The semi-retired Farlow emerges to play "Topsy," "Summertime" and "St. Thomas" with his six-string contemporary in this 1973 concert.
The powerhouse UK fusion band, featuring bassist Percy Jones and drummer Mike Clark, performs "Earth Dance" and "Nuclear Burn."
The virtuosic tap dancer interacts with pianist Donald Smith, bassist Andy McCloud, saxophonist Joe Ford and drummer Ronnie Burrage.
The singer-bandleader-hepcat, who died on this day in 1994, performs "Minnie the Moocher," "Stormy Weather" and "Old Man River" in the '70s.
The trumpeter plays and delivers beautiful vocals and brilliant scatting on "Night Bird," "The Touch of Your Lips" and "Just Friends" in 1982.
The Queen of R&B gets jazzy on a set that includes moving renditions of Billie Holiday's "Gloomy Sunday" and "What a Wonderful World."
The Canadian pianist-singer, who turns 50 today, swings "I'm an Errand Girl for Rhythm" with guitarist Russell Malone and bassist Ben Wolfe.
The fleet-fingered guitarist performs early tunes like "Phase Dance" and "Jaco" while premiering his guitar-synth in this 1982 concert.
The two-fisted Chicago pianist, born on this day in 1904, swings on ebullient fare like Jelly Roll Morton's "Grandap's Spells" in this 1967 set.
The late West Coast pianist, born on this day in 1928, applies his singular chops to a swinging "Fly Me to the Moon" in this '76 set.
First Lady of Song Ella Fitzgerald unleashes her unparalleled scatting chops on "How High Is the Moon" and "Mack the Knife" in this playlist.
The Mississippi-born pianist-composer-singer, who turns 87 today, performs with Jo Jones and Slam Stewart at his Newport debut.