That Jazz On-Demand August 2017

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That Jazz "Buy What You Hear" August 2017

Akiko TsurugaTanabataSo Cute, So Bad
Ariel PocockWhen You Wish Upon a StarLiving In Twilight
B.J. JansenRelaxin' With JessicaCommon Ground
Charles Lloyd New QuartetPassin' ThruPassin' Thru
Dave Liebman / Joe LovanoLocomotionCompassion - The Music Of John Coltrane
David Benoit & Marc AntoineFrench CaféSo Nice!
Deon YatesCruisin' WoodwardSchool of Funk
Douye'SummertimeDaddy Said So
Havana MaestrosGood TimesMade in Cuba
Havana MaestrosWhatcha SayMade in Cuba
Herb AlpertI'm YoursMusic Vol. 1
Hudson: Jack DeJohnette; Larry Grenadier; John Medeski; John ScofieldWait Until TomorrowHudson
Ken WileyMorningJazz Horn Redux
Laszlo GardonySerious PlaySerious Play
Lindsey WebsterNext to MeBack To Your Heart
NajeeLet's Take It Back Feat. IncognitoPoetry in Motion
Pacific Mambo OrchestraGetawayLive From Stern Grove
Patti LaBelleMoody's Mood feat. KemBel Hommage
Paul Jackson Jr.Down the RoadStories From Stompin' Willie
Ron Francis BlakeNight DreamAssimilation
S.O.A.R.PartySounds Of A&ramazon
Terry GibbsYardbird Suite92 Years Young: Jammin' at the Gibbs House
Walt WeiskopfEchoes Of The Quiet PastFountain Of Youthamazon

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