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The tenor sax powerhouse turns 79 today. Hear him with trumpeter Johnny Coles in 1965 and leading his own septet in 1976.
The 'Boogie Man' is joined by guitarist John Hammond on riveting duet renditions of "Highway 13" and "Bottle Up and Go" at Newport, 1991.
The keyboard maestro directs his then-new band, featuring guitarist Scott Henderson and bassist Gerald Veasley, through tunes from Black Water.
A bevy of all-stars, including Carlos Santana, Neil Young, Steve Miller and Taj Mahal, turned out for the cause at S.F.'s Cow Palace.
The guitarist-singer-songwriter performs pointed fare like "Unemployed" along with "City of New Orleans" in this '76 solo set.
The great bebop trumpeter, who was born on this day in 1918, leads a 14-piece band in this 1973 performance at the Apollo Theatre.
The innovative guitarist turns 68 today. Hear him with Pink Floyd in the '70s and '80s, leading his own group and being interviewed in '78.
The late guitarist has already been gone a year. Enjoy a showcase of his signature speed licks on "I'm Going Home" and others in this '75 video.
The hugely influential jazz guitar legend was born on this day in 1925. Hear him burning through a set at the 1967 Newport Jazz Festival.
The country-pop singer performs his '70s hits "Rub It In," "Knock Three Times" and "Fourteen Carat Mind" in this 1983 concert.
Co-founders Joe Sample and Wilton Felder lead this edition of the group through new tunes from The Good and Bad Times.