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With the release of Blow By Blow, it became clear that Beck could head in any direction he wanted. This instrumental show from '75 is nothing short of incredible.
B.B. King introduces the Delta bluesman and great guitarist, who passed away on this day in 1992, in this solo concert from 1974.
The longtime P-Funk keyboardist turns 70 today. See him perform "Red Hot Mama" with his band the Woo Warriors at Woodstock '99.
The late, great Danish bassist Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen died on this day in 2005. Hear him with the Oscar Peterson trio in 1981.
The late legendary Louisiana bluesman, who would've turned 90 today, shifts from guitar to fiddle to blues harp in this '96 set from New York.
The two guitar greats reprise their intimate chemistry from 1976's Sargasso Sea in this 1980 set from the Great American Music Hall.
The iconoclastic singer-songwriter-guitarist-activist-poet performs tunes from Dilante and covers Prince's "When Doves Cry" in this 1996 set.
The visionary composer-performer explores the power of the human voice in this daring 1985 show that is entirely sans instruments.
The irreverent pianist-composer-bandleader mixes humor and free playing with lush harmonies and heady themes in this 1978 set.
The Chicago blues guitar hero plays scintillating versions of "Mustang Sally" and his signature song, "Damn Right, I've Got the Blues."
The Mahavishnu Orchestra keyboardist turns 66 today. Hear him perform his composition "Sister Andrea" in this 1973 M.O. concert.