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 “Waltz for Monica” dramatizes the life of popular Swedish singer Monica Zetterlund, who played a major role in popularizing jazz in Scandinavia and beyond from the late 1950s.

Miles Davis with Quincy Jones and the Gil Evans Orchestra Live at Montreux 1991. The last performance of Miles Davis at Montreux.

Blue Note Records has announced a November 25 release date for Thelonious Monk Paris 1969, a fascinating and important late-career document of the legendary jazz pianist and composer in performance with his Quartet at the Salle Pleyel concert hall in Paris, France on December 15, 1969

Ray Charles was commemorated on September 23, 2013, his 83rd birthday, with a United States Postal Service Music Icons Forever ® Stamp. Concord Records celebrates the occasion with the release of Ray Charles Forever, a deluxe CD/DVD collection on September 24th

Jazzy soundtrack for Blue Jasmine. Woody Allen stick to jazz with   Louis Armstrong ( Back O'Town Blues), Sidney Bechet et Mezz Mezzrow (House Party ) and   King Oliver (West And Blues) and a remake of   Blue Moon


The reappearance of this film, now digitized, led to astonishing hostility towards his memory. This film is an eloquent testimony of what represented Hugues Panassié for the greatest musicians of his time.  



The film based on the 1957 novel by Jack Kerouac and produced by Francis Ford Coppola will be premiering at the Cannes Film Festival.

On the Road stars Sam Riley, Garrett Hedlund, Kristen Stewart, Kirsten Dunst, Viggo Mortensen, Steve Buscemi, Amy Adams, Tom Sturridge, Alicia Braga, Danny Morgan and Elisabeth Moss.

The 5 oscars movie in DVD from March 14, 2012. Among the bonus, there is a Making-Of the five Oscars film in which we discover how Jean Dujardin and Berenice became   tap dancers. In his audio commentary, Michel Hazanavicius insist on the place of music in "The Artist". Another bonus: backstage recordings of the soundtrack with commentary by composer Ludovic Bource .