That Jazz On-Demand June 2020

By | June 7, 2020
Lakecia Benjamin – Pursuance : The Coltranes

Listen to That Jazz On-Demand, the new Jazz music by artists added to the Sun Music playlist.

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Alain MalletBreach (for Jamey)A Wake of Sorrows Engulfed in Rage
Bernard ScavellaTranquilityThe Way I Feel
Carl SaundersWalking On AirCarl Saunders, Jazz Trumpet
Christian Tamburr SeptetHiding in the Light (Stainless Girl)The Awakening (Sounds for Sculpture)
ClairdeeOld Devil MoonA Love Letter to Lena
Gerald BeckettShacktownMOOD
Henry RobinettPinocchioJazz Standards Vol 1 Then
Lakecia BenjaminSyeedas Song FlutePursuance The Coltranes
Lauren HendersonWhile We're YoungThe Songbook Session
The Lost MelodyLeaving MontserratNew Songs For Old Souls
LP And The VinylEverybody Wants to Rule the WorldHeard and Seen
Monika HerzigWe Are The ChampionsEternal Dance
Nduduzo MakhathiniOn The Other SideModes Of Communication: Letters From The Underworlds
Wayne AlpernThrillerStandard Deviation
Wayne EscofferyAKA ReggieThe Humble Warrior

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