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Jazz Scene

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at the Ronnie Scott Club
A special preview of a new series to be seen in the New Year featuring many of the top jazz artists who recently visited Britain for Jazz Expo 69.
Ronnie Scott introduces:
The Clarke-Boland Big Band
'Pentonville'
Guitar Workshop
featuring Barney Kessel, Kenny Burrell, Grant Green
'Blue Mist'
The Miles Davis Quintet
'Free Choice'
The Stephane Grappelly-Teddy Wilson Quartet
'Tangerine'
Sarah Vaughan and her Trio
'Passing Strangers'
The Charlie Shavers Quartet
'Nature Boy'
The Oscar Peterson Trio
'Blues Etude'
The Gary Burton Quartet
'Portsmouth Figurations'
The Stars of Faith
'We shall be changed'
Buddy Rich and his Orchestra
'Greensleeves'

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Ronnie Scott
Musicians: The Clarke-Boland Big Band
Guitarist (Guitar Workshop): Barney Kessel
Guitarist (Guitar Workshop): Kenny Burrell
Guitarist (Guitar Workshop): Grant Green
Musicians: The Miles Davis Quintet
Musicians: The Stephane Grappelly-Teddy Wilson Quartet
Musicians: Sarah Vaughan and her Trio
Musicians: The Charlie Shavers Quartet
Musicians: The Oscar Peterson Trio
Musicians: The Gary Burton Quartet
Musicians: The Stars of Faith
Musicians: Buddy Rich and his Orchestra
Title music: Francy Boland
Graphics: Ken Brown
Sound: Graham Haines
Sound: Chris Holcombs
Lighting: Hugh Cartwright
Lighting: Tommy Thomas
Lighting: John Wilson
Design: Paul Joel
Directed and produced by: Terry Henebery

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