Recent Event Highlights: Jazz in the Gardens - Jamaica Pegasus, "Chinese Tea Garden" by World Unity Jazz Ensemble 2/9/10 GSU, Betina and friends - Jazz Benefit 2010 - Church in the Gardens.mp4, Jazz in the Garden 2, live jazz at marqeyssac gardens, France 2, Motoca Oguni Glover Garden Christmas Jazz Band 2, and 29 more...
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This video has two interviews: one with Diana Rutherford and the other a gentleman who loves Jazz. They were at the Jamaica Pegasus - jazz in the Gardens
Performed by World Unity Jazz Ensemble... ...striving to be of Service to Humanity by Promoting International Harmony through Music! Under the leadership of: Phil Morrison email@example.com (912) 261-8018 and Keith Williams firstname.lastname@example.org (912) 399-7612 WORLD UNITY JAZZ ENSEMBLE (WUJE....woojay) Ken Trimmins............trumpet Don Zentz..................saxophone Keith Williams............piano/vocals Phil Morrison..............bass Peter Miles..................drums *note....WUJE has performed & recorded worldwide and is available to perform concerts as the opportunities arise. Note: Phil Morrison and Keith Williams were the only native born Americans to have one of their songs selected to represent the Beijing Olympics in 2008, and then the following year, to have another one of their songs selected to officially represent the Shanghai World Expo in 2010. www.myspace.com philtrio.blogspot.com (Recipient of Beijing Olympics Official Song Award) http www.philmorrisontrio.com
LEGO Robotics League teams of St. Michael Catholic School, Garden City, test robots for a public demonstration at Surfside Public Library, with more than a 15 attending, Tuesday, Feb 9, as part of a Catholic Schools Week. It is one of two Grand Strand schools in unique LEGO League Robotics, which is a cross between an athletic tourney and a monster truck rally, says Kyle Myers, robotics coordinator. We need to do a little tweaking on our robot," one youngster says. "Then well be good to go to finals in Clemson (on Sat., March 6). Team names are selected by the students--Techno Gators dressed in purple, Slithering Fire Toads in black and the Electric Brains in blue. Father Andrew Trapp assists. This associate pastor of St. Michael Catholic Church gained fame last year on the FOX TV show pokerstars Million Dollar Challenge, earning $100000 for the church's building fund. The official program is called FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and was founded by Dean Kamen in 1989. 21 students in the 4th to 8th grade at St. Michael will be in the state finals Sat., March 6, 2010, at Clemson University, SC. Music under the direction of Bill Long is by the Jazz Big Band of Newberry College, SC, who played Feb. 9, 2010, in nearby Garden City, SC, at Shepherd of the Sea Lutheran Church. Photography by Lloyd Mackall coastaldigital Video
My Favorite Kind of Dream. The Garden Players. Song by Denver Casado and Betina Hershey. Betina Hershey and friends Jazz Benefit concert 2010 at the Church in the Gardens. paulchiu, William Chiu, Nicole Zivkovic, Filmed with Canon EOS 5D Mark 2, EF 50 1.2L lens, EF 70-200 IS USM 2.8L lens, Sony PMW-EX1 XDCAM, ZOOM H4N mike, billychiu.com, Full HD 1080p
Betina Hershey and friends Jazz Benefit concert 2010 at the Church in the Gardens. paulchiu, William Chiu, Nicole Zivkovic, Filmed with Canon EOS 5D Mark 2, EF 50 1.2L lens, EF 70-200 IS USM 2.8L lens, Sony PMW-EX1 XDCAM, ZOOM H4N mike, billychiu.com, Full HD 1080p
Absolute bliss! Wonderful live jazz in the candle lit gardens of Marqueyssac.
