Esperanza Spalding - A True Pure Jazz Heartist

MusicTelevision.Com presents Esperanza Spalding

You may have already seen her on The Late Show with David Letterman and she has been in thousands of places between here and there, even playing for heads of state and President Obama. But in this big bad world, artists who travel that wide can still remain too far under the radar. This is just one more little venue for this inspired and gifted jazz bassist and vocalist.

Esperanza Spalding is a breath of fresh air. As a bassist myself, I appreciate any upright players who can sing and play upright at the same time. Esperanza is as sweet and beautiful as she is articulate with her vocals and jazz stylings, as you will see in this local CBS TV interview and performance on a show called The Second Cup Café.

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OK Go Video "This Too Shall Pass" - (The Rube Goldberg Machine Video)

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This is one of the coolest videos out there at the moment with over 5 million YouTube views in the first 6 days of it's release on YouTube. The group OK Go is known for it's viral videos. This particular video was filmed in a two story warehouse, in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA.

OK Go - This Too Shall Pass

The "machine" was designed and built by the band, along with members of Syyn Labs ( ) over the course of several months.

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Directed by James Frost, OK Go and Syyn Labs. Produced by Shirley Moyers.