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All I know is I’m in love with you, even though you say that we are through I know without your love I just can’t go on, I wonder where our love has gone Always thought you’d love me more and more, never dreamed you’d ever let me go I know without your love I just can’t go on, I wonder where our love has gone 



 (Source: salsmineo)All I know is I’m in love with you, even though you say that we are through I know without your love I just can’t go on, I wonder where our love has gone Always thought you’d love me more and more, never dreamed you’d ever let me go I know without your love I just can’t go on, I wonder where our love has gone 



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All I know is I’m in love with you, even though you say that we are through
I know without your love I just can’t go on, I wonder where our love has gone
Always thought you’d love me more and more, never dreamed you’d ever let me go
I know without your love I just can’t go on, I wonder where our love has gone

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frankiemachines:




 Ella Fitzgerald sings “St. Louis Blues” live in Rome on her birthday in 1958



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 Ella Fitzgerald sings “St. Louis Blues” live in Rome on her birthday in 1958



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frankiemachines:

Ella Fitzgerald sings “St. Louis Blues” live in Rome on her birthday in 1958

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jazz-swing:

Thelonious Monk Quartet - Monk In Denmark

Filmed in Denmark on April 17, 1966.

Thelonious Monk - Piano
Charlie Rouse - Tenor Sax
Larry Gales - Bass
Ben Riley - Drums

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fyamericanroots:

Anita O’Day singing “Sweet Georgia Brown” and “Tea For Two” at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1958, an excerpt from the film Jazz on a Summer’s Day. She’s so fantastic and I can’t understand how the crowd is so  exanimate. 

chotai:

Billie Holiday singing My Yiddishe Mama during rehearsal at William Dufty’s house in 1956. The child you hear in the background is Billie’s godchild Mae.

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drum-taps:




 Miles Davis—“The Theme”  [Live]


 Miles Davis At Newport 1958 (Columbia 1964).



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 Miles Davis—“The Theme”  [Live]


 Miles Davis At Newport 1958 (Columbia 1964).



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drum-taps:

Miles Davis—“The Theme”  [Live]

Miles Davis At Newport 1958 (Columbia 1964).

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liverewnd:

Miles Davis, “No Blues”, on The Steve Allen Show, 1964. The same Davis/Shorter/Hancock/Carter/Williams lineup as the Plugged Nickel shows.

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rootsnbluesfestival:

Miles live by David Redfern

rootsnbluesfestival:

Miles live by David Redfern

roberthope:




 Benny Goodman - My Gal Sal; live from 1937-38 Jazz Concertroberthope:




 Benny Goodman - My Gal Sal; live from 1937-38 Jazz Concert

roberthope:

Benny Goodman - My Gal Sal; live from 1937-38 Jazz Concert

newflags:

Max Roach - “Freedom Day” (live)

From We Insist!: Freedom Now Suite (1960)