Concert Vault

The Solo Performer

By: Bill Milkowski

21 songs / 1:51:29

  1. 1 Stan Getz Quartet / My Funny Valentine 06:32
  2. 2 Eddie Daniels All Stars / Body And Soul 03:10
  3. 3 Joe Pass / How High the Moon 05:50
  4. 4 Bill Evans / I Loves You Porgy 04:52
  5. 5 Gretsch Greats / Mel Lewis performance 06:34
  6. 6 Jean-Luc Ponty / Improvisation 2 06:02
  7. 7 Art Lande & Mark Isham / Unknown / Lonely Woman 13:42
  8. 8 Art Lande / Friday the 13th 05:26
  9. 9 Zoot Sims / Green Dolphin Street 01:48
  10. 10 Dave Brubeck Quartet / Sounds of the Loop 07:28
  11. 11 Eubie Blake / Charleston Rag 03:33
  12. 12 Larry Coryell / Gemstone File 05:24
  13. 13 Max Roach Quintet / It's In Five 04:12
  14. 14 Bobby McFerrin / Improvisation 03:30
  15. 15 Gabor Szabo Quintet / Shadow of Your Smile 01:21
  16. 16 Oscar Peterson / Blues Etude 05:15
  17. 17 Willie "The Lion" Smith / Relaxin' (The Theme) 02:09
  18. 18 Wally Rose / New Era Rag 00:20
  19. 19 Gretsch Greats / Papa Jo Jones performance 03:39
  20. 20 Herbie Hancock / Maiden Voyage 18:03
  21. 21 Eubie Blake / Stars And Stripes Forever 02:39
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The following artists are featured in this playlist of unaccompanied solo performances: 1. Gary Burton, vibes ("My Funny Valentine," 1965 Newport Jazz Festival) 2. George Duvivier, bass ("Body and Soul," 1977 Nice Jazz Festival) 3. Joe Pass, guitar ("How High the Moon," 1974 Great American Music Hall) 4. Bill Evans, piano ("I Loves You Porgy," 1973 Carnegie Hall) 5. Mel Lewis, drums (Improv, 1973 Central Park) 6. Jean-Luc Ponty, violin (Improv #2, 1974 Carnegie Hall) 7. Mark Isham, trumpet ("Lonely Woman," 1983 Great American Music Hall) 8. Art Lande, piano ("Friday the 13th," 1976 Great American Music Hall) 9. Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar ("Green Dolphin Street, 1977 Great American Music Hall) 10. Joe Morello, drums ("Sounds of the Loop," 1960 Newport Jazz Festival) 11. Eubie Blake, piano ("Charleston Rag," 1974 Great American Music Hall) 12. Larry Coryell, guitar ("The Gemstone File," 1977 The Bottom Line) 13. Max Roach, drums ("It's in Five," 1967 Newport Jazz Festival) 14. Bobby McFerrin, vocals ("Improvisation," 1982 Great American Music Hall) 15. Jimmy Stewart, guitar ("The Shadow of Your Smile," 1967 Newport Jazz Festival) 16. Oscar Peterson, piano ("Blues Etude," 1972 Carnegie Hall). 17. Willie "The Lion" Smith, piano ("Relaxin'," 1968 Hampton Jazz Festival) 18. Wally Rose, piano ("New Era Rag," 1973 Philharmonic Hall) 19. Papa Jo Jones, drums ("Improv, 1973 Central Park) 20. Herbie Hancock, piano ("Maiden Voyage," 1974 Carnegie Hall) 21. Eubie Blake, piano ("Stars And Stripes Forever," 1974 Great American Music Hall)
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The following artists are featured in this playlist of unaccompanied solo performances:

1. Gary Burton, vibes ("My Funny Valentine," 1965 Newport Jazz Festival)
2. George Duvivier, bass ("Body and Soul," 1977 Nice Jazz Festival)
3. Joe Pass, guitar ("How High the Moon," 1974 Great American Music Hall)
4. Bill Evans, piano ("I Loves You Porgy," 1973 Carnegie Hall)
5. Mel Lewis, drums (Improv, 1973 Central Park)
6. Jean-Luc Ponty, violin (Improv #2, 1974 Carnegie Hall)
7. Mark Isham, trumpet ("Lonely Woman," 1983 Great American Music Hall)
8. Art Lande, piano ("Friday the 13th," 1976 Great American Music Hall)
9. Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar ("Green Dolphin Street, 1977 Great American Music Hall)
10. Joe Morello, drums ("Sounds of the Loop," 1960 Newport Jazz Festival)
11. Eubie Blake, piano ("Charleston Rag," 1974 Great American Music Hall)
12. Larry Coryell, guitar ("The Gemstone File," 1977 The Bottom Line)
13. Max Roach, drums ("It's in Five," 1967 Newport Jazz Festival)
14. Bobby McFerrin, vocals ("Improvisation," 1982 Great American Music Hall)
15. Jimmy Stewart, guitar ("The Shadow of Your Smile," 1967 Newport Jazz Festival)
16. Oscar Peterson, piano ("Blues Etude," 1972 Carnegie Hall).
17. Willie "The Lion" Smith, piano ("Relaxin'," 1968 Hampton Jazz Festival)
18. Wally Rose, piano ("New Era Rag," 1973 Philharmonic Hall)
19. Papa Jo Jones, drums ("Improv, 1973 Central Park)
20. Herbie Hancock, piano ("Maiden Voyage," 1974 Carnegie Hall)
21. Eubie Blake, piano ("Stars And Stripes Forever," 1974 Great American Music Hall)