“The Other Woman” (written by Jessie Mae Robinson,1919–1966 ) from the album “Nina At Townhall”, NYC SEpt 15th 1959    
Driva’ Man 1964 HD Written by Max Roach and Oscar Brown, “Driva Man” tells the explicit story of slavery through its lyrics and accompaniment. Personnel: Max Roach – drums Abbey Lincoln – vocals
Frank Sinatra – The Lady Is A Tramp ft. Ella Fitzgerald
Boswell Sisters- Crazy People – 1932 Film Clip Boswell Sisters: Connee (L) Vet (C-Standing) Martha (R – piano)
Bessie Smith – St. Louis Blues (1929) Bessie Smith – vocal
Connie Boswell – The Nearness Of You (H. Carmichael), 1940 “The Nearness Of You” was originally written by Ned Jones and Hoagy Carmichael for the movie “Romance In The Dark” (1937) with Gladys Swarthout and [More]
Thursday April 17th 2008, Opera House, Sydney, Australia Nature Boy with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Described by New York Times as ‘the standout male jazz vocalist of our times’, Kurt Elling’s smooth four-octave baritone voice [More]
Melody Gardot’s La Vie En Rose was recorded exclusively for luxury jewellers Piaget and is available on the deluxe edition of her album ‘The Absence’ which is out now. Melody Gardot – vocal
Blue Lu Barker – A Little Bird told Me