Hillsdale High Jazz Combo
music hit parade 1920's usa top billboard dantas chart list old oldies best hits songs more .................... AL JOLSON - California, Here I Come JAN GARBER - Baby Face PAUL WHITEMAN'S CONCERT ORCHESTRA featuring GEORGE GERSHWIN - Rhapsody In Blue NICK LUCAS - Tip Toe Through The Tulips ARTHUR GIBBS - Charleston GENE AUSTIN - Yes Sir! That's My Baby MARION HARRIS - Tea For Two ISHAM JONES - It Had To Be You BEN BERNIE - Ain't She Sweet AL JOLSON - Swanee "WHISPERING" JACK SMITH - Me And My Shadow BEN BERNIE - Sweet Georgia Brown RUDY VALLEE - Honey AL JOLSON - When The Red, Red Robin Comes Bob-Bob-Bobbin' Along FRED WARING'S PENNSYLVANIANS - Memory Lane PAUL WHITEMAN & HIS ORCHESTRA - Three O'Clock In The Morning ISHAM JONES - Wabash Blues TED LEWIS & HIS BAND - When My Baby Smiles At Me MARION HARRIS - St. Louis Blues FANNY BRICE - My Man PAUL WHITEMAN & HIS ORCHESTRA - Song Of India TED LEWIS & HIS BAND - All By Myself ISHAM JONES with RAY MILLER'S ORCHESTRA - I'll See You In My Dreams GENE AUSTIN - Bye Bye Blackbird LOUIS ARMSTRONG & HIS HOT FIVE - West End Blues PAUL WHITEMAN & HIS ORCHESTRA - Say It With Music GENE AUSTIN - Carolina Moon GUY LOMBARDO & HIS ROYAL CANADIANS - Sweethearts On Parade PAUL WHITEMAN & HIS ORCHESTRA - In A Little Spanish Town PEERLESS QUARTET - Birth Of The Blues ORIGINAL DIXIELAND JAZZ BAND - Royal Garden Blues TED WEEMS - Somebody Stole My Gal BILLY JONES - Yes! We Have No Bananas AL JOLSON - Toot Toot Tootsie (Goo'Bye) VAN & SCHENCK ...
BOSTON (AP)—The Utah Jazz might have been caught off-guard when Rajon Rondo(notes) took the ball coast-to-coast with 3.8 seconds left in the third quarter. The Boston Celtics werent: Theyve timed him. Rondo took the inbounds pass after a Jazz free throw, letting it bounce a few times so the clock wouldnt start, and raced to the basket for the buzzer-beating layup to help the Celtics pull away and beat Utah 105-86 on Wednesday night. It was just our Get out of the way play, said Rondo, who had 14 points and 11 assists. Rasheed (Wallace) came up and set a great pick and left me one-on-one with a big. Rondo, who claims to run a 3.9 second 40-yard dash, has always counted speed among his assets at point guard. By being able to dribble 94 feet in 3.1 seconds — and yes, theyve timed him in practice—means Boston sometimes doesnt have to fire up a desperation shot at the end of a quarter. So even though coach Doc Rivers put 3-point shooters Ray Allen(notes) and Eddie House(notes) on the floor, but the first option was for Rondo to head straight for the basket. Rondos job is to push it up, Rivers said. It has to be a straight line, though. Thats either a coast-to-coast play or a pullup (jumper) for him. Rondos basket gave Boston a 22-point lead heading into the fourth quarter and the Jazz never got closer than 17 points from there. Kevin Garnett(notes) scored 18 points, Allen had 15 and Paul Pierce(notes) 13, including two 3-pointers at the start of the third that helped put the ...
The 6th Edition of The Penang Island Jazz Festival will be held from the 3rd 6th of December this year. The Jazz By The Beach (Main Stage) at Bayview Beach Resort Gardens, Batu Ferringhi will feature 6 groups per night on Saturday and Sunday, the 5th & 6th of December 2009. Tickets priced at RM55 per night. The Performers for this years Jazz By The Beach Stage (Main Stage) are Island Palm Beach Boys (Malaysia), Michelle Nicolle Quartet (Australia), Buzz Bros Band (Holland), Dainius Pulauskas Group (Lithuania), Paulo Bellinati & Cristina Azuma (Brazil), Charlie Jung Band (South Korea), In The Country (Norway), Janek Gwizdala Project (USA / Norway), Studnitzky Trio (Germany), Band of Brothers (Thailand), Sizhukong (Taiwan) and Organamix (Singapore / Thailand). NB Schedule for the Final Programme will be announced at a later date. Other supporting activities for this years Festival include : Free Entry - Fringe Stages at Lobbies of Bayview Beach Resort and G Hotel (3.00 pm - 5.00 pm Friday 4/12 to Sunday 6/12) - Finals of The Penang Island Jazz Festival Young Talent Competition (Thursday, 3rd December, 6.00 pm) - Exhibitions on : - Jazz Pics! Deutscher Jazz - German Jazz. A photo exhibition Presented by Goethe- Institut Malaysia - "Keeping Time" A Jazz Photography Exhibition By William Ellis - Jazz Gallery (Photograph, Poster, Painting and Percussion Exhibition) - Winning Entries from the Penang State Art Competition at the Penang State Art Gallery - Community Drum Circle ...
