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All About Jazz Top 10 Tracks: January 2019

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Dave Young
All About Jazz features a free song every day spanning all genres of jazz, and of the 30 tracks featured in January, 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

The Lotus Blossom
Dave Young
From: Lotus Blossom
05:26

Fifth Movement
Kenny Werner
From: The Space
6:06

Birthplace
Emanuele Coluccia
From: Birthplace
03:45

Carnival Night
David Caffey
From: All In One
10:30

Moving Day
Kristen Strom
From: Moving Day: The Music of John Shifflett
6:47

Silver Echo
Erik Borelius
From: Erik Borelius No. 13
04:46

Kerrara
Vincent Houdijk
From: Kerrara
04:47

Get Away Blues
Mimi Fox
From: This Bird Still Flies
3:38

The Cautionary Tale of Cox McQueen
Sharam Gill
From: The Cautionary Tale of Cox McQueen
2:40

Transcendence
Cody Carpenter
From: Force Of Nature
04:10

TOP TRACKS

Silver Echo
Erik Borelius
From: Erik Borelius No. 13
04:46

Mercy Mercy Mercy
Ally Fiola
From: Dreaming Away
7:19

Gravitons
Quantum Trio
From: Quality Studio Live
6:38

Stepping Down
Andy Hague
From: Coming Of Age
4:55

Feira de São Cristovão
Marcos Milagres
From: Feira
04:00

Kerrara
Vincent Houdijk
From: Kerrara
04:47

Baum Mitnehmen
James Banner
From: James Banner's USINE
04:35

Thanks for Something
Ethan Ardelli
From: The Island of Form
05:54

Carnival Night
David Caffey
From: All In One
10:30

Listen, Look, Come
Anna Mia
From: Miasophy
06:59

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