Milt Kahl - Disney Family Album Part 1 Part 1 of 3. The Disney Family Album documentary about one of Disney's legendary "Nine Old Men" Milt Kahl.
Milt Jackson - Bag's Groove Live at Mt.Fuji Jazz Fes with Blue Note 1986,Milt Jackson :vib, Ceder Walton:p,Billy Higgins:ds,Buster Williams:b
Millwall 0-4 Milton Keynes Dons 4-10-2008 The curse of the Manager of the Month Award struck again as Kenny Jackett's Millwall slipped to their first League One defeat since the opening day of the season against MK Dons. Den boss Jackett was handed the award on Thursday following a run of five successive wins. But as sure as night follows day, so too did The Lions seven match unbeaten league run come to an end. The final scoreline from Saturday's match - played in front of Millwall's highest home crowd of the season - was not a true reflection of the proceedings. Yes, Roberto Di Matteo's side produced some nice movement, but so too did Jackett's team. If ever there was a classic case of getting the rub of the green, then this was it for The Dons. If luck evens itself out over the course of the season, then Di Matteo's outfit haven't got much more to look forward to this term and Jackett's should have it by the bucketload. It simply was one of those afternoon's when hard as Jackett's men tried, nothing was going to go their way. Millwall had an early chance when Ali Fuseini and debutant Gifton Noel-Williams combined to set up Lewis Grabban, but the winger's low shot flashed across goal inches from the boot of Gary Alexander. But it was the visitors who took the lead on nine minutes when Sean O'Hanlon stole in to thump home after Peter Levin's inswinging corner was only half-cleared. Millwall could have equalised within seconds of the restart, only for Alexander to drag a first-time shot wide and then a rasping ...
The 4 Ways to Spend Money by Milton Friedman 1. You spend your own money on yourself. 2. You spend your own money on someone else. 3. You spend someone else's money on yourself. 4. You spend someone else's money on someone else. Sorry for the horrible quality on this one. The original source was a low quality .rm file from
MILES DAVIS & MILT JACKSON, Dr. Jackle (McLean) Opening track from "Miles Davis And Milt Jackson Quintet/ ***tet" album. Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey on August 5, 1955. Originally released on Prestige (7034). Miles Davis (trumpet); Milt Jackson (vibraphone); Jackie McLean (alto saxophone); Ray Bryant (piano); Percy Heath (bass); Art Taylor (drums).
Milt Jackson - For Someone I Love From the 1973 release Sunflower Credits: Alto Flute - George Marge , Phil Bodner , Romeo Penque Bass - Ron Carter Bass Clarinet - George Marge Cello - Alan Shulman , Charles McCracken , George Ricci Clarinet - George Marge Conducted By - Don Sebesky Drums - Billy Cobham Engineer - Rudy Van Gelder English Horn - George Marge , Phil Bodner , Romeo Penque Flugelhorn - Freddie Hubbard Flute - Phil Bodner Guitar - Jay Berliner Harp - Margaret Ross Oboe - Romeo Penque Percussion - Ralph MacDonald Piano - Herbie Han*** Piccolo - Phil Bodner Producer - Creed Taylor Trumpet - Freddie Hubbard Vibes - Milt Jackson Violin - Charles Libove , David Nadien , Elliot Rosoff , Emanuel Green , Gene Orloff , Irving Spice , Joe Malin , Max Ellen , Paul Gershman
Dexter Gordon-Woody Shaw-Milt Jackson Playboy Jazz Festival 1982
Milt Jackson - People Make The world Go around Click to add a description...
MIlt Stegall's Miracle Catch MIlt Stegall's Miracle Catch One More Year!
Milt Jackson & The Monty Alexander Trio - Once I Loved Album: Soul Fusion (1977)
Milt Hinton - Tonight Show Milt Hinton plays Indiana on the Tonight Show with Doc Severinsen, featuring Milt's great slapping technique early '90s (?)
Jazz bass lesson -Milt Hinton, jazz, classic Milt Hinton
Milt Jackson- Bag s Groove Bag s Groove
Milt Kahl - Disney Family Album Part 2 Part 2 of 3. Disney Family Album Documentary on one of Disney's renowned "Nine Old Men" Milt Kahl.