A wonderful slideshow featuring Prowl, Jazz, and Savage Garden music. What's not to love? All artwork done by Plantman.exe - you can check out her other artwork by visiting plantman-exe.deviantart.com Yes, this is another one of my shameless advertisements for favorite artists. Enjoy the wonderful artwork and go visit her page! She's got more where this came from - trust me. Oh, as a bit of a blooper - I have two pics in here that weren't done by Plantman. I apologize for that, but I just now noticed. The first pic was done by Wyward Insecticon (the one of Jazz leaning on Prowl at his desk), and the second by Kakyoinlee (the very last pic of the slideshow). Thank you once again, Plantman! Judging from the pics, it can be viewed as either Prowl/Jazz relationship or friendship, however you wish. It was intended as a pairing, though.
Routine on 'the way I are' Choreographed for The Dance Garden studio by Avantika & Dipashri... Tone up, get fit and have fun! Enjoy moving to Bollywood choreography,sweat it out in air conditioned comfort-and tone up with our customized fitness classes. Boogie your way to a leaner figure with sessions of dance aerobics, and learn some new moves with our jazz funk and freestyle routines... Then,relax with a chilled lemonade in our garden theme café, or browse through exquisite clothing and accessories in our studio boutique...Gossip with friends over hot coffee and watch through glass doors as your kids heat up the dance floor! Choose from our range of high energy, fun filled classes for kids and adults...simply select your classes from the schedule, and become part of the dance revolution! Special packages for wedding and sangeet choreography! classes open for kids, young adults and adults... studio open from the 7th of September... Email:email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Office: call 41881171, 9810522244 or 9810214408 Location: 344/2, 2nd floor. Lado sarai, adjacent to the crescent gate on the left
sacjazzcamp.org...The 2009 Sacramento Trad Jazz Camp's faculty, The Professors, perform the traditional jazz classic Royal Garden Blues. Featured are Bill Dendle (trombone), Rusty Stiers (trumpet), Anita Thomas (woodwinds), Ed Metz Jr. (drums), West Westenhofer (tuba), Jason Wanner (piano) and Eddie Erickson (banjo) Theannual Sacramento Traditional Jazz Camp hosts student jazz musicians from teenagers to senior citizens. Every summer, the camp is held for two weeks in the California Sierras. The camp is focused on improvisation, both individual and group, with an emphasis on taking theory into practice at all times. Students are assigned to bands with players of similar ability and experience, and perform in a final concert. There are nightly performances and jam sessions, with campers and faculty participating. Campers receive semi-private lessons, group instruction, and attend theory classes.
31 Festival de Jazz de Vitoria-Gasteiz, Polideportivo de Mendizorrotza, Spain, July 20  Dave Holland - Bass Chris Potter - Tenor and Soprano Sax Robin Eubanks - Trombone Steve Nelson - Vibraphone & Marimba Nate Smith - Drums
The Sugar Band performing at a garden party in July, 2009. The band are booked for weddings, private parties and corporate events throughout the UK. Available as a solo, duo, trio, quartet or quintet. With Sheila Daniels on vocals, Eugene Portman on piano, Mike Green on bass and Carlos Lopez-Real on Sax. Visit www.thesugarband.co.uk or http for more info.
In memory to our hamster Jim: He passed away on the 1st of November 2009 and reached 2 years of age. The little fella enjoyed his life to the max, he was always full of energy and he loved to play outside in our garden. Ps. dont forget to rate and/or comment !
C Jam Blues, Part II of II. Three musicians tearing up a single piano, one great guitar solo, and dancing! What more could you want in a single song? Here's the rest of the dancing and the song finale. Steve Lucky and the Rhumba Bums, featuring Miss Carmen Getit, at the Sacramento Jazz Festival, Freeway Gardens, 25th May 2009. Visit luckylounge.com for more information.
David Ostwald and the Louis Armstrong Centennial Band (Jon-Erik Kellso, trumpet; Vincent Gardner, trombone; Anat Cohen, clarinet; Mark Shane, piano; Kevin Dorn, drums) celebrate their ninth anniversary at Birdland with a jazz classic, given new life here, that originally honored the place where Joe Oliver and "Little Louis" worked their hot magic.
Erykah Badu performing on March 28th, 2009 in Miami Garden, Florida.
