Lionel Hampton Story 1908-2002
2002-2014


Lionel Hampton.

  Click--for Lionel Hampton's largest special ever.

First Publication: 1995, April 14.  Last update: 2014, July 22.
Hans Bebop, The Netherlands.   Email. h.bebop@speed.a2000.nl
Visitors from these countries.  Click-39

1924-1959 Site 1/Memorablia/Music Discography1966-1987/1985-2000 Lionel Hampton in The Netherlands
1960-1975 Hamp's Stardust 1947-1978 Lionel Hampton in België
1976-1990NNew. Stardust is incl. Just Jazz 1947 Lionel Hampton in Germany
1991-1998 Photos VS Jazz Legends in Sweden> Lionel Hampton in Sweden
1999 Birthday Photos. 2000/1 at Home Dutch I Radio 7x24 hours BEBOP
2000 Hamp In Memoriam. The Funeral Dutch I Radio 7x24 hours JAZZ
2001- www.lionelhampton.nl/inmemoriam2. The Billy Mackel Story + Hamp Memorabilia:That Hamp give to me
2002 Under construction. Hamp in Sweden and Swedish >> Great USA Jazz Photography
Jazz Arts Paintings by Ann deLorge The first vibraphoneplayers- Jazz At The Philharmonic JATP
Galerie Ing  Woerden, The Netherlands. My Sister Lionel Hampton Jazz Festivals < Festival 2002-2010. With concerts. x
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Dutch Radio: Continu 7 x 24hoursBebop Jazz- Jazz-Swiss Jazz RadioPop- Folk It -Classic-Bach-
Vibraphone Jazz Radio Play-Saxophone Jazz Radio. Play  Swing & Big Band Jazz Radio. Play-
BBC on the site plays 1 week. Dutch Radio and others 3-4 years. 
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Birthday Broadcasts, during 24 hours: January 10: Max Roach. Next January 30. Roy Eldridge. March 9: Ornette Coleman. March 10: Bix Beiderbecke.
April 22: Charles Mingus. April 29: Duke Ellington.July 4: Louis Armstrong. August 4 Louis Armstrong. August 27-29: Lester Young and Charlie Parker.
September 23: John Coltrane. October 10: Thelonious Monk. October 30: Clifford Brown. November 21: Coleman Hawkins.

Lionel Hampton.The largest  Lionel Hampton special ever. His Music over 73 years. Click-Continue available.
Live Radio: Bird Flyght (Charlie Parker) New York Time. 8.20AM-9.30AM.Click-- Dutch Time. 14.20 uur. 
Live Radio: Out To Lunch. New York Time.  Twelve o'clock - 3PM. Click- Dutch Time. 6-9.
Live Radio: Every Sunday: Jazz Profile. 2PM-7PM New York Time. Dutch Time 20 uur. Click-

Click for: Lionel Hampton. Click-Hampie (My late Housemate). Click-Ben Webster. Click--Benny Goodman. Click- Billie Holiday.  Click-
Bud Powel. Click -Charlie Parker & Lester Young..Click-Chet Baker..Click-Clark Terry-Click-Clifford Brown.-Click-Coleman Hawkins. Click.
Count BasieClick -Dave Brubeck.Click.-Dexter Gordon. Click -Dizzy Gillespie. Click-Duke Ellington. Click-Frank Foster: Click-
Frank Sinatra. Click-Greetje Kaufeld, Dutch Singer. Click-Hans Dulfer. Click -Harry 'Sweets' Edison.Click-Illinois Jacquet. Click-
Indo Rock. Click--Jazz At The Philharmonic. (And the Norman Granz story). ClickJJohn Engels, Dutch Drummer. Click-Les Paul.-Click -
Louis Armstrong.Click-Miles Davis.-Click. Modern Jazz Quartet (Milt Jackson)-ClickNat King Cole. Click-  Rita Reys. Click-Red Norvo. Click -
Ron Aprea&Angela DeNiro.Click-Stan Kenton. Click- Terry Gibbs.  Click- Wally "Gator" Watson. (Drummer of Hamp) Click -n
Thelonious Monk. Click-.

North Sea Jazz Festival. 2012 and 1957-2011. ClickAAround the clock Jazz Music. Play-' Film Blues Revue -  Mr. Rock and Roll
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Working Day. Bird Flyght (Charlie Parker) Radio New York. New York Time. 8.20AM-9.30AM. Click--
Working Day. Out To Lunch. Radio New York. New York Time.  NOON - 3PM. Click-
Every Sunday. Jazz Profile. 2PM-7PM New York Time. -lLive radio.. Click-

07/24: Rolf Polak present  All That's Jazz. Play.Dutch  24-02.00H  New York Time. 6PM. Jazz Profile. 7 PM. Guitarist Charlie Christian
07/23: The Blue Note Story (75 Years). Part 8.  Play - Part 7. Play -Part 6. Play -Part 5. Play-Part 4 Play -Part 3.  Play -Part 2: Play -Part 1:Play  of 16
Part 8: 1: Hank Mobley, Tenorsax. 2: Dexter Gordon, Tenorsax. 
07/23:  Hans Dulfer Presents his favorite Music. Part 74:Follow.Part 73. Play -Part 72.  PlayPart 71. Play-Part 70. Play- Part 69: Play 
Part 68: Play -Part 67: Play<Charlie Ventura). Part 66.Play -Part 65.  Play -(<Coleman Hawkins).Part 64.Play -Part 63:   Play-Part 62. Play -
Part 61.  Play -Part 60.  Play -Part 59. Play-Part 58:Play-Part 57. PlayPart 56: Play-Part 55. Play-Part 54.Play-Part 53.Play-Part 52. Play-Part 51.Play-Part 50.Play. Part 49. Play-Part 48. Play4Part 47.Play-Part: 46.Play-Part 45. Play-44. Play- 43.Play-42:Play-41: Play-40.Play-39. Play- 38: Play-Part 1- 37. Click.
07/20: Benny Goodman's Backup Band's Rehearsal, NYC 1941-03-13. Play -featuring Charlie Christian, Cootie Williams, George Auld and others
07/20: North Sea Jazz Festival 2009. (Jazz) 3 CD's. Play 0.

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times for the BBC iPlayer Service across a range of platforms and devices. This is under urgent investigation and we will update this FAQ once we have more information.
07/20: BBC: Jazz drummers.  Play 0From Chick Webb and Gene Krupa to Max Roach and Philly Joe Jones, with a final burst from Buddy Rich.
07/19: BBC: JazzRequests.  Play - BBC: The BBC Big Band and guest soloist American saxophonist Maceo Parker. Play -

07/15:  Hans Dulfer Presents his favorite Music. Part 73. Play -Part 72.  PlayPart 71. Play-Part 70. Play- Part 69:  Play -Part 68: Play -
Part 67: Play<Charlie Ventura). Part 66.Play -Part 65.  Play -(<Coleman Hawkins).Part 64.Play -Part 63:   Play-Part 62. Play -Part 61.  Play -
Part 60.  Play -Part 59. Play-Part 58:Play-Part 57. PlayPart 56: Play-Part 55. Play-Part 54.Play-Part 53.Play-Part 52. Play-Part 51.Play-Part 50.Play
Part 49. Play-Part 48. Play4Part 47.Play-Part: 46.Play-Part 45. Play-44. Play- 43.Play-42:Play-41: Play-40.Play-39. Play- 38: Play-Part 1- 37. Click.
07/14: Lionel Hampton presents Charles Mingus. 1977. Play -

07/12: Bassist Charlie Haden&Pat Metheny 42 strings Guitar. North Sea Jazz Festival. 2002. PWA zaal.  Play -
07/11-12-13. North Sea Jazz Festival 1214.   Click -Incl The First 25 years. CD 1 and 2. 
Friday and Saturday  Highlights. Robert Glasper & Metropole Orkest.Paloma Faith. 
Saturday. Walter "Wolfman" Washington & The Roadmasters  Galactic. Booker T Jones. Snarky Puppy & Friends. Alain Clark. 
07/08: Pianist Misha Mengelberg laatste ontroerende buitenlandse tournee. Play -

07/05: Ben Webster Jazz Night. During 6 hours.  Play Ben Webster +MJQ 1953. TIP!Play -1970. Holland. Ben Webster- ts, 
Cees Slinger- p, Rob Langereis-b, John Engels-dPlayBen Webster Tribute. 1983.Amsterdam, Holland. Ann. Michiel de Ruiter.  Play -
06/21: Horace Silver Quintet.  Play - Tros Sesjun. Kampen, Netherlands 1979-03-08. 
06/21: Horace Silver Quintet. Play -  Live at the Sommarlust, Ahus/Kristianstad Jazz Festival, Sweden July 7-9, 1977.
06/20: Horace Silver Trio. 1952 and 1953, Incl Art Blakey. Play -Part 2.  Play -The Jazz Messengers first recording. Part 3.  Play -
Part 4: Play - Part 5: Quintet.  PlayT Trompettist Art Farmer and Tenorist Clifford Jordan. 

06/13: 25 Years North Sea Jazz Festival. Play=Oscar Peterson Trio - Sax No End, Betty Carter - Open The Door, Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers - Blues March, Sarah Vaughan - On Green Dolphine Street, Lionel Hampton Big Band - Flying Home.
B.B. King & Diane Schuur - Spirit In The Dark, Stan Getz Quartet - How Long Has This Been Going On, 
Dizzy Gillespie Big Band - Doodlin', Al Jarreau - Roof Garden, George Benson - Song For My Brother.
Gerry Mulligan feat. Mel Torme - Darn That Dream, Joe Henderson Quartet - What's New, Ella Fitzgerald - In A Mellow Tone
06/10: Video Mixed. Lionel Hampton, incl North Sea Jazz.. Count Basie and Others. Play -
05/20: Charlie Parker.  (Bird).  Play -  During 6 hours. 1945-1953. See the player. (First recording at Home 1940, May. Plastic Altosax. Play-
05/17: BBC: Neneh Cherry tells the story of her favourite singer Billie Holiday. Part 1-2. Play -Part 3 and 4.  Play=
Billie Holiday At Jazz At The Philharmonic. Click .
05/10: Greetje Kauffeld.  Dutch Singer. Ruud Brink, sax.  Play -  Eurovisie Song Festival 1961. Play -

05/08: Great Lionel Hampton 1953 BLOG < Click.
05/08: Lionel Hampton's First concert of his first Europe Tour. Sweden 1953, September 14 Click-  Min. 5.17. Play with Mediaplayer.
05/08 :Lionel Hampton's first Europe Tour 1953. Swiss Radio. Part 1 and 2. Wait 2-4 min. and go to min. 1.59. Play
05/08: Lionel Hampton Big Band.1953-10-04 Germany. Play-GREAT HAMPTON 1953 BLOG
05/01: More Duke Ellington. Click-Incl. Vol 1-10. The Private Collection. 1956-1970. Released on the LMR label in 1987.
05/05: Rhythm and Blues Revue.  Play -  1955. For the Dutch Liberation Today. (1945. May 5).

05/01: More Duke Ellington. Click-Incl. Vol 1-10. The Private Collection. 1956-1970. Released on the LMR label in 1987.
04/29: Duke Ellington.  Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington (April 29, 1899-May 24, 1974) NYG time 04/28 midnight. 24 h broadcast

04/24: Johnny Griffin. John Arnold Griffin III (April 24, 1928 – July 25, 2008) was an American bop and hard bop tenor saxophonist.
Full concert Rita Reys & Pim Jacobs Trio ft. Johnny Griffin. Play-1979 Holland.   Johnny Griffin Quartet.Play -Berlin, 1984. 
Dutch Radio 1984. Tros Sesjun. Nick Vollebregts Jazzcafe in Laren, The Netherlands.
Arnett Cobb, Eddie Lockjaw Davis, Johnny Griffin.  Bag's Groove. Play.Arnett Cobb Solo. Title  ?  Play-Lester Leaps In.  Play-
Dutch Radio. Johnny Griffin  Part 1. Play -< First Solo Griffin. 2 Arnette Cobb.(Lionel Hampton Band). Part 2: Play -Griffin age 18.
Part 3:  Play -Part 4:  Play -Part 5: Play -Part 6:  Play -<+ Eddy Davis, tenorsax. Part 7:Play -  Incl. Kenny Clarke-Francy Boland bigband.
Duke Ellington&Johnny Hodges.  Play - Side By Side.1958 and 1959.
+ Harry “Sweets” Edison, trumpet. Al Hall, bass. Leslie Span, guitar , flute. Jo Jones, drums. Billy Strayhorn, piano. Ben Webster, sax. 
 

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04/20: Lionel Hampton's 106th Birthday Music. Lionel Leo Hampton (April 20, 1908 – August 31, 2002) was an American jazz vibraphonist, pianist, percussionist, bandleader and actor. Along with Red Norvo, Hampton was one of the first jazz vibraphone players. Hampton ranks among the great names in jazz
history, having worked with a who's who of jazz musicians, from Benny Goodman and Buddy Rich to Charlie Parker and Quincy Jones. In 1992, he was inducted 
into the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame. THE GREAT LIONEL HAMPTON AND HIS 73 YEARS OF MUSIC FROM 1928 TO 2000. HAMP WAS MY FRIEND SINCE 1956


04/07: Billie Holiday At Jazz At The Philharmonic.  Play -Originally recorded on February 12, 1945 and October 3, 1946 at the Jazz at the Philharmonic 
concert at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, and recorded at Carnegie Hall on June 3, 1946.
Billie Holiday (born Eleanora Fagan April 7, 1915 – July 17, 1959) was an American jazz singer and songwriter.  More Billie Holiday
Nicknamed "Lady Day" by her friend and musical partner Lester Young. Wikipedia
04/01: Clifford Brown Jazz Night. Play  During 6 hours. See the playlist. 
03/29: Toots 90 years.  Play -Toots Thieleman, harmonica,Pianist Karel Boehlee, drummer Hans van Oosterhout and double-bass player Hein Van de Geyn.
Toots in New Orleans.1988. Play -Thielemans is accompanied by pianist Fred Hersch, bassist Harvie Swartz, and drummer Adam Nussbaum.
03/21: Hans Bebop present Hans Dulfers best Broadcasts. 16: Chet, Jacquet, Dulfer. Play -15: Chet Baker.  Play -17: Dexter Gordon. Play -
22: Ruud Jacobs&Don Bays. Ruud Jacobs&Sonny Rollins. Jazz At The Philharmonic. Play-18:Rita Reys.Yusef Lateef. Play. 56. Sil Austin. Red Prysock. Ellingtonia. Louis Armstrong. Hans Dulfer.Play
03/20:  100 Years of Jazz. Part 18:Play -Part 17.Play -Part 16:Play -Part 15. Play -Part 14. PlayPart 13. Play- Part 12.Play - Part 10. Play -Part 9. PartPart 9+. Play -Part 8.Play>Fault:-Go to min. 06.06. Part 7. Play-Part 6:PlayPPart 5:Play-Part 4. PlayPPart 3. Play -Part 2. PlayPart 1. Play5 Of 50 Parts
03/19: Capitol Sings.  Play During 6 hours. Nostalgia from the capitol tower in Hollywood.
03/07: Surprise Mixed. Tenor Battle, Arnettt Cobb, Lionel Hampton, Dexter Gordon, Hank Jones and More.  Play--
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03/01: Dexter Gordon Quartet.  Play - Play - Play -(45 min)  At the North Sea Jazz Festival. Carrousel Zaal, The Hague, The Netherlands1979. 
Dexter Gordon, Tenor saxophone. Kirk Lightsey, Piano. Rufus Reid, Bass. Eddie Gladden, drums.
The Tenor Battle. Solo's. Arnett Cobb&Buddy Tate - Budd Johnson - Arnett Cobb -  Dexter Gordon - All + Illinious Jacquet - The Final -
02/27: Dexter Gordon.  Play - 1963/64 Amersfoort The Netherlands. Video. Live North Sea Jazz The Hague Holland. Tenor Battle.Play
02/26: Dexter Gordon. Play - The Blue Note SessionsDuring 6 hours. For Dexter's Birthday April 27

02/15: Lionel Hampton Quartet&Quintet. 1954. Lionel Hampton, Vibes. Oscar Peterson, Piano. Ray Brown, Bass. Buddy Rich, Drums.
Part 1. Play -Part 2. Play -Part 3. Play-Part 6. Play-Part 7 to follow ? Part 8. Play-+ Stan Getz)he Big Band 1951> Part 4.  Play-Part 5. Play
02/15: Lionel Hampton Bigband.  Play-At The Royal Theatre Opera House. Liège Belgium. 1958, February 17.
Hamp. Vibes. 2 fingers piano, the greatest tom tom solo ever.
02/13: Lionel Hampton Bigband 1958.  Play  Digitally re-mastered by EMI in their Jazz series.. 
02/02: Roy Eldridge with Coleman Hawkins at JATP. PlayTThe Great Jam Session. Play - -More Roy Eldridge -
02/01: Ella Fitzgerald and Ray Brown.  Play Live at the Royal Roost in NYC Nov-Dec 1948 - Ella singing fab scat vocals. On the 2 Flyng Home 
Kai Winding (tb) Allen Eager (ts) Hank Jones(p) Ray Brown (b) Roy Haynes (dm) First two tracks. Ella Fitzgerald (v) Hank Jones (p) Ray Brown (b) Charlie Smith (dm)
02/01: Gooische Stoomtram. Hilversum the Netherlands
01/27: Lionel Hampton. Play1977 New York. Hamp, vibes. Candido, piano, congo. Unknown, trumpet, tb, Al Caiola, guitar. George Mraz,bass. Richie Pratt, dr. .
01/23: Hans en Candy Dulfer te gast bij Omroep Max TV.  Min 10.  Play -
01/20: Chet Baker.  Play -  7 Albums + Jazz Festival.  Singer Laren, The Netherlands. 1975, August 7.  Play -
01/16: Bassist Ruud Jacobs (Born Hilversum, 3 mei 1938).  Play - Hilversum.  The Pim Jacobs Trio. Ruud Jacobs, Bass. Wim Overgaauw Gitaar. 1960.
Jazz Montage. 7: Johnny Griffin. Play -  1963 Vara. Hilversum.  Pim Jacobs,p. Wim Overgam,g .Ruud Jacobs,b .Han Bennink,dr.Min. 46.45.
1. Rulf Kuhn. 1955 Stuttgart.2. Bud Shank 1957 Stuttgart, 3. John Coltrane Trio NYC 1962.4. Earl Hines.  1967 München, 5. Benny Bailey. 1968 Hamburg.
6. Frank Wess&Harry "Sweets" Edison 1992.  Laren, Netherlands. Tros Sesjun.
NDR jazz workshop.  Frankfurt 1962. Play --   Rob Pronk. Jerry van Rooyen, trumpet. Nat Peck, trombone. Hans Koller, tenorsax. Lucky Thompson, soprano&tenorsax. Klaus Doldinger, tenorsax. Ronnie Ross, baritonesax. Attila Zoller, guitar. Rob Madna, piano. Ingfried Hoffmann, organ 
Ruud Jacobs, bass. Cees See, drums (Red is from Holland).
Dexter Gordon Quartet .Danish Radio Broadcast. 1967.  Play    Part 2. Persepolis, Utrecht, Netherlands. Radio Broadcast. January 1963. Last 14min.
Dexter Gordon (ts). Rob Madna (p). Ruud Jacobs (b). Cees See (d). < From Holland.
01/13: Oscar Peterson. Part 5 of 5.  Play - Part 4.  Play -Part 3.  Play -(1957). Part 2.  Play-(1956) Part 1. Play -(1952 and 1953).
01/11: Jazz Artists who passed away in 2013. From Donald Byrd to Yusef Lateef and Herb Geller. Play -  30x RIP.
01/05: Oscar Peterson&Count Basie.  Play   BBC Four 1980. + Joe Pass (guitar). Niels Pedersen (bass).Martin Drew (drums)
12/31: 100 Years of Jazz. Part 9. Play -Part 8. Play>Fault:-Go to min. 06.06.   Part 7. Play -Part 6: PlayPPart 5: Play-Part 4. PlayP
Part 3. Play -Part 2. PlayPart 1,  Play5 Of 50 Parts .
12/21: Rita Reys' Birthday.  Rita's Music (born Maria Everdina Reijs 21 December 1924 in Rotterdam-2013, April 28)
12/17: Pianist Horace Silver 1968. Play -Cool Eyes.  Play -Horace Silver Quintet. Play -Tros Sesjun. Kampen, Netherlands 

British jazz pianist Stan Tracey has died aged 86, his family have confirmed.
12/09: Stan Tracey Quartet.  Play - Recital Room, Southill Park, Bracknell UK, 9th April 1978.  Art Themen (ts,ss), Peter Ind (b), Bryan Spring (d)
12/08: Stan Tracey.  Play -Ronnie Scott's Club. London, England 1968.  Incl. Sonny Rollins and Ronnie Scott on Tenor.
12/08: Stan Tracey Orchestra.  Play-   2009-07-18 - Royal Albert Hall, London.  Genesis Suite BROADCAST
12/05: Lionel Hampton Quintet with the Dutch Skymasters.Hilversum, The Netherlands. Hamp's Boogie/Hey-Ba-Ba-Rebop.Video-Stardust. Play-
11/29: Het paleis van de weemoed. Jazz, Blues en het  kauwgomplaatjes gevoel. <(Nostalgia)1: Play -2: Play-
11/25: Dinah Washington.Play - Live in Los Angeles, CA, 1954, August 14. EmArcy 36000 series (12 inch LP).
Maynard Ferguson, Clark Terry, Clifford Brown (trumpet) Herb Geller (alto saxophone.) Harold Land (tenor saxophone),  Junior Mance, Richie Powell. Piano).
Keter Betts or George Morrow (bass). Max Roach (drums) Dinah Washington (vocals)
11/25: Dinah Washington sings the Blues.Play Incl.Arnette Cobb, Milt Jackson and More.
11/24: Lionel Hampton Quartet. Play-1955.Teddy Wilson,Red Callender,Gene Krupa. Lionel Hampton Big Band with Illinois Jacquet.Play.Republican Club
11/24: Billie Holiday at Jazz At The Philharmonic.   Play1945-1946 LP. More Billie Holliday. Click-11/24 and 25. This week no BBC.
11/22: Basin Street Revue.  Live at the Apollo Theatre (1956).  Play -
11/21: Birthday Coleman Hawkins. More HawkinsClick -Coleman Randolph Hawkins (November 21, 1904 – May 19, 1969), nicknamed 
Hawk and sometimes "Bean", was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. One of the first prominent jazz musicians on his instrument
11/13: The Illinois Jacquet Big Band. Play  Bern, Switzerland 'Kursaal' 1998,may  09. Last 2 tracks. Flying Home and One O' Clock Jump+Clark Terry
11/12: Buck Clayton.  Buck Clayton (born Wilbur Dorsey Clayton; Parsons, Kansas, November 12, 1911 – New York City, December 8, 1991)  Wikipedia-
11/12: The Huckle Buck. Play Robbins Nest.-Play-Rock-A-Bye Basie.Play-Don`t be that way. Play-Undecided-Play-Blue Moon. Play-
            All the cats join in.  Play- (Vibes, Victor Veldman), You Miss Your Baby. Play -(Vocal Jimmy Rushing).
11/09: Lionel Hampton Octet, Vocal  Carmen Costa.   Bossa Nova Jazz.  The full 1963 LP.  Play -.
11/05: Jazz Night: Play -Charlie Parker, Sonny Stitt, Cannonball Adderley, Lee Konitz, Lou Donaldson, Ornette Coleman, Paul Desmond.
11/03: For the Vibe Summit. Terry Gibbs Quartet Sessions. Play-1955, 1956, 1963. Playlist on the player.
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11/02: Philip Wells Woods (born November 2, 1931) is an American jazz bebop alto saxophonist, clarinetist, bandleader and composer. Wikipedia
11/02: Phil Woods.  Play - Concert at Yamaha New York with Capitol Quartet. (Video). 2005, October 8.
Anjan Shah, David Stambler, Marty Nau, David Lewis and Phil Woods. Phil Woods performed showcasing their individual artistry and Yamaha saxophones.
11/02: Phil Woods Quintet. Play-Tros Sesjun1986, December 31. Nick Vollebregt's Jazz Café, Laren The Netherlands. Rebrodcast 1996.
Phil Woods, altsax. (On the sax of Charlie Parker).Tom Harrell, trumpet and flughelhorn. Hal Galper, piano.  Steve Gilmore, bass.  Bill Goodwin, drums.
11/02: Phil Woods Little Big Band.  Play-International Jazz Festival Amsterdam ( Meervaart), The Netherlands. 13 August 1987.
Tom Harrell (tp), Jimmy Knepper (tb), Phil Woods (as, cl), Nelson Hill (ts, as), Nick Brignola (bars), Hal Galper (p), Steve Gilmore (b), Bill Goodwin (dr). 
11/02: Dizzy Gillespie&Phil Woods Septet.  Play - North Sea Jazz Festival. 1989. july 16.
Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet.  Phil Woods,  altsax. Steve Turre,  trombone. Cedar Walton piano. Bobby Hutcherson,  vibes. Rufus Reid bass,  Mickey Rocker, drums.
11/02: Thelonious Monk Nonet:  Liederhalle Mainz, Germany 1967, November.  Play-
Charlie Rouse, tenor Sax. Ray Copeland, Tr. Johnny Griffin, Tenor. Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone, Phil Woods,  Alto Sax. Clark Terry,Tr. Larry Gales, B. Ben Riley, Dr. 
11/02: For the Vibe Summit. Lionel Hampton. The full Apollo Hall LP. Part 1: Play -Part 2: PlayBBetter Sound.Track 1-Last 2 tracks incl. Outro
10/31: Illinois Jacquet's Birthday Today.Play. The Full 1951 LP Grooving Jacquet. (My first Jacquet LP).  More Jacquet.  Click -
Jean-Baptiste Illinois Jacquet (October 31, 1922 – July 22, 2004) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist best remembered for his 1942 on 1942 "Flying Home" 
with Lionel Hampton. Critically recognized as the first R&B saxophone solo. Wikipedia -
 10/30: Frank Wess died today, age 91.Play-(January 4, 1922-October 30, 2013) was an American jazz musician who played saxophone and flute.17 videos
Private recording. Live at Grant's Tomb, NYC, August 9, 2006. Frank Wess, Tenor Sax, Flute. Michael Weiss, p. Paull West, b. Billy Easley, Tenor, Winard Harper, dr. 
10/30: Clifford Brown Birthday.  More Clifford Brown -Interview -
10/28: The Crazy Lonel Hampton. Louis, Shearing. Dukes of Dixie. Play- The Timex Show 1958, April 4. 15min. of 45min. Hamp dances on the Tom Tom
10/28: All Star Jazz Show 1977: Play -Lionel Hampton, Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie Herbie Hancock, Max Roach, Stan Getz, Gerry Mulligan, Joe Williams.
10/26: Posted on Youtube 2013, October 24. Clark Terry. Age 80.  Play -(From  min. 28).Jazzfestival Bern 2000.  2002. Play -

10/23: Esquire All-American Jazz Concert. Click-1944At the Metropolitan Opera House. Broadcast on NBC Blue and also AFRS as part of One Night Stand
10/23: Esquire All-American Jazz Concert. Play1946. Sound B. This jazz concert was Emcee'd by Orson Welles and featured Duke Ellington & his Orchestra, the Nat "King" Cole Trio, and Woody Herman & his Orchestra.  1944. With Playlist
10/21: Birthtday of Dizzy Gillespie.  Click - John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie (Cheraw (South Carolina), 21 oktober 1917 - Englewood (New Jersey), 6 januari 1993)

10/18: Anita O'Day (October 18, 1919 – November 23, 2006) was an American jazz singer.  Wikipedia -
Anita O'Day (ldr), Tadd Dameron (p), Dillon "Curley" Russell (b), Kenny Clarke (d), Anita O'Day (v). Play-Min. 56. 1948, February 10. Royal Roost.
Anita O'Day, Vocals,Tete Montoliu, Piano. Erik Peter, Bass. John Poole, Drums. Play -1966 07. Antibes Jazz Festival, Antibes, France. 
Anita O'Day & Bill Holman Band. Anita O'Day & Oscar Peterson.  Play -
Videos. Newport Jazz Festival 1958.  Play - Anita in Sweden, 1963 and Norway, 1970. Play- Anita at Ronnie Scott's 1986. Play -
10/18: I lost a great friend, Avon Mackel the Son of Billy Mackel passed away. The website with great photo's and music.Click -
10/13: Terry Gibbs Birthday (VIbes)   Gibbs Music (born Julius Gubenko on 13 October 1924)
10/10: Birthday of Harry 'Sweets Edison'.www.lionelhampton.nl/#sweets-
10/10: Thelonious Monk Birthday. Thelonious Monk (b. Oct. 10, 1917; d. Febr 17,1982).  Wikipedia More Monk: Click -
10/05: Norman Granz' Jazz At Montreux 1977. Play -1: Roy Eldridge, Oscar Peterson, Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen. Bobby Durham.
2:Milt Jackson, Ray Brown, Eddie Davis, Monty Alexander, Clark Terry. Play -3: Tommy Flanagan, Keeter Betts, Bobby Durham. Play- 4:Peterson Solo.  Play -
10/04: Norman Granz: Mister Jazz at the Philharmonic. Out of the Norm. The live of Norman Granz.-Wikipedia-This is a BBC Radio 2 programme
from December 2003. Charting the life of Norman Granz in my opinion one of greats in jazz history. Incl. music. Part 01-Part 02 -Part 03 - Part 04 - Part 05 - Part 06 -
Part 07 - Part 08 - Part 09  Part 10 --Part 11 - Part 12 - Part 13 - Part 14 - Part 15- Part 16 -Part 18 --Part 17 is out.  Play 1 / 18
10/01: Lionel Hampton (Age 80) Big Band. Play Chicago Jazz Festival Grant Park, Chicago IL.  Late August or early September 1988.
1) ?? 5:58. 2 ?? (10:50). 3 Mack the Knife (10:40). 4 ?? (9:59). 5. What a Wonderful World (5:20).
09/27: 60 Years NDR. 3 Albums. Dizzy Gillespie.  Play - Dave Brubeck Quartet Live. Play -Stephane Grappelie.Play
09/23: Frank Foster (Sax) Birthday Music. (September 23, 1928 – July 26, 2011).  Click
09/22: Louis van Dijk, piano and Cor Bakker piano. Play-
09/16: Jon Hendricks Birthday.   Music-Click-Jon Hendricks (born September 16, 1921) 
09/15: Jazz At The Philharmonic.  Play-Planten und Blomen Festhalle. Hamburg Germany. 1956, February 29. 
1: The JATP All Stars. Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge (tp), Flip Philips, Illinois Jacquet (ts), Oscar Peterson (p), Herb Ellis (g), Ray Brown (b), Gene Krupa (dr).
2: Oscar Peterson (p), Herb Ellis (g), Ray Brown (b). 3: Ella Fitzgerald (voc), Don Abney (p), Herb Ellis (g), Ray Brown (b), Gene Krupa (dr). End: Ella and the All Stars. 
09/10: Chuck Redd, vibes. Play- Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola.  NY, NY USA,  2006-11-23 and 2008-04-08. Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar. Ken Peplowski, sax/clarinet. Derek Smith, Piano,  David Fink,  Bass. Part 2. Wycliffe Gordon, trombone/vocals. Jay Leonhart, bass/vocals. Ted Rosenthal, p. Alvin Atkinson, dr. 
09/07: Birthday of Sonny Rollins. (Theodore Walter (Sonny) Rollins (New York City, 7 september 1930). Wikipedia - Website
Part 1: 1954. Play\-Part 2. Play- Part 7: Play- Part 6: PlayPPart 5: Play--Part 4: PlayPPart 3:.Play=8- 9-10=-11-12\-13-14-15-The final par
Sonny Rollins Trio.Play-Academie voor Beeldende Kunst Arnhem, The Netherlands. 1967, May 3. Ruud Jacobs, Bass. Han Bennink, dr.
Sonny Rollins Quintet.Play - 1973, August 17. Antwerpen, Belgium.  Yoshiaki Masuo, guitar. Walter Davis JR, p. Bob Cranshaw, b. David Lee, dr.
09/07: Chuck Redd, Vibes, John Cocuzzi, Vibes. Play-Present Swinging Vibes. 2001. John Cocuzzi plays like Lionel Hampton Incl.Tribute to Hampton
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Radio Recordings: Attention. It's free, although you need to register for this 5
Have you 1 x registered, you do after never doing anything.
For 1972, July 5.  1972, july 5. The late Concert with special Guests 1973, June. 5, 1974  Newport. (exceptional recording) and 1975.
Lionel Hampton 20 songs. Track 2: 1930, For the first time on Vibes. Track 8: Carnegie Hall 1938.  Play-

