VA – The Jazz In You ~ Mod From The Jazz Side (2016)

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Title: The Jazz In You ~ Mod From The Jazz Side
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Not Now Music
Genre: Jazz, Pop, Oldies
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:55:10
Total Size: 268 MB
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Tracklist:

01 Gloria Lynne - The Jazz in You 02:18
02 Modern Jazz Quartet - Bag's Groove 05:42
03 Peggy Lee - I'm a Woman 02:05
04 Hank Levine - Image, Pt. 2 02:02
05 Mose Allison - Young Man Blues 01:28
06 Nelson Riddle - Theme from Route 66 02:07
07 Sonny Jackson - My Babe 02:30
08 Nat Adderley - The Work Song 04:10
09 Lou Rawls - (They Call It) Stormy Monday 03:42
10 Baby Face Willette - Swingin' at Sugar Ray's 06:34
11 King Curtis - Take the Last Train Home 01:54
12 Ramsey Lewis Trio - Little Liza Jane 03:07
13 Albert King - Let's Have a Natural Ball 02:53
14 Hank Crawford - The Peeper 03:05
15 Eskew Reeder - Green Door 02:46
16 Booker T. - Jelly Bread 02:21
17 Nancy Wilson - Never Will I Marry 02:19
18 Memphis Slim - Steppin' Out 02:02
19 Frances Faye - Night and Day 02:11
20 Sam Lazar - Space Flight 02:35
21 John Barry - Beat for Beatniks 02:06
22 Larry Young - Groove Street 04:53
23 Oscar Brown Jr. - Hazels Hips 03:06
24 Slim Harpo - Im a King Bee 02:56
25 Jimmy Smith - Bashin' 06:06
26 Mose Allison - Your Mind Is on Vacation 02:34
27 Bill Doggett - Hold It 02:29
28 Ken Nordine - My Baby 02:34
29 Ramsey Lewis - Decisions 02:01
30 Ray Charles - Hide nor Hair 03:06
31 Earl Bostic - Sleep 03:10
32 Nina Simone - Work Song 02:33
33 Cal Tjader - Mamblues 02:22
34 Julie London - Black Coffee 02:59
35 Lenny Dee - Plantation Boogie 03:00
36 Bobby Scott - Moanin' 02:01
37 Willie Mitchell - Willie's House Party 02:18
38 Little Walter - It Ain't Right 02:54
39 Ray Bryant - Little Susie, Pt. 4 01:58
40 Jimmy Witherspoon - Hey, Mrs. Jones 02:16

This set encompasses the years between 1954 and 1962, a time when such great singers as Ray Charles and Peggy Lee blurred the lines between musical genres, making hit records that resonated around the world. Pre-dating the Mod culture, it was an era when cool jazz matched youthful aspiration.