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The Greatest Jazz Films Ever (2DVD-Boxset - Deluxe Digipack Limited Edition)

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The Greatest Jazz Films Ever (2dvd-boxset - Deluxe Digipack Limited Edition)

MILES DAVIS QUINTET & GIL EVANS ORCHESTRA, CHARLIE PARKER, DIZZY GILLESPIE, LESTER YOUNG, ELLA FITZG

Featuring: Both Pal & NTSC systems on the same DVD - Universal Zone

REFERENCE: IDVD1059
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20th Century Jazz Masters Series

Both Pal & NTSC systems on the same DVD - Universal Zone

A beautiful, luxury 2 DVD-Set incl. the following films with legendary jazz masters:

- Jammin' the Blues: A classic studio short film documenting a jam session with some of the finest instrumentalists in jazz: Lester Young, Harry Edison, Illinois Jacquet, Sid Catlett, Barney Kessel, Jo Jones and others
- Be Bop’s Nest: The only Charlie Parker television appearance on the Stage Entrance show with Dizzy Gillespie and others.
- Jazz at The Philharmonic: A great studio short film offering five treasury clips featuring Coleman Hawkins, Charlie Parker, Lester Young, Harry Edison, Hank Jones, Ray Brown, Buddy Rich, Ella Fitzgerald, and others.
- The Sound of Miles Davis (Complete Edition): The exemplary television program featuring the Miles Davis Quintet with John Coltrane, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers and Jimmy Cobb, plus the Gil Evans Orchestra.
- The Sound of Jazz (Complete Edition): One of the great glorious moments on television containing memorable sequences with Billie Holiday, Lester Young, the Thelonious Monk Trio, Henry “Red” Allen and his All Stars, Count Basie Orchestra, and the Jimmy Giuffre Trio with Jim Hall and Pee Wee Russell as a special guest.
- Jazz from Studio 61: With the original Ahmad Jamal Trio and the Ben Webster Quintet accompanied by Buck
Clayton, Hank Jones, Vic Dickenson, George Duvivier and Jo Jones.

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