Great compilation of relaxing Bar Jazz Classics.
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01. All of Me (Gerald Marks/Seymor Simons) 00:00
02. The The A-Train (Billy Streyhorn) 04:30
03. Al the Things You Are (Jerome Kern/Oscar Hammerstein) 08:15
04. Satin Doll (Duke Ellington/Billy Strayhorne) 11:49
05. Fly Me to the Moon (Bart Howard) 16:52
06. Autumn Leaves (Jodeph Kosma/Jacqes Prevert) 21:06
07. My Romance (Richard Rogers/Lorenz Hart) 26:20
08. Take Five (Paul Desmonds) 32:05
09. How High the Moon (William Morgan Lewis/Hancy Hamilton) 35:44
10. The More I See You (Harry Warren/Mack Gordon) 39:14
11. Someday My Prince Will Come (Frank Churchill/Larry Morey) 42:58
12. Don't Mean A Thing (Duke Ellington/Irving Mills) 46:38
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the piano is so compelling, makes me want to start singing right out here on the street waiting to cross, taxi's everywhere, a light drizzle, then i spot her on the other side of the lights walking down toward the train station, she glides down the path with grace and style :)
Dark woods surround the decades old and well known jazz bar. The light coming from warm glowing candles on tables illuminates the dim atmosphere. Coats on backs of vintage wooden chairs wrapped in old leather fill the room. A little lean in the chair with a leg crossed sipping on a 23 year old Papis served neat. Ah..the jazz passing through the air and through the opening between your mouth and the glass before taking the first sip..absolute heaven
I once got trapped in an elevator at my Vet's office for three hours with an annoyed cat in a cat carrier in the darkness. Whenever I want to feel that Jazzy sense of dread, I put of these old tunes and it takes me back.
Quietly reading a book in your apartment's balcony, talking with friends, sipping from a cup of freshly poured coffee, watching the city as time carries on, etc. People's imagination on when's the best time to listen to jazz are amazing. I only wished I could have that experience, but having a decent pair of headphone to listen to jazz while studying is sufficient for me for now.
Ahhh reminds me of my first trip to New York City, I don’t want to bore you about everything but I remember the first night it rained so hard my shoes were so wet they were ruined. I thought about let them dry but they were ruined. So the only decent shoe place near by sold the most expensive shoes (for me at the time hahaha) . I still have the shoes and when ever I wear them it makes me think that if it had never had rained,which I was a bit annoyed about at the time , I would of never made one of my favourite memories ever.
Its my birthday and im working on a holiday weekend when i should be spending time with my family. Sacrificing time with my family, mental and physical health. My daughter just turned 4 and i want to be able to provide her with a good home and future and this Job allows me to do that but i am also missing out on seeing her grow up. At what point is the money no longer worth it? How do i find the balance?
> Has a lot of homework due tomorrow
> Opens jazz on new page
> Praises to Jesus himself to finish these papers
> Gets one hour of sleep
> Drives to school and crashes
>Goes to hospital
> Doc says I have 49 minutes and 50 seconds to live
> Plays this playlist
>My face when (My profile picture).
In a shop: - Give me a roll of toilet paper. - What color would you like? - White please, I will color it myself… - Hi, John! I have heard that you died three times already! - Hmm, but you’re no better – you haven’t come to any of my funerals. Could you fax over a copy? No, I can‘t fax because of where I live. Where do you live? The 21st century. Get a life - I’ve heard they’re cheap now on eBay Thanks to Blaine Zernechel.
April fool’s day If there are hopeless fools, then there should also be fools, which give hope.
As experience shows, its easier to fool somebody on a regular day, rather than on April 1st.
Question: can a joke, played on April 1st, become a present for the New Year? Answer: yes, as theres exactly 9 months period.
Valentines Day The best thing of being my own date for Valentines Day is knowing Im guaranteed to score.
Christmas gift Dear Santa, Please do not leave my gift under the Christmas tree. Drive it straight into the garage.
Christmas tree - I left my girlfriend a Christmas gift under the Christmas tree. - Is she happy? -Not yet, still looking for it. The forest is large, lots of trees.
Funny relationship jokes - wonderful wife Single guys often dream of having a wise, beautiful and caring wife. But married guys think about it even more often.
Adult jokes - in a bus Conversation in a bus: - You know, yesterday in a bus your wife told me such a great joke that I almost fell out of the bed.
Profession jokes - executioner An interview with an executioner: - So, how long have you been working in this job? - Well, around 10 years… - And how are you doing there? - Well. no one complained so far.
Daily life jokes - Boy, do you pray before you eat? - No, why should I - my mom is a good cook.
Jokes about dating - magazine The announcement in a magazine: in the next issue we will be writing about to make your boyfriend a little nervous with the help of a marker and a pregnancy test. Daily life situations - in the cafe - Waiter, there’s a bee in my soup! - Yes sir, the fly has a day-off
Profession joke - A priest A priest tells the prayers: - We have one good news and one – bad ones. The good thing is that we have money for the repair of the church. The bad one – the money are still in your pockets.