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Playlist of Hank Jones Trio, Sadao Watanabe, Chick Corea, Hiromi, Austin Peralta

  • Hank Jones Trio, Sadao Watanabe, Chick Corea, Hiromi, Austin Peralta @ The Tokyo Jazz Fest


    Doesnt she embody her music as she plays??

    Its mesmerizing.

    From old to young - all four pianists approach the melody differently..

    ...rendering four different grooves for a single song....

    .....with the drums and sax switching to their tempo as the four play......

    .......while the timescale remains the same.

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  • Someday My Prince Will Come - Hank Jones Trio and Guests


    An incredible live performance of old and new stars at the Tokyo Jazz Festival in 2006. Sadao Watanabe, Chick Corea, Hiromi Uehara, and Austin Peralta join Hank's trio in a 'perfect storm' of past, present and potential future legends of jazz.

    The Trio consists of John Patitucci on bass and Omar Hakim on drums, with Hank, of course, coaxing the warmth of the piano's tones from the keyboard.

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  • Pianistas: Chick Corea - Hiromi Uehara - Austin Peralta - Hank Jones


    Los acompañan Omar Hakim : Batería, John Patitucci: Bajo
    El tema: Someday My Prince Will Come
    Editado por dani

  • Blue Monk - Hank Jones Trio and Guests


    The Hank Jones Trio at this performance consisted of John Patitucci on bass and Omar Hakim on drums, with Hank, of course, coaxing the warmth of the piano's tones from the keyboard. The addition of Hiromi, Austin Peralta, Chick Corea and Sadao Watanabe added a new dimension to the old Thelonious Monk tune.

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  • Hiromi: The Trio Project - 48° Heineken Jazzaldia


    Festival de Jazz de San Sebastián 2013

    feat. Anthony Jackson & Steve Smith

  • Hank Jones The Great Jazz Trio - Blue Note, Tokyo, Japan, 2009-02-18


    Hank Jones The Great Jazz Trio

    Hank Jones(p)
    David Wong(b)
    Billy Kilson(ds)

    Hank Jones The Great Jazz Trio
    Live at Blue Note Tokyo
    2009-02-18 wed. - 02-24 tue.

    Part 1

    01 Opening
    02 On Green Dolphin Street (Includes interview of Hank Jones)
    03 Interface
    04 interview of Hank Jones
    05 Blue Minor
    06 Round About Midnight

    Part 2

    01 Opening
    02 Wave (Includes interview of Hank Jones)
    03 Coming Home Baby
    04 interview of Hank Jones
    05 I Got Rhythm
    06 In A Sentimental Mood

    Japanese Satellite Broadcast BS FUJI

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  • Hiromi Uehara - The Trio Project - Dancando no Paraiso - Jazz à Vienne 2011 - LIVE HD


    Hiromi Uehara - Dancando no Paraiso - Jazz à Vienne 2011 - LIVE HD

    The Trio Project
    Hiromi Uehara (p),
    Anthony Jackson (b),
    Steve Smith (d)

    Produced by : Zycopolis Productions
    Directed by : Patrick SAVEY

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  • The Trio Featuring Hank Jones, Wendell Marshall And Kenny Clarke


  • Just Friends


    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Just Friends (Live) · Hank Jones · Mads Vinding · Shelly Manne

    Live at Jazzhus Slukefter 1983

    ℗ 2018 Storyville

    Released on: 2018-01-26

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Hiromi Uehara - Jazz à Vienne 2011 - LIVE HD


    Hiromi Uehara - Jazz à Vienne 2011 - LIVE HD

    Directed by : Patrick Savey
    Produced by : Zycopolis Productions

    HIROMI UEHARA (piano)
    STEVE SMITH (batterie)

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  • 上原ひろみ ザ・トリオ・プロジェクト - 「MOVE」ライヴ・クリップ


    上原ひろみ ザ・トリオ・プロジェクト feat. アンソニー・ジャクソン&サイモン・フィリップス 最新作『MOVE』 2012. 9.5 ON SALE! 限界の、その先へ。世界中を興奮の渦に巻き込む最強トリオ!

