It's Warm Outside

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As we continue to structure our playlists around a theme, to look at the different lenses through which various musicians bring their experiences about it, in this edition we feature songs about warmth, something that is no longer in short supply as the summer approaches, or global warming increases.


  • Haz Solo "Global Warming" from Sonic Boom Vol 2 (Self-Released) 02:35
  • J-Mood "I've Got My Love to keep Me Warm" from A Midnight Clear (Blue Canoe Records) 04:15
  • John Dokes "She Warm, She Willing , She Wonderful" from Forever Reasons (Rondette Jazz) 08:04
  • Kenny Barron, Dave Holland Trio "Warm Valley" from Without Deception (Dare2 Records) 12:24
  • Krysztof Komeda "Sleep Safe and Warm" from Piano Explorations (Complete Edition: Vol. 1 -8) (Silknote Records) 19.51
  • Kylie Auldist "Warming Up the Sun" from Family Tree (Freestyle Records) 22:40
  • Mugwisa International Xylophone Group "Iganga Warming" from Iganga Embaire (On The Corner Records) 26:23
  • Paul Hardcastle "Warm Glow" from Hardcastle 2 Limited (Hardcastle Music) 28:29
  • Warmth "Praise Poems" from Praise Poems (Tramp Records) 32:39
  • The Michael Treni Big Band "Let It Snow / Love to Keep Me Warm (Warm Medley)" from You Better Watch Out (Bell Production Company) 38:21
  • Wojtek Mazolewski Quintet "Sleep Safe and Warm" from When Angels Fall (Whirlwind Records) 42:28
  • Yelena Eckemoff Quintet "Pine Needles Warmed by the Sun" from Blooming Tall Phlox (L & H Production) 46:49
  • 2 Good 2 Go "Warm Nights" from Quiet Storm (Self-Released) 55:27
  • Dave Koz "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm" from The 25th of December (Concord Records) 59:26

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