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Art of Noise

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Chet Baker Photos of Music Icon, Music Songs, My Music, Cool Jazz, Jazz Artists, Jazz Musicians, Blues Artists, A Love Supreme, Chet Baker

Chet Baker Photos (18 of 91) | Last.fm

See Chet Baker pictures, photo shoots, and listen online to the latest music.

by Toni Schneiders, “With a double bass to the townhall place. Rock And Roll, Pictures On String, Guitar Tabs Songs, Art Of Noise, Yamaha Bass, Street Musician, Double Bass, Music Aesthetic, World Photography

Toni Schneiders Archiv - Stiftung F.C. Gundlach

Immer im Zeichen seines Berufes. Toni Schneiders, Kopenhagen, 07/1956

Portrait of John Kirby, ca. May Washington, D. Photo by William P. Jazz Artists, Jazz Musicians, Smooth Jazz, Art Of Noise, In And Out Movie, R&b Soul, All That Jazz, Alley Cat, Double Bass

Portrait of John Kirby, ca. May 1946, Washington, D.C. Photo by William P. Gottlieb.

Ron Carter ~ The Epitome Of Class And Elegance.Ron Carter Has Been A World Class Jazz Bassist And Cellist Since The He's A Brilliant Rhythmic And Melodic Player. Jazz Artists, Jazz Musicians, Music Artists, Blues Rock, Paul Chambers, Ron Carter, Jazz Cat, Jazz Players, Jazz Poster

Ron Carter Trio - The Santa Barbara Independent

While the work of fellow jazz king and former bandmate Herbie Hancock grows bigger and bigger by way of pop collaborations, bassist Ron Carter's late-career work whittles the genre down to its bare essentials.

Quincy Jones Harlem Renaissance History Of Jazz Cool Jazz, Jazz Artists, Jazz Musicians, Music Artists, Music Love, Music Is Life, My Music, Perfect Music, Easy A

Quincy Jones

A brief History of Jazz roots in the Black History Harlem Renaissance movement in the Black History video documentary Artists of the Harlem Renaissance

Steve Gadd on his Yamahas. You know a lot people don't realize that he really get any serious gig until he reached his mid-thirties. And he is pretty serious about drummers knowing their snare drum rudiments. Jazz Quotes, Drum Rudiments, Steve Gadd, Modern Drummer, Best Drums, Art Of Noise, How To Play Drums, Smooth Jazz, Snare Drum

This week, jazz royalty joins us on the Ronnie Scott's Radio Show as we welcome back Steve Gadd

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  Jazz Artists, Jazz Musicians, Art Of Noise, Jazz Players, Live Jazz, All That Jazz, Double Bass, Brass Band, Jazz Blues

Avishai Cohen @ North Sea Jazz 2013

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Benny Goodman, The King of Swing, American jazz and swing musician, clarinetist and bandleader in Big Band era Jazz Artists, Jazz Musicians, Music Artists, Glenn Miller, Smooth Jazz, Swing Jazz, Jazz Band, Jazz Blues, Roaring Twenties

Benny Goodman Plays the Jefferson Memorial

ALMANAC- May 30, 1846: Peter Carl Fabergé was born. "A Russian jeweller of French origin, Faberge is best known for the famous Fabergé eggs, made in the style of genuine Easter eggs, but using precious metals and gemstones. Although the House of Fabergé is famed for its Imperial Easter Eggs, it made many more objects ranging from silver tableware to fine jewelry. Fabergé’s company became the largest jewellery business in Russia, with 500 employees. In addition to its Saint Petersburg head…

Famed jazz bassist Ron Carter picks 10 faves from his recordings Jazz Artists, Jazz Musicians, Ron Carter, Tony Williams, Jazz Radio, Free Jazz, Cool Jazz, Miles Davis, Jazz Festival

Famed jazz bassist Ron Carter picks 10 faves from his 2,200 recordings

The most recorded jazz bassist of all time — a native Detroiter — selects his most memorable dates as sideman, leader