The trumpeter-composer performs his "Fred Brown" and other tunes from Bounce, and covers Wayne Shorter's "Footprints" with his sextet.
The French composer-conductor-arranger, who turns 83 today, leads an orchestra in this '73 set featuring Stan Getz and Sarah Vaughan.
The great trumpeter passed away over the weekend at age 94. Hear him play "In a Mellow Tone" and sing his signature "Mumbles" in 1976.
The great drummer passed away on this day in 1997. Hear him as a 20-year-old phenom with the Miles Davis Quintet at '66 Newport.
The late tenor saxophonist, who was born on this day in 1913, joins trumpeter Doc Cheatham and trombonist Vic Dickenson in this '76 set.
The alto sax great joins with tenor and soprano saxophonist Sims on "Love For Sale" and Dizzy Gillespie's "Groovin' HIgh" in this 1976 set.
The regal jazz singer, who turns 78 today, swings "Dearly Beloved" and "The Song Is You" and gets bluesy on "After the Lights Go Down."
The pianist-composer-arranger leads his flexible 21-piece group on the swinging "Kingfish" and the Latin-tinged "Mexican Jumping Bean."
The iconic saxman and 'hippie jazz' pioneer, who just signed with Blue Note Records at age 76, performs tunes from his Geeta Suite in 1973.
The late, legendary pianist-composer died on this day in 1982. Hear him with his classic quartet and special guest Pee Wee Russell.
The Cuban-born Latin jazz pioneer and his Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra join Tito Puente's Orchestra on stage in this historic 1978 concert.
The prolific songwriter and contributor to the Great American Songbook was born on this day in 1905. Hear a two-hour playlist of his tunes.