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But Lewis is not the star of the set, per se. He serves primarily as host here, as master of ceremonies for the initial episodes of the PBS series collected within, said to be the first weekly jazz program on American television in some four decades. Lewis intros his guests, chats with them, they perform separately, and at the end they jam, sometimes with Lewis joining them.

Learn more about "Legends of Jazz With Ramsey Lewis: Showcase" on IMDb. LRSmedia 968701 DVDIGI. This album is a cherry-picked sampler of songs from other "Legends of Jazz" albums. As such, any clunkers have already been deleted. The CD contains the same songs as the included DVD. This music is worth another listen. The songs, and performers, are as follows: . Take Five (Legends of Jazz "The Jazz Singers), by Al Jarreau, Vocals; Kurt Elling, Vocals; Laurence Hobgood, Piano; Robert Amster, Bass; Ernie Adams, Drums. Legends of Jazz on Blu-ray is a real audio video treat and the price is no more than a typical CD.

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Maiden Voyage is an album by pianist Ramsey Lewis which was recorded in 1968 and released on the Cadet label. Maiden Voyage" (Herbie Hancock) - 4:45. Mighty Quinn" (Bob Dylan) - 3:10. Sweet Rain" (Mike Gibbs) - 3:00. Lady Madonna" (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) - 2:25. Do You Know the Way to San Jose" (Burt Bacharach, Hal David) - 3:40. Ode" (Charles Stepney) - 4:40. Les Fleur" (Stepney) - 4:35. Since You've Been Gone" (Aretha Franklin, Ted White) - 2:55.

Ramsey Emmanuel Lewis Jr. (born May 27, 1935) is an American jazz composer, pianist and radio personality. Ramsey Lewis has recorded over 80 albums and has received five gold records and three Grammy Awards so far in his career. Ramsey Lewis was born in Chicago, Illinois, to Ramsey Lewis Sr. and Pauline Lewis. He began taking piano lessons at the age of four. Lewis would eventually join a jazz group called the clefs.

Ramsey Emmanuel Lewis, Jr. Ramsey Lewis has recorded over 80 albums and has received seven gold records and three Grammy Awards so far in his career.

Ramsey Lewis has recorded over 80 albums and has received five gold records and three Grammy Awards so far in his career. During 1956 the trio issued their debut album, Ramsey Lewis and his Gentle-men of Swing. Following their 1965 hit "The In Crowd" (the single reached No. 5 on the pop charts, and the album No. 2) they concentrated more on pop material. Young and Holt left in 1966 to form Young-Holt Unlimited and were replaced by Cleveland Eaton and Maurice White. White left to form Earth, Wind & Fire and was replaced by Morris Jennings in 1970. Later, Frankie Donaldson and Bill Dickens replaced Jennings and Eaton; Felton Crews also appeared on many 1980's releases

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1.1 The Golden Horns
Trumpet – Chris Botti, Clark Terry, Roy Hargrove
1.2 The Jazz Singers
Vocals – Al Jarreau, Kurt Elling
1.3 Contemporary Jazz
Bass Guitar – Marcus MillerGuitar – Lee RitenourKeyboards – George Duke
1.4 The Altos
Alto Saxophone – David Sanborn, Phil Woods
2.1 The Piano Masters
Piano – Billy Taylor, Dave Brubeck
2.2 Roots: The Blues
Guitar – Keb Mo, Robert Cray
2.3 American Songbook
Guitar – John PizzarelliVocals – Jane Monheit
2.4 Latin Jazz
Flute – Dave ValentinPiano – Eddie Palmieri
3.1 The Tenors
Tenor Saxophone – Benny Golson, Chris Potter , Marcus Strickland
3.2 Brazilian Jazz
Vocals – Ivan Lins, Oscar Castro-Neves
3.3 The Killer Bs
Organ – Joey DeFrancesco, Lonnie Smith
3.4 NEA Jazz Masters 2006
Percussion – Ray BarrettoPiano – Chick CoreaVocals – Tony Bennett
4 Showcase
Alto Saxophone – David Sanborn, Phil WoodsBass Guitar – Marcus MillerFlute – Dave ValentinGuitar – John Pizzarelli, Keb Mo, Lee Ritenour, Robert CrayKeyboards – George DukePiano – Billy Taylor, Chick Corea, Dave Brubeck, Ramsey LewisTenor Saxophone – Benny GolsonTrumpet – Chris Botti, Clark TerryVocals – Al Jarreau, Ivan Lins, Jane Monheit, Kurt Elling


  • Producer – Larry Rosen


set includes:
4 DVDs
1 beautiful 224-page 'coffee table' book with many color photographs of musicians.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • ASIN: B000J3Q11A
This is a very odd series as a number of the musicians who took part in it are hardly legends of jazz, as they had not been contributed enough by the time of this release to merit such a title. There are some strong points but the anonymous liner notes, which praise not Phil Woods but David Sanborn as "considered to be one of the greatest saxophonists of all time" has to be one of the most ridiculous things ever included in text to a release. Given that Phil Woods was an NEA Jazz Master and his contributions as a composer, arranger, bandleader and sideman easily dwarf Sanborn's accomplishments, in addition to being a more heralded alto saxophonist by jazz journalists.
Ramsey Lewis - Legends Of Jazz With Ramsey Lewis FLAC album
Legends Of Jazz With Ramsey Lewis
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