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  • Sadao Watanabe I am old fashioned


    Performance from Kirin the club in 1991!! This is one of my favorite song played by S.Watanabe.(Ds;Harvey Mason,Guiter' Perry Hughes, Organ; Ronny Foster).
    The album with same title tune is also recommended.(with great jazz trio)

  • Recuérdame - Hank Jones Trio


  • Hiromi Uehara - Voice - Jazz à Vienne 2011 - LIVE HD


    Hiromi Uehara - Voice - Jazz à Vienne 2011 - LIVE HD

    Hiromi Uehara (p),
    Anthony Jackson (b),
    Steve Smith (d)

    Produced by : Zycopolis Productions
    Directed by : Patrick SAVEY

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  • Chick Corea & Hiromi  上原ひろみ&チックコリア


    Duet 02 Old Castle, by the River, in the Middle of a Forest

  • Chick Corea & Hiromi Uehara Medley上原ひろみ&チックコリア.flv


    Talented Duet. OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE : Old Castle, By the River, In the Middle of the Forest.

  • Austin Peralta - Capricornus


    Austin Peralta Capricornus from the album 'Endless Planets' on Brainfeeder.
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  • Fool on the Hill / Chick Corea & Hiromi Uehara


  • Sicily


    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Sicily · Chick Corea


    ℗ 1978 Polydor Inc.

    Released on: 1978-01-01

    Producer: Chick Corea
    Composer: Chick Corea

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  • Confirmation Sadao Watanabe and Jackie Mclean


    From Mt Fuji Jazz Festival 1988.

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  • Return to Forever - School Days - LIVE HD


    Return to Forever - School Days - Jazz à Vienne 2011
    Produced by : Zycopolis Productions & Act 4
    Directed by : Patrick Savey
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    Musicians :
    Chick COREA (Piano) チックコレア
    Stanley CLARKE (Bass)
    Lenny WHITE (Drums)
    Jean-Luc PONTY (Violin)
    Frank GAMBALE (Guitar)

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  • The Great Jazz Trio by HANK JONES - Waltz for Debby_Five Spot After Dark



  • Hank Jones The Great Jazz Trio - ♩ Blue Minor / Round Midnight - Live @ Blue Note Tokyo


    ♩ Blue Minor & Round Midnight
    performed by Hank Jones The Great Jazz Trio
    February, 2009
    @ Blue Note Tokyo

    Hank Jones (p), David Wong (b), Billy Kilson (ds)

    Special thanks to BS FUJI

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  • Chick Corea plays Chopin


    Mazurka op 17 n 4

  • Hiromi - Take Me Away


    Keyboard Magazine gets a special performance from artist Hiromi of the song Take Me Away, from her new record Spark.

    Directed by Juan Patino Photography
    Additional Videographer: Sam Rider
    Editor: Max Plutte

  • Hiromi The Trio Project performing Alive



    The major characteristics of life include birth, growth, movement, awareness, adaptation and death. And ever since she emerged on the scene in 2003, Hiromi has been one of the most profound and prolific living forces in 21st century music. Mentored by the legendary Ahmad Jamal, the Japanese pianist/composer has created music that grows with every performance, moves easily beyond stylistic genres, exhibits an awareness of the entire jazz tradition and adapts to the contributions of her fellow bandmates.

    So it's only apropos that her latest recording, set for release on June 17, 2014, via Telarc, a division of Concord Music Group, is entitled Alive.

    Her ninth CD as a leader, Alive, heralds the return of Hiromi's Trio Project, featuring contrabass guitarist Anthony Jackson (Steely Dan, Paul Simon, Michel Camilo, The O'Jays and Chick Corea) and drummer Simon Phillips (Toto, The Who, Judas Priest, David Gilmour and Jack Bruce). This terrific triad, which DownBeat magazine proclaimed as one of the most exciting groups working in any genre today, first formed in 2011 and recorded their first CD, Voice, that year, followed by Move in 2013. On Alive, Phillips' powerful, yet poetic percussion and Jackson's flowing, glow-in-the-dark basslines beautifully buoy and support Hiromi's ingenious and impassioned improvisations. Her evocative and expansive compositions evoke the myriad moods and mysteries of life and reveal the soulful, syncopated simpatico of her thrilling threesome.

    Alive has a double meaning for me, Hiromi says. I wanted to write songs that deal with things and emotions that we encounter in life. But the word Alive can also mean 'played live.' I've been performing with Simon and Anthony for four years. We've made three records together, and we've done so many live shows as a trio. We have a great time being adventurous, and I felt that we can make the record sound like a live recording in front of the audience.

    That's the great thing about having a working trio: We understand how to make each other shine. Anthony is an amazing improviser. He composes incredible counter-lines when I solo, and he always plays something to make [the music] shine even more. And Simon has an amazing tone and a beautiful sound on the drums; he's like an orchestra. They can play anything, and they understand so many different genres of music. They have no boundaries. It's been a great journey with this group.

