The Paris Jazz Festival is a tradition in the jazz concert calendar with artists from around the world delighted to accept an invitation to perform.
The unique 1987 Paris Jazz Festival series not only captures some of jazz's finest innovators in concert but also the rehearsals for this prestigious event and candid backstage interviews with the artists.
With more than 2,500 album credits, Ron Carter may be the world's most recorded jazz bassist. He is easily among the most respected and original. In his 45 year career, he has performed with a range of artists, from Miles Davis to Eric Dolphy, from Lena Horne to James Brown, and from Bill Evans to A Tribe Called Quest.
He is joined by Jean Charles Capon, renowned for his improvisation, and Christian Escoude who plays guitar with a passion that has you believing that he is baring his very soul.