The Gangster of Love performs his funk classics "Ain't That a Bitch," "Bow Wow" and "A Real Mother For Ya" in the 1995 Tramps set.
The German bassist-composer premieres tunes from his ECM album Silent Feet with his Colours band featuring saxman Charlie Mariano.
Principal songwriter Ben Gibbard leads the alt-rock band on tunes from 2001's The Photo Album and new material from 2008's Narrow Stairs.
The experimental trio shifts from James Brown flavored funk to Mingus' "Nostalgia in Times Square" and Sun Ra's "Angel Race" in this 2005 set.
The trumpet sensation, who died on this day in 1956 at age 25 in a car accident, performs his tune "Daahoud" with Max Roach at '55 Newport.
The revered clarinetist-bandleader, who died on this day in 1987, pays tribute to the Swing era big bands at the 1968 Newport Jazz Festival.
Their final concert was last night, the eve of the anniversary of Duane Allman's death. Hear Duane and the ABB at the Fillmore East in '71.
The composer of tv themes "Batman" and "The Odd Couple" also wrote classics for the Count Basie Orchestra like "Lil' Darlin'" and Splanky."
The guitar great and founder of Fleetwood Mac turns 68 today. Hear his stinging licks and slashing slide work with an early edition of the Mac.
The two-fisted boogie woogie piano queen and singer blends Texas blues and swamp rock on "Red Beans," "Big Shot" and "Crawfishin'."
Guitarist-songwriter from the '60s proto-punk band MC5 performs tunes from his solo albums Dangerous Madness and Citizen Wayne.
Britain's greatest jazz singer turns 87 today. Hear her husky voice, soulful delivery and peerless scatting chops in this 1975 concert.