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Singer Pauline Black leads the U.K. ska revival band through an energized set featuring "Train to Skaville" and "Three Minute Hero."
The classic trumpeter, who died on this day in 1999, plays with the Basie Orchestra, Benny Carter's Swingmasters and others in this playlist.
The late Brazilian guitarist and jazz samba pioneer, who died on this day in 1995, performs a superb solo set at Avery Fish Hall in 1974.
The late guitarist, who died on this day in 1998, flaunts blazing chops and a driving swing style in his 1968 Newport Jazz Festival debut.
The pioneering Latino crossover artist showcases his passionate vocals and incredible classical guitar technique in this eclectic set from 1964.
The pioneering electric trumpeter-composer leads his adventurous 20-piece aggregation through challenging material from Electric Bath.
The intense rap metal band from L.A. performs "No Shelter" (from the Godzilla soundtrack) and tunes from Evil Empire at Woodstock '99.
The country star and Nashville Network TV personality sings "I Wonder If God Likes Country Music" at this 1984 concert with his Po' Folks Band.
The high-note trumpet phenom, who turns 61 today, blows alongside Tom Harrell, Lew Tabackin and Bobby Watson at 'Newport '92.
Hear the 400-pound beast played by Booker T Jones, Gregg Allman, Keith Emerson,
Steve Winwood, Larry Young, Jimmy Smith and others.
The Tennessee-based group fronted by singers Sam Quinn and Jill Andrews and featuring pedal steel player Tom Pryor performs in 2008.