The Jazz.com Blog
January 30, 2008 · 0 comments
Every weekday, jazz.com selects two songs to feature on its home page. The Song of the Day focuses on a noteworthy recent release. A Classic Revisited looks back at an important recording from the music's heritage. These two features provide an opportunity to highlight the best of new jazz and old jazz.
With the end of the month at hand, it's time to wrap up the selections from the last month. Below are the classic tracks featured during January. Tomorrow we will look the month's choices for Song of the Day.
Gerry Mulligan (with Zoot Sims): Come Rain or Come Shine
John Coltrane: Giant Steps
Herbie Nichols: Applejackin'
Woody Shaw: Theme for Maxine
Ramsey Lewis: The 'In' Crowd
Joe Pass: Have You Met Miss Jones?
Duke Ellington: The Harlem Suite
Dizzy Gillespie: Tin Tin Deo
Artie Shaw: Begin the Beguine
Woody Herman: Apple Honey
John Lewis: Sketch
Ornette Coleman: Embraceable You
J.J. Johnson: What's New
Jim Pepper: Witchi-Tai-To
Lee Morgan: The Sidewinder
Charles Mingus: Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
John Coltrane: Moment's Notice
Miles Davis: All Blues
Thelonious Monk & John Coltrane: Monk's Mood
Rahsaan Roland Kirk: Bright Moments
Billie Holiday & Lester Young: All of Me
Ahmad Jamal: Poinciana
Charlie Parker: Billie's Bounce
This blog entry posted by Ted Gioia