Soul Route By Milt Jackson Quartet Milt Jackson Quartet - "Soul Route", 1984 Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Mickey Roker (Drums) Ray Brown (Dbl Bass) Gene Harris (Piano) ....and a selection of paintings from various artists I Love (Debra Hurd, Lena Karpinsky, Ann deLorge, Riki R. Nelson, Don Pulver, Catherine Corfield, Richard Garrison, Brent Heighton, Arline Wagner, Pamela Johnson, Iris Lavy, Marcia Baldwin, Barry ***is, Faye Cummings, Froyle Neideck, Michelle Ashburner, MARK KAZAV, Karen Sloan,.... ....
Harpo Marx & Milton Berle 1959 Kraft Music Hall Harpo Marx clowns with Uncle Miltie on The Kraft Music Hall starring Milton Berle broadcast January 14, 1959. Billy May conducts the orchestra (May was Frank Sinatra's arranger before Nelson Riddle.) This is comedy and music the likes of which you'll never see again. Harpo makes surprising fun of cocaine and heroin use in 1959! (And keep an eye on Uncle Miltie's left hand after Harpo plays the clarinet, as he prompts Harpo with a prop.) These two old pros are simply the best.
Milt Buckner, Illinois Jacquet, Jo Jones, part 1 Milt Buckner, Illinois Jacquet, Jo Jones playing "On The Sunny Side Of The Street". This was filmed in the Château de l'Empéri in Salon-de-Provence in southern France on july 18, 1975. This comes from the film "Jazz En Provence". Thanks to the late Otto Flückiger!!! Go to: www.jazzdocumentation.ch for a discography of Milt Buckner's recorded works. Also check my blog at:
Konica Minolta | "Milt" A TV commercial for Konica Minolta copiers.
Milt Stegall Tribute A tribute to one of the greatest players to ever grace a CFL field from the fans the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Canadian Football League...Thanks Turtle Man. A special thanks to Chad Gardiner for going out of his to get me a ton of footage and everyone at .
Milt Thompson, Jimy Williams give hitting instruction-BB 101 Milt Thompson & Jimy Williams give hitting instruction to the ladies before we got to hit in the cages at the Phillies Baseball 101 clinic on 5/14/08.
Milt Jackson quartet in Japan 1990 Milt Jackson, Mike LeDonne, Ira Coleman, Mickey Roker
CFL MIlt Stegall Breaks the All-Time Receiving Yards Record On Sept. 12, 2008 Milt Stegall became the all-time leader in reception yardage with a 92 yard catch and run touchdown. Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Toronto Argonauts (Retro Game)
Milt Palacio's Buzzer Beater thank god they showed a flashback of this. I've been dying to see this again. this happened on 12/28/00 every true celtics fan remember this!
Milt Jackson - Isn't She Lovely (Jazz Version) Isn't She Lovely performed by Milt Jackson on the vibes.
Milton singing "The Man Song" by Sean Morey Milton singing "The Man Song". Milton is one of my characters. Song by Sean Morey. Sean is a very funny comedian. Visit his website and check out his other songs.
Milt Buckner and Jo Jones in France, part 1 Milt Buckner and Jo Jones "Fooling Around". This was filmed in Salon-de-Provence in southern France on july 17, 1975. This comes from the film "Jazz En Provence". Thanks to the late Otto Flückiger!!! Go to: www.jazzdocumentation.ch for a discography of Milt Buckner's recorded works. Also check my blog at:
Milt Kahl - Disney Family Album Part 3 Part 3 of 3. The Disney Family Album Documentary of one of Disney's famous "Nine Old Men" Milt Kahl.
Milton Friedman - Greed In his book "Capitalism and Freedom" (1962) Milton Friedman (1912-2006) advocated minimizing the role of government in a free market as a means of creating political and social freedom. An excerpt from an interview with Phil Donahue in 1979.
