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The great trumpeter sings his ballad "Something in Your Smile" and "I'm Confessin''" and scats a blue streak on "Oop-Pa-a-Da" in this playlist.
The pop singer showcases his powerful pipes on "Fool's Game" and other tunes from his self-titled Columbia Records debut in this '83 set.
The trumpeter-composer performs his "Fred Brown" and other tunes from Bounce, and covers Wayne Shorter's "Footprints" with his sextet.
The founder of the Marshall Tucker Band died on this day in 1993. Hear him sing "Can't You See" and "Heard It In a Love Song" in 1977.
The folk troubadour performs versions of Dylan's "Leopard Skin Pill-Box Hat" and his counterculture classic "Legend of the U.S.S. Titanic."
The godfather of the British blues scene showcases jazzers Blue Mitchell, Red Holloway and Freddy Robinson in this 1971 set.
The French composer-conductor-arranger, who turns 83 today, leads an orchestra in this '73 set featuring Stan Getz and Sarah Vaughan.
The high energy boogie blues guitarist, who turns 65 today, plays his hit "Movin' on Over" at the San Francisco Giants old ballfield in 1981.
The Canadian singer-songwriter performs his slacker rock anthems "Freaking Out the Neighborhood" and "Cookin' Up Something Good."
The great trumpeter passed away over the weekend at age 94. Hear him play "In a Mellow Tone" and sing his signature "Mumbles" in 1976.
The New York-based Moroccan musician blends mesmerizing folkloric elements of the Gnawan style with rock elements at Woodstock '94.