Small jazzmen become big, and even very big with Flash Pig, a quartet who develops an open jazz, uninhibited, and in constant evolution ... Jean-Marc Birraux Adrien Sanchez - saxophone Maxime Sanchez - piano Florent Nisse - double bass Gautier Garrigue - battery
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Selah Sue @Jazz_in_Marciac 2018
Successful fire baptism for Selah Sue at Jazz in Marciac! The chosen repertoire and the training offered correspond perfectly to the warm atmosphere of the evening. We attend a concert where the rhythm is assured by a piano and a cello: a subtle orchestration where the percussions are absent. It is in this intimate setting that Selah Sue's mesmerizing voice is supported by the simple and sensual responses of her musicians ... Jean-Marc Birraux
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How Do You Get Started With Spirituality? | Sadhguru
Sadhguru explains that everyone is already on the spiritual path. The desire for more money, power, knowledge or anything else is a spiritual process too, but mostly misguided and conducted unconsciously. What needs to be done is to become more conscious and aware.
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Afternoon Express | Dorothy Masuka | Ep 85 | 1 Sept 2015
Legendary jazz performer Dorothy Masuka and businessman Allan Hirsch visit the loft. Spring has sprung in the loft as we welcome our first episode for September. In the loft today, we're incredibly privileged to have the legend herself Dorothy Masuka who will be performing as well. Masuka is one of the most recognisable jazz performers in South Africa and had a surge of popularity in the 1950s. She talks about her career as well as experience in political activity.
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Dorothy Masuku and Bheki Khoza
Mama Dorothy Masuku, celebrating 60 years in the music business this year, collaborates with SAMA Award winner Bheki Khoza, for a special evening at the Sophiatown Heritage and Culture Centre, as part of a visit by Leaders' Quest, a long time partner of the Trevor Huddleston Memorial Centre team on July 4 2013. Mama Dorothy paid tribute to Nelson Mandela and sang many of her own compositions as well as some classic American jazz standards.
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Dorothy Masuka birthday Tribute
Acclaimed and celebrated composer, singer and civil right activist Dorothy Masuku turned 80 on September 3rd, 2015. To celebrate this iconic songstress, we set out and found a myriad of admirers who wished her a happy birthday and thanked her for the contribution she's made to the world using her voice.
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Abigail Kubeka, Dorothy Masuka on Divas of Kofifi theatre production
Beautiful songstresses will the gracing audience this August for women's month with their sweet melodies and classic glamour. Divas of Kofifi will take you down memory lane from the 11-13 August. The production pays tribute to divas of the era- the likes of Thandie Klaasen, Dorothy Masuka and Abigail Khubeka. It illustrates career highlights of the legends from the period of the 1940s at the peak of Kofifi's existence through to the 1960s.
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Dorothy Masuka birthday celebration at Newtown Junction mall
Over the last year Newtown has seen the realisation of Newtown Junction, a mall that offers a superior shopping experience, diversity in dining opportunities and a space that loans itself to celebrating South Africa’s artistic and cultural diversity. September being Heritage Month, JT COMMS & Newtown Junction set the tone and hosted a birthday conversation for acclaimed and revered composer, Dorothy Masuka to talk all things music, heritage and entrepreneurship.
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