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Smoky Skies - Unknown Artist - Midnight Jazz (CD)

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  1. Label: Nature Quest - NSAC • Format: Cassette Album, Stereo Digital Recording • Country: UK & US • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul • Style: Easy Listening Unknown Artist - Midnight Jazz - An Adventure In Nature And Music (, Digital Recording, Cassette) | Discogs.
  2. Jan 08,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Smoky Skies - NatureQuest: Midnight Jazz [Remastered] YouTube Wolves and Water - NatureQuest: Midnight Jazz [Remastered] - .
  3. Explore releases from The Jazz All-Stars at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Jazz All-Stars at the Discogs Marketplace. Artist. Edit Artist ; Share. Marketplace The Jazz All Stars* Midnight In Moscow (Album) 4 versions: Palace (2) PST US: Unknown.
  4. AllMusic Review by Paula Edelstein [+] Smooth Jazz at Midnight brings together some of smooth jazz's best-known artists playing some of their lesser-known songs from some of their better-known recordings. As the title implies, this compilation is ripe with 13 previously released late-night tracks.6/
  5. Richy Kicklighter has 9 cds released on the jazz, blues and new age formats that have charted and received airplay on radio and tv internationally. Richy got a start with the Delrays band playing r&b and soul and worked with Rufus Thomas, Eddie Floyd, Bo Diddley, Little Johnny Taylor, Pigmeat Markum, Willy Hightower and more.
  6. Jan 08,  · Unfortunately, there is no artist information for this album. I do not own the content in this video. This video is posted for non-profit entertainment purpo.
  7. Smoky Jazz: Primary Artist: Quiet Riot: Buddy Rich: Primary Artist, Vocals, Drums, Leader Member of Attributed Artist, Drums, Unknown Instrument: Poker Lounge The Best Smooth Jazz Ever! [4 CD Virgin] Primary Artist:
  8. A commonly played song can only be considered a jazz standard if it is widely played among jazz musicians. The jazz standard repertoire has some overlap with blues and pop standards. The most recorded jazz standard was W. C. Handy's "St. Louis Blues" for over 20 years from the s onward, after which Hoagy Carmichael's "Stardust" replaced it.

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