Batiste Sessions with The Heath Brothers

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Published on July 20, 2017

Jon Batiste welcomes the legendary arrangers, composers and uplifters Jimmy and Tootie Heath for a conversation about their jazz roots and a performance of the Miles Davis classic “Bags’ Groove.”

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20 comments

  • Akshay Kalra 7 months ago

    This was uploaded to the late late shows channel by accident like ten minutes ago

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  • Sophia N 7 months ago

    Beautiful, love it

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  • Fredric Sanchez 7 months ago

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  • koby lazar 7 months ago

    Awesome content!

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  • Ruud van Aalst 7 months ago

    Nice!

    but Bags’ Groove is a Milt Jackson song 😉

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  • Ya Boy Blue 7 months ago

    That smile on Jon’s face while playing with the Heath Bros. is pure joy. That’s the smile of a man getting to meet/play with some of his heroes.

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  • fabricator factory 7 months ago

    Cool.
    Very cool.
    Keep up the good work. nice to see more.

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  • Metalhead777 7 months ago

    Sadly, I don’t much about Jazz. But I really, really like this!

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  • Brynn Ashcroft 7 months ago

    These old timers are S’cute!!!

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  • matthias troost 7 months ago

    Thank you.

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  • EverythingIsPhysics 7 months ago

    fantastic

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  • shiva umesh 7 months ago

    What’s the name of the song Jon Batiste and the Heath play, starting at 9:10? It sounds familiar to me. Is it “Bradley’s Groove Bag”?

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  • cmonman89 7 months ago

    These are chicken noodle soup for the Donald Trump flu! Keep these tasty bits coming!

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  • RandomMannith 7 months ago

    please tell me there going to be more of these

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  • NamelessAzn388 7 months ago

    Love it. Every episode. The change to do all the interview stuff first then do the jam session at the end is a good call, rather than breaking it up like before.

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  • Alexander Forslund 7 months ago

    The Batiste Sessions are wonderful. I envy Jon so much for being able to do this with some of the true legends of American music.

    Illmatic is also widely considered to be the best Hip Hop album ever created. Nice to see that Jimmy is able to appreciate that!

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  • Adam Bonney 7 months ago

    RESPECT!

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  • emilio fajardo 7 months ago

    MC Chucho Valdez. look him up if you like jazz

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  • Wesner Caries 7 months ago

    Why people don’t like

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  • Mike Moresi 7 months ago

    Commodal music?! I died right then. Hahaha.

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