Six New YouTube Videos

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The other day I was combing YouTube in search of a couple of videos when I came across these delightful new jazz clips uploaded in recent weeks and months:

Here's Sarah Vaughan singing East of the Sun in 1981, with Andy Simpkins on bass...



Here's Stan Getz playing Soul Eyes...



Here's pianist McCoy Tyner with Freddie Hubbard and Joe Henderson playing Just Feeling...



Here's Sonny Rollins playing Don't Stop the Carnival in Copenhagen in 1985...



Here's a lovely guitarist playing Autumn in New York...



And here's the Lanterns Acoustic Duo, with the female vocalist singing Baby You've Got What It Takes...



Bonus: Here's Canadian vocalist Vanda King singing What Did I Have That I Don't Have. She wasn't Eydie Gormé but she did a pretty swell job. In fact, King had a beautiful voice. This clip isn't newly posted but it's still worth seeing. Apologies for the idiot (or idiots) in the audience who felt that an unnerving wolf whistle was how female singers like to be greeted at the start of a TV performance...

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This story appears courtesy of JazzWax by Marc Myers.
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