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How much interesting footage of Joe Henderson can we find?

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qywMA_vrvsc

Alternate upload of the same footage: horace silver 5 antibes feat. joe henderson roger humphries

No solo from Joe ( :( ), but is there any other footage from this gig out there??

But it does include a great solo from Carmell Jones!! - and footage of him is not easy to find.

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Here's some footage (from the same Youtube user), from I'm guessing 1973(?) - though still no solo from Joe ( :( ).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWUKVBjXUWE

Can anybody find ANY other "pre-1975"-era Joe Henderson footage??

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OK, this doesn't fit my "pre-1975" goal, but here's footage of 8(!) tunes by Joe, from 1977.

I think this group never recorded either, come to think of it...

Steve Erquiaga - guitar; Ratzo Harris - bass; Mike Hyman - drums

>>>> Joe Henderson Quartet Part (1 of 8) 1977 <<<< This link goes to a Youtube play-list that should automatically play all 8 tunes in sequence.

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99% positive that Joe's in all three of these clips, but no soloing from Joe (again, drat! :( ).

Thad Jones & Mel Lewis - The Groove Merchant (1968)

Thad Jones & Mel Lewis - Once Around (1968)

and this clip is entirely different than the first one (different concert)...

"Groove Merchant" - Thad Jones / Mel Lewis Orchestra 1969

Edit: Joe is positively ID'ed in the last clip, as is the entire reed section.

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Joe Henderson and Calvin Keyes 1984. Later than 77, but unusual and intimate.

Certainly different to the only duo I ever saw play in an art gallery, Peter Brotzmann and Peter Kowald

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Joe Henderson and Calvin Keyes 1984. Later than 77, but unusual and intimate.

Certainly different to the only duo I ever saw play in an art gallery, Peter Brotzmann and Peter Kowald

Here's parts 2 & 3 -- with part 1 up above -- comes to a total of 45 minutes.

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two different clips (though performances of the same tune), both with the George Gruntz Big Band...

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two clips, with Don Grolnick!!

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And a full 50 minutes of INTERVIEW...

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Was Joe ever in any version of the Jazz Messengers? I would have thought 'no', but he was for at least this one night...

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Seems as good a place as any to post this, Bobby Hutcherson speaking at a tribute to Joe, at Yoshi's in July of 2001.

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15 minute interview with Joe on PBS (Charlie Rose), from November 1997...

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Edit: Gack, listening to the interview, I'm reminded how little I listen to Charlie Rose interviews (and with good reason, to put it politely).

At least Joe and Sco play, starting around the 9:20 mark, which is worth a listen.

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Promo piece about the Miles tribute album…

No performance footage, but I don’t think I’ve ever heard Joe’s voice sounding more mellifluous…

https://youtube.com/watch?v=7jGMxczR-kY


And also, here’s a series of short interviews with musicians on a jazz cruise in 1982, including Joe.


And another interview from ~1993…

 

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Something I've never seen before, albeit, post your parameters:

 

 

There is a solo by Joe. 

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