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Benny Goodman - first to bring jazz to Carnegie Hall ~Repinned Via Chloé Pascual http://tikiloungetalk.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/goodman.jpg

Benny Goodman - Watch what happens, aus ''Die Regenschirme von Cherbourg''

Oscar Peterson Trio -   "Satin Doll" - 1989  Canadian Jazz Pianist - originally pinned by Louise Szczepanik

Oscar Peterson Trio - "Satin Doll" - 1989 Canadian Jazz Pianist - originally pinned by Louise Szczepanik

'Count Your Blessings (Instead Of Sheep)' From "White Christmas" (1954) - By Irving Berlin - Performed By Bing Crosby

Bing Crosby — Count Your Blessings (Instead Of Sheep) - - - Bing Crosby's voice always soothes my soul when things have gone awry. Same goes for Louis Armstrong and Frank Sinatra.

Anita O'Day - she has a great voice!

Jazz Singer Anita O'Day with a great link. All about the Japanese and their love for Jazz and African American culture.


American pianist, composer, author, comedian, and actor. He was famous for his mordant character.

Greatest jazz composer ever - Charles Mingus. #Charles_Mingus #jazz

One of my favorite music stories ever is when Migus got pissed off at an off time piano player so he walked over to the piano mid-song and tore out the piano strings with his bare hands. Big scary dude but one of the greats.

Louis Armstrong, Paris, France, 1960  © Herman Leonard

Louis Armstrong, Paris, France, 1960 August 1901 – July 1971 He was an American jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans

Cab Calloway   Label: Epic 3265   12" LP 1956   Illustration: Sam Norkin

Find a Cab Calloway - Cab Calloway first pressing or reissue. Complete your Cab Calloway collection.

John Coltrane, 1958, Columbia Recording Studios, NY. Photo by Don Hunstein.

John Coltrane, Columbia Recording Studios, New York City, 1958 (photo by Don Hunstein)

Nature Boy by Nat King Cole "The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return."

"Nature Boy" sung by Nat King Cole 1948 who sings the delightful words & melody in his signature soft baritone voice; writer: US hippie Eden Ahbez 1947