Free MP3s from SF Jazz Collective, Kenny Werner, Charlie Hunter, Either/Orchestra, Chucho Valdes and more at All About Jazz


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All About Jazz recently topped six million MP3 downloads (since November 2005) featuring some exclusive tracks not found elsewhere on the web.

We highly recommend these recently featured tracks from established and up & coming artists. And be on the lookout for a free track from Cassandra Wilson's latest Silver Pony (Blue Note, 2010) on November 9th.

Cape Verdean Blues (7:56)
SF Jazz Collective
From: Live 2010: 7th Annual Concert Tour
SF Jazz

Ain't We Got Fun (04:22)
Charlie Hunter
From: Public Domain
Self Produced

Tattooed By Passion (5:55)
Matt Jorgensen
From: Tattooed By Passion: Music inspired by the paintings of Dale Chisman
Origin Records

Second Gymnopedie (7:28)
Dan Willis and Velvet Gentlemen
From: The Satie Project
Daywood Drive

The God of Time (3:27)
Kenny Werner
From: No Beginning No End
Half Note

Yansa (7:50)
Chucho Valdes
From: Chucho's Steps
World Village

How Deep Is The Ocean
Edward Simon
Danny Boy
Keogh/Simon Productions

Cruel Altitude (08:39)
Nils Petter Molvaer
From: Hamada
Thirsty Ear Recordings

The (one of a kind) Shimmy (5:37)
From: Mood Music for Time Travellers
Accurate Records

Tight Like This (04:26)
Brad Goode
From: Tight Like This
Delmark Records

Urban Grassland (6:38)
Chad McCullough
From: The Sky Cries
Origin Records

False Participation (9:37)
Leron Thomas
From: Juxtaposed
Self Produced

Transit (5:46)
Nat Janoff
From: Come Together Move Apart
Self Produced

Over-Caffeinated and Under-Fed (5:25)
The Kora Band
From: Cascades
OA2 Records

Left in a Red State (8:16)
Stephen Anderson
From: Nation Degeneration
Summit Records

My Love Is An April Song (6:24)
Luciano Troja
From: At Home With Zindars
Self Produced

World of Thought
Marzio Scholten
World of Thought
O.A.P. Records

Inner Peace
Albert Rivera
Inner Peace
Turnaround Records

Exodus (5:20)
Justin Kauflin
From: Introducing Justin Kauflin
Justin Kauflin Publishing

AAJ has offered a free daily download since November 2005 from artists spanning all genres of jazz including Gary Burton, Brian Blade, Matthew Shipp, Jon Hassell, Kenny Garrett, Dave Holland, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Aaron Parks, Terence Blanchard, Craig Taborn, Mike Moreno, Rob Reddy, Ted Nash, Mingus Big Band, Exploding Star Orchestra, David Weiss, Bob Mintzer, Microscopic Septet, Ron Horton, Ben Allison, Greg Tardy, Ingrid Jensen, John McNeil, Wycliffe Gordon, Mario Pavone, Scott Kinsey, Billy Kilson, Upper Left Trio, Cuong Vu, Darcy James Argue, Charlie Hunter, Erik Friedlander, Maria Schneider, Rez Abbasi, Rick Parker Collective, Brooklyn Jazz Underground, Paul Bollenback, Wayne Horvitz, Joel Harrison, John Ellis, Christian McBride, George Colligan, Club d'Elf, Jeremy Pelt, Vic Juris, Hiromi, Jonathan Kreisberg, Eddie Gomez, Bern Nix, Either/Orchestra, Moutin Reunion Quartet, Dave Phillips and Freedance, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, Alan Pasqua, Jenny Scheinman, Roberto Magris, Ken Vandermark, Dave Stryker, Bill Carrothers, Buck Hill, Bob Brookmeyer, Marc Copland, Mark Egan, Charles Gayle, Donald Harrison, Lonnie Plaxico, Joe Locke, Scott Amendola, Claudio Roditi, Eddie Daniels Tom Christensen and many more.

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