Etta James – Live at Montreux Jazz Festival in 1975

Live Music Television presents a live filmed performance of Etta James with a stellar band, live at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1975

Live Music Television is pleased to present this stellar live filmed performance of Etta James at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1975 with a fantastic full band featuring Brian Ray on guitar, Richard Tee on keyboards, Frank Abel electric piano and organ, John Paul Jones on bass, Doug Hammond on drums, Arthur Young on trumpet, Gene 'Mighty Flea' Conners on trombone, Pony Poindexter on soprano sax, Klaus Doldinger on tenor sax and Howard Johnson on baritone sax and tuba.

The show was filmed on July 11, 1975 at Montreux Casino during the 9th Montreux Jazz Festival. The introduction lasts until the 1:20 point when they play Respect Yourself. Drown in My Own Tears begins at 10:24. W-O-M-A-N starts at 21:45. I’d Rather Go Blind begins at 33:18. Enjoy!

Etta James – Live in Montreux 1975

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Hiatus Kaiyote - Borderline with My Atoms (Live at the #AustinPatch)

LiveMusicTelevison.Com featureing Hiatus Kaiyote live filmed recording of Borderline with My Atoms in Austin

Hiatus Kaiyote is a vocal driven contemporary jazz act from Australia with a funk edge and R&B/Soul at it's root. The band has stated that their style/sound is "Future Soul" and/or "Multi-Dimensional, Polyrhythmic Gangster Shit".

Members include Naomi "Nai Palm" Saalfield on vocals & guitar, Paul Bender on bass, Simon Mavin on keyboards and Perrin Moss on drums/percussion.

Live Music Television is proud to present a timeless and nicely filmed and recorded live performance of Hiatus Kaiyote and their song titled Borderline with My Atoms, live at The Austin Patch. The studio version of the song was recorded for their abbum titled Choose Your Weapon, but this live version is as impecibly stellar live as it was on the album, and very hard to differentiate.

Hiatus Kaiyote - Borderline with My Atoms (Live at the #AustinPatch)

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Elise Trouw - Unraveling (live)

Live-Music-Television presents a live filmed recording of Elise Trouw and her song titled Unraveling. Photograph by Kirk Stauffer

Live-Music-Television is proud to present a filmed live performance of 18 year old drummer, singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Elise Trouw performing with her trio at The Loft at University California San Diego. The trio includes guitarist Alan Mackelburg and bassist Peter Eichar. The video was shot by Scott Lehman and Josh Pallag with the audio recording by Scott Lehman.

Elise Trouw - Unraveling (live)

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This post was created by Greg Chamberlain on January 30, 2018 with subsequent edits and updates by Mariana L. Villanueva for The Indies Network of entertainment brands. 

Quincy Jones' new on demand jazz channel, Qwest TV

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Live Music Television is excited for Quincy Jones and his new jazz music on demand service called Qwest TV, which is being dubbed The Netflix of Jazz. The channel has officially launched. Get your subscription now at

The video below, from Qwest TV, features the legendary Toots Thielemans performing his own interpretation of Stevie Wonder's classic song titled Isn't She Lovely from his 1976 album titled Songs In The Key of Life.  Qwest TV sets up Toots' live filmed performance of the song as follows:
"What happens when you need 馃枑️馃枑️ 2 hands to play the guitar and 馃枑️1 hand to play the chromatic harmonica? ✌️ Just ask for a little help from your pal!"

Qwest TV - Toots Thielemans

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St.L么 - In the Pines (Live at Trans Musicales Fest in France)

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Live Music Television is pleased to present a unique French act known as St.L么. The group is led by a commanding female vocalist named Miz Walidah backed by three of male musicians: docMau, iOta and Ton’s. Miz Walidah has a strong vocal sound that is all her own, but there have been those who have named Grace Jones, Annie Lennox and Nina Simone to describe the vein she is in.

This live performance below was filmed at a annual French music festival that started in 1979 known as Les Rencontres Trans Musicales, also known as Les Transmusicales de Rennes. It takes place in Rennes, Brittany, France. In 2017, it is happening from December 6th through December 10th.

The song that St.L么 performs is a cover, their own unique rendition, of a classic song titled In The Pines. The song that has unknown authorship, but dates back to at least the 1870's. Artists who have coverd it include Lead Belly, Bob Dylan, Kurt Cobain and even Dolly Parton.

The band states the following about their cover version of "In The Pines:
"... With almost every cover, singers have taken license to change the lyrics. In the Pines is a folk song and though it is unclear who originally wrote it, folk songs are made to blow in the wind of time and the public domain. They are susceptible to change. St.L么 reinterprets In the Pines as a two person conversation, a hauntingly soulful story, set to a steady four on the floor."
St.L么 - In the Pines (Live at Trans Musicales Fest in France)

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This post was on December 7, 2017 created by Gregory J. Chamberlain and Mariana L. Villanueva for The Indies Network.