  • Chick Corea & Herbie Hancock Someday My Prince Will Come 1974


    Herbie Hancock & Chick Corea
    1974 Chicago, IL PBS Soundstage

    Someday My Prince Will Come

  • Hiromi Uehara 2010 Solo Tour Documentary


    The latest solo album Spectrum is now on sale!
    It ’s an amazing album!

  • Spain - Chick Corea


    Recorded in:
    Studio QVART, Serbia, Zemun, Alaska 45
    Tech support:
    Audio Light Concept,
    Recorded and produced by Zoran Timotijevic Zoks
    Executive studio production: Ivan Nikolic Coki

    Filming - Predrag Ilic
    Video Editing:
    Recorded: July 31. 2017.

    The Band:

    Katarina Kocetova (15) - Keyboard
    Miljana Sokolovic (15) - Saxophone
    Pavle Petrovic (15) - Bass
    Grigorije Avramovic (13) - Guitar
    Djuradj Djuricic (13) - Drums



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    Austin Peralta & Zach Harmon stopped by Knocksville to deliver a fully improvised set with a one of a kind futuristic jazz performance.


  • In A Mellow Tone - The Great Jazz Trio


    In A Mellow Tone - The Great Jazz Trio (Hank Jones)
    Stella By Starlight / Recorded at Sony Music Studios TOKYO on September 4, 2006

    Hank Jones (p)
    John Patitucci (b)
    Omar Hakim (ds)

    mogu select jazz piano trio

  • Cape Cod Chips / Hiromi Uehara


  • Hank Jones - Pauletta


    Elegance, class, sophistication, world class talent, sublime, erudite in word and at the keyboard, master of Jazz.

    These are but a few of the words that describe the playing of pianist Hank Jones, as well as the man himself. From his CD - For My Father

  • Chick Corea Akoustic Band - Round Midnight


    From the Munich Philharmonic
    Chick Corea Akoustik Band Live Concert

    Chick Corea - piano
    John Patitucci - contrabass
    Dave Weckl - drums

    Thelonius Monk - Round Midnight

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  • DOWN EAST / Sadao Watanabe


    1987 Sadao Watanabe(sn) Russell Ferrante(key) Robben Ford(eg) Abraham Laboriel(eb) William Kennedy(ds) Alex Acuna(per)

  • Austin Peralta - Algiers


    Austin Peralta Algiers from the album 'Endless Planets' on Brainfeeder
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  • Martial Solal & Hank Jones - Jazz A Vienne 2009


    1.Tea For Two
    2.Rhythm A Night
    3.What Is This Thing Called Love
    4.Round Midnight
    5.Blue Monk
    6.On Green Dolphin Street

    Martial Solal - piano
    Hank Jones - piano
    Francois Moutin - bass
    Louis Moutin - drums

  • Austin Peralta Memorial Concert - Nothing Personal


    The second annual event in honor of the never fading memory of Austin Peralta, featured some great bands and musicians. On this full version of 'Nothing Personal', I'm joined by Ruslan Sirota on piano, Ben Shepherd on bass, and the late, great Zane Musa on saxophone.
    Videographer: Tom Bartolac

    Backline supplied by Blue Whale... I still play DW (played the house kit on this night, as did everyone on the bill).

  • Full Concert: The Music of Miles Davis - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis


    From the Vault: The Music of Miles Davis
    Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
    Rose Theater
    Nov. 18, 2018

    4:17 - Deception (Composer: Miles Davis; arranger: Gerry Mulligan)
    11:19 - Boplicity (Comp.: Miles Davis; arr.: Gil Evans)
    17:01 - Half Nelson (Comp.: Miles Davis; arr.: Sherman Irbu)
    25:12 - Gone (Comp.: Hayward Dubose, George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin; arr.: Gil Evans)
    32:28 - Something Else (Comp.: Miles Davis; arr.: Chris Crenshaw)
    45:44 - Milestones (Comp.: Miles Davis; arr.: Chris Crenshaw)
    57:00 - Seven Steps to Heaven (Comp.: Miles Davis, Victor Feldman; arr.: Ted Nash)
    1:05:08 - Eighty-One (Comp.: Miles Davis, Ron Carter; arr.: Marcus Printup)
    1:12:37 - Joshua (Comp.: Miles Davis, Victor Feldman; arr.: Carlos Henriquez)
    1:21:39 - Drad Dog (Comp.: Miles Davis; arr.: Gil Evans)
    1:28:39 - Tout de Suite (Comp.: Miles Davis; arr.: Gil Evans)
    1:42:53 - Wrinkle (Comp.: Miles Davis; arr.: Gil Evans)

    The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis performs Miles Davis’ groundbreaking music from the 1940s–60s. Davis’ work during these years is unparalleled in its stylistic range, impact, and enduring popularity, and this show will explore the pivotal musical moments on his quest towards innovation.

