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New from Jazz Video Guy: John Stubblefield, Larry Willis, Bob Cranshaw, Freedom Suite

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John Stubblefield
Jazz Videos: John Stubblefield Tribute, Uncle Sonny Rollins, Larry Willis and Bob Cranshaw

Check out the brand new featurettes from Bret Primack, a.k.a. Jazz Video Guy.

Stubbs
Clifton Anderson's upcoming Doxy Records release includes “Stubbs," which he dedicates to his dearly departed friend John Stubblefield.

Uncle Sonny
The latest edition of the Sonny Rollins Podcast features a comprehensive interview with Sonny's nephew, the trombonist Clifton Anderson.

Meet Larry Willis
A portrait of the one of most under-appreciated Jazz pianists working today.

Freedom Suite
Orrin Keepnews remembers producing Sonny Rollins classic 1958 recording, Freedom Suite.

Bob Cranshaw's Bass
Bob Cranshaw talks about his upright bass, a veteran of countless Blue Note sessions.

That's Phil Markowitz
The pianist and composed is profiled in this episode of the “Saxophone Summit Seraphic Light Podcast" series.

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Countin' On The Blues
Challenge Jazz
1987
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Confessin'
Challenge Jazz
1985
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Midnight Sun
Challenge Jazz
1980
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Midnight Over Memphis
Challenge Jazz
1979
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Prelude
Challenge Jazz
1977
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John Coltrane John Coltrane
saxophone
McCoy Tyner McCoy Tyner
piano
Elvin Jones Elvin Jones
drums
Jackie McLean Jackie McLean
sax, alto
Billy Harper Billy Harper
saxophone
Don Byron Don Byron
clarinet
Sonny Fortune Sonny Fortune
sax, alto
Clifford Jordan Clifford Jordan
saxophone
James Spaulding James Spaulding
sax, alto

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