Legendary vibraphonist Lionel Hampton -- who got his start in the 1930s with the Benny Goodman orchestra -- performs in concert with his dazzling array of sidemen, "The Golden Men of Jazz." This one-of-a-kind performance recorded during Hampton's 1993 European tour led to a thundering 20-minute ovation! The list of performers amounts to a "Who's Who" of jazz: Clark Terry, Harry 'Sweets' Edison, Al Grey, Benny Golson and more.
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Have you watched Lionel Hampton & the Golden Men of Jazz yet? What did you think about it?