New York Jazz Lounge – Bar Jazz Classics

Great compilation of relaxing Bar Jazz Classics.
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NEW UPLOAD: Vocal Jazz Classics:
01. All of Me (Gerald Marks/Seymor Simons) 00:00
02. The The A-Train (Billy Streyhorn) 04:30
03. Al the Things You Are (Jerome Kern/Oscar Hammerstein) 08:15
04. Satin Doll (Duke Ellington/Billy Strayhorne) 11:49
05. Fly Me to the Moon (Bart Howard) 16:52
06. Autumn Leaves (Jodeph Kosma/Jacqes Prevert) 21:06
07. My Romance (Richard Rogers/Lorenz Hart) 26:20
08. Take Five (Paul Desmonds) 32:05
09. How High the Moon (William Morgan Lewis/Hancy Hamilton) 35:44
10. The More I See You (Harry Warren/Mack Gordon) 39:14
11. Someday My Prince Will Come (Frank Churchill/Larry Morey) 42:58
12. Don’t Mean A Thing (Duke Ellington/Irving Mills) 46:38

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  1. Susie left you. It’s just as well, you never deserved her anyways. You’re just surprised she stayed as long as she did. She always said you were too concerned with work and sports, and look where that got you. No promotions in five years and the Yankees were still playing like shit. Well, you can’t win them all, but it’d sure be nice to win something right about now. But you’ll settle for a stiff drink. “Hey, I’ll take a whiskey, neat!” you yell to the bartender. He grumbles and pours you a cheap spirit. The liquor burns as it goes down. good. You’re here to get drunk. The music is nice though. A local jazz band plays quietly in the corner. Honestly they look like a bunch of homeless bums, but the melodies wafting over from their set up set a pleasant enough mood

  2. Its so sad to see so many of my generation listening to absolutely terrible music. I’ll be 17 in two months and I only know of two people who would maybe enjoy this. Even my parents listen to rap and pop. I really wish I could find somebody who has a real appreciation for this music, and all the class and elegance associated with it.

  3. Thanks America for being there. Sometimes you act really strange but you make more than up for it with all the amzing stuff you produce and make possible!
    Greetings from an americanophile European and Cosmopolitan.


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