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Sennheiser Sunday Jazz Session (#SSJS) – 5th November 2017

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Sennheiser Sunday Jazz Session
5th November 2017

Artist - Track - Album - Year

Sonny Rollins    Alfie's Theme    Sonny Plays Alfie    1966
Joy Ellis    When The Snows Fall    Life On Land    2017
Jack DeJohnette, John Medeski, John Scofield, Larry Grenadier    Woodstock    Hudson    2017
Sean Jones    Eternal Journey    Eternal Journey    2004
Nina Simone    Four Women    Wild Is The Wind    1966
Joe Lovano    A Portrait Of Jenny    From The Soul    1992
The Impossible Gentlemen    Wallenda's Last Stand    The Impossible Gentlemen    2011
Blossom Dearie    The Party's Over    My Gentleman Friend    1959
Don Weller/Bobby Wellins    Our Waltz    Nine Songs    2007
Ingrid & Christine Jensen    Echolalia    Infinitude    2016
Kurt Elling    The Sleepers    Nightmoves    2007
Stanley Turrentine    Pieces Of Dreams    Best of Stanley Turrentine    1990
Oscar Peterson    Nightingale    Three Originals Volume 2    1971
Fred Hersch/Norma Winstone    Stars    Songs And Lullabies    2003
Ralph Moore    Phoebe's Samba    Furthermore    1990
Bill Charlap    A Foggy Day    Plays George Gershwin: The American Soul    2005
Eliane Elias    Speak Low    Dance Of Time    2017
Stan Getz    What The World Needs Now   
What The World Needs Now: Stan Getz Plays Burt Bacharach and Hal David    1968

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