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All About Jazz Top 10 Tracks: September 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 September, 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

Phat Friday
Brandon Robertson
From: Bass'd On A True Story
06:12

For The Go Go
Lafayette Gilchrist
From: Dark Matter
06:17

Something's Coming
Ted Nash, Steve Cardenas & Ben Allison
From: Somewhere Else: West Side Story Songs
4:16

Quítate De La Vía Perico
Miguel Zenon
From: Sonero: The Music of Ismael Rivera
07:08

Wave Over Wave
Heather Bambrick
From: Fine State
04:24

Sleepless in Paris
Moy Eng
From: The Blue Hour
04:52

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

Komposition VII
Max Agnas
From: Komposition VII
07:54

Aback
Lauren Lee
From: Windowsill
05:43

Favela Chic
Tom van der Zaal
From: Introducing Tom van der Zaal
06:35

TOP TRACKS

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

Cronos
RCT
From: Reality Control Test
05:32

Roots and Wings
Ralph Hepola
From: Tuba
7:11

Espoleta
André Peloso
From: Na escuta
3:19

N'essaye Pas Julie Slim & RendezVous
Julie Slim
From: N'essaye Pas Julie Slim & RendezVous
04:03

Afro Blue
Anna Mia, Daria Morgacheva
From: Afro Blue EP
02:52

Komposition VII
Max Agnas
From: Komposition VII
07:54

Wooden Mirrors (Two Carved Objects, in Complementary Motion)—Excerpt
Daniel Barbiero / Cristiano Bocci
From: Wooden Mirrors
06:15

II. Valley
Marcio Garcia
From: Forest
04:16

Just One Day
J.Cordes
From: Just one Day
32:36

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