Most Popular Jazz CDs Right Now

Updated 10/29/2014
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1.

The jazzmasters VII.

Hardcastle, Paul.

2.

East-West.

Butterfield Blues Band.

3.

--and his mother called him Bill.

Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974, Performer.

4.

Spectrum.

Cobham, Billy, Performer.

6.

At the Cotton Club.

Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974.

7.

Steppin' out.

Alpert, Herb.

8.

House of groove.

Euge Groove (Musician).

9.

Smokin' at the Half Note.

Montgomery, Wes, 1925-1968, Performer.

10.

Caravan.

Blakey, Art, 1919-1990.

11.

Duke Ellington meets Count Basie.

Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974.

12.

Come on up.

Culbertson, Brian.

13.

Live at the Summit Club.

Taylor, Johnnie.

14.

Homecoming live at the Village Vanguard.

Gordon, Dexter, 1923-1990.

15.

Viva duets.

Bennett, Tony, 1926-

16.

The shape of jazz to come.

Coleman, Ornette.

18.

Miles at The Fillmore. Disc 1 Miles Davis 1970.

Davis, Miles, Instrumentalist.

20.

Quartette humaine.

James, Bob, 1939-

21.

Echoes of Indiana Avenue.

Montgomery, Wes, 1925-1968.

22.

The Rhinebeck sessions.

Spyro Gyra (Musical group).

23.

Lady Day. Disc 1 the master takes and singles.

Holiday, Billie, 1915-1959.

24.

Quiet nights.

Krall, Diana.

25.

Soul for your blues.

Bey, Frank (Musician).

26.

But beautiful.

Scaggs, Boz, 1944-

27.

It just happens that way.

Abair, Mindi.

28.

Kin (<-->).

Pat Metheny Unity Group.

31.

Tijuana moods.

Mingus, Charles, 1922-1979.

32.

Never no lament the Blanton-Webster Band.

Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974.

33.

Down the wire.

Spyro Gyra (Musical group).

34.

Earthglow.

Benoit, David.

35.

MMTC Monk, Miles, Trane & Cannon.

Hubbard, Freddie.

38.

The definitive collection.

Simone, Nina, 1933-2003.

39.

None but the lonely heart.

Haden, Charlie.

40.

Mood indigo the best of Duke Ellington.

Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974.

41.

Another long night out.

Culbertson, Brian, composer, instrumentalist.

42.

Bohemia after dark.

Clarke, Kenny, 1914-

43.

Good news.

Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters (Musical group).

44.

The lost 1974 sessions.

Appleyard, Peter, 1928-

45.

Live in NYC.

Parlato, Gretchen.

46.

Jazz, funk, soul.

Loeb, Chuck.

47.

Why?

Baker, Ginger, composer, performer.

50.

The Boston record.

McLaughlin, John, 1942- composer, instrumentalist.