Jazz In The Gardens - Miami Gardens 2009
Joe "King" Oliver (Dec.19,1885 - April 10,1938) was a jazz cornet player and bandleader. He was particularly noted for his playing style, pioneering the use of mutes. Also a notable composer, he wrote many tunes still played regularly, including "Dippermouth Blues", "Sweet Like This", "Canal Street Blues", and "Doctor Jazz". He was the mentor and teacher of Louis Armstrong. Two of Armstrong's most famous recordings, "West End Blues" and "Weather Bird", were Oliver compositions. His influence was such that Armstrong claimed, "if it had not been for Joe Oliver, Jazz would not be what it is today". Joseph Oliver was born in Aben, Louisiana, near Donaldsonville in Ascension Parish, and moved to New Orleans in his youth. Oliver played cornet in the New Orleans brass bands and dance bands and also in the city's red-light district, Storyville. The band he co-led with trombonist Kid Ory was considered New Orleans' hottest and best in the 1910s. Oliver achieved great popularity in New Orleans across economic and racial lines, and was in demand for playing jobs from rough working class black dance halls to white society debutante parties. According to an interview at the Tulane's Hogan Jazz Archive with Oliver's widow Stella Oliver, in 1919 a fight broke out at a dance where Oliver was playing, and the police arrested Oliver and the band along with the fighters. This made Oliver decide to leave the Jim Crow South. By 1922, after travels in California, Oliver was the jazz king in ...
BASSIST STANLEY CLARKE RECORDS FIRST ACOUSTIC JAZZ TRIO ALBUM FEATURING HIROMI AND LENNY WHITE In a career that spans nearly four decades and includes gigs with Return to Forever, Rite of Strings and a variety of other solo and collaborative projects along the way, bassist Stanley Clarke one of the most prominent voices in electric jazz and fusion had seemingly covered every possible corner of the jazz landscape. But there was one avenue he had yet to explore. I had never done an acoustic bass record, ever, he says. Theres a long list of people on whose records Ive played acoustic bass Art Blakey, Dexter Gordon, Stan Getz, Joe Henderson and many others but Id never done an acoustic jazz trio record of my own. So I wanted to record one that would just feature the piano and the acoustic bass in a way that you could really hear the bass. This long-overdue dream project becomes a reality with the May 12, 2009, worldwide release of Jazz In The Garden (HUCD 3155) on Heads Up International, a division of Concord Music Group. For his first straightahead acoustic jazz trio recording, Clarke assembles two brilliant collaborators at the top of their respective games: pianist Hiromi Uehara and drummer Lenny White. Each represents a distinctly different generational and cultural perspective, but given the range and versatility of both, the net effect is superb. Indeed, the synergy resulting from all three of these luminaries makes for one of the most refreshing Stanley Clarke ...
Jazz Jackrabbit 2 boss run. Again, I forgot to change the header to say "Take On These Bosses!". Sorry. IN THIS SECTION: Intro Cutscene Carrotus Dungeon Boss - Queen Earlong Carrotus Gardens Boss - Tuf Schwartzenguard Devan's Lab Boss - Devan's Superbot Unknown Beach Boss - Uterus Medivo Boss - Bolly Carrotus Jungle Boss - Bilsy Dam Nation Boss - Bubba Hell Boss - Devil Devan Ending Cutscene Holiday Hare '98 Boss - X-Mas Bilsy
Jazz concert in Garden Theatre - et3 - Thessaloniki - Greece - part 2
Kobe Bryant Sick Shots vs Jazz 08 MVP year (20072008) On May 27, 2007, ESPN reported that Bryant stated that he wanted to be traded if Jerry West did not return to the team with full authority. Bryant later confirmed his desire for West's return to the franchise, but denied stating that he would want to be traded if that does not occur. However, three days later, on Stephen A. Smith's radio program, Bryant expressed anger over a Lakers "insider" who claimed that Bryant was responsible for Shaquille O'Neal's departure from the team, and publicly stated, "I want to be traded." Three hours after making that statement, Bryant stated in another interview that after having a conversation with head coach Phil Jackson, he has reconsidered his decision and backed off his trade request. On December 23 2007, Bryant became the youngest player (29 years, 122 days) to reach 20000 points, in a game against the New York Knicks, in Madison Square Garden. Despite an injury to his shooting hand's small finger, described as "a complete tear of the radial collateral ligament, an avulsion fracture, and a volar plate injury at the MCP joint" that occurred in a game on February 5, 2008, Bryant played all 82 games of the regular season instead of opting for surgery. Regarding his injury, he stated, "I would prefer to delay any surgical procedure until after our Lakers season, and this summer's Olympic Games. But, this is an injury that myself [sic] and the Lakers' medical staff ...
