NTSC/Region 0. Clark Terry began his career in the early 1940s and achieved long-lasting fame playing in some of the best big bands in Jazz history. Terry also recorded regularly with small groups and was part of the Thelonious Monk Octet in the late '60s. As a leader, Clark Terry recorded several albums and fronted a noted quintet featuring trombonist Bob Brookmeyer, as well as a short lived but outstanding big band, which he called the "Big Bad Band". These are the two formats in which we find him on this amazing DVD, which features Terry playing both trumpet and flugelhorn, and singing his celebrated scat composition "Mumbles" (which was his own nickname). As a bonus, we offer a ballad medley recorded in Copenhagen presenting Terry alongside baritone sax player Pepper Adams in their only known appearance together.