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Films with: Peck, David

Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers live in France 1959 /
"At the time of this ... concert, Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers were introducing two new members: Wayne Shorter, whose sound and conception would forever change the sonic landscape of the band and Walter Davis Jr., who had as much drive on the piano as Blakey had on his drums. The band featured Lee Morgan on trumpet .... Seeing rather than just hearing Blakey's soaring dynamics and irresistible rhythms reveals just how powerfully he controlled the shape of the music and drove each soloist to new heights."--Container.
DVD 9022
Freddie Hubbard live in France 1973 /
"Freddie Hubbard possessed a big tone, a unique melodic conception and an amazing technique. In the early 1970s, Hubbard became a best-selling jazz artist.... On this 1973 concert, he and ... Junior Cook, George Cables, Kent Brinkley and Michael Carvin stretch out on three of his greatest compositions of the period...."--Container.
DVD 9008
Jazz icons.
"Jazz Icons is an ongoing DVD series featuring full-length concerts and in-studio performances by the greatest legends of jazz, filmed all over the world from the 1950s through the 1970s"--Container of Chet Baker disc.
DVD 5680
Jazz icons.
Full-length concerts and in-studio jazz performances, in part with vocals or for big band.
DVD 7685
Jazz icons.
DVD 7686
John Coltrane live in France 1965 /
"The John Coltrane Quartet with McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison and Elvin Jones was formed in 1960 and was at the peak of its powers for these concerts from the Antibes Jazz Festival on July 26 & 27, 1965. What made this appearance so important was the first and only public performance of his masterpiece A Love Supreme.... Unfortunately, the footage for the rest of [A Love Supreme] suite has not survived."--Container.
DVD 9023
Johnny Griffin live in France 1971 /
"Johnny Griffin was a soulful, inventive tenor saxophone virtuoso with a magnificent tone and the ability to navigate the fastest tunes and the most sophisticated chord changes with seemingly effortless precision. This DVD features two 1971 French concerts with Griff's quartet featuring drummer Art Taylor and guest artist Dizzy Gillespie on ... [two tracks]."--Container.
DVD 9021
Rahsaan Roland Kirk live in France 1972 /
"This 1972 concert, with the excellent support of Ron Buron, Henry Pearson, Richie Goldberg and Joe Texidor, is a perfect example Rahsaan Roland Kirk's unique genius ... featuring classics from Coltrane to Ellington.... Often playing two and three reed instruments simultaneously with amazing skill, he was a living encyclopedia of jazz and an ever-thinking force of energy who swept the audience up into his orbit."--Container.
DVD 9024
Thelonious Monk live in France 1969 /
"In December 1969, Thelonious Monk entered a television studio in Paris.... The result was an astonishingly intimate and revealing portrait of a man and his music. Monk sits at at the piano and plays whatever occurs to him. In this case, it was nine originals and two of his favorite standards. The freedom of playing unaccompanied allows Monk to give each composition fascinating new twists and variations."--Container.
DVD 9020