Jazz Shots - East Coast Vol. 2
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01. Miles Davis Quintet (featuring John Coltrane) "So What" 8.59
02. Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers "Mx' B, C" 8.43
03. Charlie Parker "Hothouse" 3.31
04. Louis Armstrong "Someday" 4.46
05. Louis Armstrong "When It's Sleepy time Down South"
06. Modern Jazz Quartet "If I were Eve" 4.46
07. Modern Jazz Quartet "Winter Tale" 5.35
08. Ben Webster Quartet "Cottontail" 4.09
09. Ben Webster Quartet "Chelsea Bridge" 5.05
10. Ben Webster Sextet "Duke's Place" 4.34
11. Art Farmer-Jim Hall Quartet "My Kinda Love" 6.44
12. Count Basie Orchestra "Dickie's Dream" 6.40
13. Art Tatum "Art's Blues" 2.36
14. Bobby Hackett "Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home" 3.51
Although there have been many regions throughout the United States - and the world at large - that have greatly contributed to the development of jazz, a special place must be reserved for the two coasts of North America, the famous East and West Coasts - and especially the cities of New York and Los Angeles - where the bulk of modern jazz developed and evolved. This outstanding DVD series pays homage to the two coasts and to some of the most important jazz musicians who have spent a large part of their career there. Some of these musicians were born in the Midwest, or the South, and later moved to one of the two coasts. What is taken into account when placing the musician in the East or West Coast categories, is where they spent the bulk of their artistic career, or where they recorded their most influential works.
This collection focuses exclusively on live performances ranging from clubs to festivals to TV studio engagements, without any speakers or introducers...Nothing but music!
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