The Best Jazz Songs of All Time | 50 Unforgettable Jazz Classics

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  • Published on:  Friday, June 29, 2018
  • Subscribe for more jazz and classical music: http://bit.ly/YouTubeHalidonMusic Listen to our playlist “The Best of Jazz” on Deezer: http://bit.ly/2tu25aM Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/halidonmusic ▶▶ BUY the MP3 album on the Halidon Music Store: http://bit.ly/2xJwysj►►Order "100 Songs Jazz" (4 CDs) on Amazon: http://hyperurl.co/100JazzSongs►►Order "100 Songs Jazz" (4 CDs) on Ebay: http://bit.ly/2XKqxnA100SongsJazzTHE BEST JAZZ SONGS OF ALL TIME50 Unforgettable Jazz Classics1 It Don't Mean a Thing - 11 piece band including: Lionel Hampton (vib, voc), Irving Randolph (tp), Chu Berry (ts), Clyde Hart (p), Milt Hinton (b), Cozy Cole (dm) (1939) 00:002 Bugle Call Rag - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (1936) 03:133 Sweet Georgia Brown - Earl Hines and His Orchestra (1934) 06:114 A-Tisket, A-Tasket - Ella Fitzgerald acc. by Chick Webb and His Orchestra (1938) 08:395 Cocktails for Two - Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra (1938) 11:166 Sweet Sue, Just You - Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra (voc.: Jack Leonard and His Band) (1938) 14:227 All the Things You Are - Artie Shaw and His Orchestra (1939) 17:128 Stairway to the Stars - Ella Fitzgerald and Her Famous Orchestra (1939) 20:259 Somebody Loves Me - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (1936) 23:4310 I’m Coming Virginia - Sidney Bechet (sop), Charlie Shavers (tp), Willie “The Lion” Smith (p), Everett Barksdale (g), Wellman Braud (b), Manzie Johnson (dm) (1941) 26:3211 I’ve Found a New Baby - Bud Freeman and His Summa cum Laude Orchestra (1938) 29:1112 King Porter Stomp - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (1935) 31:5213 China Boy - Bud Freeman and His Summa cum Laude Orchestra (1939) 34:5914 Honeysuckle Rose - Bunny Berigan (tp), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Fats Waller (p), Dick McDonough (g), George Wettling (dm) (1937) 37:3615 High Society - Jelly Roll Morton’s New Orleans Jazzmen (1939) 40:4216 Way Down Yonder in New Orleans - The Kansas City Six feat. Lester Young (1938) 43:2917 Copenhagen - Bud Freeman and His Summa cum Laude Orchestra (1940) 46:2618 Flying Home - Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra (1940) 49:1119 At the Jazz Band Ball - Muggsy Spanier (cn), George Brunies (tb, vc), Rod Cless (cl), Bernie Billings (ts), Joe Bushkin (p), Bob Casey (b), Don Carter (dm) (1939) 52:0720 Fidgety Feet - Bud Freeman and His Summa cum Laude Orchestra (1939) 54:5821 I’m in the Mood for Swing - Lionel Hampton (vib), Harry James (tp), Benny Carter (as, cl, arr), Dave Matthews (as), Babe Russin (ts), Herschel Evans (ts), Billy Kyle (p), John Kirby (b), Jo Jones (dm) (1938) 57:4922 Night and Day - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (1939) 01:00:3623 Baby Won’t You Please Come Home - Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra (1939) 01:03:2924 Tea for Two - Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra (1939) 01:06:4625 Woodchopper’s Ball - Woody Herman and His Orchestra (1939) 01:09:5826 One O’ Clock Jump - Glenn Miller and His Orchestra (1940) 01:13:0827 The Jumpin’ Jive - Cab Calloway and His Orchestra (1939) 01:17:0028 After You’ve Gone - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (1942) 01:19:4929 Lady Be Good - Glenn Miller and His Orchestra (1940) 01:22:1930 At the Darktown Strutters’ Ball - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (1942) 01:24:4331 When You're Smiling - vocal: Irving Mills / solos: Joe Nanton (tb), Freddy Jenkins (tp), Cootie Williams (tp) & Johnny Hodges (as), Freddy Jenkins (tp) (1930) 01:27:0732 When the Saints Go Marchin’ In - Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra (1938) 01:30:1333 I Can’t Give You Anything but Love - Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra (1938) 01:32:5634 Stardust - Artie Shaw and His Orchestra (1940) 01:35:5235 Body and Soul - Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra (1940) 01:39:2436 Moonlight Serenade - Glenn Miller and His Orchestra (1939) 01:42:2337 All of Me - Billie Holiday acc. by Eddie Heywood and His Orchestra (1941) 01:45:4938 I Got It Bad - Ella Fitzgerald and Her Famous Orchestra (1939) 01:48:5339 American Patrol - Glenn Miller and His Orchestra (1942) 01:51:4640 Minnie the Moocher - Cab Calloway and His Orchestra (1942) 01:55:1141 One Step (intro: The Teasin’ Rag) - Original Dixieland Jazz Band (1917) 01:58:2842 Tiger Rag - Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra (1930) 02:01:0443 Dippermouth Blues - Muggsy Spanier (cn), George Brunies (tb, vc), Rod Cless (cl), Bernie Billings (ts), Joe Bushkin (p), Bob Casey (b), Don Carter (dm) (1939) 02:04:1444 Love Is Just around the Corner - Eddie Condon and His Windy City Seven (1938) 02:06:4145 I’m Confessin’ - Benny Goodman Sextet feat. Charlie Christian (1939) 02:09:4646 Indiana - Chu Berry and His Stompy Stevedores (1937) 02:12:4547 Ain’t Misbehavin’ - Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra (1929) 02:15:3448 The Man I Love - Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra (1939) 02:18:4649 Strange Fruit - Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra (1940) 02:21:5150 Rhapsody in Blue - Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra feat. George Gershwin (1927) 02:25:01
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  • Minh Trịnh
    Minh Trịnh  4 months ago +342

