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jazz

Greatest artists, greatest songs? (from, perhaps, the greatest genre)
New ones, this new electro-jazz, jazz/swing?
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jazz

Greatest artists, greatest songs? (from, perhaps, the greatest genre)
New ones, this new electro-jazz, jazz/swing?
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Any part of jazz is the best. Personally, being a trumpet player I'm a fan of James Morrison (NOT the pop singer) and people like Arturo Sandoval. I love some modern jazz artists (particularly Jamie Cullum, who I saw recently). Rat Pack, Julie London, just everybody :L


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Hell of a ****ing tune.
Great dancing too.
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Sadly that modern Jazz can not come close to the old standards of Jazz.

The greatest ones? Probably anything from 20s-50s. Just pick someone.
From Cole to Basie, Davis to Miller.
Even the entertainers like the Rat Pack, Bobby Darin or Louis Prima were so special.
Or the chansons like Como, Crosby or Fitzgerald are unforgettable.

I always smile when people say that they were born in the wrong era and they talk about the 70s - 90s.
Not knowing those names or Schubert, Bach, Lizst, Tchaikowsky, etc. says everything.

Just a random song for tonight.

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If you like slow jazz ballads then check out ben Webster. his breathy sound (subtone) on the sax is magical! My favourite is ben Webster playing "my funny valentine" (a jazz standard). If you want some dance/ house jazz then I would recommend Parov Stelar
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