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Jazz DVD New Releases 2007

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Alex Acuña the Rhythm Collector

Join Alex Acuña as he takes you on a journey from his homeland in Peru to high-profile "A" list session drummer. He also reveals his very favorite rhythms and demonstrates how they apply to drum set and any drumming vocabulary. More...

Item# LA44

Louis Armstrong / Eddie Condon / Bobby Hackett

In the early 1960s, the Goodyear Tire Company commissioned short jazz films. It was part promotional device, part good will gesture. The programs were originally filmed on 35mm negative. The sound was recorded in professional stereo. More...

Item# NR2

Robert Altman's Kansas City '34

In the midst of making his film "Kansas City", Robert Altman decided to recreate an all-night jam session as it might have taken place in a Kansas City club during the Depression era. The city, Mr. Altman's hometown, was a magnet for great jazz musicians. More...

Item# NR51

Louis Armstrong & Friends

Louis Armstrong was a regular fixture on American TV. Included in this DVD are some of the finest numbers that Armstrong played on TV. These performances include appearances by such great musicians as Duke Ellington, Coleman Hawkins, Dizzy Gillespie More...

Item# NR70

Bob Baldwin - Memoirs From the Hudson

This DVD documents the largest and most memorable contemporary jazz/R&B festival in Westchester County...ever! It took place at Croton Point Park, just 30 miles north of New York. Over 7,000 people attended the event. The 60 minute concert was More...

Item# NR3

Big Bands Volume 2

This volume includes some of the finest musicians and band leaders of the Big Band era, as shown on Panorams. Performers include Jimmy Dorsey, Gene Krupa, Victor Young, Al Donahue, Will Bradley, Charlie Spivak, Johnny Long, and Johnny Messner. More...

Item# NR69
Big Bands - Soundies: Volume 1

Big Bands - Soundies: Volume 1

These short films, known as Soundies, include performances by Stan Kenton, Les Brown featuring Doris Day, Tony Pastor, Claude Thornhill featuring Buddy Stewart and Martha Wayne, Sonny Dunham, Larry Clinton, Bob Chester, Glen Gray & His Orchestra, Alvino Rey, and Buddy Rogers. More...


Sidney Bechet  - Treat It Gentle

Sidney Bechet's life was like his playing, passionate, robust and competitive. The first jazz soprano saxophonist, Bechet's reputation was such that, when he died in 1959, three thousand mourners attended his funeral in Juan-les-Pins, France. More...


Tony Bennett - The Sound Of Velvet

This exclusive DVD recorded before a live audience for Canadian TV, features the inimitable Tony Bennett at his very best. His relaxed manner and velvet smooth voice enthralls and enchants the audience from the opening line to the very last note. More...


Tony Bennett - Duets

Legendary entertainer Tony Bennett teams up with the biggest names in contemporary music live in the studio to take you on an exclusive and rarely seen journey into the process behind creating a duets recording.Guest performers include Bono, Elvis Costello, Tim McGraw, Dixie Chicks More...


Tony Bennett - The Music Never Ends

This spectacular 2-disc set features a brand new documentary produced by Oscar® Winner Clint Eastwood about the extraordinary career of one of music's greats - Tony Bennett. The 90-minute film weaves archival footage with contemporary clips of Bennett performing live throughout his career including him singing his famous hits "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" and "For Once in My Life". More...

Item# NR92
2 DVD's  $27.95

Tony Bennett - American Classic

This groundbreaking TV event takes us on a musical journey of this legendary entertainer's life. Recreating the venues of Tony's career, from the Greenwich Village club where he was discovered, to the early 60s Columbia recording studios, from rat pack Vegas to Carnegie Hall, Tony is joined for each number by superstars appearing on his Duets album. Seemlessly woven throughout the program are introductions and narrative. More...

Item# NR90
Blu-ray $29.95
Item# NR91
DVD $19.95

Bob Berg - The Geneva Concert

In the summer of 1994, the legendary New Morning club rose from its ashes in Geneva for the duration of a memorable Jazz and Blues for TV Festival. 
Manhattan taxi driver-turned-jazz saxophone specialist Bob Berg lights up the stage of the New Morning Jazz and Blues for TV Festival in this 1994 performance that finds More...

Item# NR6


Chris Botti - Live

In December of 2005, trumpeter Chris Botti played 2 shows at Los Angeles' Wilshire Theatre, backed by a full orchestra and his band. Chris was joined onstage by special guests Sting, Jill Scott, Paula Cole, Burt Bacharach, Renee Omstead, Paul Buchanan and Gladys Knight. This is the PBS special "Chris Botti Live With Orchestra and Special Guests." More...

Item# NR7
Standard DVD $17.95
Item# NR7B
Blu-ray Disc $23.95

Randy Brecker Quartet - The Paris Concert

In August 1994, Randy Brecker and his sidekicks Niels Lan Doky - piano; Alvin Queen - drums; and Pierre Boussaguet - bass; gave a memorable concert at the New Morning Jazz Festival. At that time, just about everything had already been said about Brecker's trumpeting skills and projects. He joined Blood, Sweat & Tears in 1966, then moved on to Horace Silver's Quintet for 3 years. More...

Item# NR8

Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers / Mike Mainieri From 7th Avenue South

This 1982 New York City concert from Seventh Avenue South includes 4 tracks by Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers and 3 from the Mike Mainieri Group. More...


Bill Buford - Earthworks Vol. 1

The first in a two volume anthology of concert footage of Bill Bruford's Earthworks, one of the longest lived, best travelled, and most original jazz quartets. This volume chronicles the band's progress through the 2000s, and volume 2 does the same for More...

Item# NR9


Bill Buford - Earthworks Vol. 2

This 85 minute DVD is the 2nd in a 2-volume anthology of previously unreleased concert footage of Bill Bruford’s Earthworks, one of the longest lived and most original jazz quartets around today. It chronicles the band’s progress through the 1990s from its electronic start to its acoustic renaissance. The group was originated as a vehicle for Bruford’s unusual and innovative More...

Item# NR10

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