And as long as I listened on the shitty little speakers of my laptop, it was fine. I plugged it into the HDMI input of my home theater receiver, as I frequently do, and had zero audio. I opted out and watched a movie, from a website, with the same setup. Am I missing something?
> On Feb 9, 2021, at 4:13 PM, James Harrod <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> This Thursday, February 11, two preserved episodes of Stars of Jazz, the award winning ABC TV series from 1956-1958, will be shown via a collaboration between the UCLA Film & Television Archive and Eventbrite. Registration for viewing is free.
> https://tinyurl.com/y27fz2qu <https://tinyurl.com/y27fz2qu>
> Both episodes are from 1958 when the series enjoyed a brief stint on the national ABC schedule. Prior to April 1958 the series was viewable only to local Los Angeles television audiences.
> Segments of both programs have been uploaded by fans to YouTube, but these are poor quality and do not do justice to the series. Both episodes feature restored sound.
> May 19, 1958
> The Lighthouse All Star regulars (in 1958):
> Howard Rumsey (b), Frank Rosolino (tb), Bob Cooper (ts), Victor Feldman (p, vib, cga), and Stan Levey (d).
> Special guests for this episode (former members of the All Stars): Shorty Rogers (flhrn) and Bud Shank (as).
> Vocal segment: Julie London (vcl) - lip sync to Liberty Record recording
> October 13, 1958
> The Max Roach Quintet:
> Max Roach (d), Ray Draper (tu), George Coleman (ts), Booker Little (tp), and Art Davis (b).
> Vocal segment: Mary Ann McCall (vcl), Lou Levy (p), Herb Ellis (g), Art Davis (b), and Max Roach (d).
> Jazz Research
> Stars of Jazz: A Complete History of the Innovative Television Series, 1956-1958
> Jazz:West Records - Art Pepper on Jazz:West and Intro Records