I hope to build this list up to 100 clips. Some of the early stuff is simply piano rolls or recordings fronted by a still image. But still ...
Aphabetical surname order.
Louis Armstrong - when The Saints Go Marching In Distracting video but great improv..
Eubie Blake plays Black Keys on Parade and Lovie Joe. Newport 1960.
Duke Ellington at The Cotton Club.- Jungle nights in Harlem, Saratoga Swing, Haunted Nights. -
Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra - The Stampede. 78 r.p.m. This is also notable for featuring the Victrola disc player.
James P. Johnson plays Bleeding Hearted Blues. Piano roll.
Scott Joplin plays Maple Leaf Rag. Piano roll cut by Joplin, perhaps the playback tempo is a bit too andante.
Mark Murphy - On Green Doolphin Street. Way out there. But he still has the instrument @ 76. His Eleanor Rigby from the 1970s is the best jazz version I ever heard.
Joe Williams with Count Basie - Well Alright, Okay, You Win. Cookin! Not jazz, but Here's To Life. And What a wonderful World.
Teddy Wilson - Love
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