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Born This Day
Louis Armstrong and Steve Andrews.

Monday, November 23, 2009

Early Oscar + Barney & Ray

One of my Facebook friends is a guy called Brett or is he a brett called Guy? Anyhow, he goes by the title of "The Jazz Video Guy" and is responsible for a lot of original YouTube material including this one of the Oscar Peterson Trio in the early '50s. Check it out. Apart from the music, the still photos are magnificent.

1 comment :

cptfinch said...

Yes he's got some great videos. I especially like the ones of billy Taylor talkin to George shearing and marian mcpartland. He seems to find really rare footage - I think he has the videos of bud Powell playin In a Paris club. priceless

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