Heliocentric Worlds, where every day there's a different music video posted online, drawing on genres including jazz, blues, soul, funk, classic rock, prog rock, experimental and more.
The most-watched videos added to the site last month were:
Ornette Coleman - "Times Square"
Jerry Lee Lewis - Live in Orlando
B.B. King - Live at the JVC Jazz Festival
Curved Air - "It Happened Today"
Anthony Braxton - "Composition No. 19"
Other posts during June featured videos with performances by the Quincy Jones Big Band, Darcy James Argue's Secret Society, Graham Parker and The Rumour, Art Ensemble of Chicago, Atomic Rooster, Renaissance, Don Cherry, George Coleman, Sun Ra Arkestra, Otis Rush, Roy Campbell's Akhenaten Ensemble, Alphonse Mouzon, Eddie Vinson, Hank Crawford, David Newman & Friends, Cecil Taylor Quartet, Canned Heat & Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Duke Ellington, Steve Coleman & Five Elements, Ry Cooder, Oregon, Lonnie Liston Smith & Swindle, George Adams Quartet, The Electric Flag, Can, Gene Harris, Ray Brown & Grady Tate, and Steps Ahead.
If you've somehow managed to miss out on all this music video goodness before now, no worries - you still can see all these clips, plus thousands more from the carefully curated archives, by visiting http://heliocentricworlds.blogspot.com/.
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