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All About Jazz Top 10 Tracks: March 2018

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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 March, these ten represent our personal favorites. We also included the top ten reader favorites as indicated by total.

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

EDITOR'S PICKS

You Eat My Food, You Drink My Win, You Steal My Girl!
Leslie Pintchik
From: You Eat My Food, You Drink My Wine, You Steal My Girl!
4:47

Don't Be on the Outside
Erin McDougald
From: Outside the Soiree
5:48

Decadence
Mathias Heise Quadrillion
From: Decadence
05:49

Moriviví
Isaac Hernandez
From: Raiz
05:23

The Time Has Come
Fabrice Sotton
From: Fabrice Sotton- The time has come
03:53

St. James Infirmary
Birch Pereira & the Gin Joints
From: Western Soul
04:01

Shikara
Lubos Soukup
From: Země
06:55

Displace
Robert Diack
From: Lost Villages
02:07

Mind The Step
Jacob Munk Nielsen
From: Mind The Step
05:44

He's A Problem In The Locker Room
Solon McDade
From: Murals
05:42

TOP TRACKS

Las Americas
Gaute Storsve Trio
From: Las Americas
06:41

Early In The Morning
Rose Ellis
From: Like Songs Like Moons
4:29

Islander's Dilemma
Natanael Ramos
From: Islander's Dilemma
6:49

Palm Trees
Billie Davies
From: On Hollywood Boulevard
13:49

He's A Problem In The Locker Room
Solon McDade
From: Murals
05:42

Decadence
Mathias Heise Quadrillion
From: Decadence
05:49

Halfway to Hartford
Noah Preminger
From: Genuinity
8:17

Sky Glow
Chris Platt
From: Sky Glow
06:19

Doctor Blood Shot
Thomas Devinko
From: 30217
5:15

Shikara
Lubos Soukup
From: Země
06:55

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