09/19: Lionel Hampton.King Of The Vibes. Video.Part 1.  Play -Part 2. Play.Extra. Play -From Moscow, Idaho. The Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival(s).
1928: Curtis Mosby & Lionel Hampton & Nina Mae McKinney. Video. Play-See Hampton's drumsticks and see this. België1959.Play-
1929: Rita La Roy "Gay Love"  Lionel Hampton, drums.  Play  - At the Barbary Café.    New: 2013, 09/19.
1929: Paul Howard's Quality Serenaders. Lionel Hampton drums/Vocal. 39min. Video.Min. 27.30. For the first time wit the hi-hat.Play -
1929: Paul Howard's Quality Serenaders. Lionel Hampton Drums. Foto Video. The Ramble. Play 1930.-Moonlight Blues.-Play-Hamp Vocal
Quality Shout. 1930. See the photo with Hamp on min. 1.00.  Play- Gettin' Ready Blues. Play-
1930: Lionel Hampton for the first Time on Vibes. With the  Louis Armstrong Orchestra. Memories of You. Play-Shine. Hamp, Vibes/Dr.Play=
Song of the Islands. Hamp drums.>>  Play-Bessie Couldn't Help It  Play-Tiger Rag. Play-The Peanut Vendor. Play-
1930-1936: The  Lionel Hampton Tapes fom the 1930-1936 Era. (Taped in 1937).  Tape 1:  Play -Tape   2: Play-recorded with a
TEAC AD-500 cassette deck,a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program.Play with Free Quicktime
1931: Benny Goodman Quartet. The Thirties. More Follow. 1936.Dinah:  Play-
1937: Lionel Hampton Small Groups. 1937-1941.  Dutch Radio. Part 1: Play-Part 2: Play-Part 3: Play
1937-1938: Lionel Hampton. Tapes 3 and 4.  1937-1938 Era. (Taped in 1938).. Tape    3:  Play -Tape   4: Play -
1937-1938:Lionel Hampton. Tapes 5 and 6.  1938-1939 Era. (Taped in 1939)..Tape    5:  Play-Tape    6: Play -
1938-1939: Lionel Hampton. Tapes 7 and 8.  1939-1940 Era. (Taped in 1940).. Tape    7:  Play-Tape    8. Play -
1938: Benny Goodman's Carnegie Hall Concert.  The Quartet with Lionel Hampton. **Dizzy Spells:  Play- Avalon.Play
Lionel Hampton Vibes. Teddy Wilson piano. Gene Krupa Drums.
1939: Bennie Goodman Small Groups. Airchecks 1939-41.  Play-148min.
I've had this tape about 30 years and the source is unknown, but someone did a fine job of recording these shows, apparently on a quality acetate machine.
But these are AM broadcasts, not studio tracks; and acetates, not digital recordings. So they're noisy, ok? You'll hear some first-class talent here, including
Lionel Hampton, Fletcher Henderson, Johnny Guarnieri, Charlie Christian, Art Bernstein, Nick Fatool, Gene Krupa, Dave Tough, Louis Armstrong, Count Basie,more.
I spent 2 days cleaning this up with speed correction and hundreds of manual click repairs for the acetate damage and the lightning storms. I Hope someone likes it.
1940-1947:Lionel Hampton:Tapes 9  and 10. 1940-1947 Era. (Taped in 1947). Tape 9:   Play .Tape 10: Play -
1942: Lionel Hampton and Illinois Jacquet played for the first time his great tenorsolo on Flying Home. 1942, April. 
Follow 1959 Hamp and Lord Buckley. 2.27min. 1959 (Unreleased)--PlayNFlying Home 2 Play - NPR Radio over Flying Home Play
1944: Lionel Hampton Big Band. Flying Home 2. V-Disc 188. 1944 May. Play-V-Disc 229. Play-V-Disc 428. Screamin" Boogie.  Play-
1944: Lionel Hampton, Les Paul, Dinah Washington, Fletcher Henderson and Others. Play
1944-1950 ? The Bigband. 33 min. video.  Play-
1944: Esquire All-American Jazz Concert.  Play - At the Metropolitan Opera House. Broadcast on NBC Blue and also AFRS as part of "One Night Stand"
122 min. Musicians included Louis Armstrong, Mildred Bailey, Barney Bigard, Al Casey, Sid Catlett, Roy Eldridge, Benny Goodman, Billie Holiday, Teddy Wilson
Coleman Hawkins, Oscar Pettiford, Art Tatum, Jack Teagarden and Lionel Hampton and Red Norvo vibes. Min. 43.Hampton and Norvo. Min 1.44. Hampton.
Flying Home with Hamp vibes and drums and folow a vibes duet with Hampton and Red Norvo. Min. 1.57. Hamp's Boogie Woogie.
3,600 BUY BONDS AT JAZZ SESSION; $ 650,000 Raised for War by Sale of Tickets to Concert of Esquire's Band.
1944-1949: One Night Standwas a program of live music ("remotes") that was produced & broadcast by the US government via
the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS) radio network on 16 Inch Records.
1944: Lionel Hampton Big Band at the Civic Auditorium, Oakland. Californië.1944, June 04.  Play-
1946: Lionel Hampton Big Band at the Aquarium Restaurant. New York City  1946, November 30.  Play -
1946: Lionel Hampton Big Bandat the Aquarium Restaurant. New York City  1946, December 07. Play-
1947: Lionel Hampton Big Band at the Aquarium Restaurant. New York City  1947, January 04.  Play=
1949: Lionel Hampton Big Band at the Aquarium Restaurant. New York City  1949. Video.  Play-+ Photo of the record. Sound is  B.
1947: Lionel Hampton:Request from Hans Bebop your webmaster.The Jazz NIght. 5 hours  Lionel Hampton.All years. First 1942. Play
Include my LP of Gene Norman's 1947 Just Jazz Concert  <<Play and wait 2-4min and go to min.2.20.for Gene Norman.Play
1950: Lionel Hampton Octet.   Play  Part 2:  Play
1950's: Johnny Otis Show. With Hamp.  Play-
1950's: Lionel Hampton. Play-  Rare Video from TV Italië.  (Min. 47-59).
1953: Great Lionel Hampton 1953 Europa Tour Blog.  Click -
1953: Lionel Hampton's First concert of his first Europe Tour. Sweden 1953, September 14 Click
1953: Lionel Hampton's first Europe Tour 1953. Swiss Radio. Part 1 and 2. Wait 2-4 min. and go to min. 1.59. Play
1953: Lionel Hampton Big Band.1953-10-04 Germany. Play-
This recording was originally seeded at Dime by ricola. Much thanks for that! I believe I grabbed it from my buddy Rob K. on the Terrapin Torrents tracker.
As the text below states, this is an amazing recording for it's age. I have enjoyed it so much that I wanted to keep spreading around. It says "
All Stars" which is no joke. Please enjoy! Lionel HAMPTON All Stars. Live at Sportpalast in Berlin, Germany, October 04, 1953 
Source: low Gen. RADIO MASTER>probably Reel to Reel Tape>CD>trade>EAC Secure>Flac frontend>flac level 6
Sound: A/A+ (outstanding quality for that age!!, listen to mp3 sample)
01 AIR MAIL SPECIAL 5.05 . 02 I ONLY HAVE EYES FOR YOU 3.30. 03 MEDLEY: STOMPIN' AT THE SAVOY - WHEN THE SAINTS (MORE) 10.42
04 STARDUST 4.48. 05 HOW HIGH THE MOON 3.32. 06 ALWAYS 3.40 [mistitled as Dinah]. 07 DRINK WINE SPO-DEE-O-DEE 3.30 [Sonny Parker -vo;]
08 MR. JELLY ROLL 2.55. 09 HAMP'S BOOGIE WOOGIE 2.35 [and closing comments]Click for the Members. Click   (Eddie Pazant replace Robert Plater)
1953: Lionel Hampton & Oscar Peterson. Stardust. Play- Jam Blues.Play-Tenderly. Play-Just One of Those Things.  Play-
1953-1954: Lionel Hampton: Tapes11 and 12. 1953-1954 Era. (Taped in 1954). Tape 11:  Play. Tape 12: Play--
1953-1954: Lionel Hampton & Oscar Peterson Quintet.Play.Hampton, vibes. Buddy DeFranco, clarinet. Oscar Peterson, p. Ray Brown, B.  Buddy Rich, dr.
1954: Lionel Hampton 5. Play-The longest Flying Home. Hampton, vibes. Buddy DeFranco, clarinet. Oscar Peterson, p. Ray Brown, B.  Buddy Rich, dr.
1954: Lionel Hampton. The Complete 1954 LP At The Apollo Theatre. Hamp's second Europe Tour. Pickup.  Part 1.  Play- Part 2:-Play--
For better sound. How High the Moon. Play-Stardust. Play- Vibes Boogie/Flying Home/Good Luck. Play-
Amsterdam. 1954, October 28 1954. Stardust and Düsseldorf 1954, November 6.
Introduction, How High the Moon, Stardust, The Nearness of You, Midnight Sun, Lover Man, Our Love Is Here to Stay, Vibe Boogie/Flying Home/Good Luck. 
Lionel Hampton, Vibe, Piano, Drums, Vocals. Nat Adderley, Bill Brooks, Wallace Davenport, Ed Mullens (tr). Leon Comegys, Buster Cooper, Hal Roberts (tromb).
Jay Dennis, Bobby Platter (a.s) Elwyn Frazier, Jay Peters (ts) Joe Evans (bs). Dwike Mitchel (p). Peter Badie (b). Billy Mackel  (g).< Story, Rufus Jones (dr).
1954:Lionel Hampton 5.. Play-The longest Flying Home. Hampton, vibes. Buddy DeFranco, clarinet. Oscar Peterson, p. Ray Brown, B.  Buddy Rich, dr.
1954: Lionel Hampton Big Band in Austria. Industriehalle, Graz (Austria), 1954, December 27. Taped from Radio. Play-
1955: Lionel Hampton & Stan Getz (ts)  Play-  Hamp, Lou Levy (p) Leroy Vinnegar (b) Shelly Manne (d).  Hollywood, CA. 1955, August 1.
1955: Art tatum, Lionel Hampton and Buddy Rich. Los Angeles, August 1. How High The Moon. Play-Love for sale. Play-Hallelujah. Pl.Swing Jazz. Pl -
1958: Lionel Hampton.Play -TV.  At the Opera House Liege, Belgium 1958. 99 min. This is the last 60min.
Lionel Hampton: vibes, drums, piano, bandleader; Leon Zachary and Bobby Plater: alto saxophone; Andy McGee: tenor saxophone; Louid Blackburn, Wade marcus, Larry Wilson: trombone; Eddie williams, Art Hoyle, Eddie Mullens, Dave Gonzales; trumpet; Oscar Denard: piano; Billy Mackel: guitar. Julius Brown: bass;
Wilbert Hogan: drums. Cornelius James: vocals. 
1959: Lionel Hampton Big Band.   Play-
1961: Lionel Hampton.  (Rare Italian TV Show) Part 1.  Play - Part 2Play-
1963: Lionel Hampton.  Play -    1963. 11.15PM. New Years Concert. 
1963: Lionel Hampton Bossa Nova Jazz. The full LP.Play -
1971: Lionel Hampton, Teddy Wilson, Gene Krupa 1971 Reunion. Play- featuring Zoot Sims, Roy Eldridge, Tyree Glenn and other Jazz greats.
1972: Lionel Hampton Big Band. Philharmonic Hall (New York, NY) Jul 5, 1972. (register) Click on Play Lionel Hampton
1972: Lionel Hampton Big Band. Philharmonic Hall (New York, NY) Jul 5, 1972 The late concert.   Play --
Guests: Teddy Wilson, Gene Krupa, Roy Eldridge, Milt Buckner, Dexter Gordon, Illinois Jacquet and Others. (Time 2.14)
1973: Benny Goodman/Lionel Hampton Quintet. Carnegie Hall (New York, NY) Jun 29, 1973. Have You 1 x Register ? Play-
1974: Lionel Hampton Quartet. Special engagement at the 1974 Newport Jazz Festival in New York. Have You 1x Register ? Play-
Lionel Hampton, Teddy Wilson, piano. Milt Hinton, Bass. Buddy Rich, drums.
1975: Lionel Hampton and His Inner Jazz Circle.  Carnegie Hall (New York, NY). Jul 4, 1975. Play-((Register)
1977: Lionel Hampton album Satin Doll.  Play -Hamp, Vibes.Candido, piano. Unknown, trumpet, tb. Al Caiola, guitar. George Marz, bass. Richie Pratt, drums
1977: Lionel Hampton feat. Milt Buckner, Prague 1977.  Play-(Video taped from TV.
Four years ago I found in Otto Flückiger’s archive a 20 minute clip of the Lionel Hampton Orchestra playing Air Mail Special in Prague 1977 with Milt Buckner
featured on the organ. It soon turned out that sound and  picture lost their synchronicity during the upload to youtube. At that time I did not see what I had
done wrong, so I decided to not go through the digitizing process again and leave it the way it is.
But now yesterday I found out that even more footage exists from this concert. So I digitized all 43 minutes that are there (it still ends rather abrupt, so there
probably is even more footage extant). Besides Hampton and big-mustached Milt Buckner you get to see and hear Cat Anderson on trumpet,Pauel Moen and the legendary Eddie Chambleeon saxophones, guitarist Billy Mackel and drummerFrankie Dunlop. (Thanks to the late Otto Flückiger) Crownpropeller.
1978: Lionel Hampton and the All Stars Band. Video North Sea Jazz. Part1.  Play-Hey! Ba-Ba-Rebop.   Play-In The Mood.  Play -
1978: Lionel Hampton Quintet. 1978 Live. Misty and Avalon. Play-Big Band. .Flying Home (Saxsolo Arnett Cobb) and Hamp's Boogie.Play
Begin The Beguine and  The Sunny Side Of The Street. Tenorsax Arnett Cobb. Play-
1978: Former President Jimmy Carter presents (when he was president of the U.S.A.) the White House Jazz Festival in Washington.
With Herbie Hancock, Benny Goodman, McCoy Tyner, Sonny Rollins, Dizzy Gillespie, George Benson, Cecil Taylor, Eubie Blake,
Pearl Bailey, Ornette & Denardo Coleman, Benny Carter, Clark Terry, Lionel Hampton and many others!  June 18, 1978 Total Time 2.45. Play-Taped from Radio.
Coming up. 1.57 min. Lionel Hampton, vibes. Chick Corea (p), Louis Bellson (dr), Ray Brown (b), Stan Getz (ts), Zoot Sims (ts), George Benson (g),
12. Introductions. 13. How High The Moon. 14. Georgia On My Mind.  15. Lush Life  Lionel Hampton does the Introduction.
16. Introductions. Flying Home. Summertime. Vocal,  Pearl Mae Bailey. St. Louis Blues, .Vocal,  Pearl Mae Bailey.
17:  Max Roach on the Cymbals.18  Salt Peanuts Dizzy Gillespie. University Towson, MD. 1978, April 8.   Play-Unreleased. Taped in the Hall.
Benny Goodman, cl. Major Holley, Bass. Wayne Andre, trombone.  arren Vaché, tr. Cal Collinespie (tp), Max Roach (dr) Jimmy Carter (vocal)
1978: Buddy Rich Big Band. Play-Grande Parade Du Jazz  Nice, France 1978, July 1978.Guests Lionel Hampton(Only 2 fingers piano) and Stan Getz, ts.
1979: Lionel Hampton Quintet with the Dutch Skymasters.Hilversum, The Netherlands. Hamp's Boogie/Hey-Ba-Ba-Rebop.Video-Stardust. Play-
1979: Lionel Hampton at the Flint Theatre Amersfoort 1979. VIDEO. Airmail Special. Play-Misty-Play   Quality, B-
Tros Sesjun was 7 x on TV. One is preserved. I have the complete good studio video band. But where?
1979: Lionel Hampton and his Giants of Jazz. 1979, May 4. Haarlem, The Netherlands.  Play-(Sorry, is out)
Billy Mackel-Guitar. Frankie Dunlop, Drums. Barry Smith, Bass. Paul Moen, Tenorsax. Joe Newman, Trumpet. Victor Pazz, Trumpet. Wild Bill Davis, Organ. Amersfoort.The Flint Theatre, The Netherlands.       VIDEO: Airmail Special. Play-Misty-Play-  Quality, B-
1979: The vibraphone sound of Peter Appleyard. (Born1928). Play-Great fun. Peter and Lionel Hampton. 1979 Seven Come Eleven. Play.
1979: Peter Appleyard presents Bob Wilber & Lionel Hampton.  Play -Is incl. Seven Come Eleven. (Pete's TV show).
1983: Play-1983, spring, Köln (G), TV-serie -"Bio´s Bahnhof"  Lionel Hampton Peter Herbolzheimer´s Orch.& Axel Zwingenberger (p)
1983: Lionel Hampton  Big Band. Include Arnette Cob, tenorsax.1983, May 29. Video:- Play-Hamp's Boogie/Hey.Ba-Ba-Rebop Surplus-
Or click after the end of part 1 right on the second video.
1983: Lionel Hampton. Dutch Radio. Germany Concert 1983. Part 1 and 2. Wait 2-4 min. Go to 3.32,  Play
1983: Lionel Hampton. North Sea Jazz Festival 1983, July. Total Time 1.44 Hour Click-Play under the Photos.
1983: Peter Appleyard (vib, p) ( Born 1928, August 26) Slam Stewart (b) Hank Jones (p) Jerry Fuller (d).1983, Jazzfest. Bern (Ch). Play-
A parody on jazz-vibes-players: Red Norvo, Terry Gibbs, Milt Jackson and Lionel Hampton. Great Fun.
1985: Lionel Hampton Big Band.  Big Band and Giants of Jazz. The Netherlands.  May 17. Rebroadcasts, Play
1988: Lionel Hampton Big Band: Chicago Jazz Festival. Grant Park, Chicago IL. Late August or early September 1988. PlayI
01 ?? (5:58.  02 ?? (10:50) 03 Mack the Knife (10:40). 04 ?? (9:59). 05 What a Wonderful World (5:20) Time 42. Simulcast from WBEZ, Chicago. 
1990: Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra 12-31 (New Year Concert) Incl. Frank Forster and Nina Simone: Happy New Year and Hey-Ba-Ba-Rebop. Play-
The concert begin New Year's Eve on 11.39.50 PM. Source: Radio Sound: B+/A- Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra.(Sorry I don't know who is in the band.)
01. Title 5:27, 02. Title 7:40, 03. Swing in the New Year//Auld Lang Sine (Fade) 9:01, 04. The Gangs all herer Medly (fade) 5:52,
05. Don’t get Around Much Anymore 3:07, 06. Mack the Knife 7:30, 07. Hamp's Boogie Woogie/Hey-Ba-Ba-Rebop. 5:49. Time 44 min..
Radio Recording.  Good Sound (V-) Windows Mediaplayer.
1990: Lionel Hampton at the Montreal Jazz Festival. 1990, July 7. TV.  Play-
1: Airmail Special. 2: Mack The Knife.  3: Flying Home. 4: Hamp's Boogie Woogie/Hey!-Ba-Ba-Rebop. 5: Sing Sing Sing.
1991: Lionel Hampton:Tapes13 and 14. 1991. The Golden Man of Jazz at the Bluenote Jazz Club. Tape 13: Play14: Play-First 2 tracks.
1992: Lionel Hampton: Kennedy Center Honors. Video. For the first time publiced in 2002. Play
Herbie Hancock presents and Aretha Franklin sings. Milt Jackson and The Golden Man of Jazz. Garry Burton and The Golden Man of Jazz.
All with the yong University of Idaho  Jazz Ensemble with Flying Home. 15min..Next 45 min. Jay Hoggard (Vibes) play a tribute for Lionel Hampton, 2002. 
1993: Lionel Hampton,  Junior Mance (piano), Jimmy Woody (bass), Bobby Durham (drums),And The St Petersburg Orchestra conducted 
by Alexander Tschernucschenko. 55 min. Germany TV. Is out.  Play
From this concert.  Intro. Play- Part 2.  Play -  Seven Comes Eleven.  Play- Hey-Ba-Ba-Rebop.  Play-
1993: Lionel Hampton (Age 85) and the Golden Man of Jazz. Germany 1993.Play-Play(Under this video see Members)-Play
Hey-Ba-Ba-Rebop. Play -
1994: Lionel Hampton and his golden men of jazz: Jazz a Vienne part 1.  Play-Part 2. Play-
1994: Lionel Hampton For the last time in Holland.  TV. North Sea Jazz Festival. The Golden Man of Jazz.  Play
1995: Lionel Hampton.  Interview by  Monk Rowe.  Play-
1997: Lionel Hampton and his New York Jazz Band. Flying Home. Play-
1997: Lionel Hampton and Angela DeNiro & Ron Aprea Big Band. Midnight Sun.  Play-Follow Frank Foster and Hamp.  More Angela/Ron
1997: Lionel Hampton at Beaulieu Jazz Parade. August 1997. Private video. What A Wonderful World + ? Play-
1998: 4 min. of Jean-Louis Bompoint's movie FOR THE LOVE OF HAMP. Blue Note Jazz Club 1998, For Hamp's 90 Birthday. .Play--
1998: Other 24 min. Jean-Louis Bompoimt's movie FOR THE LOVE OF HAMP. Play--Photo. Jean-Louis and Hamp---
A film about Lionel Hampton, shot during his 90th birthday in New-York City. Awarded at Jazz Coro Film Festival - Madrid.
1999: Lionel Hampton (age 90) and his Big Band. Perdido.Play. Doc Skinner presents Nick Vintskevich, altosax.(Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival 1999.
1999: Lionel Hampton Big Band and Dee Dee Bridgewater. Stuttgart Germany, June, 17.  Play- Play - Play -
2000: Lionel Hampton's 92nd,  93rd and 94th birthday photos. 2000 -2002, April 20th. With Angela DeNiro, Ron Aprea.Phil Leshin, Manager. Click-
2000: Lionel Hampton with Jim Martinez in New York. Video: Play-This was Hamp's 2nd to last recording session (12/00) at age 91

  It's A Wonderful World
2002: My radio interview. Morgan, DJ, DJ /Hans Bebop, Hey! Ba-Ba-Rebop. (Sorry is Dutch)  Play-Unprepared. (Sorry is out)
04/20: 116 videos.Play-256 videos.  Play -
04/20: Lionel Hampton Juke Box. 180 tracks.  Play--(Realplayer) 04/21Juke Box 57 songs.  Play -
04/20: Ron Aprea Interview with Lionel Hampton. Dutch Interview with Hamp's drummer Wally 'Gator' Watson. Hamp's interview with Jonathan Tabak.- Click-
04/20: The Vibraphone Masters: Terry Gibbs, Lionel Hampton, Cal Tjader, Teddy Charles, L Winchester.-Play-
04/20: Dutch Radio: Vibes: Lionel Hampton. Milt Jackson, Red Norvo, Bobby Hutcherson.  Play -
04/20: Lionel Hampton and  4 x Stardust. Just Jazz 1947, Dutch and Germany Apollo,1954, Dutch TV and Others plays Stardust. Play
TRIBUTES: Paquito D'Rivera Quintet.  Play  Tribute for Benny Goodman, Lionel Hampton and Charlie Christian.
Dany Doriz Big Band, Vibes: Tribute for Lionel Hampton. Video. Airmail Special-1-2-Hamps Boogie. 3-Flying Home.  4
Dutch 4BEAT6: 2009, June 24. Rimini Jazz Festival. Airmail Special.  Play-Rachels Dream.  PlaypJumpin' at the Woodside.  Play--
ill Tom Special.  Play--Stardust. Play-Tiger Rag Play--Flying Home. PlayGoodbye. Play-Slipped Disc. Play

08/23: Constant Bebop Music.  Bebop -Jazz Music.  Jazz --
08/22: Count Basie Jam Session.  Play- 1972,  April 25.  Liederhalle, Stuttgart, Germany. More Basie -
Count Basie p, Roy Eldridge tp, Al Grey tb, Eddie Lockjaw Davis ts, Freddie Green g, Norman Keenan b, Harold Jones dr. 
08/21: Marian McPartland, 'Piano Jazz' Host, Has Died age 95 . Listen. NPR News.  WikiListen-Marian and Less Paul.PlayOscar Peterson. Play-
08/21: Count Basie's Birthday Today.  www.lionelhampton.nl/#countbasie-
In Memoriam Cedar Walton. Wikipedia -
08/21: Cedar Walton Trio. Play-Village Vanguard. 2008, dec. 17. David Williams, b. Lewis Nash, d. 2011.Play.V.Vangard. Willie Jones, D.
08/21: Art Blakey and the Jazzmessengers.  Play  Tros Radio, Sesjun. Vucht, The Netherlands. 1979.
08/21: Dexter Gordon&Ceder Walton. Play-1982, December.  Kimball's East. San Francisco Bay Area. Davi Williams, b.  Billy Higgins, dr.
08/20: Dizzy Gillespie& Phil Woods Septet.  Play- North Sea Jazz Festival. 1989. july 16.
Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet. Phil Woods,  altsax. Steve Turre,  trombone. Cedar Walton piano. Bobby Hutcherson,  vibes. Rufus Reid bass, Mickey Rocker, drums. 
08/20: Cedar Walton Trio.  Play -Duc des Lombards, Paris. 2013, February 8. Cedar Walton, piano. David Williams, bass. Willie Jones III, drums.

08/18: For my 76th Birthday Today. Lionel Hampton's All Star Big Band. Hey! Ba-Ba-Rebop. Play-In the Mood. Play-North Sea Jazz 1978
And The 5 Norman Granz Jazz At The Philharmonic studio sessions.  Play
08/17: Sonny Stitt and Red Holloway Quintet.  Play De Meervaart, Amsterdam The Netherlands. 1981-August 08.
Sonny Stitt and Red Holloway, Tenor and Alto Saxes. Art Hillery, Piano. Richard Reid, Bass. Bruno Carr, Drums. Ann, Hans Mantel.
08/16: Doris Day.PlayAWinifred Atwell. Play-Arbeidsvitaminen. 1952. The hits of the Fifties.-Play-It's Rock and Roll Time. The Fifties.-Play--


Hans Dulfer. Front Runnin. Dutch Tenorsaxplayer presents his favorite jazz. Part 37: Play-Part: 36. Play-Part 35: Play-Part 34: Play-
Part: 33-32-31-30-29-28-27-26-25-24-23-22-21-20-19-18-17-16-15-14-13-12-11-10-09-08-07-06-05-04-03-02-01-
Dulfer on Tenorsaxophone. Play-
Hans Dulfer (born 28 May 1940) is a Dutch jazz musician who plays tenorsax.Wikipedia-15=Chet Baker.16:-Incl. Jacquet. Dulfer.17: Dexter Gordon
22: Ruud Jacobs&Don Bays. Ruud Jacobs&Sonny Rollins, JATP. 28: Rita Reys. MORE RITA REYS. Click -
08/12: Benny Goodman Big Band. Play -Schaefer Music Festival in Central Park, NY. 1969-06-26. Guests.Lionel Hampton, Zoot Sims.
During 54 min. Sorry, Sound B B- Unreleased.
08/09: Chet Baker.  The Jazznight. 8 Albums.  Play -New York 1958. Hazy Hugs 1985 (With The Amstel Octet).  Grey December 1953-1955.
Crew, 1956. Chet Baker Big Band, 1954.  Chet Baker in Tokyo, 1987. Chet Baker Sings Again, 1985. Cool Cat, 1986.  More Chet.  Click-

08/06: Thelonious Monk, Dizzy Gillespie.  Play=Giants Of Jazz.  Copenhagen 1971. 53min.  Rotterdam Holland. 1971. 9 min.  Play -
The Giants Of Jazz. Melbourne (Australia). 1971, September 24. (Abc Radio Broadcast). Play-75min.
Thelonius Monk, piano. Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet. Sonny Stitt, altsax. Kai Winding, Trombone, Al Mckibbon, bass. Art Blakey, drums. July 1971
Thelonious Monk.Play - Amsterdam Concertgebouw, The Netherlands 1961-April, 15. Part 2: Play-The Second set.  April 16: 01.00.
Thelonious Monk, piano. Charlie Rouse, tenor sax.  John Ore, bass.  Frankie Dunlop, drums. 
08/05: More Louis Armstrong    Click -
08/04: Herb Ellis Birthday. Ful Video Concert. Ray Brown Presents. Play =Medley. PlayHHerb Ellis and Company.  24 videos. Play -
Mitchell Herbert "Herb" Ellis (August 4, 1921 – March 28, 2010) was an American jazz guitarist. Wikipedia -
08/04: Herb Ellis- Mundell Lowe Quartet. El. Guitar.Play- Mariahilferplatz Graz (Austria). 1998, July 10.
08/03: Jazz Record Requests.  Play  BBC: 08/04.  Ruby Braff. (Cornet). Play-
08/03: Rein de Graaff ( Dutch Pianist) Trio with Conte Candoli and Bop Cooper. Round 1990.  Play07/30: Traditional Jazz. Trompettist Tommy Ladnier. Play - (1900-1939). Sidney Bechet,  Mezz Mezzrow, pianist James P. Johnson. 
07/29: Peter Ypma, Drummer overleden.  Click-Play-
07/28: David Fathead Newman and Houston Person QuintetPlay - Tros Sesjun. Nick Vollebregts Jazz Café, Laren, Holland. 1998, febr 5.
David Fathead Newman and Houston Person: Tenor Saxes. From Holland.  Rein De Graaff, Piano. Koos Serierse, Bass. Eric Ineke, Drums.
07/27: Ella Fitzgerald. Play- The Duke Ellington Songbook. (The Duke Ellington Small Band)
07/27: J J Cale & Leon Russell.  Play -At the Paradise Studios, LA 1979. JJ Cale & Eric Clapton.  Play-The Road To Escondido. 2006. 
JJ Cale, also known as J.J. Cale, (born John Weldon Cale; December 5, 1938 – July 26, 2013) was
a Grammy Award-winning American singer-songwriter and musician. Cale was one of the originators of the Tulsa Sound,
a loose genre drawing on blues, rockabilly, country, and jazz influences. Cale's personal style has often been described as "laid back".  Wikipedia-
07/24: Armed Forces Radio Service. 1.  Lionel Hampton 4x, Les Paul, Dinah Washington, Fletcher Henderson and Others. Play-
07/24: Armed Forces Radio Service, 1945. The Best of AFRS Jubilee. Part 1 and 2.  Play- Part 3 and 4. Play-Wikipedia=
07/23: Count Basie Bigband.  Play- 1965 BBC four TV. Phil Guileau, Al Aarons, Sonny Cohn, Wallace Davenport (tpt), Henderson Chambers, Al Grey,
Grover Mitchell (tmbn), Bill Hughes (bs tmbn), Marshal Royal (alt sx, clt), Eric Dixon (tn sx/flt), Eddie 'Lockjaw' Davis (tn sx), Charlie Fowlkes (br sx), 
Freddie Green (gtr), Norman Keenan (bs), Rufus Jones (dm), Count Basie (pn) - Bobby Plater & Eric Dixon (arr).

