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Jazz comes in many styles that are pulled from a colorful pallet of musical imperatives. But a common core of the jazz experience is found in the feeling or soulfulness, which is better known as the groove. While prevalent in any jazz performance, the groove is most noticeable in the swing, hard bop, and soul jazz idioms. In this hour, we will visit with that classic musical feeling inspired by the hippest jazz grooves.
|Diana Krall||How Deep Is The Ocean (How High Is The Sky)||Love Scenes|
|Bob Dorough||The Coffee Song||Too Much Coffee Man|
|Mark Murphy||Down St. Thomas Way||Bop for Kerouac|
|Karrin Allyson||Can't We Be Friends?||Sweet Home Cookin'|
|Chris Connor||How Long?||Sings Lullabys for Lovers|
|Johnny Lytle||Blues Walk||Swingin' At The Gate|
|Kenny Burrell||Take The A Train||Ellington is Forever, Volume 2|
|Brian Charette||Up Up And Away||Good Tipper|
|The Clayton Brothers||Gina's Groove||Back In The Swing Of Things|
|Paul Desmond||Take Ten||Skylark|
|Big Bad Voodoo Daddy||The Boogie Bumper||Americana Deluxe|