Live from San Francisco

  • Track Count 39
  • Total Length 4:42:27
Sample this playlist
  1. 1 The Birth of the Blues Stephane Grappelli 06:48
  2. 2 Night Breeze Ronnie Laws 09:41
  3. 3 Don't Be That Way Teddy Wilson 04:06
  4. 4 The Girl From Ipanema Helen Humes 02:50
  5. 5 Sophisticated Lady Scott Hamilton, Buddy Tate, Al Cohn 08:42
  6. 6 The Lamp Is Low Sarah Vaughan 01:46
  7. 7 All The Things You Are Jim Hall Trio 08:30
  8. 8 A Night In Tunisia Dizzy Gillespie with Jon Faddis 10:10
  9. 9 The Cutting Edge Sonny Rollins 05:15
  10. 10 Blues Herb Ellis & Barney Kessel 10:42
  11. 11 Mediteranean Seascape New York Jazz Quartet 12:24
  12. 12 Feel So Good Mose Allison 02:42
  13. 13 Song of the New Moon Chuck Mangione w/Esther Satterfield 10:54
  14. 14 Do It Easy Don Ellis Orchestra 15:50
  15. 15 What the World Needs Now Phil Woods & Zoot Sims 07:25
  16. 16 Morning Of The Carnival Dizzy Gillespie 05:11
  17. 17 Please Send Me Somebody To Love Herbie Mann 04:56
  18. 18 Dansere Rubisa Patrol 14:06
  19. 19 Moliendo Cafe Charlie Byrd Trio 03:37
  20. 20 Slow Waltz Zoot Sims 09:00
  21. 21 Lester Leaps In Sonny Stitt 12:14
  22. 22 I Could Write a Book Betty Carter 03:36
  23. 23 All Blues Toots Thielemans 14:28
  24. 24 Body And Soul Art Lande & Mark Isham 08:00
  25. 25 Gloria's Step Bill Evans Trio 06:46
  26. 26 Honeysuckle Rose Joe Venuti 07:51
  27. 27 Easy Living Count Basie and His Orchestra 05:47
  28. 28 On a Clear Day You Can See Forever Sarah Vaughan with Dizzy Gillespie 01:48
  29. 29 Leaving Chet Baker 13:45
  30. 30 Classical Rag Eubie Blake 03:37
  31. 31 Miss Otis Regrets Carmen McRae 05:33
  32. 32 How High the Moon Joe Pass 05:50
  33. 33 Hesitation Bobby McFerrin 06:47
  34. 34 Smoke Gets In Your Eyes Stephane Grappelli 04:16
  35. 35 Spinning Wheel Chris Connor 03:03
  36. 36 More Than You Know Al Cohn 05:29
  37. 37 Something George Benson 05:58
  38. 38 Carolina Shout Mike Lipskin 03:37
  39. 39 Sunny Hampton Hawes 09:27
Playlist Description

Enjoy these stellar jazz concert performances from San Francisco's Great American Music Hall in the 1970s and 1980s