Melody Gardot doing the cover of Bill Withers “Ain’t No Sunshine” This is probably the best live version of her performance.
Excellent quality recording. BBC broadcasts 1961 and 1962 and also NDR, Germany 1967. Some variation in personnel – 13.7.1961 BBC – Tracks 1-6 and 15-19 MONTY SUNSHINE JAZZ BAND Monty Sunshine, clarinet Rod Mason, trumpet, Graham Stewart, trombone, Johnny Parker, piano, Dickie Bishop, banjo, guitar, Jerry Salisbury, bass and tuba, Nick Nicholls, drums, Beryl Bryden, vocal and washboard – 14.6.1962 BBC – Tracks 7-9 – as above, but Graham Stewart, vocal and George Mel… More >>
Single OUT NOW, download from itunes at is.gd or is.gd The Jive Aces new music video for the Morecambe and Wise classic “Bring Me Sunshine” from their forthcoming album “King of the Swingers”. True ukulele power! www.jiveaces.com – http Special thanks to everyone who took part including: Joanne Good ( www.joannegood.co.uk ) Jim Meskimen ( http ) Elsa Fisher Lili La Scala ( www.lililascala.com ) The Satin Dollz ( http ) Dancing from: Mark and Gen Joseph, Trisha and Manny ( www.jiveswing.com ) Scott and Annie ( http ) Lil’ Miss Hayley ( is.gd ) And our fabulous locations: Bobby Jo’s 50’s Diner, Southend ( www.bobbyjosdiner.co.uk ) Cafe 50’s, Hollywood ( http ) Michael Todd’s Hair Dressing ( www.michaeltoddhairdressing.co.uk )
‘Everybody loves the sunshine’ at the Malcolm X Jazz Festival
It’s hard to say what was more inspirational at Saturday’s Malcolm X Jazz Festival — the live musical performances on the Main Stage, the dance troupes on the Katherine Dunham Dance Stage, the spoken word performers on the Javad Jahi Stage, the freestyle b-boy/b-girl and turfin’ at the Dream Court or the crowd, a multicultural, multi-generational calabash of styles and smiles that was 100 perce …
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