Gypsy Jazz

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Gypsy jazz sometimes known as hot club jazz or it's French name, jazz manouche is a style of jazz music reportedly started by Jean "Django" Reinhardt in the 1930s. It seems to be gaining in popularity. It has a jaunty swing that brings a smile to my face

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Django Reinhardt, a unique jazz guitarist, a master. Gypsy Jazz, Gypsy Guitar, Django Reinhardt, Classic Jazz, Jazz Guitar, Old Music, Jazz Musicians, Jazz Blues, Black And White Portraits

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SILKY DJANGO… Django Reinhardt, a unique jazz guitarist, a master.

Django Reinhardt painting. Jazz Blues, Blues Music, Django Reinhardt, Gypsy Jazz, Old Advertisements, Jazz Guitar, Gypsy Life, Jazz Musicians, World Music

Le Roi du Junkyard: Photo

My melting pot of vintage photos, paintings and prints, old advertisements and illustrations, musicians, movie stars and models and the huddled masses of the mainstream... The Quirky, Quaint and the Kitschy. Stuff I like... My posts tend to be random in nature according to what happens to find me at the moment. Don't forget to check out the music player. Click the small box with arrow at the lower right hand corner of this page to launch the standalone player for browsing and listening to…

For Sephora - Rosenberg Trio and Bireli Lagrène Music Mix, Jazz Music, Django Reinhardt, Gypsy Jazz, Music Guitar, Performing Arts, Music Industry, Good Mood, Sephora

For Sephora BEST VERSION EVER !! Rosenberg Trio and Bireli

http://www.therosenbergtrio.com The Rosenberg Trio and their superfriend superbireli, super-performing "For Sephora" during this summer's "Djangologists" tou...

Guy absolutely shreds on an acoustic guitar playing a cover of a song written by a man with two fingers Louis Armstrong, Gypsy Jazz Guitar, Django Reinhardt, Jazz Festival, Jazz Music, Kinds Of Music, Guitar Lessons, Playing Guitar, Cloud

Joscho Stephan Trio - Sweet Georgia Brown Track12

Joscho Stephan Trio - Sweet Georgia Brown at Louis Armstrong Jazz Festival 2009.

Biréli Lagrène - he was born in a traditional Manouche-Romani (Gypsy) family and community; started guitar at age 4 and age 12 covered Django Reinhardt's repertorie; he also performed live with guitarist Al Di Meola; his usual cohorts were Diego Imbert (double bass) and Hono Winterstein (rhythm guitar)

Biréli Lagrène - he was born in a traditional Manouche-Romani (Gypsy) family and community; started guitar at age 4 and age 12 covered Django Reinhardt's repertorie; he also performed live with guitarist Al Di Meola; his usual cohorts were Diego Imbert (double bass) and Hono Winterstein (rhythm guitar)