07/21: Buddy Rich Big Band. Play - Guests. Lionel Hampton (Two Fingers Piano) and Stan Getz. 1978 July 13. 
07/20: Dizzy Gillespie Big Band. Play-North Sea Jazz. The Hague-Congresgebouw. PWA Zaal. 1979, July 7. No Line-up. More.NSJ.Click

07/17:  Billie Holiday. CD: Billie Holiday. The Story. Play- (Philadelphia, 7 april 1915 – New York City, 17 juli 1959)
Billie Holiday: Play - Lady In Satin, Complete Album 1958 HQ (+bonus tracks). With Ray Ellis(1923-2008) and his Orchestra, from February, 1958. Jazz/Blues Masterpiece. This was Billie's final album released while she was alive, Billie's final studio recordings were released after her death in July,
1959 at the age of 44. This was said to be Billie's personal favorite album. 20 songs with playlist.  Play -

07/16: BB King and blues band.  Play- Saturday 13 July 1985. 20.45-22.00 hours. North Sea jazz.  The Hague Netherlands. Tuinpaviljoen.
07/15: North Sea Jazz Festival 2013. Programme.Click    English. Click
07/15: North Sea Jazz. Betty Carter & John Hicks Trio.    Play- Follow the Tenor Battle (Getz, Lockjaw, Shepp, Murray, Jacquet, Leader Newman) & Hank Jones Trio. The Hague (North Sea Jazz Festival) 1978.
Tenor Battle: More 1978.   Play 74 min. Sound B. 
07/14: North Sea Jazz.  NTR TV from 07/13. Play-NTR TV from 07/14 Play -
07/13: Larry Graham.  Play -   North Sea Jazz 2013. 73min. video.
07/12: Buck Hill:  Play-Play-The forgotten Saxophonist. North Sea Jazz Festival 1981. Roger "Buck" Hill (b. February 13, 1927, Washington, D.C.
Video 2012. Age 85.  Play-Play-2004. Play-

07/12: Toots Thielemans Quartet.  Play-Jazz Festival Middelheim. Antwerpen, Belgium. 2011, August 12.Extra. 2004.Play-
Toots Thielemans (harmonica). Kenny Werner. (piano and keyboards). Airto Moreira (drums and percussion). Oscar Castro-Neves (guitar and vocals)
07/11: Lionel Hampton and his New York Big Band. Play-1998. Hamp Age 90.
07/11: The first rock and roll solo by Illinois Jacquet and Lionel Hampton. 1942. Flying Home 1.  Play-Flying Home 2. Play-
The first high sound on the tenorsaxophone by Illinois Jacquet. Play 1944. Jazz At The Philharmonic. Incl. Nat King Cole and Les Paul, Guitar.
First is te Blues. This is Lester Leaps In.  Play-
Bill Haley. Rudie Pompilli, sax.  Later in the Rock and Roll. 1957. Play-Play -

07/08: John Clayton, Bass & Jeff Hamilton, Drums. Jazz Orchestra.  Play-John is the director of the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival.
Rose Hall NY, NY USA.  2011, June 10.
07/07: Lionel Hampton Big Band, Art Farmer and Benny Bailey. Intro:Play -Part 1. Play -Part 2. Play -Part 3.  Play -ZDF Club Germany 1988.
07/06: Charlie Parker With Woody Herman And The 3rd Herd.  Play - Mega-rare restored vinyl "Bird With The Herd 1951"
Municipal Arena, Kansas City, Missouri 1951, july 22. Roy Caton, Don Fagerquist, Johnny Macombe, Doug Mettome (tp) Jerry Dorn, Urbie Green,
Fred Lewis (tb) Charlie Parker (as) Woody Herman (as, cl, cond) Dick Hafer, Bill Perkins, Kenny Pinson (ts) Sam Staff (bars) Dave McKenna (p) 
Lawrence "Red" Wooten (b) Sonny Igoe (d).
07/05: Charlie Parker Quintet.  Play- Finale Club, Little Tokyo. Los Angeles CA.  Early March 1946. Unknown Radio Broadcast. 
Miles Davis, Trumpet. Charlie Parker, Altsax. Joe Albany, Piano. Addison Farmer, Bass. Chuck Thompson, Drums.
07/04: Louis Armstrong (Born. 1901, August 4.  d. 1971, July 6 ). 24 hour broadcast.  New York Time. July 3  Midnight.
Dutch Time. July 4   06.00. More Louis Armstrong.  Click
He believed his birthdate to be July 4th 1900, so we celebrate both birthdays. Next. August 4.
07/02: The best of the firtst 25 years  North Sea Jazz.  CD 1.  Play- CD 2:  Play-
06/29: Koko Taylor & Her Blues Machine.  Play -Broadcast in Toronto, CA. (20th Anniversary) 1989, March,16. 
Tros Sesjun. Nick Vollebregt's Jazz Café  Laren The Netherlands.
06/29: Peter Appleyard, vibes, drums, two finger piano( when Hampton).  Chuck Redd.Vibes, drums. Duffy Jackson. Drums, Vibes and Bass.  Play.
Four videos of Peter. Play -More Peter Appleyard.  Click -
06/28: Robert Parker:Jazz Classics in stereo.  Click-'20-'30-'40 Amaze You.  Small Bands, 2 parts, 1-2. Incl. Lionel Hampton.

--Terry Gibbs (born Julius Gubenko on 13 October 1924) is an American jazz vibraphonist and band leader.  Wikipedia-
2013: 10/14: Terry Gibbs and Buddy DeFranco.  Play - Live KPBS TV 1989 .
2013: 10/14: Terry Gibbs. 12 videos  Play-
06/25: Terry Gibbs. Play-First 3 tracks Terry Gibbs. Coral LP. Recorded at Pythian Temple, NYC, 1953, April 3. Sorry is out.
06/27: The Vibraphone Masters:  Terry Gibbs, Lionel Hampton, Cal Tjader, Teddy Charles, L Winchester.  Play -(Ann. Michiel de Ruiter)
06/25: Terry Gibbs Quartet Sessions.   Play-     1955, 1956, 1963. Play list on the player.
06/25: The Exciting Terry Gibbs Big Band.   PlaySee on the player. 
06/25:  Peter Appleyard (vib, p) ( Born 1928, August 26) Slam Stewart (b) Hank Jones (p) Jerry Fuller (d).1983, Jazzfest. Bern (Ch). Play -
A parody on jazz-vibes-players: Red Norvo, Terry Gibbs, Milt Jackson and Lionel Hampton. Great Fun. Video. Play-
06/25: Terry Gibbs Quartet with Terry Pollard, piano and vibes.Play-(Great Fun). More Gibbs to follow. Video.
06/27:  Ronnie Scott is joined by Buddy de Franco and Terry Gibbs. Play- Video.
with performances of Kenny Durham's Blue Bossa and Ronnie's own All The Things You Are
Terry Gibbs Born 1924, oktober 13.    Website-

06/22. Dexter Gordon Quartet. Play-1978, March 9. Dutch TROS radio program Sesjun. De Boerenhofstede Laren.
Dexter Gordon, Tenorsax. George Cables, piano. Rufus Reid, bass. Eddie Gladden, drums.
06/22: HR Big Band. Porgy And Bess.  Play -Tony Lakatos, Tenorsax.(Facebook Friend) Frankfurt, German.Musikhochschule. 2006, Nov 9.
(Big Band des Hessisches Rundfunk. (German Radio Station From The German Province Hesse - HR) 
Main Solist: Tony Lakatos,ts. Incl. Axel Schlosser,tp,fh.  Peter Feil,tb.  Peter Reiter,p.
06/21: Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie.   Play- This is Bebop1945.
06/21: Willem Breuker Kollektief.Play-Joe's Pub, New York, NY. 2007, November 12. From Holland,  Hermine Deurloo, Altsax and harmonica.
Henk de Jonge. piano, synthesizer. Rob Verdurmen, drums, percussion. Arjen Gorter, bass.  Andreas Altenfelder, George Pancraz, trumpet Andy Bruce, trombone. Bernard Hunnekink, trombone, tuba. Maarten van Norden, tenorsax. Frans Vermeerssen. sopranosax, altosax. Willem Breuker, absent.
06/20: Ernie 'Bubbles' Whitman present the Best of AFRS Jubilee Show.
2 x 25min. Part 1: Lionel Hampton clip, 2, 6 and 8.
Jubilee was a unique series of radio entertainment designed for the guys and gals in the American Armed Forces during World War II.
None of the broadcasts were heard over the regular networks in the USA.
Jubilee was produced in Hollywood by the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS) and the programs were transcribed
on 16" vinylite discs (speed: 33 1/3 rpm) and distributed to various radio stations all over the world.
Part 1 of 20. Lionel Hampton, Les Paul, Dinah Washington, Fletcher Henderson and Others. Play
Part 2: Lucky Millinder, Slim Gaillard, Benny Carter, Herb Jeffries and Others. Play

06/19: Miles Davis. Play -Amsterdam (The Netherlands), Concertgebouw, 1957, December 8.
Miles Davis, trumpet. Barney Wilen, tenor saxophone. René Urtreger, piano. Pierre Michelot, bass, Kenny Clarke, drums. 
06/19: Miles Davis. Play - Miles Davis Quintet. Royal Roost, New York NY. WMCA Radio Broadcast 1948. September 25.
Miles Davis (tpt); Lee Konitz (as); John Lewis (p); Dillon "Curly" Russell (b); Max Roach (d); Kenny "Pancho" Hagood (voc)
06/16: Toon van Vliet & Zoot Sims.  Play-Tros Sesjun. Laren (Nick Vollebregt's Jazzcafé), the Netherlands 1974, March 31. 
06/15: Charlie Parker:Play-Rare recording. Private solo recording on his plastic altosax.  Kansas City KS 1940-05. 
06/15: Dizzy Gillespie & Charlie Parker.  Play -1945. Al Haig, Piano. Milt Jackson, Vibes.  Ray Brown, B.  Stan Levey. Dr. NBC Studio Live.
06/15: Erroll Garner: Concert by the Sea. 1955.  Play-Eddie Calhoun, b. Denzil Best, dr. Erroll Louis Garner (Pittsburgh, 15 juni 1921 Los Angeles, 2 jan 1977
06/15: BBC: Erroll Garner. TV. 1964.  Play--

06/13: Portrait of Dutch Pianist Peter Beets.  PlayWikipedia-
05/16: Peter Beets. New CD. Portrait of Peterson (Oscar)Play-Peter Beets, piano. Reuben Rogers, Bass. Greg Hutchinson, Drums. New York.
06/13: Eric Alexander, tenorsax Quintet. Play-Jo Cohen, guitar. Peter Beets, p. Rueben Rogers, b, Gregory Hudchinson, dr. 2010, June 11. The Hague Fest. 
06/13: The Beets Brothers Meets Deborah Brown.  Tenorsax. Alexander Beets.  Video.   Play-
06/13: Rita Reys.  Peter Beets, piano.  PlayThe Royal Theatre Carré, Amsterdam. 2007, January 19 - Photo Carré
06/13: Peter Beets.PlayThe Trumpet Summit.  Haags jazz Festival 'Pure Jazz'. Lucent Danstheater, 2007, september 8.
06/11: Dutch Radio. Duke Ellington. Part 13: 1937-1939.  Play-Part 12: 1934-1936. PlayPart 11:1932.   Play-
Part 1-10-(The Private Collection. 1956-1968). Part 13: Incl. Diminuendo and crescendo in blue.

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For the Dutch Fans. Dit zal je hieronder niet horen. 1956 Cinema Journaal. Play- De kranten stonden er vol van en met de jazztijdschriften werd de neger Hamp giga afgekraakt. Lees-De samensteller van onderstaande 14 tapes laat horen dat er ook een andere Hampton was.
06/02: Woody Shaw Concert Ensemble.  Play- Laren at Tros Sesjun. De  Boerenhofstede Laren The Netherlands 1977, January 27. 
Woody Shaw (tp), Slide Hampton (tb), Dexter Gordon (ts), Rene McLean (as), Ronnie Matthews (p), Stafford James (b), Louis Hayes (d)
06/02: Benjamin Herman Trio.  Play-2013, April 15. Bimhuis, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Benjamin, Sax. Ernst Glerum, Bass. Joost Patocka, Dr. 
06/02: Louis Armstrong.  Play-Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS) radio transcription featuring a 30 minute live concert by Louis Armstrong and
his All Stars. This was originally a radio broadcast live from the Hollywood Empire Room about 1948 then transcribed to this 16 inch radio transcription. 
06/01: Stevie Wonder.Play-2013, May 19.   The Hangout Music Festival. Gulf Shores, AL. Sound A. Tip !
06/01: Louis Armstrong All Stars Play-Live at the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam The Netherlands. 1959,  February 7.
06/01: Louis Armstrong. Satchmo At His Best - Legends In Concert.  PlayArchive footage. Sinatra, Teegarden, Hampton, Mulligan, Gillespie and Others.
05/31: Louis Armstrong. Play-RTB Telecast TV, March, 1959. Antwerpen, Belgium.
Louis Armstrong. Trumpet, vocals. Trummy Young, trombone. Peanuts Hucko, clarinet. Billy Kyle, piano. Mort Herbert, bass. Danny Barcelona, drums.
05/31: Duke Ellington.Play-Live at the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam The Netherlands. TV. End. Diminuendo and Crescendo in Blue, Paul Gonsalves.
 More Ellington -Incl. The 1956-1965 Private Collection, 10 Parts and. 3 x Diminuendo and Crescendo in Blue, Paul Gonsalves.

05/30: The Benny Goodman Story. The full 1955 Movie.  Play- Benny's Music -Benjamin David "Benny" Goodman (May 30, 1909 – June 13, 1986)

05/29: Mulgrew Miller, Jazz Pianist dies today at 57.Video1980 Concerts. 186min. Play-Mulgrew Miller (August 13, 1955- May 29, 2013 Wikipedia
Woody Shaw, Trumpet. Stafford James, Double Bass, Mulgrew Miller, Grand Piano Victor Lewis, Drums, Steve Turre, Trombone.
05/26: Miles Davis Birthday. Kind of Blue. PlayMore Davis-Miles Dewey Davis III (Alton (Illinois), 26 mei 1926 – Santa Monica (Californië), 28 sept. 1991)
05/26: Tito Puente and his Orchestra.  Play-faturing Celia Cruz. Live At Tros Sesjun Nick Vollebregt's Jazz Cafe Laren, The Netherlands  1980, November 7.
.05/25:Lionel Hampton Big Band.   Play-La grande parade du jazz 1979. France TV. 78 min.
Lionel Hampton (vibrafoon, p, drums, vocal). Paul Jeffrey, Arnett Cobb, Ernie Wilkins, Cecil Payne, Paul Moen (sax) - Cat Anderson, Doc Cheatham, John Marshall,
Wallace Davenport (tp) - Sam Turner (cg) - Benny Powell, Curtis Fuller, Kai Winding (tb). Oliver Jackson (dms), Chubby Jackson (b) Wild Bill Davis (p).
05/24: For my good Friend Avon Mackel Play -Lionel Hampton Octet 1970. With Avons Father on guitar. Hamp on min. 23. For Billy Site

05/24: The Music of Jean-Louis Bompoint, Vibraphone.  Click and Play --Click first on the text.
Jean-Louis the Ciniast. 1998.  J-L. Bompoimt's movie FOR THE LOVE OF HAMP. Hamp's 90the Birthday at The Blue Note. Play-
-Jean-Louis Bompoint (France) and our friend Lionel Hampton.  Photo<<Click.
05/22: Lionel Quintet 1954.  Play-Lionel Hampton, Buddy de Franco, Clarinet. Oscar Peterson, p. Ray Brown Bass. Buddy Rich, dr. Incl. 17min. Flying Home.

05/21: Rita Reys. The Cool Voice of Rita Reys 2. Play-1957. Full LP.  88 videos.   Play- More Rita Reys.   Click -

05/19: Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers with Wynton Marsalis.  PlayTros Sesjun Hoogeveen ("De Tamboer"), The Netherlands.1981, March.
(probably 12) March, 1981. Wynton Marsalis, Age 19 (tp), Bobby Watson (as), Billy Pierce (ts), James Williams (p), Charles Fambrough (b), Art Blakey (d).
05/18: Jazz At The Philharmonic. Click and Play 1950: Carnegie Hal. 1953: Los Angeles. 1953 and 1954: Hardfort:1955: Stockholm. 
05/18: Jam Session.Play- Terry Gibbs, Billy Taylor, Sarah McLawler, Mary Lou Williams, Stuff Smith, Georgie Auld's All Stars.
05/17: Vibraphone Jazz Radio.  Play-Saxophone Jazz Radio. Play - Swing & Big Band Jazz Radio. Play-
05/16: Woody Heman.

05/16: Woody Herman. The Centenary of Herman's Birth.1913, May 16.  Play-Woody Herman Big Band in England 1964. TV. Wikipedia
Charlie Parker &  Woody Herman And The 3rd Herd.  Play- Mega-rare restored vinyl "Bird With The Herd 1951" Missouri 1951, July 22.
Woody Herman Orchestra. Play  - Konzerthaus Vienna, Austria. 1967, February 6. 
Woody Herman & Son Orchestre.  Play Early Autumn. 1972 - Full Album.
Woody Herman and the Thundering Herd.  Play-Philharmonie Berlin (Germany), 1977, November 5.

05/15: Dutch-Danish Tribute To Ben Webster. Play-Amsterdam ("BIM Huis"), The Netherlands 1983, October 1.   Total Time 2.13.
Jesper Thilo (ts), Ruud Brink (ts), Piet Noordijk (as), Herman Schoonderwalt (bars, ss), Cees Slinger (p), Jacques Schols (b), John Engels (d). 
Announcements are by Michiel de Ruyter (station announcements), Cees Slinger (tune introductions), and Irv Rochlin (personal memory of Ben Webster). 
First set (tracks 1-6) Second and last set (tracks 7-15).
05/12: Dutch Tros Sesjun.  Play-Ronnie Earl & Sugar Ray Norcia. TIP! Nick Vollebrencht's Jazz Cafe Laren, Netherlands 1991, April 25
Lionel Hampton, Max Roach in Parijs (1949). Live:Ray Bryant Trio at The Basin Street NYC (1964). Total Time: 1.53.
05/05: The Netherlands, Liberation Day (Dutch: Bevrijdingsdag) is celebrated each year on May 5th, to mark the end
of the occupation by Nazi Germany during World War II. The Netherlands.  Wikipedia -
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05/05: The Music of Glenn Miller. 20 songs with playlist. Play- 1943-1944.Glenn Miller Video Clips. Part 1.  Play-2: Play- 3:  Play
The V-Disc's. 63:  Play-123: B. In The Mood.  Play-223: Play-281: Play-381: Play-522: St. Louis Blues.  Play-533: Play-
The 2012 Glenn Miller Orchestra. Live Film. 2012, December 27. Click and Play
The Music of the movie The Glenn Miller Story.  Play- Video. St. Louis Blues March. From the Movie. Play-
Dizzy Gillespie Quintet. Tros Sesjun. Nick Vollebrecht's Jazz Cafe  Laren, The Netherlands. 1981, 22 October. Play -
Dizzy Gillespie (tp), Paquito di Rivera (as), Ed Cherry (g), Michael Howell (b), Ignacio Berroa (d)
2010: West Valley High School Band. Play-Garfield High School 1. Lester Leaps In. Play-Garfield Jazz Band. Black And Tan Fantasy. Play -
2007: Ariel Pocock. Age 14. Billie's Bounce. Play-Ariel Pocock. Age 18. Billie's Bounce. Play -Washington-Lee High School Jazz Band/Combo of 2006 playing Billie's Bounce.  Play -
2010: Garfield High School Jazz Ensemble plays "The Shepherd" with Wynton Marsalis Play -
04/30: Lionel Hampton.Click and than Play  New. Lionel Hampton's Orchestra for the 1961 European Tour.
This privately made 45 rpm record contains the following tracks. Four In One, Hava Nagila, Alexander's Ragtime Band. Instal free Quicktime

04/30: Duke Ellington. The Big Bandfeeling. 1952 Video. Play -1952 recording includes 2 performances of Duke and his Orchestra, 
one on Jan. 7, 1952 and one on Aug. 12, 1952.
04/29: Duke Ellington. -Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington (April 29, 1899 – May 24, 1974)  More Ellington. ClickWikipedia
04/29: Jazz on the Tube. Duke Ellington Day. Take The "A" Train and Bio. The Trio. Play-

04/27: The vibraphone sound of Peter Appleyard. (Born1928). Play-Great fun. Peter and Lionel Hampton. 1979 Seven Come Eleven. Play.
1979: Peter Appleyard presents Bob Wilber & Lionel Hampton.  Play -Is incl. Seven Come Eleven. (Pete's TV show).
2012: Peter Appleyard in Germany. < Pete's website. Click on the video-His 1977 LP. Play-

Ella Fitzgerald (April 25, 1917- June 15, 1996).
????: Ella Fitzgerald full album Jazz 2.  Play -
1950s: Ella and the Duke Ellington Band.Play-
1957&1963. Ella Fitzgerald. Play-Belgium, 1957. Herb Ellis, guitar. Ray Brown, bass. Jo Jones, dr. Don Abney, p. Oscar Peterson, p. Roy,tr.
1963 Sweden. Les Spann, guitar. Jimmy Hughart, bass. Gus Johnson, Drums. Tommy Flanagan, piano.
1961: Ella Fitzgerald: The Netherlands: Amsterdam 1961 & Tilburg 1971. Tilburg with the Count Basie Band. Play-
1975: Ella Fitzgerald and The Count Basie Big BandPlay-

04/25: 2002. Clark Terry: Play - Video: .Live In Concert. September 24. (Clark Terry born December 14, 1920)
Clark Terry, trumpet. Donald Harrison, sax, Anthony Wonsey,  piano. Curtis Lundy, bass. Victor Lewis,  drums. TotaalTime 1.15H.
2000: Clark Terry Quintet:  Play - Video. Jazzwoche Burghausen 2000. Clark Terry, trumpet. David Glasser, alto sax, Don Friedman,  piano
Marcus McLaurine, bass. Sylvia Cuenca, drums.
1988: Clark Terry and the Great Count Basie Eight. Play- (Basie Alumni) April 21. Stadthalle Leonberg Germany.
Clark Terry (trumpet, flugelhorn, vocals, announcements), Urbie Green (trombone), Buddy Tate (clarinet, tenor saxophone), Billy Mitchell (alto & tenor saxophones),
Nat Pierce (piano), John Basile (guitar), Red Mitchell (bass), Butch Miles (drums).
1978: Oscar Peterson Jam Session. Play- Jazz Alive.  Broadcast date July 1. Montreux, Switzerland on the shores of Lake Geneva.
Oscar Peterson, piano. Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet Clark Terry, trumpet,  Harry "Sweets" Edison, trumpet Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, tenor sax 
Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen, bass Bobby Durham, drums. Audio.
04/14: Lester Young.  Play-Request for Marga. 1/2. Birdland 1953. 3/7 Savoy Balroom 1950. 8/10 Royal Roost. 1948. 11/13 Birdland. 1951.
04/13: Mary Osborne.  Play-Queen of the Jazz Guitar. 59min. 10x.Video-(July 17, 1921-March 4, 1992) was an American jazz electric guitarist.Wikipedia-
04/12: Dizzy Gillespie & Charlie Parker. 1945 Town Hall Concert. From Min. 7.   Play-
Dizzy Gillespie, Trumpet. Charlie Parker, Alto saxophone. Don Byas, Tenor saxophone. Al Haig, Piano. Curly Russell, Bass. Max Roach, Big Sid Catlett (drums).
04/09: 1.302 78 RPM records of known and unknown artists. Click on everything play and then record 1.  Play-

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04/07: Billie Holiday (born Eleanora Fagan April 7, 1915 – July 17, 1959) was an American jazz singer and songwriter. 
Nicknamed "Lady Day" Wikipedia - Website -
The Life And Artistry Of Lady Day . 28 min. Film.  Play -
Billie Holiday - Strange Fruit. Film. 1950 and 1958.Play-
Billie Holiday - The Legacy: 1933-1958 Disc 1 [Full Length Album] .  Play-
1941-1942. Lester Young and Billie Holiday. -Play
KHJ Broadcasts. 1941-1942. Billy Holiday, Lester Young (ts), Hubert Maxwell "Bumps" Myers ?, Red" Mack Morris (tp), Red" Mack Morris (tp),
Red" Mack Morris (tp), Paul campbell (tp on 10,11) Hubert Maxwell "Bumps" Myers, Jimmy Rowles (p),  Louis Gonzales (g),  Red Callender (b), Lee Young (dr), 
Track 1: DJ. 2: Norman Granz.3: Benny's Bugle. 4: Solitude. 5. Broadway. 6. Discussion. 7. Introduction. 8. I Hear music. 9. disc.10. Benny's Bugle.11. Signoff.
BBC DOC. 56min.  Play- A evening with Billie Holiday.  Play-
Two LP's. 1.  Billlie Holiday  2. Johnny Griifin.  Play
Billie Holiday at Art Ford's Jazz Show. 1958. Film.  Play Part Two. Play-
Billie Holiday:Lady In Satin, Complete Album 1958 HQ (+bonus tracks).  Play -This was Billie's final album released while she was alive,
Billie's final studio recordings were released after her death in July, 1959 at the age of 44.
Billie Holiday. 20 songs with playlist.  Play  100 video's of Billie Holiday. Play-

04/03: Birthday of my Mother Paula. 1910-1999 and Doris Day. Doris Day (born Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff; April 3, 1922)
is an American actress, singer, and animal rights activist. My Mother Loves Doris Day. Doris Day Jukebox.   Click


03/31: Red Norvo Birthday.  (March 31, 1908-April 6, 1999) was one of jazz's early vibraphonists, known as "Mr. Swing". 
He helped establish the xylophone, marimba and later the vibraphone as viable jazz instruments. Wikipedia -
Edmond Hall Celestial Quartet.
Edmond Hall Clarinet, Meade "Lux" LewisCeleste/Celesta (Wikipedia) Charlie Christian, El Guitar. Israel Crosby, Bass. Track 1-4 -Play
Track 5-8. With Teddy Wilson, Piano. Red Norvo, Vibes. 1944. Track 9-13. With Harry Carney, Bariton Sax. Benny Morton, Trombone
Track 14-16. Alternative Take from 1-4, 5-8 Red Norvo.  and 9-13.
Red Norvo Trio. Play-Unknown Studio(S) Hollywood, CA 1949-1950 (Standard Transcriptions) Red Norvo (Vib), Tal Farlow (G), Charles Mingus (B).
The Newport All Stars.  Play   Tribute To Duke.  Berliner Jazztage, Philharmonie, Berlin/Germany. November 1969, November 8.
Red Norvo, vibes.  Ruby Braff, cornet.   Joe Venuti, violin. George Wein, piano. Barney Kessel, guitar. Larry Ridley, bass. Don Lamond, drums.
The Great Vibes Players. 1: Lionel Hampton. 2: Milt Jackson. 3: Red Norvo. 4:  Bobby Hutcherson.   Play-
More to follow.