    In my opinion, jazz is best when recorded in low quality like in the 30's

  • Simon Robert
    Simon Robert  6 months ago +357

    Track list from description:
    1. It Don't Mean a Thing - 11 piece band including: Lionel Hampton (vib, voc), Irving Randolph (tp), Chu Berry (ts), Clyde Hart (p), Milt Hinton (b), Cozy Cole (dm) (1939) 00:00 
    2. Bugle Call Rag - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (1936) 03:13 
    3. Sweet Georgia Brown - Earl Hines and His Orchestra (1934) 06:11 
    4. A-Tisket, A-Tasket - Ella Fitzgerald acc. by Chick Webb and His Orchestra (1938) 08:39 
    5. Cocktails for Two - Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra (1938) 11:16 
    6. Sweet Sue, Just You - Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra (voc.: Jack Leonard and His Band) (1938) 14:22 
    7. All the Things You Are - Artie Shaw and His Orchestra (1939) 17:12 
    8. Stairway to the Stars - Ella Fitzgerald and Her Famous Orchestra (1939) 20:25
    9. Somebody Loves Me - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (1936) 23:43 
    10. I’m Coming Virginia - Sidney Bechet (sop), Charlie Shavers (tp), Willie “The Lion” Smith (p), Everett Barksdale (g), Wellman Braud (b), Manzie Johnson (dm) (1941) 26:32 
    11. I’ve Found a New Baby - Bud Freeman and His Summa cum Laude Orchestra (1938) 29:11 
    12. King Porter Stomp - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (1935) 31:52 
    13. China Boy - Bud Freeman and His Summa cum Laude Orchestra (1939) 34:59 
    14. Honeysuckle Rose - Bunny Berigan (tp), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Fats Waller (p), Dick McDonough (g), George Wettling (dm) (1937) 37:36 
    15. High Society - Jelly Roll Morton’s New Orleans Jazzmen (1939) 40:42 
    16. Way Down Yonder in New Orleans - The Kansas City Six feat. Lester Young (1938) 43:29 
    17. Copenhagen - Bud Freeman and His Summa cum Laude Orchestra (1940) 46:26 
    18. Flying Home - Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra (1940) 49:11 
    19. At the Jazz Band Ball - Muggsy Spanier (cn), George Brunies (tb, vc), Rod Cless (cl), Bernie Billings (ts), Joe Bushkin (p), Bob Casey (b), Don Carter (dm) (1939) 52:07 
    20. Fidgety Feet - Bud Freeman and His Summa cum Laude Orchestra (1939) 54:58 
    21. I’m in the Mood for Swing - Lionel Hampton (vib), Harry James (tp), Benny Carter (as, cl, arr), Dave Matthews (as), Babe Russin (ts), Herschel Evans (ts), Billy Kyle (p), John Kirby (b), Jo Jones (dm) (1938) 57:49 
    22. Night and Day - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (1939) 01:00:36 
    23. Baby Won’t You Please Come Home - Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra (1939) 01:03:29 
    24. Tea for Two - Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra (1939) 01:06:46 
    25. Woodchopper’s Ball - Woody Herman and His Orchestra (1939) 01:09:58 
    26. One O’ Clock Jump - Glenn Miller and His Orchestra (1940) 01:13:08 
    27. The Jumpin’ Jive - Cab Calloway and His Orchestra (1939) 01:17:00 
    28. After You’ve Gone - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (1942) 01:19:49 
    29. Lady Be Good - Glenn Miller and His Orchestra (1940) 01:22:19 
    30. At the Darktown Strutters’ Ball - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (1942) 01:24:43 
    31. When You're Smiling - vocal: Irving Mills / solos: Joe Nanton (tb), Freddy Jenkins (tp), Cootie Williams (tp) & Johnny Hodges (as), Freddy Jenkins (tp) (1930) 01:27:07 
    32. When the Saints Go Marchin’ In - Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra (1938) 01:30:13 
    33. I Can’t Give You Anything but Love - Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra (1938) 01:32:56 
    34. Stardust - Artie Shaw and His Orchestra (1940) 01:35:52 
    35. Body and Soul - Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra (1940) 01:39:24 
    36. Moonlight Serenade - Glenn Miller and His Orchestra (1939) 01:42:23 
    37. All of Me - Billie Holiday acc. by Eddie Heywood and His Orchestra (1941) 01:45:49 
    38. I Got It Bad - Ella Fitzgerald and Her Famous Orchestra (1939) 01:48:53 
    39. American Patrol - Glenn Miller and His Orchestra (1942) 01:51:46 
    40. Minnie the Moocher - Cab Calloway and His Orchestra (1942) 01:55:11 
    41. One Step (intro: The Teasin’ Rag) - Original Dixieland Jazz Band (1917) 01:58:28 
    42. Tiger Rag - Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra (1930) 02:01:04 
    43. Dippermouth Blues - Muggsy Spanier (cn), George Brunies (tb, vc), Rod Cless (cl), Bernie Billings (ts), Joe Bushkin (p), Bob Casey (b), Don Carter (dm) (1939) 02:04:14 
    44. Love Is Just around the Corner - Eddie Condon and His Windy City Seven (1938) 02:06:41 
    45. I’m Confessin’ - Benny Goodman Sextet feat. Charlie Christian (1939) 02:09:46 
    46. Indiana - Chu Berry and His Stompy Stevedores (1937) 02:12:45 
    47. Ain’t Misbehavin’ - Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra (1929) 02:15:34 
    48. The Man I Love - Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra (1939) 02:18:46 
    49. Strange Fruit - Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra (1940) 02:21:51 
    50. Rhapsody in Blue - Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra feat. George Gershwin (1927) 02:25:01

