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The timbales king, who died on this day in 2000, plays mambo versions of "Goin' Out of My Head" and "Love For Sale" with singer La India.
The composer and Duke Ellington collaborator died on this day in 1967. Hear his "Take the A Train," "Lush Life" and others in this playlist.
The alto saxophonist, who died on this day in 1977, performs his tune "Take Five" and others with the Dave Brubeck Quartet in this playlist.
The Manchester-based band premieres tunes from their debut album Definitely Maybe in this Creation Records showcase from Glasgow.
The great flatpicker-singer, who died on this day in 2012, plays "Old Dan Tucker," "Black Mountain Rag" and more in this hour-plus playlist.
The singer-songwriter-guitarist and breast cancer survivor, who turns 54 today, performs a passionate "Piece of My Heart" in this '93 solo set.
The crossover country star who went by a single name (aka Sylvia Jane Kirby) sings her hits "Nobody," "Drifter" and "Tumbleweed" in a '83 set.
The pianist-composer, who died on this day in 1996, plays his signature "The Peacocks" and backs Stan Getz, Al Cohn and Zoot Sims.
The singer-songwriter and Creedence Clearwater Revival founder turns 70 today. Hear them play "Proud Mary" and "Suzie Q" in this 1969 set.
Singer-guitarist Brittany Howard leads the Athens, Alabama-based group on soul-tinged material from their debut album Boys and Girls.
The saxophonist performs John Coltrane's "Giant Steps" and a two-horn version of Duke Ellington's "Satin Doll" with his Vibration Society.