Know any good jazz songs?

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  • zynjen
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    Sorry, couldn't access your links, here are some good jazz songs for you:

    Just One of Those Things - (Cole Porter)

    How High the Moon (Morgan Lewis)

    This Can’t Be Love (Rodgers/Hart)

    In The Mood - (Glenn Miller)

    It's All Right with Me - (Cole Porter)

    Tootin' Through the Roof - (Duke Ellington)

    You're Giving Me A Song And A Dance - (Benny Goodman)

    Srike Up The Band - (George Gershwin)

    Mack The Knife - (Kurt Weill)

    It's Only A Paper Moon - (Buddy Rich)

    I Like Em Fat Like That - (Glenn Miller)

    Jersey Bounce - (Benny Goodman)

    Our Delight - (Dizzy Gillespie)

    High Society Rag - (Louis Armstrong)

    Wabash Stomp - (Roy Eldridge)

    Swing De Paris - (Django Reinhardt)

    Dinah - (Fats Waller)

    Jump Jive and Wail - (Louis Prima)

    Jazz Me Blues - (Bix Beiderbecke)

    Let The Good Times Roll - (Fats Waller)

    Play, Fiddle, Play - (Errol Garner)

    Somebody Loves Me - (Lester Young)

    Poinciana - (Benny Carter)

    Lullaby In Rhythm - (Art Tatum)

    Shanghai Shuffle - (Fletcher Henderson)

    Hello Dolly - (Louis Armstrong)

    Anything Goes - (Cole Porter)

    Bags' Groove - (George Shearing)

    What's Your Number? - (Count Basie)

    Gotta Darn Good Reason Now (For Bein' Good) - (Cab Calloway)

    Basie - Straight Ahead - (Count Basie)

    Somethings Gotta Give - (Mercer Johnny)

    Gee But You're Swell - (Chick Webb)

    Pennsylvania 6-5000 - (Glenn Miller

    I Get a Kick Out of You - (Cole Porter)

    Two O’Clock Jump - (Harry James)

    Nice Work If You Can Get It - (George Gershwin)

    The Hucklebuck - (Buck Clayton)

    Cheek To Cheek - (Irving Berlin)

    In A Jam - (Duke Ellington)

    Is You Or Is You Ain't My Baby? - (Glenn Miller)

    Boogie Woogie - ( Tommy Dorsey)

    Woodchopper's Ball - (Woody Herman)

    Harlem Air Shaft - (Duke Ellington)

    The Carioca - (Buddy Rich)

    When The Saints Go Marching In - (Louis Armstrong)

    Blue Shadows In The Street - Dave Brubeck

    Porgy And Bess- Miles Davis/Gil Evans

    Blues For Lady Day- Mal Waldron

    Where FLamingos Fly- Gil Evans

    Mood Undigo- Duke Ellington/Coleman Hawkins

    Idle Moments - Grant Green

    How Strange - Coleman Hawkins

    I'll Keep Loving You - Chick Corea

    Can You Stop The Rain - Grover Washington, Jr.

    Angel Face - Coleman Hawkins

    Checkered Past - John Scofield

    I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good) - Duke Ellington/Dianne Reeves

    In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning- Johnny Hartman

    Strange Fruit - Billie Holiday

    Tears For Dolphy - Ted Curson

    Round Midnight - Oscar Peterson

    Here's That Rainy Day - Stan Getz

    Dance With Me - Earl Klugh

    Invitation/ Donna Lee- Jaco Pastorius

    La Smooth- Najee

    Faces Of The Heart - Dave Koz

    Back In The Day- Kirk Whalum

    In The Name Of Love - Grover Washington, Jr.

    When Summer Comes - George Howard

    Love Is On The Way- Dave Koz

    Softly At Sunrise - Gerald Albright

    It's All Good- Boney James

    If Only For One Night- Kirk Whalum

    Bermuda Nights - Gerald Albright

    Got To Give It Up - David Sanborn

    When Summer Comes - George Howard

    Avenue - Paul Taylor

    Feels So Good - Chuck Mangione

    Rising Sun- Najee

    Lazy Afternoon/ Respect - Pharoah Sanders

    The Best Is Yet To Come - Grover Washington, Jr.

    Children Of The Night - Tom Scott

    Love Is On The Way - Dave Koz

    Sweet Thing- Boney James

    More Than You Know - Stanley Turrentine

  • 1 decade ago

    moon dance


    second line


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