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Various - All The Best Jazz mp3 track

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Performer: Various
Title: All The Best Jazz
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1993
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.4 ✦
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Stan Getz Stella By Starlight 2:41
Oscar Peterson Night Train 4:50
Ella Fitzgerald Mr. Paganini (You'll Have To Swing It If You Can't Sing It) 4:03
Benny Goodman Flying Home 4:01
Lionel Hampton On The Sunny Side Of The Street 5:51
Sarah Vaughan Lullaby Of Birdland 3:59
Ben Webster My One And Only Love 4:39
Chet Baker There's No Greater Love 2:32
Erroll Garner Misty 2:45
Mel Tormé Too Close For Comfort 4:02
Count Basie All Of Me 2:25
Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong Cheel To Cheek 5:51
George Shearing This Can't Be Love 6:24
The Modern Jazz Quartet The Golden Striker 4:08
Stan Getz, J.J. Johnson My Funny Valentine 8:29


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Gil 516 569-2 Various All The Best Jazz ‎(CD, Comp) PolyGram Special Marketing, Parker Gil 516 569-2 Netherlands 1993
516 569-2 Various All The Best Jazz ‎(CD, Comp) PolyGram Special Projects 516 569-2 Netherlands 1993

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