9 thoughts on “ Moliz In The Sun - Various - Youve Been Jazzed 2 (CD) ”

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  2. Disc 1 is pretty much standard chillout fare, a few jazzed-up numbers, some electronica, and a little bit of ambient. Much of the material on this disc is quite enjoyable and very listenable, but very little of it is memorable. Disc 2, however, is the Real Deal/5(8).
  3. Crazy Love Album Michael Buble: 2: Miscellaneous Album Nina Simone: 3: Miscellaneous Album Holiday Billie: 4: Miscellaneous Album Ella Fitzgerald: 5: Miscellaneous Album Nat King Cole: 6: 3 Album Nouvelle Vague: 7: Miscellaneous Album Paolo Conte: 8: The Fall Album Norah Jones: 9: Miscellaneous Album Louis Armstrong: Miscellaneous Album.
  4. Smooth Jazz is an outgrowth of fusion, one that emphasizes its polished side. Generally, smooth jazz relies on rhythms and grooves instead of improvisation.
  5. SO NICE - Diana Krall by ILTICCHETTIODELSILEN. John Coltrane - Bye Bye Blackbird - by maserove. Louis Armstrong - Stardust by loveformaynard. Modern Jazz Quartet - Django (full CD Remastered) by MrNicolasz. Pink Martini - Veronique by jabberwocky Boney James - Cry by Infinite Possibilities.
  6. Sahib Shihab - Sahib Shihab and the Danish Radio Jazz Group [Full Album] by planet of the music. [Deleted video] Language: English Location: United States Restricted.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The No.1 Jazz Album on Discogs. Label: PolyGram TV - • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz • The No.1 Jazz Album (, CD) | Discogs/5(4).
  8. With Jazz Loves Marvin Gaye, Universal has assembled a very solid jazz celebration of Gaye's work from their very own library of labels taken from recordings from the s through the beginning of the new century. Highlights on this track collection are numerous, though there aren’t any duds in the mix. The set opens with one of the highlights in Quincy Jones' reading of “What’s.
  9. Jazz is a music genre that originated in the African-American communities of New Orleans, United States, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with its.

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