Great Musicians to listen to: We will have two kinds of studies on this page. 1st there will be a study of different songs played by different musicians. This will show how music varies between artist. 2nd there will just be performances by different musicians to listen to and enjoy.
**There’s little doubt that learning to play a musical instrument & listening to music are great for developing brains.

*Now this is something you don’t get to see everyday… my friend Bobby Shew
Also an instrument you dpn’t get to see everyday……

Red Prysock – Hand Clappin”
Thelonious Monk Orchestra Monk’s Mood Live At Town Hall 1959
Michael Brecker – Delta City Blues – 1998
*I got to see him play this live once…. unbelievable……
Trumpet duel ´90:
Wynton Marsalis, Arturo Sandoval, James Morrison & Jon Faddis.
Maynard Ferguson – “Gospel John”
*Check out the hair styles
Phil Woods – Cheek To Cheek

Gary McFarland – America The Beautiful
Gary McFarland & Clark Terry – Soul Bird
Gary McFarland How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying
Gary McFarland A Hard Days Night By Gary McFarland
Stam Getz – Manha De Carnaval Gary McFarland, I watched Gary write the album sitting on my Sister and Brother-in -laws couch with his legs crossed… David Baker picked him up and took him to the airport to go to NY…. I am not sure if he ever heard anything before it was recorded … it is truly beautiful…..
Chega De Saudade( No More Blues)— Gary Mcfarland Orchestra, Stan Getz

Chet Baker – Greatest Hits Vol. 1
Chet Baker – Sings
The Cannonball Adderley Quintet In San Francisco (1959)

Ain’t no sunshine when she’s gone Bill Wither, Shawn James, Joe Cocker, John Mayer, Matt Anderson, Soft Jazz, Strange Instrumental, Rap Beat, Piano Instrumental, DMX Instrumental,
Paul Desmond Alto Saxophone
Take Five
Paul and Gerry Mulligan Take Five
One of the ways to learn how to play a melody is to listen to great women singers
This is Whitney Houston singing I Will always love you… it has 770,205,220 views and YouTube. The saxophone solo is by Kirk Whalum
Someday My Prince Will Come
Bill Evans Piano–YgSCfA
Miles Davis,
Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond
Oscar Peterson and Nelson Riddle arrangement
Oscar Peterson Trio
Stephan Braun Jazz Cello
Barbara Streisand
Andrea Motis and Joan Chamorro Group
Chick Corea Akoustic Band
Cory Henry Piano
John Coltrane
Giant Steps
Camille Bertault Scat “Giant Steps” jazz improvisation