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Our jazz playlist for the road

Water babies – Miles Davis

A collector’s item, Water Babies captures the imagination with every listen.

Wind parade – Donald Byrd

A definite on the road companion, Wind Parade enjoys heavy all round rotation and powers one of the greatest remixes in hip-hop history.

Fly Me To The Moon – Diana Krall

This classic does indeed take you on a journey. It has been covered by many greats including Nat King Cole, Brenda Lee, and Frank Sinatra and features in many television shows, films and video games.

Atomic energy – Mal Waldron

An inspirational, uplifting instrumental, modal waltz gem that seeps through the veins and leaves you rocking and moving those fingers.

Bumpin’ on sunset – Wes Montgomery

An amazing sound that captures the interest of many, from hardcore fans to beat hunters, soul-jazz fans, and groove collectors.

I’m confessin’ that I love you – Thelonious Monk

This is a beautiful solo piano piece by Thelonious Monk.

Carry On – Norah Jones

This piece shows off the relationship between the singer’s angelic soothing voice and impressive jazzy piano rhythms.

In a sentimental mood – Duke Ellington and John Coltrane

A classic 1962 melodic and mature album with the piano and jazz saxophone skills of the masters beautifully displayed.

I fall in love too easily – Chet Baker

An emotional heavy weight when it comes to telling the story of love and heartbreak as the singer bemoans his greatest insecurity.

Naima – John Coltrane

A hauntingly beautiful ballad, “Naima,” is the singer’s signature ballad named for his first wife.

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