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Ralph_Cramden

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One nice thing about CDs is that they are relatively cheap nowadays and offer plenty of quality.

I noticed I was enjoying a jazz compilation cd that I've had for ages and it turns out... there are another 3 volumes. So I bought them all for cheap. I kind of like those early 2000's lounge aesthetics as well. Apparently they were quite popular in Poland at the time.
Rip them to FLAC and just enjoy them on the laptop > DAC > speaker setup in the living room. :)


The Best Smooth Jazz ...Ever! - Discogs


The Best Smooth Jazz... Ever Vol. 2 - Discogs


The Best Smooth Jazz... Ever! Vol. 3


The Best Smooth Jazz... Ever! vol. 4 - Wikipedia
 

Rufus T. Firefly

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Modern Jazz Quartet's Concord
Dexter Gordon Our Man Paris and GO
Getz Gilberto (Is Bossanova Jazz?, discuss)
Kansas City 3 - For the Second Time (Count, Ray and Louie doing a trio like they do in heaven)
Cannonball Adderley - Somethin Else
Ahmad Jamal- Happy Moods or Poinciana (or take your pick it's all good)
 

MaxBuck

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Just finished listening to Pat Metheny's What's It All About. Brilliant essentially solo guitar.

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Doodski

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Jim Hall : Concierto de Aranjuez


Jim Hall : guitar
Roland Hanna : piano
Ron Carter : double-bass
Steve Gadd : drum
Chet Baker : rumpet
Paul Desmond : saxophones
Thanks for the excellent post. I added this to my favs and now YouTube keeps linking me to all sorts of new and very very good jazz music. Stuff I've never heard before. Very nice.
 

dOSs

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One of Kahil El'zabar's old collectives. I often get lost for days trawling though his back catalogue.

The 40th anniversary recording of Be Bop always a favourite



Not so keen on his more recent solo stuff though.
 

dOSs

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Not many LPs make me smile as much as the two Superbass albums. Ray Brown, Christian McBride and John Clayton and a bucket load of fun
 
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