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(Featuring Bernadette's boy's middleschool jazz combo playing the song, Midnight Blue, made famous by Melissa Manchester.) Well it has been a long time since I uploaded a youtube video! Not since the great upload crisis of July 2008, when the interface between my filmmaking software and youtube crashed out, and everybody said maybe they'd fix it, but it could take months, so I became a writer again... But ah... I feel the rush of adrenalin, loading up again... They did it at warp speed this time, maybe to make up for the great crash of 2008, and now the video is indeed present with the little clock on it indicating something might happen soon, whetting my anticipation... Cross your fingers for me, this is a pretty sweet one... It is a slideshow of two sweet days my boy and I spent visiting my brother Frank in LA this summer. My brother is a very unusual guy with a great heart and a great soul, and a great talent for spreading goodwill wherever he goes, and I always knew I wanted to put him in a little film. I call him the unofficial goodwill ambassador of LA. (He can chat people up in Dutch, German, Spanish, Chinese, Russian... And happily does!) And the music of my boy's jazz combo just melts me away... Isn't Midnight Blue the most beautiful song?! (It was made famous by that exquisite songbird, Melissa Manchester.) And he plays it so nicely here. (That's my boy on the saxophone!) Well, the little clock's still there... Nothing's happened yet... So, how are you???!! *See ...
Watch out for all the videos! This is Video 2 of 4 videos in this series! We were at Busch Gardens and we have film ON THE RIDES!!! Check it out and scream while we do! Visit NFL Talk: A Teen's View www.youtube.com Visit The Kayla Heredia Show www.youtube.com
(The crowd at Jazz on the Green listens to the sounds of The Sons of Brazil.) The Sons of Brazil performed at Joslyn Art Museum's last Jazz on the Green outdoor concert for 2008. The band formed in 1991 and is from Kansas City, but you wouldn't guess that because they play nothing but Brazilian jazz . . . and do it very well! The Sons of Brasil consists of group founder Stan Kessler (trumpet, flugelhorn), Doug Auwarter (drums), Danny Embrey (guitar), Greg Whitfield (electric bass), Roger Wilder (keyboards), and Gary Helm (percussion). Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha has sponsored Jazz on the Green for the last 24 years, usually on the front steps of the museum. Because of construction for the new sculpture garden, the concerts took place on the north side of the museum this year. The 25th season will be return to the east entrance near Dodge Street.
After visited Gilroy Gardens and seeing my little sentimental princess Adriane tears for the few survival butterflies, I dreamt of my old garden I left behind 3 years back... The garden attracted so many birds, deers, and especially butterflies... Maybe it is time to create a new butterfly garden :) Dedicate this video to my pretty little princess Adriane! Music Part 1: Sarah Chang (Violin) Berliner Phil Placido Domingo Pablo De Sarasate Zigeunerweisen (Gypsy Airs ) Music Part 2 by: 呂思清lusizing 小提琴獨奏音樂會Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto 1st Movement
From one of the greatest live events of the 70's. Concert For Bangladesh brought together some of the top musicians of the day for relief to the starving country of Bangladesh. The brainchild of Ravi Shankar and George Harrison, when asked to help... some of the greatest legends in Rock showed up ...and didn't take a penny. This is the Indian Music portion of the show. Ravi Shankar is possibly the greatest Sitar player ever. Ths is pretty amazing if you are unfamiliar with Indian music or the Sitar. Of trivia note.. Ravi Shankar is the father of Jazz singer Norah Jones. Enjoy... Better times...Better Place
Yosvany Terry merges Afro-Cuban religious music from the Arara tradition with straight ahead jazz. This is the finale of his two hour performance on July 19, 2008. The Latin Jazz series at Yerba Buena Gardens is co-presented in association with Bill Martinez of Latino Entertainment Partners. Video by Arturo Riera www.misterlatinjazz.com
James Morrison mozart on a garden hose
