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All About Jazz Top 10 Tracks: January 2020

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Roger Burn
All About Jazz features a free song every day spanning all genres of jazz, and of the 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

Come In Funky
Tobin Mueller
From: Come in Funky
4:18

The Silent Cry
James Hill
From: Higienopolis
05:37

Bunganga
Audrey Ochoa
From: Frankenhorn
04:32

Kowabunga
Manteca
From: Augmented Indifference
04:50

The Road Less Traveled
Knoxville Jazz Orchestra
From: The Road Less Traveled
07:32

Hiroe's Spirit
Hiroe Sekine
From: Hiroe's Spirit
05:41

A Song For You
Noah Peterson
From: Bump
3:24

Moanin' / Blue Monk
Tobin Mueller
From: Standard Deviation (Tobin Mueller)
4:59

Canon
Randy Hoexter
From: Fromage
05:42

Espiritual
Roger Burn
From: Trilogy (A Tribute To Roger Burn & Shapes)
08:10

TOP TRACKS

Espiritual
Roger Burn
From: Trilogy (A Tribute To Roger Burn & Shapes)
08:10

Canon
Randy Hoexter
From: Fromage
05:42

The Silent Cry
James Hill
From: Higienopolis
05:37

96 Heartbeats Per Minute
Adam De Lucia
From: 96 Heartbeats Per Minute- Single
2:46

The Road Less Traveled
Knoxville Jazz Orchestra
From: The Road Less Traveled
07:32

Chicken Tenders
Daniel Mandrychenko
From: Anti
7:04

Brad Vibe- Live
Igor Willcox
From: Igor Willcox Quartet- Live at the Jazz Room, Waterloo, On, Canada
07:43

Kowabunga
Manteca
From: Augmented Indifference
04:50

Come In Funky
Tobin Mueller
From: Come in Funky
4:18

Smells Like Teen Spirit
Jay Smith Group
From: The Trio Showed Up
06:16

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