Something more urban and groovy. Miles Davis – ‘So What’ Definitely a lack of Charlie 'bird' Parker and general bebop. But otherwise great list.

Many other jazz musicians have covered the song in reverence to Davis's brilliance. I also really love Concerto for Cootie/Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me. From it is this transcendent, Amy Winehouse-enhanced version of the 1930 standard, also covered by legends such as Sarah Vaughan, Frank Sinatra and Etta James.

Your list is good but it is not accurate. "A Night in Tunisia" is by Dizzie Gillespie, not Sonny Rollins....still a great tune, though!

(May I suggest you add some comments to #21-50 on your list?).

Montgomery was born on March 6, 1923, in Indianapolis, IN. Jeezy hottest songs, singles and tracks, Seen It All , R.I.P. It was the last number ever recorded by Earl Hines, in 1981.

“Anonymous Skulls” – Medeski, Martin & Wood. “Moon Tune” – Bob James/David Sanborn, 88. I believe that slightly eccentric creators such as Sun Ra and Pharoah Sanders are every bit as important to jazz as are Billie Holiday and Dave Brubeck.

Love the list. I am downloading all of the songs on your list to my new iPhone...No disappointments yet on the ones I have already had a chance to listen to so far. An under-appreciated artist and song. It also offered a glimpse of the path that Trane was about to embark upon.

This is a phenomenally complex arrangement. Then or now. “Potato Head Blues” – Louis Armstrong, 76. Keith Jarrett's Koln Concert, or Vince Guaraldi's Cast Your Fate To The Wind.

Dave Brubeck Quartet – ‘Take Five’ easyfreerecipes from Atlanta, GA on January 03, 2011: nice list, we definitely have some of the same taste. Also jazz first had small amounts of popularity in the turn of the century in New Orleans. But jazz is a learning process; the more exposure a listener gets the more he wants to hear more.

Listen to Blac Youngsta's new remix to "Booty" featuring Chris Brown, Jeezy & Trey Songz. Miles Davis was born on May 26, 1926, in Alton, IL. This is true gospel. Count Basie was born on August 21, 1904, in Red Bank, NJ. I'm A singer & Jazz guitarist. Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto – ‘The Girl From Ipanema’ I'd have put 3 views of a secret higher! 2.". What a timeless classic and still remains fresh today.

I couldn't find anything I would eliminate, but I can think of a few singers I would have added. Rahsaan Roland Kirk also composed lyrics to the song on his album.

"One O'Clock Jump" became the theme song of the Count Basie Orchestra. It’s not about the melody. My list would be different, but like you, mine would also be heavy on Miles and Trane.

Tony Bennett & Amy Winehouse – ‘Body & Soul’ Sorry Duke.

Jazz 40s music classics and classic jazz instrumental music. Montgomery plays double octaves throughout. He created a template that a thousand jam bands would follow 40 years after the fact.

Glad to see you had Mingus' Hog Callin' Blues in the list; that song featured probably the best Rahsaan Roland Kirk solo ever. And what a warm sound! TreeAndLeaf from Kennerdell, Pennsylvania on April 18, 2011: So glad you included Django and Jaco. This song marked a transition in jazz music, bringing in more elements of funk. Clearly there have been some dissenting voices, but as a newcomer I thank you for opening my ears to some really great stuff. It appears on.

My last sentence (the window was too short for my last comment): You have a great list, but I don't see how Sing, Sing, Sing or In the Mood could be left off. Jeezy brings the dream team-- Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole-- together for "American Dream.". The list is pretty good.

This novel and GO BOY by Roger Caron are two of the saddest novels I have ever read!! Thank you for the added video clips. Yella Beezy features a slew of Atlanta heavy hitters on the "That's On Me" remix. Found your hub on the web searching for jazz titles!

They look awesome!

"Autumn in New York." Great Albums: Atomic Swing, Memories Ad-Lib, Associated Acts: Lester Young, Herschel Evans, Freddie Green. “My Feet Can’t Fail Me Now” – Dirty Dozen Brass Band, 78. “The Girl From Ipanema” – Getz/Gilberto, 61.

how could Frank Zappa, Jeff Beck could even come out of your head....and forget about 'lester left town" "Tanya" "cristor redentor" "happy ground" "no room for squares" "song for my father" or artist "king pleasure" "Carmen McRae" "Gene Ammons" "Horace Silver" "Betty Carter" and more...at least U R learning.

"Take Five" is a jazz standard composed by Paul Desmond and originally recorded by the Dave Brubeck Quartet for its 1959 album Time Out. The album topped both the soul and jazz albums chart and peaked at number ten on the pop chart. Great list. Oh well. Written by the band’s saxophonist Paul Desmond, ‘Take Five’ first appeared on Dave Brubeck Quartet’s 1959 album Time Out and it reportedly remains the biggest selling single of all time. Thanks for the list sir.

