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All About Jazz Top 10 MP3 Downloads: December 2017

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Andy Nowak
All About Jazz features a free song every day spanning all genres of jazz, and of the 30 tracks featured in December, these ten represent our personal favorites. We also included the top ten reader favorites as indicated by total downloads.

Musicians and record labels can submit full length MP3s for consideration here.

Enjoy!

EDITOR'S PICKS

Raining In Bristol
04:51
Andy Nowak
From: Sorrow And The Phoenix

Oh, What A Beautiful Morning
06:32
Dave Young / Terry Promane
From: Octet Volume Two

Kyu
04:01
Filippo Bubbico
From: Kyu

Lazy Lion
06:55
Sal La Rocca
From: It Could Be The End

Kings of Orient (We Three Kings)
03:45
Deanna Witkowski
From: Makes the Heart to Sing: Jazz Hymns

Jalousie Ballet
3:25
Wolfgang Seligo
From: Jalousie Ballet

Sesame Street Theme
6:26
Delfeayo Marsalis
From: Kalamazoo

Live at U of T
05:46
Liebman & Murley Quartet
From: Live at U of T

To Know Love...
05:44
Maria Schafer
From: To Know Love...

Suite for Improvisors
7:19
Ronaldo Diamante
From: Suite for Improvisors

TOP DOWNLOADS

Jalousie Ballet
3:25
Wolfgang Seligo
From: Jalousie Ballet

Kangding Love Song
03:48
Stephanie Chou
From: Asymptote

I Wanna See Your Funk
04:19
Iordache
From: Organic Natural

Here I Am Home
3:05
Marti Mendenhall
From: Here I Am Home

Suite for Improvisors
7:19
Ronaldo Diamante
From: Suite for Improvisors

Sesame Street Theme
6:26
Delfeayo Marsalis
From: Kalamazoo

Raining In Bristol
04:51
Andy Nowak
From: Sorrow And The Phoenix

Resiliência
6:51
Vinicius Gomes
From: Resiliência

Oh, What A Beautiful Morning
06:32
Dave Young / Terry Promane
From: Octet Volume Two

Arrhythmia (to Morton Subotnick)
02:57
Rosario Di Rosa
From: Un Cielo Pieno Di Nuvole

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