CLICK VIEW MORE FOR MP3!! ~~~~~~ Yay for Mario!! I finally made a VG music tribute to everyone's favorite plumber. I played the game for a little bit but it's not really my thing....I liked the Mario Sunshine/Mario 64 vibe more...even though Galaxy is probably the best platformer I've ever seen make use of the element known as 3D! So...the music! Well like I said, I played it a little and every time I was in the observatory or saw my brother play (did that more) this theme kept on remembering me of a certain jazz standard. Then it occured to me: Someday my Prince will Come! I pretty much ripped the first two chords from that piece off to this one and the rest was made up. If you were to kinda analyze the theme song you'll find its footprints will lead to some standard jazz changes. ~~~ Mp3: rapidshare.com I have decided to release the full version of what I had recorded. I got confused on wheather or not I wanted to continue playing so there're some unexpected long breaks but ultimately improvise my way through. I WILL post this 'cut out from the video' section, redone and as a tutorial at another time. ...and please download as a free user so I get points to extend the account. It will help keep this mp3 and future pieces up there ^^
The Bayview Beach Resort Garden Batu Ferringhi,Penang will be hosting Jazz Festival From 29 November to 2 December 2007.Tickets are sold RM50 per day or RM80 for 2days.There is also free Standing. For more information visit (www.penangjazz.com) Log on to: www.virtualmalaysia.com/vmtv
Part 2 of the Beatles' movie Let It Be. Part 1 includes songs: - Paul's piano intro - Don't let me down - Maxwell's silver hammer - Two of us - I've got a feeling Part 2 includes songs: - I've got a feeling (second take) - Oh, darling (intro) - One after 909 - Jazz Piano Song - Two of us (parts of it) - Across the universe - Dig a pony - Suzy Parker Part 3 includes songs: - I me mine - For you blue - Besame mucho - Octopus's garden Part 4 includes songs: - Octopus's garden (part 2) - You really got a hold on me - The long and winding road - Shake, rattle and roll Part 5 includes songs: - Kansas city - Lawdy Miss Clawdy - Dig it (long version) Part 6 includes songs: - Two of us - Let it be Part 7 includes songs: - The long and winding road - Get back Part 8 includes songs: - Don't let me down - I've got a feeling - One after 909 Part 9 includes songs: - Dig a pony - Get back
An update of my garden. Chao in order of appearance: -Edge,Aquamarine Devil -Lucky,Regular Devil -Demos,Onyx Devil -Sonic,Transparent Green Light -Quartz,Topaz Light -Dash,Regular Angle -Rose,Garnet Angle -Loose,Blue Two-tone H/F -Silva,Silver Angle -???,Shiny Regular N/R/R -Spike,Transparent Green N/F/F -???,Invisible Chao -Chap,Shiny Regular N/S/S -Ninja,Grey N/S/R -Blitz,White Two-tone N/R -Whitey,White H/F -Roy,Regular H/N/N -Sky,Regular H/S -SR.Link,Black H/R -Star,Transparent Blue H/S/S Trans. 1 -Jazz,Blue H/S was more in the backround -Trident,Shiny Regular D/S/R -Rella,Saphire D/F Trans. 1 -Hamtaro,White Two-tone D/S -Ratata,Silver D/R/R -Fluffy,Transparent Green Two-tone D/R/R
Only the last part of this I'm afraid, but this piece from the Carling Family swings so magnificently it must be heard. Particularly foot tapping offerings from Gerd's piano, Ulf's drums and Gunhilde's powerful trombone, here are a classic couple of minutes of pure jazz. Recorded at the Stockamollan Jazz Festival in Sweden in June 2007.
Disneyland 2007 All-American College Band 2, Plaza Gardens Stage, Jazz Crimes, 1st Set, 06/19/07
Some have said that Ann Pennington invented the 'Black Bottom' dance in the 1926 edition of the Ziegfeld Follies... you be the judge. She Dances to "You're Responsible"
Third part of jazz piano spring suite. Budding exotic flora at Sewerby Wood and Gardens. My early influences: Oscar Peterson, Keith Emerson, George Shearing, soon followed by Keith Jarrett, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Joe Sample, George Duke. Today I listen to solo piano of Duke Ellington, Earl Hines, Art Tatum, Bud Powell, Dave Brubeck, Lennie Tristano, Cecil Taylor. My deepest love now lies in the music of Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Lester Young, Artie Shaw, Benny Goodman, and later of Charlie Parker, Sonny Rollins, Miles Davis, Stan Getz, John Coltrane supreme?
Saskatchewan singer/songwriter Dale Budd wrote this song back in 1978 when he returned to his hometown of Moose Jaw to discover that the famous dance hall: Temple Gardens had been torn down and replaced with a parking lot.