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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.
Sting, Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland welcome Bono on "Invisible Sun" in this 1986 Amnesty International benefit concert.
The Polish violinist and his electric quintet, featuring adventurous vocalist Urszula Dudziak, make their Statside debut in this 1974 set.
The Animals' main man updated his sound for the '90s, but classics like "House of the Rising Son" were still down and dirty.
The singer-songwriter, who just turned 63, performs her bittersweet hit song about teenage angst, "At Seventeen," in this 1976 concert.
The late flutist-composer and world music pioneer performs a reggae remake of his 1962 signature song "Comin' Home Baby" with his sextet.
Joan & the Blackhearts rock the Ritz on New Years Eve in 1981, featuring their own hits as well as great covers of "Rebel, Rebel" and "Summertime Blues."
Before he formed The News, the soulful singer and harmonica player fronted the Bay Area band Clover. See them in a '75 Winterland set.
After an inspired rendition of "Closer Walk with Thee," the gospel star is joined on stage by Louis Armstrong himself at '70 Newport.