03/27: Benjamin Francis Webster (March 27, 1909 – September 20, 1973),  Ben Webster was an influential American jazz tenor saxophonist.
Webster, born in Kansas City, Missouri, was considered one of the three most important "swing tenors" along with Coleman Hawkins and Lester Young.
1953: Ben Webster with the Modern Jazz Quartet. Play -Birdland New York, NY 1953, February 21, 1953 (1-5); February 28. (6-8).
Ben Webster, tenorsax sax, Milt Jackson, vibes.John Lewis, piano Percy Heath, bass Kenny Clarke, drums. 
Ben Webster 1966 or 1967 Amsterdam, Netherlands. Track 1 Jam. Not known.   Ben Webster NYC Studio 61. 3-26-1969.   Play -
Amsterdam. Ben Webster, Tenor. Hank Jones, Piano. Buck Clayton, Trumpet. George Duvivier, Bass Vic Dickerson,Trombone.  Joe Jones,  Drums
Ben Webster. Five Albums.  Play- You have a problem with the player ? Click left on Mediaplayer.
00:00  Cotton Tail. 01:13  All To Soon. 02:30  King of the Tenors. 03:44  See you at the Fair. 04:34  Ben Webster meets Don Byas
Ben Webster meets Oscar Peterson.  Play - Hannover, 1972. VIDEO. 
Ben Webster.Play -  The full Verve 1957  LP Soulville. Bass,  Ray Brown,  Drums,  Stan Levey,  Guitar, Herb Ellis

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03/17: Nathaniel Adams Coles Birthday Today.
(March 17, 1919– February 15, 1965), known professionally as Nat King Cole, was an American 
singer and musician who first came to prominence as a leading jazz pianist. He owes most of his popular musical fame to his soft,
baritone voice, which he used to perform in big band and jazz genres.
Nat King Cole. Play- Live in Los Angeles 1944. With Oscar More, Guitar and  Johnny Miller, Bass. Last But Not Least." June Christy
vibraphonist Milt Jackson, and Machito & His Orchestra join Cole for the vocal duet "Nat Meets June." The last selection, "The Greatest Inventor," 
in all likelihood comes from a guest appearance by Cole on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1950.
Nat King Cole at Jazz At The Philharmonic.
Blues, parts I - III - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 4, 1944 - Disc Album 504.   July 2, 1944. Play
J.J. Johnson, trombone. Illinois Jacquet, Jack McVea, tenor saxes. Les Paul, guitar. Nat King "Shorty Nadine" Cole, piano. 
Johnny Miller, bass. Lee Young, drums. (Incl. Lester Leaps In)
Lester Leaps In, pts I - III-Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 4, 1944-Disc Album 504.  July 2, 1944. Play -
Body and Soul-Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 5, 1944-Mercury/Clef 35006.  July 2, 1944.  Play
J.J. Johnson, trombone. Illinois Jacquet, Jack McVea, tenor saxes. Les Paul, guitar.Nat King "Shorty Nadine" Cole, piano.
Johnny Miller, bass. Lee Young, drums.
Rosetta - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 5, 1944 - Mercury/Clef 35006.  July 2, 1944.  Play-
Shorty Sherock, trumpet. Illinois Jacquet, Jack McVea, tenor saxes. Les Paul, guitar.Nat King "Shorty Nadine" Cole, piano.
Johnny Miller, bass. Lee Young, drums. (Incl. Bugle Call Rag)
Bugle Call Rag - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 5, 1944 - Mercury/Clef 35006, July 2, 1944.   Play-
With Lionel Hampton. 1940.  Play-Play- BBC 1963. An Evening With Nat King Cole.  Play -
Nat King Cole - Embraceable you (full album).  Play -100 videos.  Play-Enjoy. Hans Bebop.
03/15: Great Basie Eight (Basie alumni) Stadthalle, Leonberg (Germany), 1988, April 21.  Play-Clark Terry (tr) flugelhorn, vocals, announcements).
Urbie Green (trombone), Buddy Tate (clarinet, tenor), Billy Mitchell (alto & tenor), Nat Pierce (piano), John Basile (guitar), Red Mitchell (bass), Butch Miles (drums).
03/14: Quincy Delight Jones, Jr. (born March 14, 1933) is an American record producer, conductor, arranger, composer,
television producer, and trumpeter.   Wikipedia=   Video Mixed. Play = His first recording. Age 23. -
03/14: The Brussel Jazz Orchestra. Live. Play-
03/04: Jazz At The Philharmonic All Stars. Hamburg 1956-02-29. "Planten und Blomen/ Festhalle", Hamburg.
Unkwown on this date. Tapet from radio. Good FM sound.  Play -141min.
Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge (tp), Flip Philips, Illinois Jacquet (ts), Oscar Peterson (p), Herb Ellis (g), Ray Brown (b), Gene Krupa (dr).
Follow. Oscar Peterson (p), Herb Ellis (g), Ray Brown (b), Gene Krupa (dr).
Follow. Ella Fitzgerald (voc), Don Abney (p), Herb Ellis (g), Ray Brown (b), Gene Krupa (dr) On end the JATP Allstars.
03/01: Glenn Miller Birthday. Alton Glenn Miller (March 1, 1904 -missing in action-. December 15, 1944).  Juke Box 100 songs. 1-2

02/27: Dexter Gordon (February 27, 1923 – April 25, 1990. Wikipedia - Website -
02/27: Dexter Gordon. 1964. Restaurant "De Poort Wal" in the city of Amersfoort The Netherlands. Play - Play - Play - Play -
02/27: Dexter Gordon at the 1979 North Sea Jazz Festival. Play -<Audio.
Plus the tenor battle on video. Play -Flying Home.  More Dexter Gordon from the Tenor Battle. Play- Play -The final Part.Play -
01/19: Duke Ellington. Part 11. 1932-1939. Play-Part 12. 1934-1936. Play -The Private Collection '50-'60. Part 1 -10. Click-
01/16: 74th anniversary Benny Goodman's 1938 famous Carnegie Hall Concert.  Click-
 

--<<Jam Session 2.   The 5 Studio Sessions.
01/11: The Norman Granz Jazz At The Philharmonic Studio Sessions. With Playlist. Play-

01/01:Milton "Bags" Jackson (January 1, 1923 – October 9, 1999) was an American jazz vibraphonist, usually thought of as a bebop player.
1945: Milt Jackson, Vibes.  Play -Dizzy Gillespie, Trumpet.  Charlie Parker, Alto sax Al Haig, Piano. Ray Brown,  Bass Stan Levey, Drums.
1953: (01/05).Ben Webster with the Modern Jazz Quartet.Play -Birdland New York, NY 1953, February 21, 1953 (1-5); February 28. (6-8).
Ben Webster, tenorsax sax, Milt Jackson, vibes.John Lewis, piano Percy Heath, bass Kenny Clarke, drums.   Tip !
1955: (01/05) The Modern jazz Quartet. The full 1955  LP Django.  Play -
1956: (01/05) Sonny Rollins with the Modern Jazz Quartet. The full 1956 LP. Play - Wikipedia-
1982 en 1987. Milt Jackson and the Modern Jazz Quartet at the Dutch North Sea Jazz Festival.-Play--Wikipedia- 69 videos. Play -
1986:(01/05)ilt Milt Jackson "All Stars Quertet" + Jonnhy.Griffin, sax .  Play - Acireale J.F. 2086,July 19. Private audience recording.
Johnny Griffin, *: ts. Milt Jackson, vibes. Cedar Walton, piano. Ray Brown, bass. Mickey Roker, drums.
1988: The Modern Jazz Quartet.  Play-Hamburg Germany. Milt Jackson (vib), John Lewis (p), Percy Heath (b), Connie Kay (dr).
1999: (01/04)MMilt Jackson Quartet feat. Bobby Hutcherson, Vibes, Konzertscheune Salzau (Germany) 1999, June 13.  Play-
Milt Jackson (vibes,announcements), Mike LeDonne (p), Pierre Boussaguet (b), Mickey Roker (dr); Guest: Bobby Hutcherson (vibes) on tracks 06, 07, 08 and 9)
2011: (01/05:Paul Motian Modern Jazz Quartet Tribute Band. PlayVVillage Vanguard, New York, NY.  2011, May 19. First Set.
Paul Motian, drums. Steve Nelson, vibraphone. Craig Taborn, piano. Thomas Morgan, bass. 
12/28: Earl Hines Birthday..Play-Earl Kenneth Hines, universally known as Earl "Fatha" Hines (Dec. 28, 1903-April 22, 1983), was an American jazz pianist. 
Earl Hines Live. At Liederhalle in Stuttgart, October 30, 1957.Play -Earl Hines. Live at Bremen/Germany, 1957-10-25.   Play-
Max Kaminski -tp. Jack Teagarden -tb,vo. Peanuts Hucko -cl. Earl Hines -p. Jack Lesberg -b. Cozy Cole -d.
12/27: The 2012. Glenn Miller Orchestra Today live op MAX TV.  Play-
12/25:Birthday of Cab Calloway.  100 videos-Cabell "Cab" Calloway III (December 25, 1907-November 18, 1994) was an American jazz singer and bandleader.

--------Photo/Autograph from the late Bengt H Malmqvist, Sweden. See his LP design. Click-
12/23: Chesney Henry "Chet" Baker, Jr. (December 23, 1929 – May 13, 1988. WikipediaWWith Plaque at the Hotel Prins Hendrik, in Amsterdam
The Jazznight. First Chet Baker sings. Play - The Jazz Night of Chet Baker. 8 Albums, 7 hours music.  Play-
Jazz Night. During 7 hours. 1. Chet Baker sings. Play-
1952: Harry Babasin All-Stars Trade Winds Club, Inglewood CA Private recording(Tape) June 16, 1952  Play
At Home Kansas City KS. 1940-05.: Charlie Parker, Alto, Sonny Criss, Alto. Chet Baker, Tr. Al Haig.Russ Freeman, p.Harry Babasin, b, Lawrence Marable, dr.
1953: Charlie Parker&Chet Baker.  University Of Oregon, Eugene, OR. 1953, November 15.  Play-
Charlie Parker, Alto sax.  Chet Baker, Trumpet.  Jimmy Rowles, Piano. Carson Smith, Bass. Shelly Manne, Drums. 
1955: 12/25.Chet Baker plays standarts. At the Pathé-Magellan studio. Paris. 1955, October 24. Play 0
Chet Baker, trumpet. Gérard Gustin, piano. Jimmy Bond, bass. Bert Dahlander-drums .
1965: Chet Baker Quintet: 1965.  Play- (On Prestige)
1970: ?+? 12/26. Chet. FilmPlay
1975: Chet Baker Quartet. Nice, France. Play- 1975, June 24. Chet Baker (tp, voc), Lou MacConnell (ts, fl), Dennis Luxion (p), Jean Louis Rassinfosse (b)
1975: Chet Baker Quintet. Jazz Festival Laren. Live, The Netherlands. 1975, August 7.-Play-Guest. Jacques Pelzer, alto (4) flute (5) soprano (6) sax.
Chet Baker, trumpet, vocals. Bob Mover, alto sax. Harold Danko, piano. Dave Shapiro, bass. Beaver Harris, drums.
1979: 12/25. Chet Baker Live in Norway. Film. Part 1, 2 and 3.  Play-
Chet Baker, Trumpet. Michel Graillier,  Piano. Jean Luis Reassenfosse, Bass. Wolfgang Lackerschmid, Vibraphone
1985: Chet Baker Live.  Philip Catherine, guitar.J ean.Louis Rassenfosse, bass..Play-1985, February 15. 
1985: Chat Baker at Candy.  Play -Film   Michel Graillier and Red Mitchell on piano, Jean-Louis Rassinfosse, bass.Also includes an interview with Baker.
1986: Chet Baker.  Live At Ronnie Scott's  FilmPlay-
1987: 12/25:Chet's last interveuw. Play-Film. Chet Baker played in the bar 'De Kroeg', Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on new year's eve. 
The Dutch television channel VPRO interviewed him, and it turned out to be his last filmed. 
1988: Chet Baker Quartet.  Theaterhaus, Stuttgart, Germany. 1988, April 1.  Film Play -
Chet Baker, trumpet, vocals, (piano on track 7).Nicola Stilo, guitar, piano. Walter Schmuckler, bass. Vincent Seno, drums.
2008: 12/25.Chet's Mood. A Tribute.  2008, June 19. Pescara Jazz Festival, Italy 23.13 - 01.12Hour.  Play- -
Enrico Rava, Trumpet. Philip Catherine, Piano. Aldo Romano, Drums. Riccardo Del Fra, Acoustic Bass
let's get lost Chet Baker documentary .    Play= 120min.
100 Videos. Play -
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Rita Reys: Europe's first Lady of Jazz.  Wikipedia-Tribute for Rita.
Rita Reys (born Maria Everdina Reijs 21 December 1924 in Rotterdam-2013, April 28) was a jazz singer from the Netherlands.
Rita Reys, since 1960 officially 'Europe’s first lady of jazz', has been a professional performer for more than six decades.

2013, April 28.  Play- Hier staat nieuw van de laatste dagen. De Pers  < Zijn interessante bij met interviews.
Huwelijk Rita en Pim in 1960. Play -Rita at North Sea Jazz - NSJ 2013 -< Rita's laatste optreden.
Met het Metropole orkest. 2007.  Play-Radio Rijnmond Live. Play -
TV 2013, July 28.  Carré 2007. 43 min. Play- 85 videos. Play -
1946-1951.  Rita Reys and Mat Mathews, Accordion. 4 tracks. Go to min. 17.  Play-
1953: Rita Reys & Lasse Gullin, Deed I Do. Sweden 1953   Play-
Rita Reys, vocal. Lasse Gullin, baritonsax, Gunnar Svensson, piano, Simon Brehm, bass, Wessel Ilcken, drums.
Recorded in Stockholm, Sweden. 1953, March 2.. (The late Wessel Ilcken was Rita's first Husband).Play-
1956: With Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers. First recording on Philips Minigrove. Pressed 400 LPs.Play-(
Rita Reys, Hank Mobley (ts), Donald Byrd (t),  Horace Silver (p),  Doug Watkins (b), Art Blakey (d).USA 1956, May 3.
1965: 12/23. Rita meets Oliver Nelson. Play-Do you have a problem, click left on mediaplayer.
1975: Rita Reys Holland Festival 1975 Part 1.  Play- Part 2. Play-
1990: Rita Reys and The Pim Jacobs Trio.-Play- Rita Reys youtube channel -VVideos. Play Continue (Alles achter elkaar afspelen)
1996: Radio.72th Anniversary Concert. Guest, Tenorsaxophonist Tony Lakatos. 58 min.Play-
2007: Rita Reys Concert: TV. The Royal Theatre Carré, Amsterdam. January 19  Play- Photo Carré
2010: Dec 17.Dutch TV: Play-Interview, Edwin Rutten sings, interview, 2 x Rita Reys with Band.
2011:Rita Reys and The Peter Beets Trio. Crooswijk. Play
2012: Interview. Dutch.  Play---Part 2. Music.   Play-
Video Mixed 39. Play-
12/22: Biographical Information with bio's and photos of the 1960 LP. Rita Reys and the Pim Jacobs Trio. 9 art, bio's + 4 photos. Click -

2/19: Lionel Hampton. Rare Italian TV Show, 1961. Part 1-2 -Lionel Hampton & Milt Buckner: Prague 1977.41 min. Play - 1928. Play -
Lionel Hampton (Age 85) and the Golden Man of Jazz. Germany 1993.Play-Play(Under this video see Members)-Play -Hey-Ba-Ba-Rebop.Play -

12/15: The Bryan Ferry Orchestra. The Jazz Age. Old Jazz.  Play-<Full LP's> Miles Davis/John Coltrane at JATP. Ann. Norman Granz.  Play-
12/15: The Music of  Count Basie.  Click
12/15: Birthday of Stan Kenton. Stanley Newcomb "Stan" Kenton" (December 15, 1911 – August 25, 1979. Click
12/12: Birthday of  Francis Albert "Frank" Sinatra".  (December 12, 1915 - May 14, 1998) was an American singer and film actor. Click
1: With Tommy Dorsey. 2: Rarest Capitol Sessions. The Mistakes. 3: At Monaco.-Wikipedia

12/14: Dear Clark. Congratulations with your birthday on 2013, December 14. Bless You and Gwen. Hans Bebop.
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Happy Birthday Clark Terry. Blog incl. video. Click -
Clark Terry's Birthday Music.(Saint Louis (Missouri), 14 december 1920). Dutch Radio. Play-
Clark Terry/Oscar Peterson Jam. Play-Jam  2.  Play- -
Pim Jacobs, piano. Ruud Jacobs, bass. Han Bennink, drums. Clark Terry, trumpet, Wes Montgomery, electric guitar.1965 Audio.Play -
Vara studio, Hilversum The Netherlands. 1965, April. Dutch Pianist Pim Jacobs Trio.
Clark Terry: With Basist Red Mitchell. First 3 tracks. To follow with Others.  1965.  Play-
Dutch Radio: Clark Terry and Bob Brookmeyer. 1964 -1966 Part !. PlayPPart 2:- Play
Clark Terry and Bop Brookmeyer. BBC 1965 Film 33 min. Play
The Trumpet Kings. Live in Stuttgart-Germany, 1975, Oct 9.   Play-
Clark Terry,  Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge. Trumpet.  Oscar Peterson, piano. Ray Brown, bass, Louis Bellson, drums.
Rebroadcast:The Clark Terry Big Band. With Cris Woods and Brandon Marsalis. Laren, The Netherlands. 1981 April 2
Oscar Peterson Jam * Montreux, Switzerland.  Broadcast date 1978, July 1. 1978. Play-30 min. missing. Oscar Peterson, piano. 
Dizzy Gillespie/Clark Terry/Harry "Sweets" Edison, trumpet. Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, tenor sax; Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen, bass. Bobby Durham, drums.
NPR Radio. Clark Terryand Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz. 1986.  Play-
ClarkTerry & Red Mitchell.  PlayZDF (German TV) Jazz Club 1987.
Great Basie Eight (Basie alumni) Stadthalle, Leonberg (Germany), 1988, April 21. Play-Clark Terry (tr) flugelhorn, vocals, announcements).
Urbie Green (trombone), Buddy Tate (clarinet, tenor), Billy Mitchell (alto & tenor), Nat Pierce (piano), John Basile (guitar), Red Mitchell (bass), Butch Miles (drums)
Clark Terry and Lionel Hampton.,  For the last time in Holland on Europe Tour.VIDEO. North Sea Jazz Fest. 1994. May. The Golden Man of Jazz. Play
Lionel Hampton (Age 85) and the Golden Man of Jazz. Germany 1993.Play-Play((Under this video line up)-PlayHHey-Ba-Ba-Rebop. Play-
Lionel Hampton and his golden men of jazz: Jazz a Vienne part 1.  Play-Part 2. Play-
Clark Terry and the Trumpet Masters. 1997. Bern. Film 59 min.  Play -
Clark Terry Quintet.Jazzwoche Burghausen 2000. Film 44 min.   Play
Clark Terry Quintet. 2002. Film. 75 min.  Play -

VIDEO: Clark Terry.Lessons: Play- Flugelhorn Jazz:Play-
Clark Terry's Website with 13 videos. Click and Click on Videos. Click
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12/05:
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Dave Brubeck in Sweden 1958 with his wife Iola and two of his sons, Darius and Mike.
Click for other photo >Photo. Aurograph and Ticket Sweden, 1958, March 1.  From my Swedish Friend  Carl-Gustaf SwedenPClick for the full Ticket.  Click
Dave Brubeck. Jazz pianist Dave Brubeck dead at age 91.  (Californië), 6 december 1920 - 5 december 2012) Wikipedia
Newspapers-Take Five -(Belgium). North Sea Jazz 1979. Impression.   Play--2004. Impression. Play -
Dave Brubeck Quartet. Film  Belgium 1964. 33 min.  Play-  Jazz Casual. 1961. 50min. Play-Film Germany 1966. 33min. Play.
Dave Brubeck Quartet.Private Party Carmel, CA, USA.1955, June 26. Pay -Paul Desmond, sax. Bob Bates, b. Joe Dodge, Dr.
Dave Brubeck Trio and Guests: Live at Rock Rimmon Jazz Festival in New Hampshire, 1963, July 12.  Play-
Bobby Hackett, cornet. Benny Goodman, clarinet. Dave Brubeck, piano. Gene Wright, bass. Joe Morello, drums.
Dave Brubeck Quartet. Record Date 1959-04. Unknown Place, Portland, OR. Request for a Dutch Friend.Play-Sound B+ Bass down.
Dave Brubeck, piano. Paul Desmond, altosax. Gene Wright, bass. Joe Morello drums. Incl: Take The A Train 15.23. Follow When The Saints.7.09. Total Time. 01.09.
Dave Brubeck Trio. Live at Wiener Konzerthaus in Wien, Austria, 1967, Nov.12. Play =Dave Brubeck p, Eugene Wright b, Joe Morello dr. 
Dave Brubeck: 1953 to 2010. Happy 90th Birthday!-Play-Include unreleased. Total Time. 5.22 hour.
Dave Brubeck.  Newport Jazz Festival Newport, RI. 2009, september 8.  Play-Michael Moore, b. Bobby Militello, sax/flute Randy Jones, dr.
The Wynton Marsalis Quintet with special guest Dave Brubeck. Live at The Newport Jazz Festival. 2010, August 8.  Play =
Wynton Marsalis, trumpet. Dan Nimmer, piano. Carlos Henriquez, bass Ali Jackson, drums. Walter Blanding, tenor and soprano saxophones, Dave Brubeck, piano. 
12/07: Paul Desmond. The Full LP Take Ten. (1963) Play-Paul Desmond, alt. Jim Hall, guitar. Gene Cherico, bass. Connie Kay, drums.
12/08: Dave Brubeck Quartet. Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England 1958..Play-Paul Desmond, Alt. Eugene Wright, Bass.Joe Morello, Dr. 
12/09: Paul Desmond &  Charlie Parker.  Interveuw.  Play -,
More to Follow.

12/05: Caro Emmerald.Live at the North Sea Jazz Festival.  Play- Website-
12/02: Baileo Big Band. Joke Bruijs1 x+5x Laura Fygi  PlayJoke Bruijs & Friends. Societeit Engels 2012,  May 27. Part1.Play-Part2..Play
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11/30: The Deeldeliers. Jules Deelder & Bas van Lier. In DWDD 9 min.-Play-Impression from the studio to make a LP. Play-The LP.  Play-
11/30: The best of the Dutch jazz archives. 1. Play- 2. Play-  Most of the sixties.
1: Thelonious Monk. Mark Murphy. Wes Montgomery/Pim Jacobs Trio. Ann Burton/Louis van Dijk Trio/Wim Overgauw. John Coltrane. Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland.
2: Oscar Peterson/Clark Terry. Sonny Rollins. Ella Fitzgerald/Oscar Peterson. Toots Thielemans/Skymasters. Horace Silver. Piet Noordijk/Pim Jacobs.
11/26: Billy Strayhorn Birthday. The Composer of Take The A Train.  Intro- Play1961. Billy with The Paris String Quartet.-Play-10 videos -
(Dayton, Ohio, 29 november 1915 – New York, 31 mei 1967).

=Rotterdam, 1939. November 26.
11/26: Birthday  Dutch Singer Greetje Kauffeld. For Christmas..Play-Play Play- Play-Shiny Stockings. Play--Route 66. Play-Play-
Doc. 2002. 32min.  Play-  51 videos.  Play-Eurovisie Song Festival 1961.  Play-
11/26: Dutch Radio. Diana Krall. LIve at the Olympia, Paris. 2001.  PlayTTip!

11/25: Paul Desmond Birthday (Born Paul Emil Breitenfeld; November 25, 1924-May 30, 1977). 1975. Play-Manchester, Eng. 1958. Play-White House. 1964.Play

11/24: Birthday of Scot Joplin. Scott Joplin (24 november 1868-1 april 1917).  64 Videos.  Play-
11/22-26:Teddy Wilson. 100-hour Centennial Broadcast is finished. More Teddy Wilson. Click
11/21: Coleman Hawkins Birthday Broadcast Is finished.More Hawkins. Incl. Jazz AT The Philharmonic.Click
11/18: Tito Puente and his Orchestra. Featuring Celia Cruz.Live at te The Netherlands, 1980, November 7. Play-
11/17: Peanuts Hucko & Trummy Young Sextet. Tribute to Louis Armstrong. Live at the The Netherlands. 1982, March 25. Play-
Peanuts Hucko (cl), Trummy Young (tb), Jimmy Maxwell (tp), Dick Cary (p), Jack Lesberg (b), Danny D'Imperio (d)
11/17: Dizzy Gillespie Quintet. Live at the The Netherlands. 1981, October 22.   Play -
Dizzy Gillespie (tp), Paquito di Rivera (as), Ed Cherry (g), Michael Howell (b), Ignacio Berroa (d) 
11/14: Michel Petrucciani, piano. Concert,  Laren, The Netherlands. 1986, Nov. 20. Play - Take the A Train Boogie. Video.   Play --
Michel Petrucciani (28 December 1962, Orange, Vaucluse, France – 6 January 1999, New York City, USA) was a French jazz pianist.
11/13: Birthday of Bennie Moten:  The father of the Kansas City sound. First Record, 1923, Play -1929. Play -Moten Swing with Count Basie. + 27.Videos-
Bennie Moten (Nov.13,1894 - April 2,1935) was a noted American jazz pianist and band leader born in Kansas City, Missouri.
The Last of the Kansas City Blue Devils, A great documentary.Count Basie, Joe Turner and his Friends. Video, during 90min. Part 1: Play-
Click on the end of a  part on the player or right in the list for part 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.
11/11:Sonny Rollins. -A tenor saxophone legend for over half a century, Sonny Rollins will headline this year's London Jazz Festival.
Geoffrey Smith selects some gems from a great career, including his partnerships with Miles Davis and Thelonious Monk. Dutch radio. More Rollins. Click-
11/10: Request. Milt Jackson&Ray Brown Quartet. "Fabrik", Hamburg (Germany), October 18, 1984. Play-Surprise1953. MJQ/Webster.
Milt Jackson (vib), Cedar Walton (p), Ray Brown (b), Mickey Roker (dr).  (Recorded at the festival. New Jazz Festival Hamburg) (Reguest for Lodewijk. B.)
11/10: New Photo Lionel Hampton. Plus Music. See 11/06. Click
11/09: Birthday the late Wally Gator Watson. Drummer of the lionel Hampton Band.  At the Lionel Hampton Festival. Play =More and photos
Lionel Hampton 1990 with Wally. Sing Sing Sing. Play  -Airmail Special.  Play-Mack the Knife  Play-Flying Home. Play-A Wonderful World..Play-
11/07: Lionel Hampton at Germany or North Sea Jazz 1983.Wait 2-4 min. and go to 03.32 and enjoy. Total Time 1.44 hour. Incl. the great hits. Play-
11/06: Yesterday I found unopened post from the late Bill Bergacs, Hamp's Band Manager with 20 great Hamp photos. Click -
11/06: Lionel Hampton interviews.  Click-

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Teddy Wilson. 100-hour Centennial Broadcast for Teddy Wilson is finished.
Theodore Shaw "Teddy" Wilson (November 24, 1912 – July 31, 1986)[1] was an American jazz pianist. Described by critic Scott Yanow[2] as "the definitive swing pianist", Wilson's sophisticated and elegant style.
The Quartet at The Carnegie Hall 1938.  Stompin At The Savoy. Play-Dizzy Spells:  Play -Avalon.  Play-China Boy.Play -
Teddy Wilson Trio.PlayTThe Quartet. Teddy Wilson, Benny Goodman, Lionel Hampton, Gene Krupa. Video. Play- Play- -
Teddy Wilson. 43 Videos. Play-Teddy Wilson 24 videos. Incl. Teddy Wilson and the  Dutch Swing College Band. Play-

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Coleman Hawkins in Sweden at Jazz At The Philharmonic 1953.  Wikipedia =
Coleman Randolph Hawkins, nicknamed Hawk and sometimes "Bean" (November 21, 1904 – May 19, 1969), was an American jazz tenor saxophonist.
He was one of the first prominent jazz musicians on his instrument.
Hawkins 1958 Video. Play- Jam 1958. Prez Tenorsax. Follow Hawkins. Video.  Play

Buck Clayton: Jam Session 1955 ~ Rock-A-Bye Basie. Play- Hawk on min. 4.30.
Buck Clayton.  All The Cat's Join In. 1956.  Play -  Vibes, Victor Feldman.
Coleman Hawkins and All Stars. Deutsches Museum München (Münich), Germany. 1950-01-19.  Play-
Nat Peck -tb.  Hubert Fol -as.  James Moody, Coleman Hawkins -ts.  Jean-Pierre Mengeon -p.  Pierre Michelot -b.  Kenny Clarke -d 
Hawk at Teatro Municipale, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, 16th July 1961.  Play -(Unreleased)
Coleman Hawkins: Tenor-Saxophone(out on 02 and 04).  Roy Eldridge: Trumpet (out on 04). Tommy Flanagan: Piano.  Ahmed Abdul Malik: Bass Jo Jones: Drums.
Coleman Hawkins in Belgium. 1962.  Click and Play -
Hawk on Tenorsax,  Georges Arvanitas on piano, Mickey Baker on guitar, Jimmy Woode on bass and Kansas Fields on drums.
Dutch Radio: Coleman Hawkins at Jazz At The Philharmonic 1957  (30 min) and 30 min. Newport Jazz Festival. Play -m
Dutch Radio. Coleman Hawkins Quartet in London House, Chicago 1963.  Play -
Coleman Hawkins.  100 Videos.  Play -
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06: J.A.T.P. Blues, parts I - IV - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 6, 1946 - Clef Album Vol. 6. April 22, 1946. Other, is OK.  Play -
Buck Clayton, trumpet. Charlie Parker,Willie Smith, alto saxes, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, tenor saxes,
Irving Ashby, guitar. Kenny Kersey, piano. Billy Hadnott, bass. Buddy Rich - drums.
Slow Drag, parts I & II - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 6, 1946 - Clef Album Vol. 6. May 27, 1946. OUT.
Buck Clayton, trumpet. Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, tenor saxes. Kenny Kersey, piano, Curley Russell, bass, J.C. Heard, drums.

14:  I Got Rhythm - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 14, 1946 - Mercury MG Vol. 14. April 22, 1946.  Is Out.
Buck Clayton, trumpet. Charlie Parker, Willie Smith, alto saxes. Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, tenor saxes,  Irving Ashby, guitar.
Kenny Kersey, piano. Billy Hadnott, bass. Buddy Rich, drums. (Incl. I Surrender, Dear)
I Surrender, Dear - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 14, 1946 - Mercury MG Vol. 14.  April 22, 1946. Is Out.

