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The Bronx-born rapper performs his classics like "Ego Trippin," "Black Elvis" and "R.I.P. Dr. Octagon" in this 2009 concert from San Francisco.
The jazz guitar legend, who was born on this day in 1923, showcases his unparalleled chops on "Naptown Blues" and "Goin' Out of My Head."
The Cambridge, Massachusetts group performs "Mule Skinner Biues," "Gone Home" and a bluegrass version of the Beatles' "Paperback Writer."
Soul revivalists conjure up an old school Memphis vibe on "Catch This Teardrop" and "Got To Get Back" (featuring iconic soul singer Otis Clay).
Haight Ashbury resident Joe Crane leads the San Francisco funk band on "Lotta Fine Mama" and tunes from The Barbecue of DeVille in '75.
Hear the Philly-based guitarist-singer-songwriter perform his paean to basketball, "Shooting Hoops," along with the bluesy 'Baby's Got Sauce."
The Delta bluesman showcases his rough-hewn vocals and National steel guitar on "Single Man Blues," "Po' Boy" and "Shake "Em on Down."
The group from the Georgia Sea Islands of South Carolina performs spirituals and folk tunes like "We Shall Overcome" and "I Am a Soldier."
The great pianist is joined by drummer Philly Joe Jones and bassist Eddie Gomez on Evans classics like "Very Early" and "Some Other Time."
The late guitarist, who passed away on this day in 2012, unleashes hot licks with his band, with Gamma and with the Edgar Winter Group.
On this day in 1931, the hepcat singer-bandleader recorded jazz's first million-seller, "Minnie the Moocher." Hear him sing it in this playlist.