Miles Davis Electric Band - Live at Montreux Jazz Festival -1973

Today (May 26) is the birthday of Miles Davis, who needs no introduction. However, for those too young to know who Miles Davis was when he was alive, these live performances from the 1973 Montreux Jazz Festival in Montreux, Switzerland, are a great way to get up to speed.

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Miles Davis Electric Band - Live at Montreux Jazz Festival - 1973 - Part 1

Miles Davis Electric Band - Live at Montreux Jazz Festival - 1973 - Part 2

Miles Davis Electric Band - Live at Montreux Jazz Festival - 1973 - Part 3

Miles Davis Electric Band - Live at Montreux Jazz Festival -1973 - Bonus

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Under Pressure - David Bowie and Annie Lennox with Queen

Rehearsal before the tribute to Freddy Mercury :)

The Real Show! (April 20, 1992)

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Dead Sara

first heard Dead Sara by way of the Sunset Sessions and stumbled upon this bookmark I saved a couple of years back. Thought and still think the leader of this band rocks. She transcends the crappy recording and jiggly video. This particular recording was made in December of 2007. Enjoy! Peace Love Groove, GC

Dead Sara - Sorry For it All

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Cha Sun Chong - Our Kindergarten Teacher

Seriously, can't help but love this, for the expression the faces of these young guitarists. One might think youngsters like this would be trained like robots to pull this off, but they each have a level of bliss that is priceless and it seems the groove they have is real. They hear it, they feel it, they get it. - Enjoy! Peace Love Groove, GC

Choir of Young Believers - Hollow Talk

Choir of Young Believers - Hollow Talk (Live on KEXP)

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Toots Hibbert - I've Got Dreams To Remember

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Queen of Soul

Had seen this particular clip long ago, but today saw it again via Mike Finnigan's Facebook page and had to repost for your enjoyment. Mike wrote: "Everybody knows she's one of the greatest singers evah, but check out her piano playing!" - Enjoy! gc

Aretha Franklin - Don't Play That Song - (Live 1970)

Lisa Marie Presley - Over Me (Rehearsal Footage)

Here is a May 8, 2012 rehearsal video of Lisa Marie Presley & her band performing the song "Over Me" from her most recent release titled Storm & Grace. Enjoy! Peace Love Groove, GC

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Crosby Stills Nash & Young - Down By The River - Live at Esalen - 1969

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Classic clip of CSNY live at Big Sur (Esalen Institute), California, September 14, 1969. Neil Young (vocal, guitar), Stephen Stills (guitar, vocal), David Crosby (guitar, vocal), Graham Nash (keyboards), Greg Reeves (bass), Dallas Taylor (drums).

Crosby Stills Nash & Young - Down By The River (Live at Esalen in 1969)

The Loose Marbles - New Orleans Street Band

The Loose Marbles
The Loose Marbles perform on the streets of New Orleans
This song post via Mike Finnigan who is on the road with Bonnie Raitt at present and in New Orleans for a show. He posted the following to his Facebook page:
"I've been coming to New Orleans for 40 years, and it's always a treat. It's got more character than any city in America. A place where the cultural traditions of the people that make up America are honored and celebrated. A day in New Orleans just makes ya feel better than you did, even if you felt good when ya got here. There's music and art all around, all the time, and everywhere I look I see something inspiring, delightfully shabby, charming, shocking, funny. Our hotel in the French Quarter is 125 years old, but comfortable and humming with activity. Life is good..."
Thank you Mike! GC

The Loose Marbles - New Orleans Street Band

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The Beatles - Love Is All You Need

The Beatles - Love Is All You Need - (Live Broadcast - 1967)

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