.....--Plip Phillips.   Wikipedia
10/31: Birthday Jean-Baptiste Illinois Jacquet (October 31, 1922 - July 22, 2004) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist,
best remembered for his solo on "Flying Home" with Lionel Hampton, critically recognized as the first R&B saxsolo in 1942. 
2013:
11/02: Flying Home 1947. Play -JATP.  Perdido. (Jacquet saxsolo 2)  Play9>1947. Sept. 27. < Mordido Part 1.  Play - Solo 1.
Howard McGhee, trumpet. Bill Harris,  trombone. Flip Phillips and Illinois Jacquet. tenor saxes. Hank Jones, piano,Ray Brown, bass. Jo Jones, drums.
2012:
Flying Home 1.Play.Flying Home 2. Play-Lionel Hampton, (vibes).  Illinois Jacquet (ts). On Flying Home  2. Arnette Cob, Tenorsax. 1944.
Karl George, Ernest Royal, Joe Newman (tp), Fred Beckett, Sonny Craven, Harry Sloan (tb), Marshall Royal (cl, as), Ray Perry (as, vn), Dexter Gordon,
Jack McVea (bar), Milton Buckner (p), Irving Ashby (g), Wendell Marshall (sb), George Jenkins (dm). 
And remembered for his solo's at Norman Granz'Jazz At The Philharmonic.
Illinois Jacquet "Texas Tenor". Part 1,  Play-=Part 2. Play-
Mid Fifties. Flying Home. Lionel Hampton Big Band with Illinois Jacquet, Play-
JATP All Stars. Hamburg 1956-02-29. "Planten und Blomen/ Festhalle", Hamburg. Unkwown on this date.Tapet from radio. Good sound. FM.
Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge (tp), Flip Philips, Illinois Jacquet (ts), Follow. Oscar Peterson (p), Herb Ellis (g), Ray Brown (b), Gene Krupa (dr)
Follow Ella Fitzgerald (voc), Don Abney (p), Herb Ellis (g), Ray Brown (b), Gene Krupa (dr) On end the JATP Allstars. (Nov 4)  Playlist. Play
Lionel Hampton at the Philharmonic Hall (New York, NY) 1972, July 5. Play-Jacquet, Kai and Cat, track 13   (Nov 2)  1 x Registering,  is free.
Special Guests. Illinois Jacquet. Teddy Wilson, piano. Gene Krupa, drums. Kai Winding, trombone. Cat Anderson. trumpet. From track 8.
Tenor Battle North Sea Jazz Festival, 1978. Sound B-  Play -
Illinois Jacquet, Stan Getz, Archie Shepp, David Murray, Eddie Lockjaw Davis, David Newman, Tenorsaxen. Hank Jones,p. Wilbur Little,b. Max Roach,dr.
Tenor Battle North Sea Jazz Festival, 1979.  TIP !  Flying Home. Good Sound.  Play-- The Final. Play -
Illinois Jacquet, Dexter Gordon, Arnett Cobb, Buddy Tate and Budd Johnson, tenorsax.  Hank Jones Piano,  Gene Ramey Bass,  Gus Johnson Drums.  Enjoy it.
Illinois JacquetAt Bombay Jazz Festival.  1994-03-27.  Play -
Videos. 77x.  Play -(Nov 2)
NPR Radio. Remembrances. Jacquet speak,  Play-(Nov 2)   NPR Radio. DOC. 53 min.  Play-(Nov 2)
Flying Home with Lionel Hampton 1942 was his first recording. Age 17. See in the top.  Bio-
On July 16, 2004, at the Lincoln's center fountain plaza, Illinios Jacquet, a.k.a. the Tenor Sax from Texas, closed his final 17 years in a row: Midnight Summer Swing Series of popular SWING-ERA DANCE MUSIC. It was his last performance. 
He died a week later on July 22, 2004. He was 81. Private recording.   PlayPlay< sombre:Illinois' Grafe - At Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx, 
New York.1956. Swing's the Thing.
More Follow. 

10/29: Birthday Pim Jacobs, piano. Ruud Jacobs, bass. Han Bennink, drums. Wes Montgomery, electric guitar. 29 min. Great Video.Play.
Willem Bernard (Pim) Jacobs (Hilversum The Netherlands, 29 oktober 1934 - Tienhoven, 3 juli 1996) The Video is from april 1965.
10/29: Benny Colson  Part 1.Play -Follow >   Part. 2 and Part 3. Benny Colson & Art Farmer Jazztet.
10/28: Pianist Earl 'Fatha' Hines.  Play left-More Earl Hines. Lionel Hampton and Friends.  Play- Earl HInes 1979. Play-Play-Live 1937. Play
10/26: TheJohhny Otis show with 3 x the great Lionel Hampton. 29 min. 1950. Live Video.  Play -
10/25: Lionel Hampton First Recordings. 1 Video 1928 and 13 songs 1929-1930. Foto Video. Hamp the drummer, vocals, 1x piano. Click -

10/24: Rein de Graaff Birthday (New.10/31) (Groningen The Netherlands, 24 oktober 1942)
1979. Rein de Graaff, piano + Trumpettist Conte Candoli and tenorist Bob Cooper.  Play-Videos. Play-
Rein de Graaff- p, Benny Golson- ts, Turk Mauro- ts, John Gilmore- ts, Cecilia Wennerström- ts, Red Holloway- ts,as, Leroy Vinnegar- b
Al Tootie Heath- dr, Mel Lewis- dr* replaces Albert Heath.  1982-07-18. North Sea Jazz Festival.   Play-
Rein de Graaf- p. Henk Haverhoek, b,  Dexter Gordon, ts. Sonny Stitt, as, ts. Philly Joe Jones, dr. De Doelen Rotterdam. 1976, june 20.  Play-
10/22: Don Byas (Sax) Centennial. Carlos Wesley "Don" Byas (Oct.21, 1912-August 24, 1972).48 hours Broadcast. Is Out.-
10/22: More Don Byas. Perdido. Play-I Got Rhythm.  Play- There'll Never Be Another You.  Play-24 videos.  Play=
10/21: Dizzy Gillespie Birthday. (John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie. October 21, 1917 – January 6, 1993)  Wikipedia- Dizzy's Music. Play i
10/20: Diana Krall. The LP Glad Reg Doll. Play

10/18: Birthday Anita O'Day.  (October 18, 1919 – November 23, 2006).New Port Jazz 1958-100 videos-Dutch Radio.Play=Wikipedia-
Photo. Click - Autograph in Sweden.  Click
10/18: Ella Fitzgerald in The Netherlands: Amsterdam 1961 & Tilburg 1971. Play-Ella and The Count. 1959. Video.  Play-100 videos. Click=
10/17: Tribute to John Dankworth with Michael Bourne. Montreux Jazz Festival 2010, Oct. 21.  Play-
10/17: Part 5: The Blue Note Records Story. 60 years Blue Note, 1999. Part 5.   Play -(Dutch and English)
Part 4. Play--(Part 3 .Play- Part 2. Play -Part 1. The Early Years.  Play
10/13: Lee Konitz Birthday. (born October 13, 1927) North Sea Jazz 2011. The Dutch Metropole Orch. Guest Lee Konitz.Play-1957. Play-
Lee Konitz Trio. Michel Benita:Bass.  Aldo Romano:Drums. 1999, Oct. 22. Montparnasse, Paris, France.  Play -
Dizzy Gillespie&Lee Konitz- Jam. Grande Parade du Jazz 1978. Nice.+ Kai Winding,tb. John Lewis,p. Rodney Jones,b. Alby Cullaz,g. Alan Dawson,dr.Playsound.A-
10/13: Pianist Art Tatum Birthday. (Toledo, Ohio, 13 okt.1909–Los Angeles, California, 5 nov. 1956). Doc, 28 min. Play-100 videos. Play-
10/11: Art Blakey and the Jazzmessengers. Live Tros Sesjun 1979. Vucht,  The Netherlands. (11 okt.1919-New York City, 16 okt. 1990)  Play-
10/10:Thelonious Monk (b. Oct. 10, 1917; d. February 17, 1982) Broadcast during 24h. is out. More Monk: Monk -Incl. Art Blakey.
Monk in Holland, Poland, Italië, Denmark, Newport Jazz Jazz Festival The 5 spot club, Private recording, With the Duke Ellington Band and more
10/06: John Clayton, Bass. Monty Alexander, p. Jeff Hamilton, dr.Laren, The Netherlands. 1977, March 10. Rebroadcast. Go to Min. 16. Play-
(John Clayton is since 2007 The Director of The Lionel Hampton Jazz Festvial. Moscow, Idaho USA)
10/05: Earl Hines. Coleman Hawkins, Roy Eldridge 1965 Live. Part 2.  With Budd Johnson  1965 Live.   Play-
09/27: Earl Rudolph "Bud" Powell. (September 27, 1924-July 31, 1966)  Jazz pianist who was born and raised in Harlem, New York City.
Jazz At The Massey Hall. One of the greatest concerts ever. 1953, May 15. At Massey Hall in Toronto.
Charlie Parker, altosax. Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet.  Bud Powel, piano. Charles Mingus. bass. Max Roach, drums.
Part 1. Play-Part 2.  Play - Part 3.  Play-Part 4.  Play-Part 5.  Play- Part 6.  Play-Part 7.  Play-< LP,  Of play here the first 7 tracks continue. Play-
+ From the 2004 CD Part 1..Play-Part 2. Play-Part 3. Play.Part 4. Play-Part 5..Play-Part 6.Play-Part 7. Play- The Bud Powell Trio. 3 x Play-JATMHall.

Dutch Radio:Bud Powel Trio.1947 and 1958.Play-Bud Powell Trio. Birdland New York NY Oct 3, 1964. John Ore, b. J C. Moses, dr. Play(Unrelesed)=
Charlie Parker, Alto sax. Bud Powell, p. Charles Mingus, b. Arthur Taylor, dr. Candido, conga. Bob Garrity, Announcer. Birdland. 1953-05-29. Play -
Bud Powell in Europe. 1959. Club St. Germaine, Paris. Bud, p. Pierre Michelot, b. Kenny Clarke, dr. Clark Terry, tr. Barney Wilen, sax.Play -
Part 2.1962 selections. Cafe Montmartre in Copenhagen. Teenaged bassist Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen and drummer Jorn Elniff. 
09/26: Mel Powell and His All-Stars at Carnegie Hall, 1954 (Jam Session)  Lighthouse Blues.  Play-After You've Gone. Play14 and 13 min.
09/23: Birthday Frank Foster. Frank Foster (September 23, 1928 – July 26. Count Basie. Newport Jazz, 1959. PlayMMore Frank Foster. Click-
09/23: Dutch Radio. Frank Foster Combo's. Time 60min. Play-Video: QuartetPlay Play-Play
09/22: Lionel Hampton Big Band, incl Arnette Cobb, tenorsax, 1982. Live. Play--Surplus-
09/20: Birthday of  Jelly Roll Morton.  Dutch Radio. (1938)  Play-(20 september 1885–10 july 1941 Los Angeles, California). 67 videos. 1923-1940. Play-
09/19: Peter Appleyard (vib,p). Bill McGuffie, piano. Bucky Pizzarelli, g. Mousey Alexander, dr. Harold Gaylor, b. 1972.  Play -
A parody on jazz-vib-players:Red Norvo, Milt Jackson and Lionel Hampton.
09/15: Ella Fitzgerald and Ray Brown Live at the Royal Roost in NYC Nov-Dec 1948. Ella singing fab scat vocals with a small group! Play
Kai Winding (tb) Allen Eager (ts) Hank Jones(p) Ray Brown (b) Roy Haynes (dm). First two tracks.  Ella from track 3..
09/15: Miles Davis Quintet April 9, 1960 'Jazz At The Philharmonic', 'Kurhaus', Scheveningen, Holland. VARA Radio broadcast (8:15 pm).  Play -
Miles Davis, trumpet. John Coltrane, tenorsax. Wynton Kelly, piano. Paul Chambers, bass Jimmy Cobb, drums. From March 21 through April 10 the Davis Quintet 
toured Europe under the auspices of Norman Granz's "Jazz At The Philharmonic." Surprisingly few recordings from this tour have surfaced.
The itinerary was asfollows: Click-More Miles Davis Click -
09/10: Dutch Radio. The Art of the Trumpet: Roy Eldridge, Lee Morgan, Art Farmer, Dizzy Gillespie, Louis Armstrong. During 5 Hours. Play
Problem on minutes. 00.30 ? Left click below on windows. Time on the player is - 1.00 H.

08/31:Lester Young and Charlie Parker. Click- Louis Armstrong:- Click-Miles Davis. ClickDThelonious Monk.Click-Rita Reys.Click -Les Paul.-Click

Guestboo

08/21: Count Basie's Birthday
------Sweden 1962.
08/21:William "Count" Basie (August 21, 1904 – April 26, 1984. Wikipedia
1938: Count Basie Piano. Benny Goodman's Garnegie Hall Concert. Jam Session, Honeysuckle Rose (Part 1) Play-Part 2. Play-
Benny Goodman - Clarinet. Lester Young - Tenor Sax. Buck Clayton - Trumpet. Harry James - Trumpet. Cootie Williams - Trumpet.
Johnny Hodges - Alto Sax. Harry Carney - Baritone Sax. Count Basie - Piano. Freddie Green - Guitar. Walter Page - Bass. Gene Krupa - Drums.
1954: (2013. aug. 21)  Count Basie in Stockholm, Sweden.Play Full Concert. Audio. 
1959: The Count Basie Orchestra.  Newport Jazz Festival.  Newport, Rhode Island USA. 1959, July 2nd. Play-
Joe Williams, voc (4 - 11) Lambert, Hendricks & Ross, voc (12 - 18).
Count Basie, piano.Marshall Royal, Frank Foster, Billy Mitchell, Frank Wess, Charlie Fowlkes, Reeds Joe Newman, Thad Jones, Wendell Culley, Snooky Young, tp.
Al Grey, Benny Powell, Henry Coker, tb.  Freddie Green, g.  Ed Jones, b.  Sonny Payne. dr.
1962:The Count Basie Big Band in Sweden. 1962 film. Time 56min. Play -Sorry, Is out. (2013, aug. 21)
1963. For Lil from Sweden. The Count Basie Orchestra. Live at Liederhalle in Stuttgart, Germany. 1963, Sept 16 or 1963. Aug. 31.Play-
Don Rader, Sonny Cohn, Al Aarons, Fip Ricard -tp. Henry Coker, Bill Hughes, Grover Mitchell -tb, Marshall Royal -as,cl. 
Eric Dixon, Frank Wess, Frank Foster -ts,as,fl. Charlie Fowlkes-bs. Count Basie -p. Freddie Green-g. Buddy Catlett-b. Sonny Payne-d.Unreleased
1965: (2013. 08/21) Count Basie Orchestra.Play -   BBC Four. FILM. 
1972: Count Basie p, Roy Eldridge tp, Al Grey tb, Eddie Lockjaw Davis ts, Freddie Green g, Norman Keenan b, Harold Jones dr. Play=
Stuttgart Germany. 1972, April 25.
1977: Count Basie At Montreux. Count Basie, Ray Brown and Jimmie Smith. Short Film, Trio Blues. Play-
1983:Count Basie Orchestra. New York 1983, August 8.  With Elvis Costelo (Track 3 and 8)  Tony Bennet. (6, 7 and 8).  Play -
Dutch Radio. Jazz Night. First Count Basie.And More Basie. See the playlist.  Play -
The Last of the Blue Devils, A great documentary. Count Basie, Joe Turner and his Friends. Video, during 90min. Part 1: Play-
Click on the end of a  part on the player or right in the list for part 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.
Enyou ! Hans Bebop. More Follow.

08/18: For My Birthday Today. This  is For You.  Play-Play- 300m from my house.> Play-Play-Play - Special for August 18
08/15:The Cab Calloway Orchestra Broadcast interrupted for news of the Jap surrender. Is now OK! > Play-Click on impatient.
08/15:Oscar Peterson. (Montréal, 15 augustus 1925 - Toronto, 23 december 2007.  Click -More Oscar Peterson -Incl. JATP Holland.
08/12: Duke Ellington. The private Collection. Vol 7.  For the first time Vol 1 -10 mid 1990 on cd.   Click-
08/09: Duke Ellington and more. 2: The Early Chicago Jazz. The Twenties. 3: The Boogie Woogie. Jazz Classics in Stereo. All 2 parts. Click.
08/04: Birthday Louis Armstrong. --More Armstrong-
07/29: The American Folk Blues Festival: Part 1.Play- Part 2.  Part 2- Part 3.  Play-Part 4. Play-During 5 Hours.
07/27: Jazz from Minton's Playhouse 1941. Here's is born the Bebop Music.  Play-Play - Play- 23 x Charlie Christian.  Play-
Charlie Christian, Electric guitar. Joe Guy, trumpet. Kenny Kersey, piano. Kenny Clarke, drums. Don Byas, tenorsax.
Swing to Bop: 1941. Charlie Christian (guitar). Joe Guy (trumpet). Thelonious Monk (piano).Nick Fenton (bass). Kenny Clarke (drums.
07/24: The Bass Player.   Play-George 'Pops' Foster, Slam Stewart, Oscar Pettiford, Ray Brown and Charles Mingus. 
07/19: Johnny Hodges All Stars. Ellingtonia. Live At The Sportpalast, Berlin. 1961.  PabloDouble LP.  CD 1993. Play=Play> 1-2 min. > 01.59.
Johnny Hodges, altsax. , Ray Nance, cornet, violin and vocals. Lawrence Brown, trombone.Harry Carney, baritonsax. Al Williams, guest pianist.
Aaron Bell, Bass. Sam Woodyard, drums. Played standards and Ellington tunes. (Announce Norman Granz).
07/17: John William Coltrane.  (1926, September 23 - 1967.July 17. 1967).    Play-
In 1945 and 1946 He played in the Navy jazz band once he was stationed in Hawaii. He first played clarinet, then altsax and from 1947 tenorsax.
Here's a rare recording from 1946. Hawaii, Navy Musicians Jam Session, 1946, July 13.   Follow 1954 with Johnny Hodges.
1946: Dexter Culbertson, Tr., John Coltrane, Altosax. (Age 19). Norman Poulshock, Piano. Willie Stader, Bass.  Joe Theimer,dr. Benny Thomas (Vocals on 4,5,8,12)
1954, June. Los Angeles, CA. LIVE.  Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra.  Johnny Hodges, Altosax. Harold "Shorty" Baker, Tr. Lawrence Brown (Trombone) 
John Coltrane, Tenorsax. Call Cobbs, Piano. John Williams, Bass. Joe Marshall (Drums) Unknown Vocal. Coltrane 3 x solo.
07/16: Stardust: The Greatest Jazz Song Ever Recorded. 1924-2008. Incl. The Composer Hoagy Carmichael and 4 x Lionel Hampton. Click and Play-
07/13: Trombone Shorty and Special Guests Red Hot + New Orleans. Incl Dr John. Brooklyn Academy of Music. 2010, dec. 9 Play> NSJazz 2012/7/6
07/12: Miles Davis Quintet.  Play1957, Dec 8 Amsterdam Holland. Miles, tr. Barney Wilen, ts. René Urtreger, p.Pierre Michelot, b.Kenny Clarke, dr.More
07/11: Trombone Shorty: The Lakefront Arena New Orleans, Louisiana. 2008, December 10.  Play -More at North Sea Jazz. 2012. 07/06. Click-
07/10: Duke Ellington Unreleased stuff. Audio from NBC TV. 1957. Johnny Hodges, Harry Carney, Duke Ellington, Oscar Pettiford, Max Roach.Play-
After the interview. Newport Jazz Festival 1962. The Duke Ellington Big Band. Thelonious Monkpiano fore The Duke.
07/10: Duke Ellington at the Carnegie Hall. 1976. Music from the twenties. Play-More Ellington. Incl. Holland. Click
07/09: Wynton Marsalis. NSJF.1982 (Age22) -1983 -1987. Audio. 76 min.  Play-Website-((On his website . NSJF 1993 and other videos).
1982. Wynton Marsalis (tp), Branford Marsalis (ts), Kenny Kirkland (p), Phil Bowler (b), Jeff "Tain" Watts (d) 1983. Wynton Marsalis (tp), Branford Marsalis (ts),
Herbie Hancock (p), Ron Carter (b), Tony Williams (d). 1987. Wynton Marsalis (tp), Marcus Roberts (p), Bob Hurst (b), Jeff "Tain" Watts (d)
07/04: Louis Armstrong. More Louis Armstrong.  Click-
07/04: Avro's TV Jazz Archive Requests. North Sea Jazz Festival. '70-'80. 20 Videos.Click and Play -
07/03: Maynard Ferguson.  Pittsburgh, PA 1974. During 83 min.  Incl The A Train. Play=For Ron Aprea and Friends.
06/28: Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic 1955-1955, During 5 hours,  Click-
06/28:Coleman Hawkins, tenorsax (1904-1969) and Roy Eldridge, trumpet (1911-1989) At  Jazz At The Philharmonic. Click-
06/27: Billy Taylor's 1958 TV Show. 25min.  Bebop Music. Play-
Bill Evans, Tony Scott, Art Farmer, Jimmy Cleveland, Doc Severinsen, Ed Thigpen, Mundell Lowe, Eddie Safranski and George Russell (Composer).
06/26: For J.D. The Netherlands. The Big Four with Brother John Sellers. (Big Bill Broonzy Centennial Birthday).  Play-
Chicago Blues Festival. 1993, May 30. Steve Freund, guitar. Robert Covington, drums. Bob Stroger,  bass. Sam Burckhardt, sax. Taped from FM Radio.

06/20: The Charlie Parker Story. Video. 59 min. Play-Memorabilia-More Charlie Parker=
06/15: The Metronome All Stars. Dutch Radio. 1939 -1956. 120 min. Follow Billy Eckstine.Play-Wikipedia with playlist  (Print).
06/13: Louis Jordan and his music. Play-50 songs.
06/10: Auction of Charlie Parker's  Altosax.  Click -
06/09: Lester William Polsfuss (June 9, 1915 – August 12, 2009). known as Les Paul.  97the Birthday. Videos and at JATP. Click-
+ The Les Paul Trio. NYC, NY; U.S. Fat Tuesday's. 1985. October 7.  + 2004,  2007 concert. And with Marian McPartland in Piano Jazz. Added June 12.
06/09: Dutch Radio: Duke Ellington: The Private Collection .Part 5  + 1,  2, 3 and 4 and 6-10 Click-
05/30: Remember Benny Goodman. Benjamin David “Benny” Goodman (May 30, 1909-June 13, 1986) was an American jazz and swing musician, clarinetist and bandleader; widely known as the "King of Swing". www.lionelhampton.nl/bennygoodman.html-
Benny Goodman: 1937-08-10. Camel Caravan Madhattan Room NYC. Vol. 1 - 5. 1937 Manhattan Room Broadcasts Hotel Pennsylvania New York. Vol 1 - 6.
Benny with Dave Brubeck. Benny's Sextet, Septet, Jam Session and more..And the legendary 1938, january 16 Carnegie Hall Concert.
05/30:Remember Andy Tielman (Dutch Indorock)Click
05/26: MilesDewey Davis III was born on May 26, 1926 in Alton, Illinois. Happy Birthday + Bio - Miles Davis Concerts
05/18: From my old PC: Rare Lionel Hampton,  France Mezzo TV 1.10min. And more John Engels. See 05/18. > For Hampton. Click-

More. Click  For Lionel Hampton  Click -

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08/15: Oscar Emmanuel Peterson (Montréal,15 augustus 1925 - Toronto, 23 december 2007.  Wikipedia-
08/15: Oscar Peterson.  Grosser Saal der Arbeiterkammer Graz (Austria) October 16, 1974. Play-
Oscar Peterson (p) solo. Min 32. With Count Basie, piano. Freddie Green, guitar. Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen, bass. Skeets Marsh, drums.
08/15: Oscar Peterson Trio. Koncerthuset. Stockholm, Sweden. October 21, 1967.  Play-
08/15: Oscar Peterson Trio. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. April 9, 1960.   Ray Brown, bass. Ed Thigpen, drums.  Play- Ann. Norman Granz.
(Jazz At The Philharmonic Concert)
More follow.l

--2002 Dutch interview.  Click-Wikipedia -
05/13: Birthday Dutch Drummer John Engels. John Engels (Groningen, 1935, May 13). 2011 Concert. Video. Part 1. Play-Part 2. Play  Now is the Time-TV-=
05/18: John Engels with the Jacques Schols &Ruud Brink, Tenorsax Quartet.  1965-67 and the Ruud Brink/Irv Rochlin Quartet.  Play=-
05/17: North Sea Jazz Festival 1996: Bird Award. VIDEO: Cees Slinger piano, Ray Brown bass, John Engels drums. Alone Together..Play-
+ Piet Noordijk, altsax. Indian Summer.-Play- My Old Flame.-Play-+ Philip Catherine, Guitar. Just Friends.-Play -
05/16: John Engelsand Dutch-Danish Tribute To Ben Webster Amsterdam ("BIM Huis"), The Netherlands. 1983 October 1.  Play -
Jesper Thilo (ts), Ruud Brink (ts), Piet Noordijk (as), Herman Schoonderwalt (bars, ss), Cees Slinger (p), Jacques Schols (b), John Engels (d) Irv Rochlin (p)in track 8)
05/16: John Engels Boy Edgarprijs 1988.  Video.  Play
05/13: Tros Sesjun:Toon Van Vliet (Holland). Part 2: Zoot Sims. Nick Vollebrecht Jazz Café, Laren The Netherlands. 1974  March, 31.  Play-
Toon van Vliet (tracks 2-5) (ts), Zoot Sims (tracks 5, 7-10) (ts; ss in track 7), Cees Slinger (p), Peter Nieuwerf (g), Rob Langereis (b), John Engels (d).
05/13: Presentation Mies Bouwman, the Queen of 60 years Dutch TV Jubilee on 2011, Oct 21. Pianiste Pia Beck 50 years jubilee.+/- 1996.
Pia Beck with old Members of here trio, quartet, quintet and Friends.-Play-All of me. 1996. Play-Here frst hit 1950. Pia's Boogie  Play-
1958 and 1959. I played Pia's Boogie with here. Was great. Photo of me.1958. (drums). other location.  Click-Pia Beck, Dutch Jazz Legend 1925 - 2009.
Happy Birthday mid 80. Play
05/12: Muddy Waters Blues Band. North Sea Jazz Festival, The Hague, Netherlands, Saturday 1981, July 11.  Play-
Muddy Waters, - vocals, mouth harp, guitar, Luther Johnson/Robert Margolin, guitar, Calvin Jones, bass, Bob Bertgens, p. Jerry Portnoy, harp Willie Smith, drums
05/12: Tros Sesjun: Art Blakey And TheJazz Messenger.  Tamboer Theatre,  Hoogeveen, The Netherlands.1981, March 12. Play-More Sesjun
Wynton Marsalis (tp), Bobby Watson (as), Billy Pierce (ts), James Williams (p), Charles Fambrough (b), Art Blakey (d).

05/10: Dutch TV: From Holland, Pim Jacobs, piano, Ruud Jacobs, bass, Han Bennink, drums and  Wes Montgomery, Electric Guitar.  Click=
VARA Studio, Hilversum The Netherlands. 1960, April 2. Time. 72 min. Part 2: Stan Tracey, piano. Rick Laird, bass, Jackie Dougan. drums. BELGIUM. 1965, April 4,
05/05: Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic. 1956 JATP All Stars. Hamburg. and Rheinhalle Dusseldorf, Germany 1960. Incl. Line Up.  Click-
1956: Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge (tp), Flip Philips, Illinois Jacquet (ts), Oscar Peterson (p), Herb Ellis (g), Ray Brown (b), Gene Krupa (dr). Ella Fitzerald
1960: John Coltrane,ts (<<Miles Davis was sick that day) Stan Getz,ts[t4-5]. Wynton Kelly,p[t1-4] Oscar Peterson,p[t5]. Paul Chambers,b Jimmy Cobb,dr.

05/03: Remembering John Lewis. Video-Video-The Modern Jazz Quartet. North Sea Jazz.1982 & 1987, The Hague, The Netherlands,  Play-
John Aaron Lewis (LaGrange, Illinois, May 3, 1920 – New York City, March 29, 2001) was an American jazz pianist, composer and arranger best known as the musical director of the Modern Jazz Quartet.
05/03: Celebration Ella Fitzgerald. See 05/03.
05/02: Tros Sesjun: Dizzy Gillespie Quintet.  Laren (Nick Vollebregt's Jazz Café), The Netherlands 1981, October 22.  Play-
Dizzy Gillespie (tp), Paquito di Rivera (as), Ed Cherry (g), Michael Howell (b), Ignacio Berroa (d).
05/02: Duke Ellington: Play-Great live performance of Perdido. Be sure to keep an eye on Paul Gonsalvez.Duke Ellington interviews Billy Strayhorn. Play.
04/30: Rosemary Clooney: (1928-2002) With Scott Hamilton, tenorsax and Warren Vanché, Trumpet. Play-
04/30: Duke Ellington in Italië 1970. Video. 40min.Bart Egers Posted to me this video and the 1951 Paul Gonzalves.   Click
04/29: Jean-Baptiste Frédéric Isidor, Baron (Toots) Thielemans (born 29 April 1922, Brussels, Belgium. Guitar and Harmonica: . Wikipedia-
Toots Thielemans Quartet. Jazz Middelheim, Antwerpen Belgium.   2011, August 12.  Audio. More follow.  Play-
Toots Thielemans (harmonica),  Kenny Werner (piano and keyboards),  Airto Moreira (drums and percussion), Oscar Castro-Neves (guitar and vocals)
04/29: Duke Ellington .Celebration.  (April 29,1899; d. May 24, 1974). Click-
Documantary of Bassist Charles Mingus. 78min. Click and Play the video -Happy Birthday Charles Mingus. 19 videos.Play-
04/27: More Lionel Hampton.  Click -
05/03: Ela Fitzgerald at Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic.  Konserthuset, Stockholm (Sweden), 1957, April 28.  Play
Roy Eldridge (trumpet, vocal on track 04), Oscar Peterson (piano), Herb Ellis (guitar), Ray Brown (bass), Jo Jones (drums). Track 1/5.
Stuff Smith (violin), Oscar Peterson (piano), Herb Ellis (guitar), Ray Brown (bass), Jo Jones (drums) Track 6/7.
Ella Fitzgerald (vocals) accompanied by Don Abney (piano), Herb Ellis (guitar), Ray Brown (bass), Jo Jones (drums) Track 8/16.
Ella Fitzgerald (vocals) accompanied by Roy Eldridge (trumpet), Stuff Smith (violin), Oscar Peterson (piano), Herb Ellis (guitar), Ray Brown (bass), Jo Jones (drums).17.
04/25: Ella Fitzgerald(Newport News (Virginia), 25 april 1917 - Beverly Hills (Californië) , 15 juni 1996).Juke Box.-Play-91 videos-Wikipedia-
04/27: Ella Fitzgerald in The Netherlands: Amsterdam 1961 & Tilburg 1971.  Play-Amsterdam: Lou Levy (p), Herb Ellis (g), Wilfred Middlebrooks (b), 
Gus Johnson (dr). Tilburg.Tommy Flanagan (p), Frank De La Rosa (b), Ed Thigpen (dr) & the Count Basie band. Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic

04/21: Tros Sesjun: Stan Getz Quintet Hoogeveen (de Tamboer), the Netherlands. 1979, November 29. Rebroadcast.  Play-Sound B.
Stan Getz (ts), Andy Laverne (keyb), Chuck Loeb (g), Earl Sauls (b), Victor Jones (d). 01 Announcements,  02 Litha,  03 Round Midnight, 04 Big Tiny Little,
05 Kali-Au,  06 Hotcha,  07 Bitter Sweet (two parts),  08 Stan's Blues (nc).
04/21: Tros Sesjun: Phil Woods Quintet. 1996, December 31. Nick Vollebregt's Café, Laren.   Play-
Phil Woods- as, (The sax from Charlie Parker).  Tom Harrell- t, fh, Hal Galper- p,  Steve Gilmore- b,  Bill Goodwin- d More Sesjun-
01. Radio introductions 1:15,  02. Did you know 16:12,  03. Serenade in Blue 8:19,  04. Announcer radio 0:48,  05. The Touch of Your Lips 9:04
06. Medley: I'm Getting Sentimental over you/Twinkle Twinkle/Salt Peanuts 7:08. 07. Ann. 0:35, 08. Strictly Conferential 11:15,  09. Ann. 0:43. 10. Hallucinations 4:58.

