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  1. Kind of Blue by Miles Davis (5.0 Stars · 11 Reviews)
    One of the greatest jazz recordings of all time. Cool
    Recordings: Jazz · 974 Hits · Posted on 12/3/1999 by Inactive Member
  2. Virtuoso by Joe Pass (5.0 Stars · 5 Reviews)
    This is an incredible solo album. It features Joe Pass doing jazz standards completely by himself. He playhs bass and chords, melodies and chords...everything at once. He has 4 hands. Really.
    Recordings: Jazz · 2181 Hits · Posted on 9/27/1999 by Jeremy Cotton (7938)
  3. Awesome jazz recording, check out Freight Trane and Why Was I Born
    Recordings: Jazz · 1069 Hits · Posted on 7/27/1999 by Jeremy Cotton (7938)
  4. Beyond the Missouri Sky by Pat Metheny (5.0 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    Beautiful melodies and chords to inspire you.
    Recordings: Jazz · 2717 Hits · Posted on 5/10/2000 by Robert Newby (284)
  5. Blue Train by John Coltrane (5.0 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    Coltrane's first album as a band leader, 'Blue Train' shows his considerable talents in the bluesy realm of hard bop.
    Recordings: Jazz · 1279 Hits · Posted on 9/10/1999 by Drew Todd (1193)
  6. Headhunters by Herbie Hancock (5.0 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    Classic jazz/funk album from a great player.
    Recordings: Jazz · 996 Hits · Posted on 8/25/2000 by Inactive Member
  7. I liked their playing, they played beautifully, and they didn't have to play a million notes to say what they were trying to say. I loved the melody on "The Birds and The Bees" and their interpretation of "Summertime". The improv tunes were cool.
    Recordings: Jazz · 938 Hits · Posted on 12/16/1999 by Eric Stanbrough (1108)
  8. Reckless Precision by Tuck Andress (5.0 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    Super recording of fingerpicking style...
    Recordings: Jazz · 2320 Hits · Posted on 12/15/1999 by Frederick Burton (5465)
  9. Time Out by Dave Brubeck (5.0 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    The first of Dave Brubeck ear testing swing.
    Recordings: Jazz · 859 Hits · Posted on 12/12/1999 by Frederick Burton (5465)
  10. Tribal Tech by Tribal Tech (5.0 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    The first Tribal Tech record, this has some of the most burning guitar I've ever heard, and was a huge influence on my playing and approach to music in general.
    Recordings: Jazz · 2380 Hits · Posted on 5/22/1999 by Christopher Sung (9641)
  11. 1910-1953 by Django Reinhardt (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Some recordings from the master of jazz manouche guitar.
    Recordings: Jazz · 1114 Hits · Posted on 12/4/2001 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  12. Ballads by John Coltrane (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    This is one of the most beautiful albums I have heard. 'Trane is sublime, and McCoy Tyners' playing is faultless. Magnificently played melodies and solos, with fantatic chord voicings.
    Recordings: Jazz · 1122 Hits · Posted on 3/8/2000 by JASON D.D.R. (43)
  13. Blowing Session by Johnny Griffin (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    With those names what else can I say....
    Recordings: Jazz · 826 Hits · Posted on 12/2/1999 by Frederick Burton (5465)
  14. Consciousness by Pat Martino (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Pat Martino at his best........ along with his Philly posse.
    URL: http://www.patmartino.com
    Recordings: Jazz · 1266 Hits · Posted on 11/24/1999 by Frederick Burton (5465)

  15. El Hombre by Pat Martino (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    In Stereo! The first recording Martino made under his own name. A "must-have" for jazz guitar fans.
    Recordings: Jazz · 891 Hits · Posted on 11/23/1999 by Inactive Member
  16. Getz/Gilberto by Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    The best Bossa Nova album.
    Recordings: Jazz · 681 Hits · Posted on 10/4/2000 by Mike Shimony (88)
  17. Good Dog, Happy Man by Bill Frisell (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Bill Frisell serves up a tasty jazz-influenced album but while keeping true to his whole Americana style that he's been into for the past decade or so.
    URL: http://www.billfrisell.com
    Recordings: Jazz · 1338 Hits · Posted on 7/26/2004 by John Rich (3189)

  18. I Got Rhythm by Reinhardt Django (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Django plays some jazz standards, including I Got Rythm.
    Recordings: Jazz · 642 Hits · Posted on 12/4/2001 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  19. If you were ever put off by Benson's smooth jazz sound then fear not -- this set of 1966 performances will make your jaw drop
    Recordings: Jazz · 1869 Hits · Posted on 11/30/1999 by Inactive Member
  20. John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Otherworldly vocals (thick and smooth like olive oil) backed by monumental musicians
    Recordings: Jazz · 413 Hits · Posted on 11/24/1999 by Inactive Member