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Dinner Jazz

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Al Cohn Quintet & Zoot Sims  You're a Lucky Guy   buy on itunes
Django Reinhardt & Stéphane Grappelli  Honeysuckle Rose   buy on itunes
Clark Terry, Ed Thigpen, Herbie Hancock, Kenny Burrell & Ron Carter  Struttin' With Some Barbecue   buy on itunes
Oscar Peterson Trio & Stan Getz  I Was Doing All Right   buy on itunes
Vince Guaraldi & Bola Sete  Star Song   buy on itunes
Horace Silver  Peace   buy on itunes
Ahmad Jamal  The Surrey With the Fringe On Top   buy on itunes
Al Cohn Quintet & Bob Brookmeyer  The Lady Is a Tramp   buy on itunes
Gene Ammons and Sonny Stitt  There Is No Greater Love   buy on itunes
Joe Henderson  U.M.M.G. (Upper Manhattan Medical Group)   buy on itunes
Lee Morgan  Ceora   buy on itunes
Sonny Stitt  Lester Leaps In   buy on itunes
Bill Evans & Jim Hall  I've Got You Under My Skin   buy on itunes
Bud Powell  Elegy   buy on itunes
Antonio Carlos Jobim, João Gilberto & Stan Getz  Pra Machucar Meu Coração   buy on itunes
Christian McBride, Nicholas Payton and Mark Whitfield  Driftin'   buy on itunes
Candido Camero & Al Cohn  Cheek to Cheek   buy on itunes
Joe Lovano  Santa Lucia   buy on itunes
Johnny Smith  How About You?   buy on itunes
Shirley Scott  Days of Wine and Roses   buy on itunes
Tal Farlow  If There's Someone Lovelier Than You   buy on itunes
Don Fagerquist Octet  All the Things You Are   buy on itunes
Zoot Sims, Jimmy Raney, and Jim Hall  Este Seu Olhar   buy on itunes
Frank Kimbrough  Kid Stuff   buy on itunes
Gabor Szabo  Yesterday   buy on itunes

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From [i]amuse-bouche[/i] to [i]digestif[/i], everything goes down nice 'n' easy with some dynamic duos dreaming big and rewriting the proudest pages in the jazz-standard songbook. Stan Getz's warm, fuzzy sax is the perfect partner for Oscar Peterson's cool-injected piano pounce on "I Was Doing All Right." Bill Evans' painterly pianistics sound like they were born to bounce up against six-string shaman Jim Hall's pastoral picking. And when Cuban conga king Candido Camero dances around cool-jazz giant Al Cohn's simmering sax for a percolating take on "Cheek to Cheek," you can abandon any worries of a drop in the dinnertime vibe.
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