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All About Jazz Top 10 Tracks: March 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 March, 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

Matcha
Yotam Silberstein
From: Future Memories
7:00

Nancy With The Laughing Face
Lukas Gabric
From: Labor of Love
05:36

This Could Be The One
Karin Plato
From: This Could Be The One
03:42

Berlin IV
Michael Davidson & Dan Fortin
From: Clock Radio
05:33

She Said Yes
Jacob Munk Nielsen
From: Pulled Pace
05:35

The Mighty Flo
Kevin Mackenzie
From: The Ballad of Future Joe
8:05

Autumn bloom
Organic pulse ensemble
From: Transcending the Sum
04:04

Waddle
Moppa Elliott
From: Jazz Band/Rock Band/Dance Band
03:46

Secret Treetop
Annie Chen
From: Secret Treetop
8:10

Sunset With Susan
John Voigt
From: The Music of Paul Motian
02:50

TOP TRACKS

Sunset With Susan
John Voigt
From: The Music of Paul Motian
02:50

Real Hero
StarkLinnemann Quartet
From: Awake
06:27

Keep Calm And
Miłosz Skwirut
From: Road Movies
04:06

This Could Be The One
Karin Plato
From: This Could Be The One
03:42

Autumn bloom
Organic pulse ensemble
From: Transcending the Sum
04:04

Rock Steady
Daniel Bondaczuk
From: One Name
4:00

Cope Inventory
Rosario Di Rosa Basic Phonetics
From: Crossroad Blues
12:35

Diva Moana
Fantomama
From: Fantomama
7:06

She Said Yes
Jacob Munk Nielsen
From: Pulled Pace
05:35

Secret Treetop
Annie Chen
From: Secret Treetop
8:10

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