Norman Granz is one of the most important non-musicians in the history of jazz and no one has made a greater contribution to the staging, recording and filming of jazz concerts. This series of performances from the prestigious Montreux Jazz Festival now makes a part of this legacy available on video for the first time. Norman Granz initiated the concept of Jazz At The Philharmonic in the forties. The idea was to gather band leaders and soloists in one large venue who would otherwise only be seen individually in small clubs. For this 1975 Montreux concert the players gather around the great Benny Carter for a night of competitive improvisation. The line up includes Clark Terry, Zoot Sims, Roy Eldridge, Joe Pass, Tommy Flanagan and Bobby Durham.
Tracklisting: - For You - Autumn Leaves - Sunday - If I Had You - I Never Knew