  • One For All
    One For All  yesterday +1

    Bioshock led me to this and I have a feeling the Old soul in me is happy

  • LMIG
    LMIG  a years ago +278

    To whomever put in the time to type all the information of the songs like the year and stuff, THANK YOU

  • Jack Manuel Desinor Hernández

    I'm reading the comments, and it's so exciting and lovely to see people thanking you in so many different languages!
    We have so much in common, yet those small differences seem to cause so much unnecessary fuss... such a waste of collective potential.
    Oh well, thank you so much!
    Mèsi ampil!
    Obrigado rapaz!
    Merci beaucoup!
    Muchísimas gracias amigo!

  • alexander matveev
    alexander matveev  a years ago +85

    The humanity is lucky the means of recording were existing at the time the jazz was born, now we can enjoy the authentic playing of the jazzmen of that time. Thanks pal, good choice!

  • Mabel Herzberg
    Mabel Herzberg  9 months ago +9

    Gracias y mil veces gracias ,tan bellas melodías ,,han hecho alegrar mi corazón .

  • Deborah Nickrand
    Deborah Nickrand  1 months ago +3

    I dedicate this collection to TerryllLynn Schasse--- 76 this July 15th---- she sure has widened my vocabulary, my music library, my heart, and my life really!!! God, you sure knocked on out of the park with this genteel lady!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Jocelyne David
    Jocelyne David  a years ago +96

    Magnifique j aime beaucoup merci🎹🎹🎹🎹🎶🎶

  • Vali SV
    Vali SV  2 months ago +4

    Меня больного раком эта музыка лечит. Как же мне хорошо когда я слушаю ЕЁ.

  • Vince Ferenczy
    Vince Ferenczy  2 months ago +2

    This is What i listen to when i’m doing homework, i really advise it.

  • Dave Yoneda
    Dave Yoneda  10 months ago +54

    Everybody at my work came over and complimented this music. Thank you! Good to know who each person is behind the song. I've been pretty restrictive on my jazz. I mainly only listen to Miles Davis, Coltrane, and Armstrong.

  • Music Styck Arnis Kiyta
    Music Styck Arnis Kiyta  a years ago +46

    i love this

  • Iovitza
    Iovitza  3 months ago +25

    A-Tisket, A-Tasket - Ella Fitzgerald who is listening in 2019?

  • Paulo César Moreto Moreto

    Maravilhosa seleção de jazz, muito bom gosto! Parabéns! Congratulations for you! Marvellows songs!

  • alicia zafra
    alicia zafra  9 months ago +13

    The music is awesome thank you!🎷🎵🎺🎤

  • Wesley rosa silva
    Wesley rosa silva  7 days ago +1

    Isn't the song tea for two really look like that Offspring's intermission (1997)?

  • Isaque Clenio
    Isaque Clenio  2 months ago +3

    Nossa mano, muito bom!

  • Kate Harmon
    Kate Harmon  6 months ago +6

    Thank you for all the information on the beautiful music, and i love the selection of songs. It makes me feel so good🙂

  • Big E
    Big E  a years ago +45

    Makes we wanna get into the 57 chevy, pick up a pretty girl and a couple cream sodas before heading to the local soc hop! Great stuff!!!