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    Favorite Youtube Videos

    So I just wanted to open this thread for people to post their favorite jazz youtube videos. This can include videos that you thought were musically interesting or videos that you thought offered something new...feel free to post different styles of jazz!

    Here is one of my favorite jazz youtube videos:

    Antonio Sanchez-Greedy Silence

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZdrlfkA2T4
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    I thought "Sights & Sounds" was the category for this type of stuff?

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    oooh you are right! sorry, do you know how to delete this thread and move it to a new section?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzperspective View Post
    oooh you are right! sorry, do you know how to delete this thread and move it to a new section?
    Just private message a moderator and they'll move it for you

    That Sanchez vid you posted is killer!!!

    Here's one I've been enjoying recently:


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    NICE! I like it. It is different then the normal jazz music that I listen to which is more intense and high energy.

    Here is another video that I really love...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOFc4...layer_embedded

    I actually wrote a post in my blog that has a list of the top videos that I think are killin on youtube. I found alot of great saxophone solos and duos on youtube.
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    OH my goodness! I'd never heard of Antonio Sanchez, those videos have changed my life!
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    By the way, here's one of my favourites http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86Pz-XYLULg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lupacante View Post
    By the way, here's one of my favourites http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86Pz-XYLULg
    I LOVE SONNY ROLLINS! Good choice!

    Antonio Sanchez is such a dynamic musician. Check out that whole album Migration. It features Chris Potter and David Sanchez. The other outube videos of the sanchez group is killin as well.
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    Certainly the best funk performance I've seen on youtube - Pure Dynamite:

    Mother Popcorn

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    Mike Stern can really play, no objection to that:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6m3fuF0s6s

    Normally not a player I hear a lot, but he sure can play.

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    This is one

    I wish the audio quality was better or I had this performance among my collection of Art's stuff.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfGDTGBHM9M
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    For the feel good video of the day, click here.

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