    After demonstrating Davis’ early bebop stylings, as heard in songs like “Little Willie Leaps,” the JLCO will move on to the rich, textured arrangements of Birth of the Cool, showcasing the unconventional brass instrumentation that gave it its unique sound. You will hear landmark pieces from Davis’ “first great quintet,” including his initial experiment with modal jazz in 1958’s “Milestones”—a style fleshed out further in Davis’ 1959 landmark, Kind of Blue.

    Davis stayed ahead of the curve throughout the 1960s, offering a preview of the sounds that would gain popularity in years to come. The JLCO will show you this progression, revisiting the “second great quintet’s” brand of swinging, avant-garde eclecticism as well as the earliest traces of Davis’ transition into electric jazz. For this last component, the JLCO will perform an expansive arrangement of “Toute de Suite”. This was one of the last recordings of the 2nd great Miles Davis Quintet featuring Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, Wayne Shorter and Tony Williams.

    This timeless music remains enormously popular among both hardcore jazz fans and casual listeners, and this concert will provide you with new perspective on each composition and creative breakthrough.

    Sherman Irby - alto saxophone
    Ted Nash - alto saxophone
    Victor Goines - tenor saxophone
    Camille Thurman - tenor saxophone
    Paul Nedzela - baritone & alto saxophones, bass clarinet

    Ryan Kisor
    Kenny Rampton
    Marcus Printup
    Wynton Marsalis

    Vincent Gardner
    Chris Crenshaw
    Elliot Mason

    Dan Nimmer - piano
    Carlos Henriquez - bass
    Willie Jones III - drums

    Cat Henry - Vice President, Concerts and Touring
    Eric D. Wright - Director, Concerts and Touring Operations
    Justin Bias - Concert Producer
    Edmundo Montoya - Production Manager
    Zak Al-Alami - Lighting Director
    David Robinson - Sound Engineer
    Billy Banks - Stage Manager
    Terry Hampton - Assistant Stage Manager
    Greg Mccrossan - Artist Assistant
    Jason Olaine - Director, Programming and Touring
    Kay Wolff, Christi English - Music Administration
    Georgina Javor - Assistant Director, Programming

    Len Reggio - Executive Producer
    Justin Bias - Producer
    James Sapione - Director
    Rob Macomber - Chief Engineer
    James P. Nichols - Mix and Engineering
    Hiram Becker, Steven Marchiarullo - Camera Operator
    Brandon Smith - Webcast Assistant

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  • Hiromi : The Trio Project - Voice Live In Marciac 2012


    [Amazing Live]

    Hiromi : The Trio Project - Live In Marciac 2012


    Hiromi Uehara - Piano
    Anthony Jackson - Bass
    Simon Philips - Drums

  • Hank Jones - Cleopatras Dream


    Hank Jones (p), David Wong (b), Lee Pearson (ds)
    Album:Hank Jones The Great Jazz Trio/ Last Recording
    Recorded:Sony Music Studios Tokyo,February 24, 2010

  • Beegie Adair Trio - Autumn Leaves


    The iconic Beegie Adair Trio performs the jazz classic Autumn Leaves, written by Joseph Kosma (English lyric by Johnny Mercer) - live at the Nashville Jazz Workshop in Nashville, TN.

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    Beegie Adair -piano, Roger Spencer - bass, and Chris Brown - drums.

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  • Hiromi & Edmar Castaneda - Fire


    The Elements: Fire (Live) by Hiromi and Edmar Castaneda from the album Live In Montreal.

  • Hank Jones Lazy Afternoon


    Hank Jones Lazy Afternoon

  • Someday my prince will come


    Watanabe, Sadao(As), Autin Peralta(p), Uehara, Hiromi(p), Chick Corea(p) and The Great Jazz Trio

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  • Hank Jones - Because I Love You


    Hank Jones - Because I Love You
    For My Father / Recorded at Nola Studios, NYC. On Jan.30 & Feb.1.2004

    Hank Jones (p)
    George Mraz (b)
    Dennis Mackrel (ds)

    mogu select jazz piano trio

  • Hiromis Sonicbloom – Time Difference


    Tokyo 2007

  • Chick Corea on Trilogy 2 with Christian McBride & Brian Blade


    Chick on the magic behind his trio with Christian McBride & Brian Blade: There's all kinds of ways to surprise each other. I never know what they're going to do. Trilogy 2 is out now! Grab a copy here:

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  • Austin Peralta - Diminution




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