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By and large, jazz has always been like the kind of a man you wouldn't want your daughter to associate with.
Duke Ellington

I live in London, I'm a girl, I shouldn't listen to Jazz, but I do. I'm fascinated.

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nativethoughts:

Gerry Mulligan.

nativethoughts:

Gerry Mulligan.


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Miles Davis

Miles Davis


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bainer:

Thelonious Monk 1957 (photo by Lee Friedlander)

bainer:

Thelonious Monk 1957 (photo by Lee Friedlander)


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kikisloane:

Coltrane

kikisloane:

Coltrane

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babaracus1982:

Elvin Jones

babaracus1982:

Elvin Jones


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tonguedepressors:

Ella Fitzgerald

One Note Samba

live, June 22, 1969 

Ed Thigpen, drums; Frank de la Rosa, bass; and Tommy Flanagan, on piano.


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~ Liza (All The Clouds'll Roll Away) - Thelonious Monk

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Thelonious Monk - Liza (All The Clouds’ll Roll Away) (1964)

To this humble listener’s ears, Monk’s standard interpretations are an ongoing education in music and mood, light and life.

Close your eyes; all the clouds’ll roll away.


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fuckyeahbillieholiday:

Billie Holiday during her last recording session on March 3, 1959.

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~ Crazy Girl - Leszek Mozdzer

theantidote:

Leszek Mozdzer - Crazy Girl 

from ‘Komeda’

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