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04/18: LCJCenter: This is a jam session. Teddy Edwards, All Gray, Harry Sweets Edison, Nicholas Payton and Others. Play-

04/17: Birthday Broadcast Dutch Drummer Han Bennink. Han Bennink (born 17 April 1942) is a Dutch jazz drummer and percussionist.  Wikipadia-
The Broadcast during 5 days round the clock.Click -New York Time. Monday Midnight. Dutch Time.17 april 06.00 H.
Include: Bennink live in concert at Columbia University, NYC. Time Follow. Movie from 1968.Play-Movie from 2010.  Click
04/16: Listen to Hank Mobley, sax. Wim Overgaauw, g. Pim Jacobs,p. Ruud  Jacobs, b.Han Bennink. Play under Bennink 70. Play-

04/16: Birthday of Herbie Mann (Flute)  The Live Latin Band Sessions 1 and 2. Play-Chick Corea (piano), Dave Pike (vibe), Carlos “P" Valdes (congas).
Herbert Jay Solomon (April 16, 1930 – July 1, 2003) was an American jazz flutist.  Recorded live at the Village Gate, New York, May 24, 1965.  Wikipedia-
04/15: Bessie Smith. 118th Birthday Today.  Bessie sing the Blues. 1923-1933. 123 songs. Play-

From the 30 years legendary broadcasts of Tros Sesjun. The Netherlands. Taped from radio. Next week, more.
Next week: Stan Getz. Phil Woods. (Plays on the altsax of Charlie Parker)
04/15: Tito Puente and his Orchestra. Featuring Celia Cruz.  At  Nick Vollebrecht's Jazz Café. 1980, November 7.  Play-
04/14: The Peanuts Hucko-Trummy Young Sextet. At  Nick Vollebregt's Jazz Café, Laren, the Netherlands.1982, March 25. Play-
Tribute to Louis Armstrong. Peanuts Hucko (cl), Trummy Young (tb), Jimmy Maxwell (tp), Dick Cary (p), Jack Lesberg (b), Danny D'Imperio (d)
04.13: Dexter Gordon Quartet. 1978, March 9. De Boerenhofstede Laren, the Netherlands.  Play
Dexter Gordon, ts. George Cables, p. Rufus Reid, b. Eddie Gladden, d.
01 Announcements radio/Announcer DG 1:05. 02 Red Top 10:36. 03 Announcements + Band Intro 2:20. 04 Body And Soul 17:30.
05 Announcements Radio/Announcer DG 1:06. 06 Antabus 11:59. 07 Announcements Radio/Announcer 1:14. 08 Days Of Wine And Roses 11:31. TT 57.54min.

Dutch broadcasting company AVRO. North Sea Jazz Festival Requests from the seventies and eighties. Videos.
04/12: Lionel Hampton-Play -Oscar Peterson-Play-Sarah Vaughan-Play-Johnny Otis-Play- B.B.King-Play-Ray Charles-Play-James Brown-Play-Miles Davis- Play
More Follow.

04/08: Dutch Radio: Armed Forces Radio Service, 1945. Part 1 and 2: Play-
04/06: Johnny Griffin.Part 1.-Play-(Age 18 in track 1/2 and part 2) Incl. Lionel Hampton.Part 2:-Play-(Tempo is Hamp's Dog).+ Bob Gonsalves Vocal.
New: on April 8.
04/06: Gerald Joseph "Gerry" Mulligan (New York City, 6 april 1927- Darien, 20 januari 1996)
Jazz Night. The Quartet, Sextet and Band.  Play--Wikipedia-

04/03: Birthday of my Mother Paula (1910-1999) and Doris Day (1922). Mother loves Doris Day. DD Jukebox
04/01: Holiday forHipsters, Hepcats and Beatniks.  60 min. With paylist. Track 11: Lionel Hampton and the Oscar Peterson TrioPlay-

03/31: Lionel Hampton  Big Band. Include Arnette Cob, tenorsax.1983, May 29. Video:- Play-Hamp's Boogie/Hey.Ba-Ba-Rebop. Surplus-
Or click after the end of part 1 right on the second video.

03/24: Dutch Radio: Anita O'Day and the Oscar Peterson Trio 1957 and  the Bill Holman Orchestra 1960*.  Play -
100 video's of Anita O'Day  Play-Wikipedia- Anita at the  Ronnie Scott Jazz Club, London.-Play-
03/24: The complete Bill Holman and Oscar Peterson session.* 1960 and 1957.  The Jazz Night.  Play-Time on the player - 1.00 H.

03/24: Lionel Hampton's first concert of his first Europa Tour at Sweden. Plus 3 Jam Sessions. Hampton players/Swedish All Stars Jam.
1: Opener. 2. Summertime. 3. On the Sunny Side of the Street   4. Oh, Rock. 5. How High the Moon -  6. Stardust.
7. I Only Have Eyes for You. 8. Blue Boy.  Play- and wait 2-4 min. and go to min. 5.17 for Hamtpon.
The Jam Session:-Perdido 8 min. All the Things You Are. 11 min. Click and Play on this Blog-Indiana 24 min.Click and play on this Blog
03/17: Dutch Radio: Johnny Hodges, altosax with Duke Ellington Members  Play-Play
03/17: Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival 2012. Moscow, Idaho VS. The young schoolbands. Video's.Click-
03/17: Lionel Hampton (Age 86) and The St Petersburg Orchestra conducted by Alexander Tschernucschenko.1994 TV. Play
03/17: Dutch Radio. My request for Hamp's103rd Birthday, 2011. april 20..
Lionel Hampton:  Jazz NIght. 5 hours Lionel Hampton. Play
Include my LP of Gene Norman's 1947 Just Jazz Concert.  <<Play and wait 2-4min and go to min.2.20.for Gene Norman.


------------Autograph collectionCarl-G ustaf SwedenP
2012.
10/30: Clifford Brown, Trumpet.  Clifford Brown (b. October 30, 1930; d. June 26, 1956). Wikipedia
Dutch Radio: Clifford Brown & Lou Donaldson. Part 1 of 5. 1953.  Play-  Part 2. With Art Blakey Quintet, Live at Birdland 1954. Play-
Part 3: With Harold Land, tenorsax, Max Roach, drums. 1954 and 1955. PlayPPart 4. 1955. With. Harold Land and Max Roach  Play-
Part 5: 1956 Live at  Basin Street Club, New York. With, Sonny Rollins, Tenorsax,Richie Powell, p. George Morrow, b.Max Roach, dr.Play-
The Clifford Brown Quintet. Trumpet (1930-1956) Rare live recordings at the Cotton Club, Cleveland Ohio, may 1956. Relesed 2011.
Part 1 of 3) Play-Part 2:  Play- - Part 3:  Play-
Clifford Brown. Trumpet. Tenorsaxofonist Sonny Rollins, pianist Richie Powell, bassist George Morrow and drummer Max Roach.
The LP Brownie. Trumpet Jazz Night. Wait 2-4 min. for Clifford. min. 4.25.  Play-
Lionel Hampton Big Band 1953. Hamp's first Europe Tour. Live at Sportpalast in Berlin, Germany, October 04, 1953. Unreleased. Play
Lionel Hampton, vibes,drums; Trumpet, Clifford Brown, Quincy Jones, Art Farmer,Walter Williams, Eddie Mullens, Band Foto. Click
Trombone. James Cleveland, Al Hayse, George Cooper. Sax: Clifford Scott, Clifford Solomon, Anthony Ortego, Oscar Estelle, Eddie Pazant.
George Wallington, piano. Billy Mackel Guitar .Monk Montgomery, fender bass. Sonny Parker, Drums and vocal, Annie Ross, vocal.

Francis Albert "Frank" Sinatra,  (December 12, 1915 - May 14, 1998) was an American singer and film actor. Wikipedia -
Frank Sinatra & Tommy Dorsey Orchestra.  Avalon Ballroom San Francisco, CA 1940 or 1945.  Play
Frank Sinatra Rarest Capitol Sessions. 1955-1960.  Play-
1955, February 23. Arranged and conducted by Richard Jones 1. Soliloquy (session).  1955, September 15.
Arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle 2. Weep They Will (two takes) and 1956, April 9. 3. Five Hundred Guys (four takes)
4. Something Wonderful Happens in Summer (two takes).
Arranged and conducted by Billy May.1958, March 3. 5  Nothing in Common (with Keely Smith) 6. How Are Ya Fixed for Love? (with Keely Smith)
7. Same Old Song and Dance (three takes) 8. Here Goes.
Arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle. 1958, October 10. 9. To Love and Be Loved (three takes). 10. I Couldn't Care Less (four takes)
Sinatra-Rarest Capitol Sessions II.   1959:  1. Talk To Me.  2. When No One Cares.3 . I’ll Never Smile Again.
1960: 4. Dream. 5. She’s Funny That Way. 6. Mam’selle.  7. How Deep Is The Ocean. 1957: 8. Moonlight In Vermont. 1959: 9. (Love Is) 1958. The Tender Trap.
Frank Sinatra At The Sporting Club Monte Carlo, Monaco 1958, June 14.  Play-
Benefit for the United Nations Fund for Refugee Children.  Orchestra Conducted by: Quincy Jones.

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Skansen, Stockholm in the mid 70´s.
(John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie. October 21, 1917 – January 6, 1993)  Wikipedia-
2013:
10/21: Thelonious Monk, Dizzy Gillespie, Giants Of Jazz Copenhagen 1971. PlayWhen 1971 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
10/21: Dizzy Gillespie and Sonny Stitt, Altosax. Full Film. Play -
10/22: Dizzy Gillespie&Charlie Parker. Play   Town Hall Concert. 1945.
2012
10/22: Dizzy Gillespie Quartet. Nick Vollebrechts Jazz Café., Laren, The Netherlands. Tros Sesjun Radio. 22 October, 1981.  Play
Dizzy Gillespie (tp), Paquito di Rivera (as), Ed Cherry (g), Michael Howell (b), Ignacio Berroa (d). UNRELEASED. TAPED FROM FM RADIO.
10/22: Dutch Radio: Dizzy Gillespie. 40-60.  Play-
10/22: Dizzy Gillespie & Timeless Allstars. Funkhaus Hamburg Germany, Studio 10. NDR Jazzkonzert. 09. March 1986.  Play-
Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet. Harold Land. sax. Curtis Fuller, posaune. Bobby Hutcherson, vibes Cedar Walton, piano. Buster Williams, bass. Billy Higgins, drums.
10/22: Dizzy Gillespie Quartet:  Jazzclub Wilhelmina, Eindhoven, The Netherlands February 28. 1980.  FM Radio. Unreleased.   Play-
Dizzy Gillespie.  trumpet. Ed Cherry, guitar. Michael Howell, bass. Tommy Campbell, drums. Broadcasted live by TROS Radio for the program Sesjun.
10/22: Dizzy Gillespie joined host Marian McPartland (piano) in 1985 to talk and play love Cuban music, one of his loves. NPR Radio.  Play-
10/22: Crazy Rhythm, parts I & II - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 3, 1946 - Disc Album 503.  January 28, 1946.  Is out.
Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet. Willie Smith, alto sax. Lester Young, Charlie Ventura, tenor saxes. Mel Powell,   piano.
Billy Hadnott,  bass. Lee (Prez' brother) Young, drums.
03: Sweet Georgia Brown, parts I & II - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 3, 1946 - Disc Album 503.  January 28, 1946.  Is out
Dizzy Gillespie, Al Killian, trumpets. Charlie Parker, Willie Smith, alto saxes. Lester Young, Charlie Ventura - tenor saxes.
Mel Powell, piano. Billy Hadnott, bass. Lee  Young, drums.

10/17: Duch TV Today. Part 1. 10 min. Part 2: 12min. Good souljazz.  Play
10/17: More Monk. New Port Jazz Festival. 1966 and 1967. Click
10/17: More Thelonious Monk & Art Taylor, drums.. Part 1 and 2. Click
10/16: Dutch Radio. Jazz in the Movie. The Muppets IPlay
Charlie Parker&Jimmy Woode.  Hi-Hat Club, Boston, MA. 1954-01-18. Unreleased.   Play
Charlie Parker, altosax. Herbie Williams, trumpet. Rollins Griffith, piano. Jimmy Woode, Bass. Marquis Foster, Drums.
1 Ornithology. 2 Out Of Nowhere. 3 My Funny Valentine. 4 Cool Blues.

10/14:Ernie 'Bubbles' Whitman present the Best of AFRS Jubilee Show. Part 1-7
Jubilee was produced in Hollywood by the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS) and the programs were transcribed
on16"vinylite discs (speed: 33 1/3 rpm) and distributed to various radio stations all over the world. GREAT FUN.
Part 1 of 20. Lionel Hampton, Les Paul, Dinah Washington, Fletcher Henderson and Others. Play

10/14: Lionel Hampton. North Sea Jazz Festival 1983, July. Total Time 1.44 Hour. Unreleased.Click-
10/13: Dutch radio. Art Tatum Birthday.  6 LP's. Jazz Night. 108 songs.  Play-Wikipedia
10/13: Art Tatum.1950-06. Café Society New York, NY.  Solo Piano. Unreleased. Play.
Arthur "Art" Tatum, Jr. (October 13, 1909 – November 5, 1956) was an American jazz pianist and virtuoso who played with phenomenal
facility despite being nearly blind.

05/10: Dutch TV: From Holland, Pim Jacobs, piano, Ruud Jacobs, bass, Han Bennink, drums and  Wes Montgomery, Electric Guitar.  Play-=
VARA Studio, Hilversum The Netherlands. 1960, April 2. Time. 72 min. Part 2: Stan Tracey, piano. Rick Laird, bass, Jackie Dougan. drums. BELGIUM. 1965, April 4
2001.
10/13: The Montgomery Brothers.Wes Montgomery(g), Buddy Montgomery(p/ vib), Monk Montgomery(b), Billy Hart(d). 1961.Play
10/12: Wes Montgomery Group. Studio 10. Funkhaus Hamburg.  Hamburg (Germany), April 30, 1965. recording: FM (analog cable)  Play-
Wes Montgomery (g), Johnny Griffin (ts), Ronnie Scott (ts), Hans Koller (as), Ronnie Ross (bs), Martial Solal (p), Michel Gaudry (b), Ronnie Stevenson (dr).
10/12: Wew Montgomery & Band. NDR Jazz Workshop. Hamburg, Germany. Funkhaus des NDR, Studio 10. 30, April 1965.  Play -
Wes Montgomery (g), Johnny Griffin (ts), Ronnie Scott (ts), Hans Koller (as), Ronnie Ross (bs), Martial Solal (p), Michel Gaudry (b), Ronnie Stevenson (dr).
10/12: Clark Terry, Wes  Montgomery, guitar. From the Netherlands:Pim Jacobs (p), Ruud Jacobs (b) and Han Bennink drums. Play
The Netherlands, Hilversum. Vara Radio Studio. 1965.
Dutch Radio. Wew Montgomery, Guitar.Tommy Flanagan, piano, Percy Heath, bas, Albert Heath, drums. 1960.   Play-
Dutch Radio: The Guitar Jazz Night. First Hour. Wew Montgomery.  Play- Min. 04.34 Charlie Christian.   Playlist time  - 1 hour.
2000
05/05: Guitarist Wes Montgomery. Wes/Clark Terry/Dutch Trio Pim Jacobs. Rare LP (250 LP's) Not op CD  Play-Commercial Pop: Play
Wes Montgomery Group: Wes Montgomery (g), Johnny Griffin (ts), Ronnie Scott (ts), Hans Koller (as), Ronnie Ross (bs), Martial Solal (p), Michel Gaudry (b), 
Ronnie Stevenson (dr). "Studio 10/ Funkhaus Hamburg" Hamburg (Germany), April 30, 1965.Recording: FM (analog cable) >Telefunken HT 870 tuner.  Play-
WES MONTGOMERY & BAND. 30. April 1965. Hamburg, Germany. Funkhaus des NDR, Studio 10' 'NDR Jazz Workshop'. 'Part of the Rehearsals'
TV-HiFi.   Wes Montgomery, guitar. Johnny Scott, sax. Johnny Griffin, Ronnie Ross and Hans Koller, sax. Martial Solal, piano. Michel Gaudry, bass,
Ronnie Stephenson, drums. Blue Grass, On Green Dolphin Street, Blue Monk, Last Of The Vine West, Coast Blues.   Play

10/12:  Benny Goodman Small Groups. Airchecks 1939-41. With Charlie Cristian, Lionel Hampton, Count Basie. Gene Krupa. Others. TTime 2.27. Play

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Thelonious Monk (b. Oct. 10, 1917; d. Febr 17,1982) 
2012: 
10/12: Thelonious Monk at the 5 Spot, NYC Nica's Private recordings. 195?. Sound B1.Play -
Thelonious Monk- Charlie Rouse- ts, Roy Haynes- d, Ahmed Abdul Melik- b. The last track 7 is from Nica's apartment (Body and Soul, All God’s Chillun, Got Rhythm)
10/11: Thelonius Monk & Giants Of Jazz.  Live in Milano-Italy, 1971, Oct. 20. Sound B. Play -
Dizzy Gillespie (tp), Kai Winding (tb), Sonny Stitt (as, ts), Thelonious Monk (p), Al McKibbon (b), Art Blakey (d). 
2011
10/18: Thelonious Monk in London. 1965 Video.  Play
10/17: Thelonious Monk Quartet. Newport Jazz Festival. Newport, RI. July 2, 1966.Play -Sound A.
Thelonius Monk, Piano. Charlie Rouse, Tenor Sax. Larry Gales, Bass. Ben Riley, Drums. 1. Evidence (11:32). 02. Light Blue (10:49). 3. Japanese Folk Song (10:08)
10/17: Thelonious Monk (+Jazz Greats). Newport Jazz Festival. June 30, 1967. Play Sound B.
Dizzy Gillespie tp, James Moody as, ts, Milt Jackson vib, Thelonious Monk p, Percy Heath b, Max Roach dr.
1. Straight, No Chaser (12:55). 2. Round Midnight (9:36). 3. Don't Blame Me [Monk solo] (3:45). 04. Woody'n You (7:21)
10/17: Dutch Radio. Thelonious Monk & Art Taylor Orchestra. Part 1:   Play-Part 2: Play-Quintet, Sextet and Orchestra.
Dutch Radio: Thelonious MonkQuartet Live. Incl: John Coltrane,1957 and  Johnny Griffin, 1958. Play
The First European Concert of this Tour:  Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Total Time 61 min. 1961-04-15.  Play
Thelonious Monk, piano. Charlie Rouse, tenor sax. John Ore, bass. Frankie Dunlop, drums.Frankie Dunlop over Monk.  Interview-
Duke Ellington Unreleased Stuff: Duke Ellington Quintet and Thelonious Monk with the Duke Ellington Big Band. Play

10/09: Piet Noordijk Dutch altsax player has deceased. Age 79.  Dutch Newspapers  Tros Sesjun Live. Play-Video 2009.Play-YouTube
10/08: Lady SInger Joanne Tatham. Follow me on Twitter. Hamptonsjazz. Videos. Play-Play-Play-Play-Play- Website-
10/03: More Frank Foster and his orchestra.  Click
09/30: Kenny Barron, Piano.  Kiyoshi Kitagawa, bass. Victor Lewis, Drums. North Sea Jazz Festival. 2006, july 16. Unreleased.  Play
09/28: Dutch Radio: Saxophonist Lucky ThompsonPlay -All-Star Jam Session WPIX Studio, New York NY January 17, 1949. Radio.  Play -
Eli "Lucky" Thompson (ts), Miles Davis (tpt); Kai Winding (tb); Buddy DeFranco (cl);; Charlie Ventura (ts, bs); Al Haig (p); Oscar Pettiford (b); Shelly Manne (d.)

Miles Davis in Stockholm, Sweden 1956: Photo  Bengt H. Malmqvist.Collection Carl-Gustaf
Miles Dewey Davis III (Alton (Illinois), 26 mei 1926 – Santa Monica (Californië),28 september 1991)   Wikipedia
2012: May 26:Miles Davis.  Royal Roost, New York. 1946. Play -
2012: July 12: Miles Davis Amsterdam (The Netherlands), Concertgebouw. 1957, December 8.  Play-
Miles Davis - trumpet. Barney Wilen - tenor saxophone. René Urtreger - piano. Pierre Michelot - bass. Kenny Clarke - drums
09/26:Miles Davis in Sweden. + 6 LP's from Dutch Radio.  Click=
09/26: Dutch TV. Miles Davis. Part 1: North Sea Jazz 1984. Part 2 and 3 Copenhagen. Part 4: So What. 1956:   Play


The CD Swingin' with Legends. Angela and Ron give to me. From Left. Frank Foster, Angela and Ron.
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2013/06/22:  Ron Aprea's New CD. Tribute for Art Blakey. Listen to the samples.,Play -Photo's incl. Lionel Hampton. Click-
09/25: Ron Aprea and Angela DiNero: Avalon. The Ron Aprea Big Band and his wife Angela DeNiro. Video 1999.  Play-
Recording session footage August 23rd, 1997. Angela DeNiro and the Ron Aprea Big Band, "Swingin' with Legends" album, featuring jazz legendsFrank Foster and Lionel Hampton.  Play-Conversation between Angela DeNiro & Lionel Hampton and Hamp play Midnight Sun.  Play-
Angela DeNiro & Ron Aprea jazz show in New York.  Play-Photo AlbumClick-Website. Click
Jazz vocalist Angela DeNiro, saxophonist Ron Aprea, and violinist Matt Aprea performing with Côte Ouest Big Band at "Les Nuits du Jazz Festival" in Nantes France. Video footage filmed November 11, 2007.  Play-Cherokee. Play-Green Dolphin Street. Play-
09/23: Ron Aprea written: Hans. The sound quality isn't the greatest. But here's something that I put together for
Frank Foster's birthday and memorial service which takes place today. Ron.  Click-

09/24: Dexter Gordon.Play- Part 2. Play  Part 3 Follow. Dutch Radio. Tros Sesjun:  Laren,  The Netherlands. March 9, 1978. PlayUnreleased.
Dexter Gordon, ts. George Cables, p.  Rufus Reid, b.  Eddie Gladden, d.
Dexter Gordon at The North Sea Jazz Festival 1979, july 15.The Hague, Netherlands. FM Radio. (unreleased).  Play-
Dexter Gorden (ts). Kirk Lightsey (p). Rufus Reid (b). Eddie Gladden (dr). 

--John Coltrane at Sweden 1960.Collection  Carl-GustafP Photo Carl Gustaf in Record Shop with photo John Coltrane Click
John Coltrane (Hamlet (North Carolina), 23 september 1926 — New York, 17 juli 1967)  Wikipedia
09/24: Jazz At The Philharmonic, Kurhaus, Scheveningen The Netherlands.1960, April 9. 8.15PM. Play- Photo Kurhaus on the Beach
Miles Davis - trumpet. John Coltrane - tenor sax. Wynton Kelly - piano. Paul Chambers - bass. Jimmy Cobb - drums.
09/24: JATP All Stars: Rheinhalle Dusseldorf, Germany 1960.  Play
John Coltrane,ts Stan Getz,ts[t4-5]. Wynton Kelly,p[t1-4]. Oscar Peterson,p[t5]. Paul Chambers,b Jimmy Cobb,dr. Last Tracks Coltrane is out.
Jazz At The Phiharmonic All Stars. + Ella Fitzgerald. 1956 (Unkwown) Time. 2.20H. JATP
And JATP with John Coltrane,  Stan Getz, Oscar Peterson and More. Rare broadcast. Tapet on Radio.
09/24: Dutch Radio: Thelonious Monk Quartet Live. Incl: John Coltrane, 1957 and  Johnny Griffin, 1958. Play
09/24: Dutch Radio: John Coltrane&Miles Davis. Play
09/24: I Love Supreme. Complet CD. Sorry is out.  Play
09/23: NPR Music: The Cocktail Party Guide To John Coltrane. Click-During 53 min.
09/23: NPR: More from NPR.  Play
09/22: John Coltrane: Navy Musicians Jam Session, 13 July 1946,Hawaii,  Johnny Hodges Orchestra,Los Angeles, CA. June 1954. Play-
1946: Dexter Culbertson, tr. John Coltrane, Alto sax. Norman Poulshock, P. Willie Stader, B. Joe Theimer, Dr..Benny Thomas (Vocals on 4,5,8,12) Tracks 1-12.
1954: Harold "Shorty" Baker (Trumpet). Lawrence Brown (Trombone). Johnny Hodges (Alto Sax). John Coltrane (Tenor Sax).Call Cobbs (Piano)
John Williams (Bass).Joe Marshall (Drums). Unknown Vocal on 4 & 5. John Coltrane solos on 13,16,19. Tracks 13-19

09/19: Jan Akkerman Guitar and Friends. TV 09/18: North Sea Jazz Festival 2011. Soul/Jazz.  Play

09/18: Dutch TV:Jon Hendricks,(Age 89)Al Jarreau & Kurt Elling and the Dutch Metropole Orchestra.62 min. Play-North Sea Jazz 2011
09/18: Jon is born 1911, September 16Dutch TV Sept 11.  25 min. Play
09/18: Jon Hendricks: The Father Of Vocalese At 90. NPR-More from NPR.  Click-Wikipedia
09/18: LAMBERT, HENDRICKS AND ROSS & TRIO. Live at Parkhotel in Bremen/Germany, 1962-04-23. Play-Unreleased.
Lineup: Dave Lambert, Jon Hendricks, Annie Ross, vocal. Gildo Mahones, piano, Rick Laird, bass. Chris Caran, drums.
1 Yardbird Suite 6.54 [Trio]. 2 Introduction By Siegfried Schmidt-Joos. 3 Avalon 8.59 [Trio]. 4 So What 7.22 [Trio]. 5 It's Sand, Man 2.26. 6 Rusty Dusty Blues 5.57
7 One O'clock Jump 3.17. 8 Bijou 4.09. 9 Work Song 3.44. 10 The Spirit Feel 8.37. 11 Trio Introduction By Dave Lambert 1.19. 12 Avenue C 3.32.13 All Blues 9.56 [Tr]
14 Cottontail 3.45.15 Moanin' 2.58.16 Sermonette 2.43.17 Jackie 4.58.18 Caravan 3.05.19 Swingin'till The Girls Come H 6.46.20 Every Day 6.04 21 Cloudburst 4.26
YouTube Mixed: Play-18 songs. WRITE INTERVIEW.  Click

09/17: Dutch Radio:Gerry Mulligan Concert Jazz Band. 1960-1961. Play
09/17: Lionel Hampton. Lionel Hampton and his Giants of Jazz. 1978, May 4. Lionel Hampton, Vibe/Piano/Vocals/Drums. IS OUT.
Billy Mackel-Guitar. Frankie Dunlop, Drums. Barry Smith, Bass. Paul Moen, Tenorsax. Joe Newman, Trumpet.
Victor Pazz, Trumpet. Wild Bill Davis, Organ. Amersfoort,The Flint Theatre, The Netherlands.Reabroadcast. 1978, May 4
First 4 tracks 9-10PM. Not on radio. 11PM the broadcast. First Airmail Special. Video. 1978 (1997 is not good).  Play-

09/07: Former President Jimmy Carter presents (when he was president of the U.S.A.) the White House Jazz Festival in Washington.
With Herbie Hancock, Benny Goodman, McCoy Tyner, Sonny Rollins, Dizzy Gillespie, George Benson, Cecil Taylor, Eubie Blake, 
Pearl Bailey, Ornette & Denardo Coleman, Benny Carter, Clark Terry, Lionel Hampton and many others!  June 18, 1978 Total Time 2.45. Play-Taped from Radio.
Coming up. 1.57 min. Lionel Hampton, vibes. Chick Corea (p), Louis Bellson (dr), Ray Brown (b), Stan Getz (ts), Zoot Sims (ts), George Benson (g),
12. Introductions. 13. How High The Moon. 14. Georgia On My Mind.  15. Lush Life  Lionel Hampton does the Introduction.
16. Introductions. Flying Home. .Summertime. Vocal,  Pearl Mae Bailey. St. Louis Blues, .Vocal,  Pearl Mae Bailey.
17:  Max Roach on the Cymbals.18  Salt Peanuts Dizzy Gilltate University Towson, MD. 1978, April 8.   Play-Unreleased. Taped in the Hall.
Benny Goodman, cl. Major Holley, Bass. Wayne Andre, trombone.  arren Vaché, tr. Cal Collinespie (tp), Max Roach (dr) Jimmy Carter (vocal)
09/03: Benny Goodman Sextet. Towson Center, Towson Ss, g. Connie Kay, dr.John Bunch. p. Debbie Gray, vocal.
09/03: Lionel Hampton, age 80. Chicago Jazz Festival Grant Park, Chicago IL.  September 1988. Simulcast from WBEZ, Chicago.  Play
1. The Chase. (5:58) 2. ?? (10:50) 3. Mack the Knife (10:40) 4. ?? (9:59). 5. What a Wonderful World (5:20). That is all the info I have. Sound and Hamp very Good.
09/01: QUEEN:  Live In Paris 1979 TV (Full Concert)  Play
08/30: Dutch Radio: The Metronome All Stars: 1939- 1956. 120min. Incl. Playlist.Play-BIlly Eckstine. Incl.Sarah Vaughan.120min. Bill Evans.
Wikipedia-1942 Magazine -1960 magazine--

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Photos Bird and Prez in Sweden, Autographs.Collection of my Swedish Jazz Friend Carl-Gustaf Sweden---< Click for more photos and autographs.

