Slow version 1973. Percy Humphrey tp, Jim Robinson tb, Willie Humphrey cl, Sing Miller p, Allan Jaffe tu, Cie Frazier d.
2 г. назад
Louis Armstrong & Mahalia Jackson - Just A Closer Walk With Thee Recorded Live: 7/10/1970 - Newport Jazz Festival - Newport, RI More Louis Armstrong & Mahalia Jackson at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
3 г. назад
Interesante, magistral e inspiracional interpretación del clásico espiritual. Lo que ocurre a partir del 6:38 es, simplemente, la extensión del alma de los interpretes. Celebrable!
9 г. назад
http://www.onenawlins.com For more history on this wonderful and unique culture please visit and my website listed above. A traditional New Orleans Jazz Funeral for the late New Birth tuba player Kerwin James. He died in Oct. 2007. Alot of viewers have been asking whats the reason for the rocking of the casket, it's so he can dance one last time. Please subscribe . ONE CITY ONE LOVE ONENAWLINS!!!
6 г. назад
From the PBS Special "'Take Me to the River'' featuring The Cincinatti Pops Orchestra with The Preservation Hall Jazz Band
7 г. назад
Chris Barber - Live in Sesjun 1997 Chris Barber: trombone, vocals John Crocker: clarinet Pat Halcox: trumpet, vocals Vic Pitt: upright bass Paul Sealey: guitar, banjo John Slaughter: guitar Alan 'Stickey' Wickett: drums Ian Wheeler: clarinet, saxophone, harmonica Also visit: http://www.youtube.com/user/BigChrisBarberBand
6 г. назад
Preservation Hall Jazz Band, with Marcia Ball. Guthrie Theater Minneapolis Mn. March 14th 2011. The 50-year-old New Orleans institution recorded its landmark album "Sweet Emma Barrett & Her Preservation Hall Band" in 1964 at the old Guthrie Theater. For many years, leader/tuba player Ben Jaffe, son of the the couple who opened Preservation Hall in the Crescent City in 1961, has wanted to pay tribute to that breakthrough album. Marcia Ball was on board to take Barrett's role as PHJB recreates "Sweet Emma Barrett"
4 г. назад
Another presentation to the Epsom & Ewell U3A Classic Jazz Group - 5 June 2013 The first successful revival of early jazz started in San Francisco in 1939 with Lu Watters Yerba Buena Jazz Band. They revived the music of King Oliver with their own lively interpretation, which became known as 'Frisco Jazz. It could be argued that a revival was in New Orleans, or even in wartime England. However, there is no doubt that the high energy Frisco jazz was the most important in reviving Dixieland jazz which was by then being rapidly forgotten and replaced by swing etc. The revival led on to Traditional Jazz becoming the British pop music of the late 50s and early 60s - and that is probably when many of us started to love jazz music. Today we will explore 'Frisco jazz and the musicians - Lu Watters, Turk Murphy, Bob Helm, Bob Scobey, Wally Rose and Clancey Hayes among others. Not only did they revive jazz, but ragtime as well - Wally Rose, pianist, made some great ragtime records, long before The Sting movie and Joshua Rifkin.
2 г. назад
http://KEXP.ORG presents Preservation Hall Jazz Band performing live in the KEXP studio. Recorded April 11, 2015. Songs: Go To The Mardi Gras Come With Me I Think I Love You Yellow Moon Host: Greg Vandy Audio Engineer: Jackson Long & Craig Walker Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Janelle Delia & Justin Wilmore Editor: Justin Wilmore http://www.preservationhalljazzband.com/ http://kexp.org
1 г. назад
We reunite with our good friend and wonderful Cuban pianist Ernan Nussa next week in Havana! Check out a clip of "El Manicero" recorded at the Hall during Midnight Preserves earlier this year. Enjoy! #PHJBCuba