This week In Jazz Legends 40/52

Coleman Hawkins, Art Farmer, Jim Hall, Anita O’Day, Oscar Peterson, Ray Bryant, Lester Young, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, Teddy Wilson, Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Buddy Rich

They are the “Jazz Legends” performers selected among the 321 Posts we publish this week.

Here, they are reunited in one glorious playlist. Enjoy!


This week In Jazz Legends 40/52


1 . Coleman Hawkins . September Song

Lifted from : Coleman Hawkins plays in London (1964)

2 . Art Farmer . Jim Hall . Sometime Ago

Lifted from : We remember Art Farmer. ‘The State of Art’

3 . Anita O’Day . That Old Feeling

Lifted from : Anita O’Day records ‘Waiter, Make Mine Blues,’ an album for Verve (1961)

4 . Oscar Peterson . Hallelujah Time

Lifted from : On TV today, Oscar Peterson on ‘Jazz 625’ (1964)

5 . Ray Bryant . Greensleeves

Lifted from : On TV today, Lester Young et al at ‘Art Ford Jazz Party’ (1958)

6 . Lester Young . Polka Dots and Moonbeams

Lifted from : On TV today, Lester Young et al at ‘Art Ford Jazz Party’ (1958)

7 . Ella Fitzgerald . Nat King Cole . It’s All Right With Me

Lifted from : Ella Fitzgerald records ‘At the Opera House’ in Los Angeles for Verve (1957)

8 . Duke Ellington . Billy Strayhorn . Take the ‘A’ Train

Lifted from : Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn record ‘Great Times!’ for Riverside (1950)

9 . Teddy Wilson . But Not For Me

Lifted from : Teddy Wilson celebrate Benny Goodman (1985)

10 . Benny Goodman . (I Would) Do Anything For You

Lifted from : Benny Goodman performs at his tribute (1985)

11 . Glenn Miller . In the Mood

Lifted from : Glenn Miller and his Orchestra record ‘The Glenn Miller Carnegie Hall Concert’ (1958)

12 . Buddy Rich . Westside Story (Overture)

Lifted from : Buddy Rich takes his big band to Copenhagen (1968)


This week Top 20 in Jazz & Blues on RVM *

(*) According to our own statistics, upadted on August 14, 2022

Comments are closed.