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Sennheiser Sunday Jazz Session (#SSJS) – 15th October 2017

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Sennheiser Sunday Jazz Session
15th October 2017

Artist - Track - Album - Year

Wayne Shorter    Footprints    Adam's Apple    1966
Andy Bey    Midnight Blue    Shades Of Bey    1998
Aaron Parks, Ben Street, Billy Hart    Adrift    Find The Way    2017
Manu Katché    Rose    Neighbourhood    2005
Cecile McLorin Salvant    You're My Thrill    Dreams And Daggers    2017
Colin Steele Quartet    The Umbrellas Of Shibuya    Diving For Pearls    2017
Wes Montgomery    Road Song    Road Song    1968
Carmen McRae    Sunday    Dream Of Life    1998
Tom Millar Quartet    Choro    Unnatural Events    2017
Stan Getz    Windows On The World    What The World Needs Now    1968
Christian McBride    The Shade Of The Cedar Tree    Gettin' To It    2017
Dianne Reeves    Skylark    A Little Moonlight    2003
Brad Mehldau    Still Crazy After All These Years    Anything Goes    2004
Keyon Harrold    Bubba Rides Again    The Mugician    2017
Jimmy Smith    The Sermon    Any Number Can Win    1963
James Moody    I Cover The Waterfront    Flute 'n The Blues    1956
Duke Jordan    Si Joya    Flight To Jordan    1960
Neil Yates    Frozen Forest    Five Countries    2011
Chick Corea and Return to Forever    You're Everything    Light As A Feather    1973
Miles Davis All-Stars    Solar    Walkin'    1957

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