Magic Castle founder Milt Larsen and Amos Levkovitch and Magic Castle founder Milt Larsen
Milt Buckner, Illinois Jacquet, Jo Jones, part 2 This is Milt Buckner, Illinois Jacquet, Jo Jones playing "One O'Clock Jump". This was filmed in the Château de l'Empéri in Salon-de-Provence in southern France on july 18, 1975. This comes from the film "Jazz En Provence". Thanks to the late Otto Flückiger!!! Go to: www.jazzdocumentation.ch for a discography of Milt Buckner's recorded works. Also check my blog at:
Ol'Man Time Hinton Milt 1995 Ol'Man Time Hinton Milt 1995 Milt Hinton 1910-2000 Milt Hinton was widely regarded as the dean of jazz bassists. Born in 1910 in Vicksburg, Mississippi, Milt's career began in Chicago with Boyd Atkins, Jabbo Smith, and in 1931, Eddie South. He played with Freddie Keppard, Zutty Singleton, and Erskine Tate. In 1936, Milt joined Cab Calloway and stayed with him until 1951. During this period , he recorded with Lionel Hampton, Billie Holiday, Ethel Waters, And Teddy Wilson. After leaving Cab, he began a long free-lance career in New York City. He has toured overseas with Pearl Bailey and Bing Crosby as well as stints with Count Basie, Duke Ellington, and the Louis Armstrong All-Stars. Other credits include many television, radio, and motion picture sound track performances, as well as Paul Anka, Harry Belafonte, Tony Bennett, Sam Cooke, Sammy Davis, Jr., Patti LaBelle, Bette Midler, Frank Sinatra, Barbara Streisand, Quincy Jones, Paul McCartney, and Guy Lombardo. He was one of the most-recorded musicians in the history of the business. At the 1995 Summit Jazz Festival in Denver, Milt was a member of the Bob Wilber All-Stars. Wilber introduced him saying that he possesses "..the strongest pulse of any bass player in the world." He is also the master of the "slap" bass technique that originated in New Orleans with Bill Johnson (born in 1872), a man Milt knew during his early Chicago days. Jazz historian Richard Hadlock has described Milt's slapping as "..a living link with the ...
Milt Kahl Pencil Test The master at work. Original post:
Aaron Diehl Quartet: "Bags' Groove" by Milt Jackson The Music of the Modern Jazz Quartet: Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola at Jazz at Lincoln Center's Frederick P. Rose Hall. Warren Wolf (vibraphone), Aaron Diehl (piano), David Wong (bass), Rodney Green (Drums)
Milt Hinton Profile-1985 The late great bassist Milt Hinton is profiled during an appearance at a jazz festival in Sarasota Florida. See how many famous old musicians you can recognize! Photographed and Edited by Estel Dillon in 1985. Produced by Steven Reiner.
Milt Buckner - The Beast Milt Buckner - The Beast Song
Milt Hinton-Old Man Time Milt Hinton doing one of his favorite tunes: Old Man Time at the 1992 Mid-America Jazz Festival in St Louis, Mo. Derek Smith on piano & Bobby Rosengarden on drums-aka THE TRIO. More clips can be found at
March MVP: Milt Palacio The playmaker from Belize carried Partizan to the quarterfinals
Milt and Marty Interview Milt and Marty, the longest lasting and least successful comedy writing duo in show biz history, are the subjects of a new book by Tom Leopold and Bob Sand. Recently, they sat down with Frank Santopadre at the historic Friar's Club in New York City for an exclusive interview. (Video Features Tom Leopold, Bob Sand and Frank Santopadre. Shot and edited by Carol Hartsell of Drink at Work Productions.)
MILT JACKSON.Sermonette. PLENTY, PLENTY, SOUL. Personnel: Milt Jackson (vibraphone); Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone); Frank Foster, Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone); Sahib Shihab (baritone saxophone); Joe Newman (trumpet); Jimmy Cleveland (trombone); Horace Silver (piano); Percy Heath, Oscar Pettiford (bass); Art Blakey, Connie Kay (drums).
George Will Keynotes 2010 Milton Friedman Prize Dinner Pulitzer Prize winner George F. Will delivered the keynote address at the dinner for the Milton Friedman Prize for Advancing Liberty. Will was introduced by Cato Institute President and Founder Ed Crane. The dinner was held May 13, 2010.