Lester (Prez) Young (August 27, 1909 – March 15, 1959).
(Charles (Bird) Parker (August 29, 1920 – March 12, 1955).  --Bio Prez- Bio Bird
Bird.
2012. May. Auction of Charlie Parker's  Altosax. Click-2:Other Parker altosax'   Click-
1940. June 10. Charlie Parkerprivate solo recording, Kansas City KS.  1940, May. Plastic Altosax. See Article 2.  Play-
Charlie Parker: Ballroom, Hotel Diplomat, New York NY Audience Recording. January 19,1951. Unreleased. Play-Sound V-
Charlie Parker (as); Miles Davis (tpt), Al Haig (p); Tommy Potter (b); Roy Haynes (d).  1, 2,Billie's Bounce. 3, 4. Cool Blues. 5, 6. April in Paris.
7. Ornithology. 8. 52nd Street Theme. 9.10, 11.Caravan. 12. Big Foot.
Paul Desmond interview with Charlie Parker. + video.  Click and Play
Bird Lives.NPR Radio 2007, August 29, 2007. Jazz Profile. Part 1.Play-Part 2: Play-2 x 54min.
1985. Memorial Charlie Parker. Dizzy Gillespie & Phil Woods Quintet.  Rome.  May 17 1985. Woods play on the Altosax from Bird.  Play.
Dizzy Gillespie tp, Phil Woods as, John Lewis p, David Williams b,  Roy Haynes dr, (Private Recording).
Blue 'n Boogie, Parker's Mood, Groovin' High, Round Midnight, A Night in Tunisia, Confirmation, Wee, Hot House. Total Time 67min.
Prez.
1936: Rare recording 1936. Prez/Basie Trio. Play-
1950. Lester Young: Quartet with pianist Hank Jones and John Lewis. 1950/951. Play-
1958. Rare Video Prez: Danmark 1958.Play-
Lester Young: 'The Prez' Still Rules At 100.NPR Radio August 27, 2009.  Play-2004.Play Total Time 15min. 1 and 2.
Bird and Prez.
1946. 1: Blues For Norman, parts I & II - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 2, 1946 - Disc Album Set 501. January 28, 1946. Play
2: I Can't Get Started, parts I & II - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 2, 1946 - Disc Album 501. January 28, 1946.   Play-
Howard McGhee, Al Killian, trumpets, Charlie Parker, Willie Smith, alto saxes, Lester Young,tenor sax. Arnold Ross, piano.
Billy Hadnott, bass. Lee (Prez' brother) Young, drums.
1949. Jazz At The Philharmonic Recorded live at Carnegie Hall NewYork. 1949, September 18. Perdido. Video.  Play---
Roy Eldridge (tp); Tommy Turk (tb); Charlie Parker (as); Lester Young,Flip Phillips (ts); Hank Jones (p); Ray Brown (b); Buddy Rich (d).  Ella Fitzgerald, Vocal.

08/21. Jazz Night: 6 hours. 1:FatsWaller.2:Bill Coleman &Don Byas At Theatre.Bel-Air, Lausanne 1949, Unique concert,  Play
3: Steve Cole, Tenorsax 4: Lee Konitz - Strings For Holiday. 5:Lionel Hampton - How High The Moon. 5: Pied Pipers - Collectors Series.
2:SextetGeo Daly, Vibes (France). Include.The Lionel Hampton era songs, Flying Home.Chase, How High The Moon, Moon Glow, Hey Ba-Ba-Rebop. Min. 01.04.
Bill Coleman (trumpet), Don Byas (tenor saxophone). From France:, Michel deVillers (alto saxophone), Geo Daly (vibes), Bernard Peiffer (piano), Jean Bouchety (bass), Roger Parabochi (drums), Pops Whitman (vocals). Released for the first time on Swiss Radio Days, 2011. CD 23. Geo Daly. Bio. Incl Hampton Photo. Click-Click
08/.20:  Jazz On A Summer's Day, a film by Bert Stern  Incl. Monk, Stitt, Shearing, Mulligan, Anita O'Day. Louis Armstrong and More.Play
The Newport Jazz Festival 1958. Time 82 min.

Today: Hans Bebop's Birthday Music. (Your Webmaster).   August 16th, I received for my birthday two new concerts. Hampton and JATP.
08/18: This is Lionel Hampton. 1908-2002.4 min.of the film "FOR THE LOVE OF HAMP" 90th Birthday at the Blue Note Jazz Club.  Play
08/18: Lionel Hampton.Industriehalle, Graz (Austria), December 27, 1954.  Play-Broadcast for the first time. 2009.
Lionel Hampton (Vibes) Julius Brooks, Ed Mullens, Wallace Davenport, Nat Adderley (trumpets), Harold Roberts, Leon Comegys, Al Hayse (trombones),
Bobby Plater (clarinet, alto saxophone), Jay Dennis (alto saxophone), Jay Peters, Elwyn Frazier (tenor saxophones), Joe Evans (baritone saxophone),
Dwike Mitchell (piano), Billy Mackel (Electric guitar), Peter Badie (bass guitar), Rufus Jones, Curley Hamner (drums).
01: Radio intro - 1:09. 02: How high the moon - 4:26  03: Unknown blues theme - 11:57 (Tenor Battle). 04: Lover man - 3:58. 05: Radio announcement - 1:25.
06: Body and soul - 6:03. 07: Stardust - 6:41. 08: Our love is here to stay - 2:53. 09: Unknown blues theme - 6:43.10: Radio announcement - 0:26. 11: Blues-10.
08/18:Lionel Hampton (Age 86) and The St Petersburg State Orchestra conducted by Alexander Tschernucschenko. VIDEO.1994 TV. Play
08/18: This is spectacle. Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra1990-12-31 (New Year Concert) Play-
Happy New Year and Hey-Ba-Ba-Rebop. Guests Frank Foster, Leader of the Count Basie Band and Nina Simone.
The concert begin New Year's Eve on 11.39.50 PM. Source: Radio Sound: B+/A- Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra.
01. Title 5:27, 02. Title 7:40, 03. Swing in the New Year//Auld Lang Sine9:01, 04. The Gangs all herer Medly 5:52,
05. Don’t get Around Much Anymore 3:07, 06. Mack the Knife 7:30, 07. Hamp's Boogie Woogie/Hey-Ba-Ba-Rebop. 5:49. Time 44 min..
08/18: Lionel Hampton Quartet. Special engagement at the 1974 Newport Jazz Festival in New York.  Play-
Lionel  Hampton, Teddy Wilson, piano. Milt Hinton, Bass. Buddy Rich, drums. It's free, although you need to register for this 1 x
08/18: Jazz At The Philharmonic:  Konserthuset, Stockholm (Sweden), April 28, 1957.  To Sweden > Click
Oscar Peterson (piano), Herb Ellis (guitar), Ray Brown (bass), Jo Jones (drums), Roy Eldridge (trumpet, vocal on track 04), Stuff Smith (violin), Ella Fitzgerald, (Vocal)
08/18: Charlie 'Bird' Parker:For My Swedish Jazz Friend Carl Gustaf's Birthday in August.  Unknow Radio Broadcast.  Play
Charlie Parker Quintet Finale Club, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles CA 1946.. Miles Davis (tpt); Charlie Parker (as); Joe Albany (p); Addison Farmer (b); Chuck Thompson (d)
1 Billie's Bounce. 2 Ornithology. 3 All the Things You Are. 4 Blue 'n' Boogie. 5 Anthropology. The World Anthem off the Beboppers. Now is the Time -Bird's Juke Box
Members under the player.

Norman Granz JATP Jam Sessions. 5 CD's. Studio Sessions with playlist. CD 1, The Battle Medley is out.  Play
More Jazz At The Philharmonic. Incl: Unreleased. And the 78RPM's of  the fourties.  www.lionelhampton.nl/jatp.html
08/13: The Swiss All Stars.   Play-The Band

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08/10  Stan Kenton: Wikipedia- 20 songs with Playlist. Play-
Jazz Night: First: Bill Doggett, Milt Buckner, Organ. Mat Mathews, Acc. From Holland. 01:04h Stan Kenton 1950/53,
02:00  Stan Kenton 1953/54, 03:00 Stan Kenton 1955,  04:00  Stan Kenton 1956/63,  05:05  Bill Holman Band 1987.   Play
Dutch Radio: The Big Sound. Duke Ellington and Stan Kenton.Play-
Stan Kenton Big Band at te Newport Jazz Festival (Newport, RI) Jul 5, 1959.It's free, although you need to register for this 1 x  Play-.
Rare Recording:Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and Stan Kenton. Civic Auditorium Portland OR (USA). February 25, 1954. Play
Charlie Parker (as on tracks 1 - 3) and Dizzy Gillespie (tp,announcements on tracks 4 - 6) with Stan Kenton & his Orchestra: TotalTime 19 Min.
Sam Noto, Vic Minichiello, Buddy Childers, Don Smith, Stu Williamson (tp), Milt Gold, Joe Ciavardone, George Roberts, Frank Rosolino tb), Charlie Mariano, Dave Schildkraut (as), Mike Cichetti, Bill Perkins (ts), Tony Ferina (bs), Stan Kenton (p), Bob Lesher (g), Don Bagley (b), Stan Levey (dr), Candido (cga on track 5).
Stan Kenton.  98 videos.. Play- 54 video's.  Play-

08/08: Thelonious Monk Quartet. 1963-03-5  Stockholm. Unkwown on LP or CD. Click and play
08/07: Benny Goodman andDave Brubeck.Live at Rock Rimmon Jazz Festival in New Hampshire, 1963, July 12. Unreleased. Play-.
Benny Goodman, cl. Bobby Hackett, Cornet. Dave Brubeck, piano. Gene Wright, bass. Joe Morello, drums.,

08/06: Glenn Miller. Request for Jan..20 songs. Play-Glenn Miller rare recording live 1940. Time 60min.  Play-
08/06: Johnny Lytlethe fotgotten vibesplayer. St Louis Blues.Photo/Video. Play-Read. 20 Photo/Videos.  Play-Photo Follow.
Johnny Lytle (born John Dillard Lytle on October 13, 1932, Springfield, Ohio; died December 15, 1995,  Wikkipedia-
Considered one of the top vibes players in the world, Lional Hampton said Lytle was "the greatest vibes player in the world. I have contact with his Son Marcel. Bebop.
08/06: Benny Goodman: Complete 1937 Madhattan Room Broadcasts Volume VI.  PlayVol. 5 to 1.  Click-
08/06: Earle Spencer in 1946 "the New Sensation of the Year" First two tracks Stan Kenton. Play
08/06: Altsaxofonist Lee Konitz (1927)   Play-
08/06: On August 6th 1945. Cab Calloway and his Orchestra appearing at the New Zanzibar in New York City.
During this radio broadcast worldwide all the radio stations interrupted for extra news from Japan.Play-
08/04: The Duke Ellington Big Band in The Netherlands. 1958 film. Time 80min. Click-
08/01: This day in history, 1939. Glenn Miller recorded voor the first time In The Mood & I Want To Be Happy for Bluebird. Play-Play .
08/04: Thelonious Monk:(b.Oct. 10, 1917; d. February 17, 1982)  Intro Videos on YouTube. Part 1-17. Play
08/04: Louis Armstrong.

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Autograph, Photo and Ticket. Collection-Carl-Gustaf Sweden-Louis Daniel Armstrong (New Orleans, 4 augustus 1901 – New York, 6 juli 1971)
2012
08/04: Birthday Louis Armstrong.
Louis Armstrong( b. August 4, 1901; d. July 6, 1971) He believed his birthdate to be July 4th 1900, so we celebrate both birthdays.
08/02: Louis Armstrong:  1926-1929. Hot Five and Hot Seven. Play-
08/05: Peanuts Hucko/Trummy Young Sextet "Tribute To Louis Armstrong" Laren ("Nick Vollebregt's Jazz Café"), the Netherlands. 1982, March 25. Play
Peanuts Hucko (cl), Trummy Young (tb), Jimmy Maxwell (tp), Dick Cary (p), Jack Lesberg (b), Danny D'Imperio (d). 
2011
07/06: Louis Armstrong: JUKE BOX 296 tracks.  Click on Real Player on Playlist. From the begin to 1954. Play
07/04: Louis Armstrong: 1952, October 4. Kunggliga Tennis Hallen, Stockholm Sweden. See Ticket. Radio Broadcast. See Ticket,  Taped from Radio. Play
07/04: Louis Armstrong: 1954, August 31. Downbeat Club San Francisco and 1962, April 12. Sporthalle Hamburg Germany. Taped from Radio.  Play
07/04: Louis Armstrong: 1962, April 14. Hamburg Germany. Play
07/04: Louis Armstrong All Stars. The Netherlands, Amsterdam Concert Gebouw 1959, February 7. Play
Louis Armstrong (tp), Trummy Young (tb), Peanuts Hucko (cl), Billy Kyle (p), Mort Herbert (b), Danny Barcelona (d). Broadcast 2005. FM Tape.
Track list (TT=55:27): 01 Announcements (1:01).02 When It's Sleepy Time Down South (2:26). 03 Back Home Again In Indiana (4:23). 04 Basin Street Blues (7:56)
05 Tiger Rag (6:01). 06 Announcements (1:05). 07 Now You Has Jazz (5:01). 08 That Old Rugged Cross (3:35). 09 Sweet Georgia Brown (3:39) 10 Ann. (0:51) 
11 Autumn Leaves (2:40). 12 The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise (4:07). 13 Kiss Of Fire (3:36). 14 I Cover The Waterfront (4:25) 15 ann.16 Mack The Knife (3:28)


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Autograph and Photo. Collection-Carl-Gustaf Sweden -  Illinois Jacquet, Gus Johnson and Sweets.

Harry "Sweets" Edison (October 10, 1915 – July 27, 1999), born in Columbus, Ohio, was an American jazz trumpeter.Wikipedia -
2013:10/10: Harry 'Sweets Edison'.  Play There is no greater Love.  1983 Bern. 
2013:10/10: Lionel Hampton and the Golden Man of Jazz. Play- Play Munich, Germany 1993.
2013:10/10: Harry 'Sweets' Edison:  Play-      Live at Kulturpalast in Dresden, Saxonia, Germany, 1990-10-30.
Harry 'Sweets' Edison, tp. James Morrison, tp. Robin Eubanks, tb. Urbie Green, tb. Ralph Moore, ts. Gary Smulyan, bs. Gene Harris, p.
Kenny Burrell, g. Ray Brown, b. Harold Jones,ds
2013: 10/10: Sweets and his Orchestra.  Play  Full 1956 LP. 
2013: 10/10: Jo Jones Featuring Harry "Sweets" Edison. 
07/31: Harry 'Sweets' Edison: Oscar Peterson Jam Session. Broadcast date  1978, July 1, 1978. 1977, July 1. Montreux, Swiss. Play-
Oscar Peterson, piano. Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet. Clark Terry, trumpet.Harry "Sweets" Edison, trumpet. Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, tenor sax.
Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen, bass. Bobby Durham, drums
07/30: LCJCenter: This a Jam Session. Al Grey, Harry 'Sweets' Edison.Teddy Edwards and more. Rebroadcast. Play-
07/30: Dutch Radio: Holliday for Hipsters: Jazz of the years 30-50 include Ella Fitzgerald and the JATP JAM Flying Home. With playlist. Play-

07/29: Request voor Cisca. Dutch Radio: The Jazz Night ofGeorge Shearing. (6 hours). Play
07/29: Ella Fitzgerald & the Lou Levy Quartet.  Amsterdam (Concert Gebouw).18 February, 1961.   Play
JATP Concert: Introduction, Norman Granz. .Ella Fitzgerald (voc), Lou Levy (p), Herb Ellis (g), Wilfred Middlebrooks (b), Gus Johnson (d).  Taped from radio.
07/29: Oscar Peterson Trio.  Amsterdam, The Netherlands April 9, 1960. Play-
JATP Concert. Oscar Peterson, piano. Ray Brown, bass.  Ed Thigpen, drums. Taped from radio. MORE JATP. Click.--
07/29: Lester Young meets Nat King Cole. L Playest

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09/23: Frank Foster: (September 23, 1928 – July 26, 2011) was an American tenor and soprano saxophonist, flautist, arranger, and composer.
Ron Aprea Video: Play-The sound quality isn't the greatest. But here's something that I put together for Frank Foster's birthday and memorial
service which takes place today. Ron.
Jazz on Studio 1 Jam Session., Side 1. Play- Side 2.  Play-
Joe Newman (trumpet), Bennie Green (trombone), Paul Quinichette,Frank Foster (tenor sax), Sir Jonathan Glasser (Johnny Smith) (guitar), 
Hank Jones (piano), Eddie Jones (bass), Kenny Clarke (drums).
Dutch Radio. Combo's. Time 60min.  Play-Video:Quartet Play Play-Play
Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra1990-12-31 (New Year Concert) Incl.Frank Forster and Nina Simone: Happy New Year and Hey-Ba-Ba-Rebop. Play-
The concert begin New Year's Eve on 11.39.50 PM. Source: Radio Sound: B+/A- Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra.(Sorry I don't know who is in the band.)
01. Title 5:27, 02. Title 7:40, 03. Swing in the New Year//Auld Lang Sine (Fade) 9:01,04. The Gangs all herer Medly (fade) 5:52,
05. Don’t get Around Much Anymore 3:07, 06. Mack the Knife 7:30, 07. Hamp's Boogie Woogie/Hey-Ba-Ba-Rebop. 5:49. Time 44 min..
Radio Recording.  Good Sound (V) Windows Mediaplayer.
Frank Foster and The Count Basie Orchestra, Newport Jazz Festival Newport, Rhode Island/USA, 2nd July 1959. Taped from Radio.  Play-

07/23: Benny Goodman Complete 1937 Madhattan Room Broadcasts Volume V.  Play-Vol 4-1 Click -
Martha Tilton (vocals); Mel Allen (spoken vocals); Hymie Schertzer, George Koenig (alto saxophone); Art Rollini, Vido Musso (tenor saxophone);
Harry James, Ziggy Elman, Chris Griffin (trumpet); Red Ballard, Vernon Brown (trombone); Jess Stacy (piano); Allan Reuss (guitar); Harry Goodman (bass).
The Quartet: Benny Goodman (leader, clarinet); Gene Krupa (drums); Lionel Hampton (vibraphone); Teddy Wilson (piano)
07.23: The Beatles: The Get Back Sessions. Time 2.20H. 1969, January 3-16.  Play

07/17: Billie Holiday. Date of death. 1915-1959 . Video.   Play-Radio. 20 songs. Play
07/17: Mat Mathews: Accordion. Mat Mathews, born Mathieu Hubert Wijnandts Schwarts (June 18, 1924 – February 12, 2009) was a Dutch jazz accordionist.
Mathews was born in The Hague. In the early 1950s he moved to the States and became one of the first to play jazz on his buttoned instrument.
As his music didn't become a commercial success, he had to make a living as a studio musician, until he returned, disillusioned, to The Netherlands in the mid 1960s. 
Live At The Carnegie Hall 1953. (Mathews) Claude Noël(p) Herbie Mann(fl) Benny Weeks(g) Percy Heath(b) Kenny Clark(d). Study in Purple. Play-
Bag's Groove.Play-1956. Art Farmer (tp), Gigi Gryce (as), Herbie Mann (fl,ts), Mat Mathews(accordion),Julius Watkins (french horn), Dick Katz (pf),
Joe Puma (g), Oscar Pettiford (b),Kenny Clarke (ds). Not So Sleepy. Play-1957: Straight Ahead.  Joe Puma g, Mat Mathews acc, Oscar Pettiford b,
Shadow Wilson d. Chaes Dean, cl. Joe Ronald Vibes PlayJoe Ronald, Vibraphone. 1920-2009.  Click
Dutch Radio; Track 1 and 2, 1956. Play-Dutch Radio. On min.34. (1953-1956)  Play-
The Millers: Arrangements by Mat Mathews. Eddy Doorenbos, Sanny Day and Pia Beck, vocals. Paul Ruys, p. Coen van Nassou, Vibes. Tony Nüsser, drums. 
I Told Ya I Love Ya (Now Get Out).   Play Route 66.  PlayMore Follow.
1997. The Netherlands, Den Oever. VIDEO.-Blues.PlayAll the things you are.  Play-But not for me.  Play-Max Teawhistle/Mat Mathews,Whisky met ijs..P-

06/25: Dave Brubeck Trio, Guests. Bobby Hackett, Cornet and Benny Goodman. Cl. Rare Unreleased Recording.  1963. 24min.  Play
1: Poor Butterfly 4.13. 2: Sweet Georgia Brown  10.42.  3: On The Sunny Side Of The Street. 8.40. (Track 3 incl. Paul Desmond, altosax).
06/25: Benny Goodman Complete 1937 Manhattan Room Broadcasts Hotel Pennsylvania New York NY. Vol 4 of 6. Play-Part 3/2/1.-Click
1937.10.30.  1937.11.04.Benny Goodman (Cl). Martha Tilton (vocals); Mel Allen (spoken vocals); Hymie Schertzer, George Koenig (alto saxophone);
Art Rollini, Vido Musso (tenor saxophone); Harry James, Ziggy Elman, Chris Griffin (trumpet); Red Ballard, Vernon Brown (trombone); Jess Stacy (piano);
Allan Reuss (guitar); Harry Goodman (bass). Plus the Quartet. Benny Goodman (clarinet); Gene Krupa (drums);Lionel Hampton (vibraphone); Teddy Wilson (piano)
06/25: Dizzy Gillespie. The movie Jivin' in Be-Bop. 57min.   Play-Extra: Dizzy and The Muppets. Play-Play
Jivin' in Be-Bop is a 1947 musical film. It was produced by William D. Alexander and stars Dizzy Gillespie and His Orchestra which included notable
musicians such as bassist Ray Brown, vibraphonistMilt Jackson and pianist John Lewis..
The film also features singers Helen Humes and Kenny "Pancho" Hagood, Master of Ceremonies Freddie Carter, and a group of dancers.[

06/25: Request for Elly. Dutch Singer Soejsa Citroen.Out of Blue < Click left on play.-5 Videos.Play-Audio 30min. Play-
Video. Soesja Citroen, Cees Slinger & John Clayton.1983 Play-John Clayton is now the Director of the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival. Click


06/17: Benny GoodmanComplete 1937 Madhattan Room Broadcasts Hotel Pennsylvania New York NY. Vol 3. PlayVol 1 and 2  Click-
1937.10.23 and 1937.10.27. Martha Tilton (vocals); Mel Allen (spoken vocals); Hymie Schertzer, George Koenig (alto saxophone); Art Rollini, Vido Musso (tenor saxophone); Harry James, Ziggy Elman, Chris Griffin (trumpet); Red Ballard, Vernon Brown (trombone); Jess Stacy (piano); Allan Reuss (guitar);
Harry Goodman (bass).   Quartet: Benny Goodman (clarinet); Gene Krupa (drums); Lionel Hampton (vibraphone); Teddy Wilson (piano)
06/12: Dutch Radio:Erroll Garner at the Dutch Concert Hall, Amsterdam. 1954.-Play-Wait 1 min. and go to min. 59.   Play-
06/12: Duke Ellington the Clown. Rare recording. Zellerbach Auditorium, University Of California, Berkeley, CA 1969-09-29. TT 16min. Play
1. Introductory remarks by Duke Ellington.  2. The Clown.  3. Mingus interview.
This is the only recorded "collaboration" between Duke Ellington and Charles Mingus apart from the "Money Jungle" album. The recording is Duke playing
and narrating "The Clown". Mingus was supposed to conduct Ellington´s orchestra, but chickened out, hiding on the balchony (!)
06/12: Duke Ellington. At The Dorchester Hotel, London, UK. BBC 2 TV Broadcast  May 1974. TT 58min.  Play
Duke,Piano. Harry Carney, Russell Procope, Harold Minerve, Percy Marion, Harold Ashby: Reeds. Money Johnson, Mercer Ellington, Johnny Coles,
Barrie Lee Hall: Trumpets. Vince Prudente, Art Baron, Chuck Connors: Trombones; Joe Benjamin: Bass.  Quentin" Rock'' White: Drums.
06/12: Duke Ellington. De Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands.  October 29, 1971. Radio. TT 38min.  Play
Cootie Williams, Johnny Coles, Mercer Ellington, Eddie Preston, Harold Johnson - trumpet. Chuck Connors, Malcolm Taylor, Booty Wood - trombone.
Russell Procope - alto sax, clarinet.  Harold Minerve - alto sax; Norris Turney, alto sax, flute. Paul Gonsalves, Harold Ashby - tenor sax
Harry Carney - bariton sax; Duke Ellington - piano.  Joe Benjamin - bass; Rufus - drums 

06/11: Benny Goodman. The Complete1937 Manhattan Room Broadcasts. Hotel Pennsylvania New York. Vol 2 of 6.  Play=Vol 1
1937/10/ 20 and21:  Martha Tilton (vocals); Mel Allen (spoken vocals); Hymie Schertzer, George Koenig (alto saxophone); Art Rollini, Vido Musso (tenor sax);
Harry James, Ziggy Elman, Chris Griffin (trumpet); Red Ballard, Vernon Brown (trombone); Jess Stacy (piano); Allan Reuss (guitar); Harry Goodman (bass).
The Quartet: Benny Goodman (clarinet); Gene Krupa (drums); Lionel Hampton (vibraphone); Teddy Wilson (piano). 
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06/09: Lester William Polsfuss (June 9, 1915 – August 12, 2009). known as Les Paul.  97the Birthday.

LES PAUL. 2011 Birthday. 1985, 2004 and 2007 added 2012, June 9
Video: How High The Moon-Video Story: Part 1- Part 2-Part 3CCaravan 1991.  Play-Great Video Mixed.  Play

The Les Paul Trio. NYC, NY; U.S. Fat Tuesday's. 1985. October 7.   Play-
Les Paul: guitar, comments,  Wayne Wright: drums,  Gary Mazzaroppi: bass.
Les Paul Quintet. InIridium Jazz Club, New York, NY, United States. 2004, August 16. Part 1 and 2..Play-No Line-up. min. 20. The A Train +Trombone
Piano Jazz with Marian McPartland.  Avatar Studios USA 1996 and 2002.  Play-Margaret Marian McPartland, OBE (née Turner;[2] born March 20, 1918) is an English-born jazz pianist, composer, writer, and was the host of Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz on National Public Radio until she stepped down on November 10 2011. Les Paul - guitar. Marian McPartland - piano. Paul Nowinski - bass. Lou Pallo - rhythm guitar.  Incl. Marian talk with Les
Les Paul. Marriott West Hotel Pewaukee, WI. 2007, May 10.  Play-
Les Paul, guitar. John Colianni, piano. Lou Pallo. rhythm guitar.  Nikki Parrot, bass. Jon Paris on track 11 & 12.  Unknown vocal on 6, 9.


04: Blues, parts I - III - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 4, 1944 - Disc Album 504.   July 2, 1944. Play
J.J. Johnson, trombone. Illinois Jacquet, Jack McVea, tenor saxes. Les Paul, guitar.Nat King "Shorty Nadine" Cole, piano.
Johnny Miller, bass. Lee Young, drums. (Incl. Lester Leaps In)
04: Lester Leaps In, pts I - III-Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 4, 1944-Disc Album 504.  July 2, 1944. Play-


05: Body and Soul-Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 5, 1944-Mercury/Clef 35006.  July 2, 1944.  Play
J.J. Johnson, trombone. Illinois Jacquet, Jack McVea, tenor saxes. Les Paul, guitar.Nat King "Shorty Nadine" Cole, piano.
Johnny Miller, bass. Lee Young, drums.
05: Rosetta - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 5, 1944 - Mercury/Clef 35006.  July 2, 1944.  Play-
Shorty Sherock, trumpet. Illinois Jacquet, Jack McVea, tenor saxes. Les Paul, guitar.Nat King "Shorty Nadine" Cole, piano.
Johnny Miller, bass. Lee Young, drums. (Incl. Bugle Call Rag)
05: Bugle Call Rag - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 5, 1944 - Mercury/Clef 35006, July 2, 1944.   Play- More JATP >  Click

06/09: Dutch Radio:The Jazz Night. Nice Swing. Play-
06/08: Sonny Rollinsreceives the prestigious Polar Music Prize in a 2007 Stockholm, Sweden ceremony with the King.Carl Gustaf. + Music.  Play
06/07: Dutch Radio:Albert Ammons (1907-1949), Boogie Woogie/Blues. Band and Solo.  Play
06/07: North Sea Jazz Festival 1978: Betty Carter.Part 2: Tenor Batlle. Surprise. Radio. Play-More Tenor Battle. Taped in the hall. Not good sound
06/07: Dutch Radio: Jazz constant with playlist.  Play

06/06: Pianist Ray Bryant dies june 2, age 79.  In Memoriam today. Radio WKCR. Is Over. Play--Newspapers
Video: Afther Hours 1957 (12min).  Play-Billie's Bounce. 1971. (5min)  Play-Ray Bryant mixed. 26 videos.  Play-
Audio: Dutch Radio. 30 min. Play-.30 min. Play-30min. Play-

06/05: Benny Goodman. The Complete1937 Manhattan Room Broadcasts. Vol 1 of 6. Incl: 1 x Trio. 2 x Quartet/Lionel Hampton. 58m.  Play
Martha Tilton (vocals); Mel Allen (spoken vocals); Hymie Schertzer, George Koenig (alto saxophone); Art Rollini, Vido Musso (tenor saxophone); Harry James,
Ziggy Elman, Chris Griffin (trumpet); Red Ballard, Vernon Brown (trombone); Jess Stacy (piano); Allan Reuss (guitar); Harry Goodman (bass). Lionel Hampton, vibes.
Photo Hotel- Photo 1937 - At the Room -

06/01: Jazz At The Philharmonic. Opera In Vout by Slim Gaillard and Bam Brown. Plus all the 10 INCH JATP Discs Albums Click
06/01: Lionel Hampton Big Band. (Decca1942). Hampton (Vibes), Illinois Jacquet (Tenorsax), 1 In the Bag. 2: Flying Home 1: Play-2: Play-
05/31: Lionel Hampton live in concert. Video round 1985. Featering Arnette CobbTenorsaxophone. Part 1-Part 2
05/31: Lionel Hampton at the Montreal Jazz Festival, July 7, 1990.  Part 1- Part 2- Part 3 -Airmail Special, Mack the Knife and Flying Home. 
05/30: Lionel Hampton on V-Disc 1944. Flying Home. Lionel does the intro.  Play-This is my gramophone.  Click (Hans Bebop)
05/30: LIONEL HAMPTON LIVE 1949.   Radio Broadcast AFRS (Armed Forces Radio Service), 30min, 16 INCH 78RPM. Play
05/29: The Lionel Hampton Big Band. Germany 1958. Stuttgart: 1958, January 5 and 6. Lionel Hampton's 4th Europa Tour.
1: The Mess is here.-Play- 2: Our love is here to stay. Play-3: My Preaer.  Play-4: Confirmation. (Parker) Play-5: Almost Paradise:Play-
6: The Move. Play-7: Flying Home: Play-8: Around About Midnight. Play-9: New Orleans Woman. Play110: Hamps Boogie.  Play-
During the fourth Lionel Hampton European tour in1958 was Hampton prohibited performing in the Netherlands.  The reason was severe disorderly conduct
of fans throughout the 1953, 1954 and 1956 concerts.  The performance in 1954 resulted in damage to the Apollo Theater in Amsterdam to the amount of
400,000.00 Dutch Guilders.  Therefore because of the ban to perform in the Netherlands in 1958 Hampton’s concert in Germany is obvious a lot less rowdy.

