The Best Jazz Songs of All Time | 50 Unforgettable Jazz Classics

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THE BEST JAZZ SONGS OF ALL TIME: 50 Unforgettable Jazz Classics

1 It Don’t Mean a Thing – 11 piece band including: L. Hampton (vib, voc), I. Randolph (tp), C. Berry (ts), C. Hart (p), M. Hinton (b), C. Cole (dm) (1939) 00:00
2 Bugle Call Rag – B. Goodman and His Orchestra (1936) 03:13
3 Sweet Georgia Brown – E. Hines and His Orchestra (1934) 06:11
4 A-Tisket, A-Tasket – E. Fitzgerald acc. by C. Webb and His Orchestra (1938) 08:39
5 Cocktails for Two – T. Dorsey and His Orchestra (1938) 11:16
6 Sweet Sue, Just You – T. Dorsey and His Orchestra (voc.: J. Leonard and His Band) (1938) 14:22
7 All the Things You Are – A. Shaw and His Orchestra (1939) 17:12
8 Stairway to the Stars – E. Fitzgerald and Her Famous Orchestra (1939) 20:25
9 Somebody Loves Me – B. Goodman and His Orchestra (1936) 23:43
10 I’m Coming Virginia – S. Bechet (sop), C. Shavers (tp), W. “The Lion” Smith (p), E. Barksdale (g), W. Braud (b), M. Johnson (dm) (1941) 26:32
11 I’ve Found a New Baby – B. Freeman and His Summa cum Laude Orchestra (1938) 29:11
12 King Porter Stomp – B. Goodman and His Orchestra (1935) 31:52
13 China Boy – B. Freeman and His Orchestra (1939) 34:59
14 Honeysuckle Rose – B. Berigan (tp), T. Dorsey (tb), F. Waller (p), D. McDonough (g), G. Wettling (dm) (1937) 37:36
15 High Society – J. Roll Morton’s New Orleans Jazzmen (1939) 40:42
16 Way Down Yonder in New Orleans – The Kansas City Six feat. L. Young (1938) 43:29
17 Copenhagen – B. Freeman and His Summa cum Laude Orchestra (1940) 46:26
18 Flying Home – L. Hampton and His Orchestra (1940) 49:11
19 At the Jazz Band Ball – M. Spanier (cn), G. Brunies (tb, vc), R. Cless (cl), B. Billings (ts), J. Bushkin (p), B. Casey (b), D. Carter (dm) (1939) 52:07
20 Fidgety Feet – B. Freeman and His Orchestra (1939) 54:58
21 I’m in the Mood for Swing – L. Hampton (vib), H. James (tp), B. Carter (as, cl, arr), D. Matthews (as), B. Russin (ts), H. Evans (ts), B. Kyle (p), J. Kirby (b), J. Jones (dm) (1938) 57:49
22 Night and Day – B. Goodman and His Orchestra (1939) 01:00:36
23 Baby Won’t You Please Come Home – L. Armstrong and His Orchestra (1939) 01:03:29
24 Tea for Two – T. Dorsey and His Orchestra (1939) 01:06:46
25 Woodchopper’s Ball – W. Herman and His Orchestra (1939) 01:09:58
26 One O’ Clock Jump – G. Miller and His Orchestra (1940) 01:13:08
27 The Jumpin’ Jive – C. Calloway and His Orchestra (1939) 01:17:00
28 After You’ve Gone – B. Goodman and His Orchestra (1942) 01:19:49
29 Lady Be Good – G. Miller and His Orchestra (1940) 01:22:19
30 At the Darktown Strutters’ Ball – B. Goodman and His Orchestra (1942) 01:24:43
31 When You’re Smiling – vocal: I. Mills/solos: J. Nanton (tb), F. Jenkins (tp), C. Williams (tp) & J. Hodges (as), F. Jenkins (tp) (1930) 01:27:07
32 When the Saints Go Marchin’ In – L. Armstrong and His Orchestra (1938) 01:30:13
33 I Can’t Give You Anything but Love – L. Armstrong and His Orchestra (1938) 01:32:56
34 Stardust – A. Shaw and His Orchestra (1940) 01:35:52
35 Body and Soul – B. Holiday and Her Orchestra (1940) 01:39:24
36 Moonlight Serenade – G. Miller and His Orchestra (1939) 01:42:23
37 All of Me – B. Holiday acc. by E. Heywood and His Orchestra (1941) 01:45:49
38 I Got It Bad – E. Fitzgerald and Her Famous Orchestra (1939) 01:48:53
39 American Patrol – G. Miller and His Orchestra (1942) 01:51:46
40 Minnie the Moocher – C. Calloway and His Orchestra (1942) 01:55:11
41 One Step (intro: The Teasin’ Rag) – Original Dixieland Jazz Band (1917) 01:58:28
42 Tiger Rag – L. Armstrong and His Orchestra (1930) 02:01:04
43 Dippermouth Blues – M. Spanier (cn), G. Brunies (tb, vc), R. Cless (cl), B. Billings (ts), J. Bushkin (p), B. Casey (b), D. Carter (dm) (1939) 02:04:14
44 Love Is Just around the Corner – E. Condon and His Windy City Seven (1938) 02:06:41
45 I’m Confessin’ – B. Goodman Sextet feat. C. Christian (1939) 02:09:46
46 Indiana – C. Berry and His Stompy Stevedores (1937) 02:12:45
47 Ain’t Misbehavin’ – L. Armstrong and His Orchestra (1929) 02:15:34
48 The Man I Love – B. Holiday and Her Orchestra (1939) 02:18:46
49 Strange Fruit – B. Holiday and Her Orchestra (1940) 02:21:51
50 Rhapsody in Blue – P. Whiteman and His Orchestra feat. G. Gershwin (1927) 02:25:01

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44 COMMENTS

  1. i sometimes wish i was born 1880 to listen to this with my ma cause we both like old music even though she doesnt understand much English we still are very much fans of music like this

  2. All the things you are was played when tom fell in love and then jerry was jealous he went and took a sharp pin and kept on the sit guess what happened Tom didn't sit in that chair lmao

  3. now I get SNL on their skid with Alexa "Alexa, play Black Jazz!" and Alexa, "mmmm… playing jazz…" lol

  4. Jazz is probably one of the only genres of music where you can record it in extremely low quality and still sound great.

  5. I'm a 18 year old portuguese boy and god I love jazz, specially the classics. Honestly, this is pure art. I genuinly live this music, it makes my heart bounce. I'm such a jazz lover.

  6. Oh My Goodness 😱 That's splendidly Astonishing ❤
    It makes me dance like a crazy guy!
    As well as bringing back memories from the nice era 🥰🥰
    For me, this is the best version of Jazz Music ever🎷🎶 Does anyone agree with me?!

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