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All About Jazz Top 10 Tracks: May 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 May, 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

It's Up To You
Okan Ersan
From: A Reborn Journey
06:37

Pnima
Omer Ashano
From: Alive In New York
05:23

Blowing Smoke
David Berkman
From: Six of One
06:15

Whiskey In Orleans (Single)
Refraction
From: Whiskey In Orleans (Single)
05:16

Gêmeos
Conrado Paulino
From: Quatro Climas ("Four Climates") - Conrado Paulino Quarteto
06:54

Trembling/Light
Ayelet Rose Gottlieb
From: Who Has Seen the Wind?
5:35

Herbs in a Glass
Jason Palmer
From: Rhyme And Reason
12:31

I'll See You
Harry Mitchell
From: In My Dreams
5:58

After the Rain
Teodross Avery
From: After the Rain: A Night for Coltrane
04:31

Bedrum
Johnathan Blake
From: Trion
02:51

TOP TRACKS

After the Rain
Teodross Avery
From: After the Rain: A Night for Coltrane
04:31

Thoughts
Blaise Siwula
From: Sedition
5:56

Monarch
Mai Leisz
From: Metamorphosis
06:01

Iraqi Peace Song
Joseph Patrick Moore
From: Nevada Sun
07:17

Trembling/Light
Ayelet Rose Gottlieb
From: Who Has Seen the Wind?
5:35

I'll See You
Harry Mitchell
From: In My Dreams
5:58

New And Happy
Nick Grinder
From: Farallon
06:44

Gêmeos
Conrado Paulino
From: Quatro Climas ("Four Climates") - Conrado Paulino Quarteto
06:54

Herbs in a Glass
Jason Palmer
From: Rhyme And Reason
12:31

Playtime 2050
Nick Sanders
From: Playtime 2050
04:32

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