05/27: Swedish Jazz Combo. Violist Emil Iwring &Guitarist Sven Stiberg and Others.  Hot Club de France Music. 1939-1941.  Play
05/27: Vibraphonist Cal Tjader (1925-1982). Monterey 1959. Great Swing. Incl. Stan Getz (Part1), Al McKibbon, bass. Play

Big Joe Turner (born Joseph Vernon Turner Jr., May 18, 1911 – November 24, 1985 + Count Basie and more Kansas City Members. Wikipedia-
The Last of the Blue Devils, A great documentary.Remember Big Joe Turner and his Friends. Video, during 90min.. Part 1: Play-
Click on the end of a  part on the player or right in the list for the next parts, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.
During Prohibition, Kansas City was wide open, and jazz was its music. Late in the 1970s, musicians of the Pendergast era gather at the union hall to play,
sing, and talk. Some were part of Walter Page's Blue Devils, joined Bennie Moten's band, and stayed with Count Basie's Orchestra. Basie is on hand,
as are Big Joe Turner, Jay McShann, and some of his big band. Highlights include Turner's vocals, McShann's sly piano playing, a drum clinic from
Jo Jones and Baby Lovett, Jimmy Forrest solos, and remembrances of Lester Young and of how Charlie Parker got his nickname. Throughout is the
Kansas City sound: cool and relaxed, blues meeting swing, an afterbeat that calls for dancing.
During Prohibition, Kansas City was wide open, and jazz was its music. Late in the 1970s, musicians of the Pendergast era gather at the union hall to play,
sing, and talk. Some were part of Walter Page's Blue Devils, joined Bennie Moten's band, and stayed with Count Basie's Orchestra. Basie is on hand, as are
Big Joe Turner, Jay McShann, and some of his big band. Highlights include Turner's vocals, McShann's sly piano playing, a drum clinic from Jo Jones and
Baby Lovett, Jimmy Forrest solos, and remembrances of Lester Young and of how Charlie Parker got his nickname. Throughout is the Kansas City sound:
cool and relaxed, blues meeting swing, an afterbeat that calls for dancing.

05/16: Dutch Radio:Jazz Night.Modernaires, Meltones, Manhattan Tr. Ray Charles Choir, Four Freshmen, Clark Sisters, McGuire Sisters,,Fontane Sisters.  Play

05/14: Snooky Young, 92-year-old jazz trumpeter, dies. Play by Lionel Hampton. Newspapers-
Videos:  1937Hampton- 1938Hampton-<<Audio Video>>  Doc Severinsen  Doc Severinsen -  1960Basie-1989Basie Orch.
05/14: Dutch Radio: 13 Broadcasts. Musica Maluku. Krontjong to Indo Rock from the Molukken Dutch Ned Indië. Click

05/10: Dutch Radio: Traditional Jazz. Cornettist Red Nichols (1905-1965). Music 1925-1927.  Play
05/10: Dutch Radio: Holiday for Hipsters with playlist. Music from the years 30, 40 and 50.  PlayTime 60 min.
 

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05/07: Dutch Radio: Edmond Hall Celestial Quartet.
Edmond Hall Clarinet, Meade "Lux" Lewis Celeste/Celesta(Wikipedia) Charlie Christian, El Guitar. Israel Crosby, Bass. Track 1-4 -Play
Track 5-8. With Teddy Wilson, Piano. Red Norvo, Vibes. 1944. Track 9-13. With Harry Carney, Bariton Sax. Benny Morton, Trombone
Track 14-16. Alternative Take from 1-4, 5-8 and 9-13.

05/02: Dutch Radio Jazz Night. First hour 78RPM. Track 3, Peterson's first recording. Duke Ellington. Cleo Laine. Mel Tormé. Oliver Nelson. Terry Gibbs.  Play
 

Concerts at the Blues Allay.  Blues Allay-The Blue Note Jazz Club. Blue Note -

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The Duke and Ray Nance and Duke's Autograph. 1950, Sweden.  Collection Carl-Gustaf Sweden
Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington (April 29, 1899 – May 24, 1974)   Wikipedia
April 30 more Duke Ellington.
Duke Ellington .Celebration. Bart Egers posted to me the 1970 Video Ellington in Italië and. Diminuendo And Crescendo In Blue 1951.
1937: Diminuendo And Crescendo In Blue.  Play -Another Version with Paul Consalves. Play -
1951: Duke Ellington at Birthland. 1951, June 30. Diminuendo And Crescendo In Blue. Paul Gonzalves Tenorsax. Play by Live At Birdland
Or click here.Play -         Video. Play -Year ?
Diminuendo And Crescendo In Blue at The Newport Jazz Festival 1956, July 8. Play -
1956: (2014, April 30) Duke Ellington At The Newport Jazz Festival Play -Full Album.
1956: (2014, April 30)  Play - Paul Consalves. Here a really rare recording from just 3 weeks after the famous 1956 Newport Jazz Festival. 
Here he plays well 37 consecutive choruses The longest Gonsalves' solo ever recorded!   1956, July 28.
1958: Duke Ellington 1958. VIDEO. The Mooche. Play- Diminuendo And Crescendo In Blue. Paul Gonzalves Tenorsax.Play-(Sorry, Out)
AMSTERDAMConcerthall The Netherlands. Duke Ellington (Piano), Jimmy Woode (Bass), Sam Woodyard (Drums), Ozzie Bailey (Vocal.
Trumpets: Cat Anderson, Harold “Shorty” Baker, Ray Nance (Trumpet, Violin, Vocal), Clark Terry.
Trombones: Quentin Jackson, John Sanders (Valve Trombone), Britt Woodman.
Reeds: Johnny Hodges (Alto Sax), Russell Procope (Alto Sax, Clarinet), Paul Gonsalves (Tenor Sax), Jimmy Hamilton (Tenor Sax, Clarinet)
Harry Carney (Baritone Sax, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet) Include: Paul Gonsalves Diminuendo And Crescendo In Blue.

1956-1970: Duke Ellington:The Private Collection. Vol 1:  Play-Vol 2:-PlayVol 3. Play --Vol 4:  Play -    Vol 5.  Play -
Vol 6: Play-Part 7: Play-  Part 8:  Play   Part 9:  Play-Part 10. Play Wikipedia
Studio Sessions, Chicago 1956 is the first volume of The Private Collection a series documenting recordings made by American pianist, composer and bandleader Duke Ellington for his personal collection which was first released on the LMR label in 1987 and later on Saja.
1957: Rare Ellington recording. Unknown on LP/CD. Tapet from radio. Sound V  Play-
1) DUKE ELLINGTON ALLSTARS. Tonight Show Telecast From the Hickory House, 1957-04-23.
Johnny Hodges, Harry Carney, Duke Ellington, Oscar Pettiford, Max Roach.
2) DUKE ELLINGTON ORCHESTRA. Live at Newport Jazz Festival, Newport-US, 1962-07-08
1959: Duke Ellington.  Play -  TV Switzerland. 1959.
1959: Duke Ellington & His Orchestra. Zurich (Switzerland), Kongresshaus. October 9, 1959. Play-Lil Greenwood - vocals on #4, #5, #6, #7) Broadcast 1999.
1963:TV.November 14, 1963 in Khuld Hall, Baghdad, Iraq. 76min. Play - Cured, 2012, April 29.:
Cootie Williams, Rolf Ericson, Herbie Jones, Cat Anderson, trumpets, Lawrence Brown, Chuck Connors, Buster Cooper,trombones; Johnny Hodges,
Russell Procope, Jimmy Hamilton, Paul Gonsalves, Harry Carney, reeds; Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, piano; Ernie Shepard,bass; Sam Woodyard, drums.
The songs are: Afro-Bossa; Stompin' at the Savoy; Guitar Amour; Perdido; Honeysuckle Rose; Tutti for Cootie; Kinda Dukish /Rockin' in Rhythm;
I Got It Bad; Things Ain't What They Used To Be; The Eighth Veil; Hits Medley [Satin Doll, Solitude, Don't Get Around Much Anymore, Mood Indigo,
I'm Beginning To See the Light, Sophisticated Lady, Caravan, Do Nothin’ 'Till You Hear from Me, I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart & Don't Get Around Much Anymore]; Diminuendo in Blue/Blow by Blow; Lush Life; Take the "A" Train .
The sound and video have a few blemishes here and there, but overall, it’s a great concert.
1962: (2014 April 30) Duke Ellington&Charles Mingus Play -  Money Jungle full jazz album  1962, September 17. 
1964: (2014 April 30) Duke Ellington. Play - Montreal 1964.
1970: Duke Ellington & His Orchestra. Italië Video 40min.  Click and Play -
1971: Duke Ellington & His Orchestra. Doelen Rotterdam, The Netherlands.October 29, 1971.Play
1999: The Ellington Legacy Orchestra. Aarau (CH). April 17, 1999.  Play
Benny Bailey, Barry Lee Hall, Wayne Bargeron - trumpet. Petar Ugrin - trumpet, violin. Art Baron, Britt Woodman, Buster Cooper - trombone
Fritz Renold - alto sax, clarinet. Bobby Watson - alto sax. John La Porta - tenor sax, clarinet. Tommy Smith - tenor sax 
Bernd Konrad - baritone sax. Aaron Bell - piano. John Lamb - bass. Charlie Persip - drums. Bill Berry - conductor
Tribute: Dave Brubeck (Age 88) International Jazz Festival Carhartt Amphitheatre.  2009-09-05. Duke Ellington Medley.   Play
Dave Brubeck, Piano Bobby Militello, sax/flute.  Randy Jones, drums.  Michael Moore, bass. Part 1.
Guests tracks 3 and 4: Chris Brubeck, Trombone. Dan Brubeck, Drums. Mike DeMicco, Guitar. Chuck Lamb, Piano. Peter "Madcat" Ruth, Harmonica. Part 2.
1987:Mercer Ellington and theDuke Ellington Band.PlayTJazz Festival at the Berlin Philharmonic on Nov 5, 1987. Mercer Kennedy Ellington 
(Nov 3, 1919- Aug 2, 1996), son of the composer, pianist and bandleader Duke Ellington, plays golden oldies of his father with the Ellington Orchestra.

04/25: Jazz At The Phiharmonic All Stars. + Ella Fitzgerald. 1956 (Unkwown) 2.20H. Mediaplayer. JATP
And JATP with John Coltrane,  Stan Getz, Oscar Peterson and More.Rare broadcast. Tapet for Radio.
04/25: Stan Getz at the North Sea Jazz Festival. Tapet in the Hall. Stan Getz (ts), Kenny Barron (p), Rufus Reid (b) Victor Lewis (d).
Stan Getz (ts), Kenny Barron (p), Rufus Reid (b) Victor Lewis (d:. North Sea jazz Festival 12th July 1987
1. Unknown (fades in) 2. Soul Eyes. 3. Unknown. 4. Yesterdays.  Play  Time 40min.
04/23: BBC: Mel Torme & George Shearing  with the BBC Big Band.  Royal Festival Hall, London December 1991.  Play
Reel-to-reel recordings, re-activated by the recent refurbishment of my Teac A-2300SD. Radio Broadcast.  Unknown on LP/CD. H.Bebop.
04/23: Thelonious Monk, Oscar Peterson, Louis Armstrong  and J.J.Johnson in Sweden. 4 Radio Broadcasts. >>  Sweden

04/22: Dutch Radio: Trumpetist Clifford Brown. Part 1:  PlayPart 2:  Play- Part 3:  Play- Part 4:  Play-

Jazz At The Phiharmonic All Stars. + Ella Fitzgerald. 1956 (Unkwown) 2.20H. Mediaplayer. JATP
And JATP with John Coltrane,  Stan Getz, Oscar Peterson and More. Rare broadcast. Tapet on Radio.
 
 

--------------------------------More Lionel Hampton.


01/16: 74th anniversary Benny Goodman's 1938 famous Carnegie Hall Concert.  Click-
The Benny Goodman Big Band. 60min. The 2 Jam Sessions with Members of the Count Basie and Duke Ellington Band.
The Quartet: Benny Goodman, Teddy Wilson, Lionel Hampton and Gene Krupa. 15 x Sing Sing Sing. (Goodman and Others).
Extra: Benny Goodman Radio, 20 tracks. Plus Lionel Hampton 2 x and Count Basie. Plus Lionel Hampton, age 88 and 89.

04/11: The antithesis of Jazz AT The Philharmonic. The Buck Clayton Jam sessions. The Huckle-Buck.20min.Play-Robbin's Nest.15min.Play-
Buck Clayton, Joe Newman (trumpet), Urbie Green, Henderson Chambers (trombone), Lem Davis (alto sax), Julian Dash (tenor sax),
Charles Fowlkes (baritone sax), Freddie Green (guitar), Sir Charles Thompson (piano), Walter Page (bass), Jo Jones (drums).
More 1953/1954 Buck Clayton Jam Session. Don`t be that way.Play-Undecided-Play-Blue Moon.Play-

04/09: Dutch Radio: Benny Goodman 1958 Expo Brussel. Part 2.. Benny Goodman & Bobby Gutesha, Trombone,. USA.  Play
04/09: Belgium Radio: Benny Goodman:Unknown recordings of the Benny Goodman Orchestra 1958 Expo in Brussels.
Jam session atmosphere. With great members. On the player. *, **, or***. Click on *, **, or *** and than on *** for the best sound. Play
Charles Phillip Thompson(born Springfield, Ohio, 21 March 1918) Age now 93. Tokyo, 2010 Dec. 23. Robbin's Nest. Play

04/02: From Florida, posted by Sophia. This is a video of unprofessional street singers from around the world
being recorded, overlaid, and mixed with one another while singing the song "Stand By Me".  Play
04/02: Dutch Radio: Holiday for Hipsters. Playlist on the player.  Play

03/27: Dutch Radio:For Benjamin Francis Webster's  92nd birthday. (March 27, 1909–September 20, 1973). 5 LP's/CD's. Play

03/26:LCJCenter: For James Moody's 75th birthday, colleagues Jimmy Heath, Tito Puente, Kenny Barron, and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra joined James Moody in a concert celebration. The beloved saxophonist and flautist has been a mainstay on the jazz scene
for over half a century. Featured tunes: "Manteca," "Giant Steps" and "Moody's Mood for Love. Written by Peter Keepnews. 2004.  Play

03/24: Dutch Radio: Trombonist Eddie Bert (1922), Part 1. Wikipedia
Eddie BertQuintet and Quartet.  Play-Video. Moten Swing.More Videos.  Play
He started with Red Norvo and played with Stan Kenton, Charles Mingus and Thelonious Monk.
 

--------- -----Autographe: CollectionCarl-Gustaf Sweden
03/15: Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic.14 x 10 inch 78 RPM JATP Albums of the Fourties. Photo/Videos. Great Music. Click

03/15: Dutch Radio: Thore Ehrling & Swedish Swing Swingers1935-1937.  Play

--Autographe from his visit in Uppsala Sweden 1958, written on a ticket. Collection Carl-Gustaf Sweden
03/14:Joe Morello Broadcast: Radio WKCR. 3PM New York Time. 8h Dutch Time. SORRY IT'S FAULT. More for you.  Videos
03/13: Jazz Drummer Joe Morello dies at 82  Joe Morello, the longtime drummer of the Dave Brubeck Quartet,
one of the most popular jazz combos of the '50s and '60s, has died. He was 82.
Family members told the Associated Press that Morello died at his home in northern New Jersey on March 12.
Newspapers-NPR:Click-Video 1964 in Belgium.  Take Five -More videos.  Click-

03/12: Dutch Radio: Holiday for Hipsters. With Playlist.   Play

03/10: Birthday Broadcast. 24 hours. Bix Beiderbecke. Is Out.
Leon Bismark "Bix" Beiderbecke (March 10, 1903 – August 6, 1931) was an American jazz cornetist, jazz pianist, and composer. Out !
More:  Bix Beiderbecke. (1903-3-10/1931-8-6) was an American jazz cornetist and, jazz pianist..Bio
Rebroadcasts from 2001.USA Radio. Part 1/19 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19
03/03: Dutch Radio: Fantastic  6 hours Jazz Night. Incl. Lionel Hampton's first concert of his 1953 tour. See the playlist.  Click
Incl. Gene Ammons,Ben Webster & Buck Clayton, live concert. Lionel Hampton live in Sweden.

03/01: Concert for the Americas: Frank Sinatra. Incl. Buddy Rich. 1982/08/20 in the Dominican Republic. Wikipedia-85min. Play-Video
03/01: Swingtime Collection Video: Count Basie. 20min. Part 1-2: Play-Play-Lionel Hampton.15min.Play-Duke Ellington.14min. Play-
03/01: Boy! What a Girl !.Complet movie (1947) Tim Moore, Slam Stewart, Deek Watson, Gene Krupa.  70min.  Play-

02/26: Dutch Radio:Art Farmer, trumpet.Play
02/26: Dutch Radio: Holiday for Hipsters. Rare Hey! Ba-Ba-Rebop Lionel Hampton, Shearing, Monk, Hawkins, Goodman, Chet Baker, Slim Gaillard.Play


THE LIONEL HAMPTON JAZZ FESTIVAl 2011, February 23-26. Click

Singer Ruth Jacott and the Dutch Metropole Orchestra.  A Tribute To Billie Holiday 2.Play   Part 1: 40min.  Febr. 4. Play-
02/17: Dutch TV:Chaka Khan & The Dutch Metropole Orchestra. 2010. Play-

02/14: Sir George Shearing, Gentle Jazz Piano Icon, Has Died. Age 91.
Newspapers:  Click- NPR Radio Blog: Click-Lullebay of Birdland Video.  Play-With The MJQ. Play and More videos
02/16: More George Shearing.  Play

02/12: Dutch Radio Jazz Night. Incl: Benny Goodman/Lionel Hampton/Slam Stewart and Others. Min. 9. Play

02/12: Dutch Radio: New York Blues.  Play

02/04: Dutch Radio: Gerry Mulligan's Concert Jazz Band live. Part 1: 1960/1961. Play-

--
Little Jazz, trumpet and Plip Philips, tenor at JATP Photo and Autographe. Collection Carl-Gustaf Sweden
(January 30, 1911 – February 26, 1989), nicknamed "Little Jazz.
02/02: Portrait of Little Jazz: A Centennial Tribute to Roy Eldridge. 60min. Click left on Play Episode
02/02: NPR Radio: Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz. Guest Roy Eldridge. 1978. Play-Wikipedia- Videos-

02/02: NPR Radio: Von Freeman, sax versus Ed Peters, sax.  Live. 2011,  january 1. Play
02/02: NPR Radio: Von Freeman in Germany. 2010, April 20. Age 87.  PlayWikipedia

02/01: Ducht Radio: Jazz Night. Stan Getz. 5 LP's/CD's- 1951 to 1987.  Play-


01/16: 73rd anniversary Benny Goodman's 1938 famous Carnegie Hall Concert.  Click-
The Benny Goodman Big Band. 60min. The 2 Jam Sessions with Members of the Count Basie and Duke Ellington Band.
The Quartet: Benny Goodman, Teddy Wilson, Lionel Hampton and Gene Krupa. 15 x Sing Sing Sing. (Goodman and Others).
Extra: Benny Goodman Radio, 20 tracks. Plus Lionel Hampton 2 x and Count Basie. Plus Lionel Hampton, age 88 and 89.

01/25: Dutch Radio: Duke Ellington in the Jazz Night.  Play-Wait 2-3min. and go to min. 2.22.  Great Music.
This is a 1957 relaxing live recording of a dance in middle-of-nowhere Pennsylvania. Playlist on the player.
01/25: Dutch Radio: Erroll Garner at the Dutch Concert Hall, Amsterdam. 1954.-Play-Wait 1 min. and go to min. 59.   Wikipedia-
01/25: Dutch Radio: Erroll Garner.  7PM: The radio broadcast did not hear. Follow over 2 or 3 weeks

Autographe: Dave in Sweden. Collection  Carl-Gustaf Sweden
01/20: Radio Belgium: Dave Brubeck:Essen Grugahalle, Germany 1960. Released 15 sept 2010. Play
St. Louis blues, One moment worth years, Blue Rondo a la Turk, Unknown song, Sound of the loop, I'm in a dancing mood.
In the Broadcast more. Incl: Carnegie Hall 1063, Take Five (snel). On the payer by Kwalitet. Click on ***, **, or *, than on *** for the best sound.
Scottish TV Edinburg:Dave Brubeck and the Scottish National Orchestra. 56min, on YouTube. Play
The Lincoln Jazz Center. Not on CD. Dave Brubeck in Concert. 2009, July 2.   Play-
The Lincoln Jazz Center. Not on CD. Dave Brubeck Octet. 2005.  Play

01/12: Dutch Local Radio Katwijk. (Jazz) Play  First 2 min. Dutch radio journal.

01/12: I Love Supreme Complet: John Coltrane.Play

01/08: Duke Ellington at the Farco Ballroom 1940. Dance evening. For the first time on LP 1980.  Play-

01/02: Freddie Hubbard passed away at the Sherman Oaks Hospital in California. Age 70.
Videos:  Click-With Lionel Hampton and All Stars. (Solo) Play-Part 2: Play-With Art Blakey. Click

01/01: Dutch Radio. Holiday for Hipsters. With Playlist.  Play

  --Collection. Carl-Gustaf Sweden
12/30: Billy Taylor, a leading jazz pianist, composer and artistic director for jazz at the Kennedy Center since 1994, died of heart failure Tuesday in New York, reports Reuters. He was 89.  Newpapers- Videos

12/29: The Night of Jimi Hendrix. Request for John. Play

Photo Collection  Carl-Gustaf Sweden
12/10: James Moody Dies.  Newspapers-With Lionel Hampton.  Play-Play-James vocal.
10 videos.  Click-Moody's website with videos -Interview-Arts Journal --More James Moody audio -
Autographe: Dave in Sweden. Collection  Carl-Gustaf Sweden
12/06: BBC: Jamie Cullum. For Dave Brubeck's 90th Birthday Today.  Play
12/06: The Lincoln Jazz Center. Dave Brubeck in Concert. 2010, March 25.  Play
12/06: The Lincoln Jazz Center. Dave Brubeck Octet. 2005. Play

12/03: Dutch Radio: Holiday for Hipsters. With Playlist.  Play

11/25: Jazz Award for Sonny Rollins (80) at the Netherlands Amsterdam Concertgebouw.  Dutch TV 11/24.
See right  Text is Dutch and English. TV News.    Video 9min interview, English..
My First LP's of Sonny Rollins. St Thomas.  Play

11/25: Here is a fantastic blog of Chris Albertson. Members of the Lionel Hampon Band
and Swedish All StarsJam Session. Lionel Hampton's first Europe Tour 1953. Stockholm.
Indiana. 25min.  Play- Perdido 8 min. and All the Things You Are 11min. Play

11/19: Dutch Radio: Coleman Hawkins Quartet in the London House, Chicago 1963. Play

11/15: Dutch Radio: Conte Candoli/Bill Holman Quintet. 1955.  Play
11/13: Dutch Radio: Traditional Jazz: Ted Lewis. Part 1. 1917-1922 Play
11/13: Dutch Radio: Belgian altsaxophonist Mike Zinzen.  Play

11/11: Wally Gator Watson, drummer for theLionel Hampton Band in the eighties and 2002-2010
for the Lionel Hampton New York Big Band. Dead in september 2010.
-
2012, November 9. Memorial. Part 3; Incl. Music.  Play-With Christian Fabian Bass. Play- Play-
Wally "Gator' Watson at home with Lionel Hampton. 2002.

2004 Festival Winners: Benjamin Walden, 12-year-old Harmonica Player from MacDonald Elementary, Moscow, Idaho.
Cristian Fabian, bass and Wally "Gator" Watson, drums. (Hampton's New York Big Band).
In Memorial Videos: Interview:Play-  Part 1:  Play-Part 2: Play-Part 3 With music.  Play-Clinic.Play-
Condolences:  Click-Interviews. Ron Aprea, Lionel Hampton Engish. Wally Gator Watson Dutch. Click-Wally's Site,  Click-
His last e-mail to me.2010, April 7. Hi Hans, sorry to inform you that Bill Bergacs has died a few months ago.
Phil is doing OK. I am fine also. Good to hear from you. Wally.

11/08: Jazz from 18 years The London Jazz Festival.  Play

11/07: Lars Erstrand from Sweden Vibes. He was inspired by Lionel Hampton.WikipediaAudio/Video/Play-
+Teddy Wilson 1970.PlayRare 1972 Video+ Benny Goodman at a home-1-2-3--1976-Last solo in his live -In Memoriam -

11/04: Lionel Hampton'sMusic. 1924 -1938.Click

10/31: North Sea Jazz Festival 1979.Tenor Battle.Great session from 1979 Here with Arnett Cobb andBuddy Tate. Hank Jones piano, Gene Ramsey Bass and Gus Johnson Drums She got it ! Part 1-2


-  -
Sweden 1953. Autograph Collection Carl Gustaf.
Music in Sweden: Clifford Brown,  Art Farmer and the Swedish All Stars. > Carl-Gustaf Sweden
10/30: Dutch Radio. Clifford Brown.  Part 1: Play-Part 2.  Play-Part 3.  Play-Part 4. Play-Wikipedia

10/29: Newport Jazz Festival 2010. Jon Faddis Quintet.  NPR Radio. 68min. Play-
Jon Faddis, trumpet; David Hazeltine, piano; Kiyoshi Kitagawa, bass; Dion Parson, drums; Alioune Faye, percussion.

10/25: Broadcasts from 1975-1980: TheDave Brubeck Story.  The Lionel Hampton Story.
The Red Norvo Story. With Brubeck 4 parts , Hampton 2 parts and Norvo 1part Guest in the studio.
Benny Goodman. Part 1 with the Orchestra, The Quartet (Hampton) and the Sextet. (Christian)  Click

10/25: Wynton Marsalisat the Lincoln Jazz Center Orchestrain Glascow England 2010. Play

Sweden,Stockholm. Mid fifties. Collection  Carl-Gustaf Sweden
From Dutch Radio. Part 1. Play-Part 2: Play-Part 3: Play-: Part 4  Play
With Teddy Wilson Trio and Art Tatum Trio.  Play--1988 Play- -
VIDEOS: 1987     1997 -Count Basie Orchestra. Guest Benny Carter
Jazz At The Philharmonic Studio Sessions. Benny Carter played on Disc 1 and 2. With playlist.  Play

10/19: Dutch Radio: Holiday for Hipsters. With Playlist. Play- Nice Swing.

10/16: Dutch Radio: Holiday for Hipsters.Play
10/16: Dutch Radio: Holiday for Hipsters.  Play
10/16: Dutch Radio: The Johnny Hodges Octet in Berlin 1961. Introduction Norman Granz. Play
Wait 2 -5 min. and to push to min.1.58 for part 1 and part 2.

10/10: New: The Hands from Lionel Hampton 1987. Click
10/10: New: Program Book Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival 1999 and more from the Festival. Click

10/01: Lionel Hampton's Stardust. 1947 Just Jazz, 1954/1978, Dutch. 1956, Germany. Others. - Click
10/01: Dutch Radio: Spinning the Blues.   Play-

09/28: Introduce by Cris Zuurbier, Holland. Terry Pollard (P/Vibes) andTerry Gibbs. Great fun. Play

ARCHIVE: Radio WKRC not. BBC 1 week. Dutch Radio (The Concertzender) 3-4 years.


102nd Birthday of Lionel Hampton. Click


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Robert Parker:Jazz Classics in stereo. Robert Noel Parker (24 December 1936 – 30 December 2004) was an Australian sound engineer,
jazz expert and broadcaster, well known for his radio series Jazz Classics in Digital Stereo.
Part 1: Intro Video. Play - <<Play First.
Part 2: Early New Orleans Musicians.  Play --Part 3. Jazz History.  Play--Part 4: Early Chicago Jazz.  Play-
Part 5: Louis Armstrong and Bix Beiderbecke.  Play-Part 6: The Blues.  Play-
Part 7::Regional Rare Jazz. Play-Part 8 and 9: New York City Jazz.  Play-Play-
Part 10: Edward Kennedy 'Duke' Ellington. Play-Part 11: Fletcher Henderson:  Play
Part 12: Benny Goodman: Play  Part 13-Fats Waller.  Play -14: Rare Regional Jazz. Play -
Part 15:Edward Duke Ellington. Play -Part 16: The small Bands. Play -

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Toot-Ingrid (My Sister) has made a little golden sculpture and has given it to Hamp.-Website
The Netherlands: Maastricht 1992. Right, Hans Bebop, your webmaster, 2006.
2010, January 22. For my Sister's 70th Anniversary.
Lionel Hampton Juke Box. 300 tracks. Play
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2008, April:  6 LP's from Jazz At The Philharmonic.
Dutch Radio Archive: Click: Sweden Site  or the  JATP Site
 


 



Jam Session
The Complete Studio Norman Granz Jam Sessions. 5 CD's.  Play


2010

06/11: Dutch Radio: Tommy Landnier, trumpet (1900-1939), Sidney Bechet, Mezz Mezzrow, James P.Johnson.Play.
06/10:Lionel Hampton and his All Star Band at the North Sea Jazz Festival 1978.
06/10-:Part 1-Hey! Ba-Ba-Rebop with the Hampton shuffle -In the Mood -
05/29: Jazz Night. Booker Ervin, Wes Montgomery, Jackie McLean, Art Blakey, Jimmy Hamilton,
Cannonballr Adderley, Bud Powell, Oliver Nelson.  Play
05/29: The forgotten Tenorsaxophnist\par Buck Hill (1927).  Play
05/02: Lester Young.Play
 
 

1955: Autograph Flip Phillips. Collection  Carl-Gustaf Sweden .
ClickArchives-----Lionel Hampton

04/16: The USA Jazz Night. Playlist on the player.  Play
04/07: Jazz At The Philharmic Stan Getz/John Coltrane. 1960. Lionel Hampton 1993  video's. Germany.Click
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Lionel Hampton and Jean-Louis Bompoint.


My Swedish Jazz Brother/Friend Carl-Gustaf.
Hello Hans my jazz and drummerfriend
Here is a photo from the mid 60s when I played drums in the Swedish popband The Weepers
My wonderful red Trixon drums. Inspired by Lionel Hampton
I remember that two of my drums was broken so I had to borrow one yellow and one white from a friend
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Hans Bebop, drums. Jerry Mertens, Vibes. Klaas de Wit, Bass.
Scheveningen/The Hague: 1958, December


My First litlle Band, 1956.
Wim van Baalen, piano. Klaas de Wit, bass. Hans Bebop, drums.


2004, February

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Hans Bebop (webmaster).
 


Lionel Hampton Jazz festival 2004: Outstanding Big Band
Rossland Secondary School Band from Rossland, British Columbia.

Lionel Hampton Part 2:

Lionel Hampton 2002. Click
The 2003- 2010 Lionel Hampton Jazz  Festivals and Lionel Hampton in 2002.
Hamp died on 2002 August 31. Reports. The Funeral, etc.

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