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Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers

Live jazz concert from Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club in London, England.

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  • "Live jazz concert from Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club in London, England."@en
  • "Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers perform at Ronnie Scott's in London. Interviews with Art included."
  • "In this 1982 concert Art Blakey introduces trumpet prodigy Wynton Marsalis to the jazz world, who is featured along with brother Branford in this sizzling hard bop concert."@en
  • ""Superstar siblings Wynton and Branford Marsalis perform in their only joint appearance on home video in the sizzling hard bop concert recorded in 1982 at the Smithsonian Institute. The brothers co-star with the legendary drummer Art Blakey and other members of the Jazz Messengers."--Container."@en
  • "Blakey and the Jazz Messengers perform live at the Smithsonian."@en
  • "Blakey and the Jazz Messengers perform live at the Smithsonian."
  • "An historic concert recorded live at Umbria Jazz, 20 July 1976. Special feature: Art Blakey's biography."@en
  • ""In this 1982 concert Art Blakey introduces trumpet prodigy Wynton Marsalis to the jazz world, who is featured along with brother Branford in this sizzling hard bop concert.""
  • "Blakey and the Jazz Messengers perform at the Smithsonian in 1982; songs include Little man, My ship, New York, and Webb City."
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  • "Superstar siblings Wynton and Bradford Marsalis perform in their only joint appearance on home video in this sizzling hard bop concert recorded in 1982 at the Smithsonian Institute. The brothers co-star with the legendary drummer Art Blakey and other members of the Jazz Messengers in this special concert video program. Wynton Marsalis is the trumpet soloist on an extended version of Kurt Weill's "My ship"; Brandford Marsalis trades sax links with tenor Bill Pierce. Together, the multi-Grammy Award winning Marsalis Brothers demonstrate the virtuosity that has made them among the best-selling jazz artists of all time."
  • "A big band concert by Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers."@en
  • "Second in a continuing series of concerts recorded live in the intimate surroundings of Ronnie Scotts Club, recorded 21st February 1985. Includes an interview with Art Blakey about his life, music and beliefs."@en

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  • "Āto Bureikī ando Jazu Messenjāzu"
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  • "Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers."
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  • "Art Blakey + the Jazz Messengers at Ronnie Scott's, London"@en
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  • "Live at the Smithsonian : Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers"
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