Bird's Now's the time, heyyy, what about Moody's mood for love.

Also Charles Mingus' 'moanin' should also be listed somewhere. A powerfully beautiful and tender ballad named for Trane’s then-wife.

The lineup included Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet), Charlie Parker (alto sax), Al Haig (piano), Curley Russell (bass), and Sid Catlett (drums).

The whole song (chords and harmony) are based on THE HUNGARIAN GYPSY scale (C, D, E flat, F sharp, G, A Flat and B): Smooth Jazz Lover Girl on March 06, 2012: great list! Then think again, for if it wasn’t for jazz, we wouldn’t have the blues or the myriad of different styles of music that have rocked our world ever since. Though penned by Hoagy Carmichael and Stuart Gorrell in 1930, most people associate this sublime standard with Ray Charles’ transcendent 1960 recording which topped the US Billboard 100. “Five Hundred Miles High” – Stan Getz, 93.

can any body tell me where can i find some music sheets with jazz muzic especialy for violin...thanks...:), i missing chick corea la fiesta and no mystery.

But the list is only half of the benefit, your comments to "explain" the importance/relevance of the first 20 is the other half that helps a beginner appreciate/know "what to look for". Thank you very much! Good job anyway.

“Portrait of Tracy” – Jaco Pastorious, 49.
That term’s too technical to explain in a soundbite, but the track is simply sublime. Nina Simone – ‘My Baby Just Cares For Me’ Associated Acts: Clark Terry, Miles Davis Quintet, Wayne Shorter.

“Willow Weep for Me” – Wes Montgomery, 79. Rack up the volume and wallow. For example, I included a couple of artists on this list that might raise a few eyebrows. Nice list. Thelonious Monk – ‘Round Midnight’ Coming from Chicago, IL, I am a lifelong jazz enthusiast who has been collecting and writing about jazz records for several years. “A Long Drink of the Blues” – Jackie McLean, 80.

Great inspiration.

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You wrote a lot of good tunes but C JAM BLUES must be the simplest song (melody) in the history of music.

There's no Glenn Miller on this list! Its Salt Deanuts! 38.

Finding its feet during the US Great Depression in the 1920s, jazz has continued to evolve and mutate into the 21st Century and whether it’s swing, hot, cool, Bebop, gypsy, modal, free or fusion, uDiscover salutes this remarkable genre with the 15 Best Jazz Songs.

It's named after his wife, Juanita Naima Grubbs.

I love how people expect you to have the same taste in music as them.

Great Albums: Billie Holiday Sings, An Evening with Billie Holiday, Associated Acts: Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Lena Horne. (I was married to him so I'm sure.)
Gillespie was born on October 21, 1917, in Cheraw, SC.

Here's my 2 bits.

Norah Jones – ‘The Nearness Of You’

“Race with Devil on Spanish Highway” – Al DiMeola, 96. Gone way before his time, this cut is a prime example of the way Grover Washington, Jr. could create a wave and ride it all the way to the sunset. His influence can be found across several genres. gr8 list m8! "Freddie Freeloader" has proven to be one of Davis' most enduring compositions. And he influenced them all.

This is a great top 100 list with songs I do and don’t agree with but keep doing what you’re doing this has some high quality tunes that I definitely agree with!

The opening track on legendary trumpeter Miles’ landmark 1959 album Kind Of Blue is one of the best-known examples of modal jazz. The song has been covered by numerous artists, including Nina Simone, UB40, Jeff Buckley, Siouxsie and the Banshees, and Dee Dee Bridgewater.

Of couse,everybody compares the list with his own, so did I. I found some songs to discover, thanks it was interesting!

Great Albums: Mingus at the Bohemia, The Charles Mingus Quintet & Max Roach, Associated Acts: Pepper Adams, Jaki Byard, Miles Davis, Eric Dolphy.

You've listed some definite all-time classics, loved the hub, I'd vote it up a x1000 if I could :), We have very similar taste. “(They call me) Dr.

Bird's Now's the time, heyyy, what about Moody's mood for love.

where are all the women? Notice that I did NOT SAY C JAM BLUES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! “My Funny Valentine” – Gerry Mulligan/Chet Baker, 94.

Thanks illuminatus, for a nice start on top 1000 jazz songs!

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In awe . The song is a tribute to the Birdland nightclub in New York City.

“Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy” – Return to Forever, 65. Moanin' is by Bobby Timmons, not Art Blakey. John Coltrane was born on September 23, 1926, in Hamlet, North Carolina.


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