Flashback to 1960's Frankly Jazz TV hosted by Frank Evans featuring Shorty Rogers

Frankly Jazz was a half-hour television program produced in Los Angeles in the early 1960s was hosted by Frank Evans, a leading jazz disc jockey of the day. Each program featured one or more prominent West Coast Jazz performer of the day.

Shorty Rogers, widely considered in jazz circles to be The Godfather of West Coast Jazz, plays 'Martian Bossanova' on this episode. Enjoy! GC

Under My Thumb: Blind Faith featuring Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Rick Gretch and Stevie Winwood perform free show in Hyde Park

Enjoy this performance of Blind Faith live at Hyde Park in 1969 performing the Rolling Stones song "Under My Thumb"

All 4 members of Blind Faith were superstars in their own right, when they decided to get together and make an album. They took their act on the road.

Blind Faith was Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Rick Gretch and Stevie Winwood.

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Ike & Tina Turner perform Otis Redding's song entitled Respect in 1971 Performance

Ike & Tina Turner perform Otis Redding's song entitled Respect in this 1971 live TV performance. Otis Redding's respect was also covered by Aretha Franklin and countless other recording artists. This is a classic version of the song. The back up singers simply give it their all, as does Tina Turner in her classic style. Connect direct with Tina Turner at her personal website at www.MySpace.Com/TinaTurner

Ayo performs with Gary Dourdan - A Change is Gonna Come

Ayo, the recording artist, is love. With one of the sweetest soulful voices on the planet, you will also find that the angels have blessed her.  Just look in her eyes and you will see that she emits kindess and love that is rare and pure as the groove and soul in her music. Enjoy! GC



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Chaka Khan and Rufus - Tell Me Something Good (Early 1974 Career Breakout Performance)

MusicTelevision.Com presents Chaka Khan

That is Bob Hope's voice introducing Rufus featuring Chaka Khan in this awesome old school 1974 clip as they perform their first hit together titled Tell Me Something Good, live in what was an early career breakout performance just about when Chaka Khan's career was starting to get traction. This is a great piece of history. What's not to love?



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Stevie Wonder wrote Tell Me Something Good for Rufus. He also went on to perform it many times himself.

Hear and see the Chaka Khan song and music video titled Angel, from her double Grammy winning 2007 album, here.

Jova Radevska - Se Raduvam i Taguvam

A MusicLoad.Com recommendation, Jova has a sweet voice! Enjoy :)

Brian Auger live at the Jazz Bilzen Festival, 1969

Brian Auger at the Jazz Bilzen Festival in Belgium, August 1969. The songs in the clip are 'Pavane' and 'I Just Got Some'.

Stan Getz with John Coltrane live in Dusseldorf, Germany in 1960

Sean Jones - I'll Remember April

Nina Simone - Feelings - Montreux Jazz Festival 1976

July 3, 1976 at the Montreux Jazz Festival

Lynyrd Skynyrd - Free Bird

This Lynyrd Skynyrd performance of Free Bird was shot on the BBC show Old Grey Whistle Test which that lasted from 1971 through 1987 on BBC. OGWT, as it was also known, was an influential Music Television program for it's time. The studio was only 32x22 feet which left little room for a set once the cameras and band were in.

This particular recording of Free Bird was filmed and aired in 1975.

Ray Charles - Live at Montreux 1997

Ray Charles was one of the true pioneers of soul music. Born in Georgia in 1930 he was one of the first performers to mix gospel, R & B and jazz to create a new form of black pop music that would come to be known as soul. His voice and delivery were strikingly different and instantly recognisable. He had his first hits in the early 50's and was still hitting the charts into the 21st century. His death in June 2004 from liver disease was front page news around the world.

This concert was filmed at the Montreux Jazz Festival on July 19, 1997 and features Ray Charles and his orchestra, led by sax player Al Jackson, and of course The Raelettes.

Ray Charles - Georgia

James Brown - Live in Montreux 1981

Sandhy Sondoro - Superstar

Live Music Television is proud to present Sandhy Sondoro and a live Indonesian TV performance of his song titled Superstar.



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