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1. Just The Two Of Us - Grover Washington, Jr.
2. Take Five - Dave Brubeck Quartet
3. Smooth Operator - Sade
4. The Girl From Ipanema - Joao Gilberto, Stan Getz, Antonio Carlos Jobim
5. What A Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong
6. Breezin' - George Benson
7. Green Onions - Booker T and the MG's
8. Shaker Song - Spyro Gyra
9. At Last - Etta James
10. Linus and Lucy - Vince Guaraldi
11. Rise - Herb Alpert
12. God Bless The Child - Billie Holiday
13. Take the 'A' Train - Duke Ellington
14. Heart and Soul - various artists
15. Sun Goddess - Ramsey Lewis and Earth Wind and Fire
16. Watermelon Man - Hebie Hancock
17. Sleepwalk - Santo and Johnny
18. It Had To Be You (Vocal, Instrumental) - Harry Connick, Jr.
19. Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing) - Benny Goodman
20. Frenesi - Artie Shaw
21. Desafinado - Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd
22. East St. Louis Toodle-oo - Duke Ellington (or Steely Dan)
23. Soulful Strut - Young-Holt Limited
24. Sophisticated Lady - Duke Ellington
25. Tea For Two - various
26. Deep Purple - Larry Clinton
27. Tijuana Taxi - Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass
28. Stardust - Artie Shaw (or Glenn Miller)
29. Cherry PInk and Apple Blossom White - Perez Prado
30. Baroque And Blue - Bolling and Rampal
31. I Got Rhythm - Lena Horne (or Red Nichols)
32. Opus One - Tommy Dorsey
33. Memphis Underground - Herbie Mann
34. The Entertainer - Marvin Hamlish (or Scott Joplin)
35. Satin Doll - Count Basie
36. Coeur Vagabond - various
37. Body and Soul - Coleman Hawkins
38. Feels So Good - Chuck Mangione
39. The Good, The Bad and the Ugly - Hugo Montenegro
40. So What - Miles Davis
41. Street Life - the Crusaders
42. Birdland - The Manhattan Transfer
43. 'Round Midnight - Thelonious Monk
44. In The Mood - Glenn Miller
45. Sweet and Lowdown - Harry Archer
46. Rotation - Herb Alpert
47. You Make Me Smile - Dave Koz
48. My Favorite Things - John Coltrane
49. Lisbon Antigua - Nelson Riddle
50. Autumn Leaves - Roger Williams
51. Also Sprach Zarathustra - Deodato
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