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All About Jazz Top 10 Tracks: August 2019

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

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

Enjoy!

EDITOR'S PICKS

Martino's Waltz
Wayne Wilkinson
From: Proceed To Route
5:18

Roots and Wings
Ralph Hepola
From: Tuba
7:11

You Hit the Spot
Ricky Alexander
From: Strike up The Band
4:34

II. Valley
Marcio Garcia
From: Forest
04:16

Afro Blue
Anna Mia, Daria Morgacheva
From: Afro Blue EP
02:52

Existing Conditions
Outside in Music
From: Outside in Music Volume 3: Live at Pinch Recording
6:17

Espoleta
André Peloso
From: Na escuta
3:19

A Kiss To Build A Dream On
Ricky Alexander
From: Strike up The Band
3:50

Tricycle
Michel Maurer
From: The Shape of Noon
05:28

Overload
The May Fall Crew
From: Overload
04:12

TOP TRACKS

The Next Fifty Years
Wolfgang Seligo
From: The Next Fifty Years
2:50

Summer Song
Rebecca Angel
From: Summer Song
04:01

Returning from Pluto
Lisa Marie Simmons
From: NoteSpeak
6:29

The Beauty of Not Knowing
Ian Michael Brown
From: The Beauty of Not Knowing
07:01

Refugee
Paula Maya
From: Refugee
03:59

Loading Screen
Echoes
From: Loading Screen
04:39

Desierto
Sol y Los Terrestres
From: Desierto
03:31

Room 101
Nuno Damião
From: ٤
03:56

Struggle Bubble
Luca Sisera
From: Starlex Complex
4:18

The Cat Walk
Saul Cosme
From: Live in New York
12:56

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