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Popular Jazz Songs: 2021


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All About Jazz tracks how often a featured song is heard, and the following represent the most popular in 2021. If you missed them the first time around, give them a listen now, and enjoy!

Say It Again
From: From Now On
By Leon Brenko

I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
From: Fifth Element
By Fifth Element
Self Produced

Un Poco Loco
From: The Trio Vol. 1
By Dave Bass
Dave Bass Music

From: Shifted
By Sal La Rocca
Igloo Records & El Negocito Records

Up And Down
From: Clinomania
By Yi Yunseon
Self Produced

You Gotta B Fly
From: Tony Adamo And The New York Crew
By Tony Adamo
Urbanzone Records

The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else
From: All By Myself
By Mike Jones
Jonesjazz Records

No Roots
From: Quarantine Covers
By Valentina Marino
Self Produced

From: Samba in Seattle: Live at the Penthouse, 1966-1968
By Bola Sete
Tompkins Square

From: When I Look to Sky
By Patrick Noland
Ears And Eyes Records

Waiting (Lieven Venken)
From: Shifted
By Sal La Rocca
Igloo Records & El Negocito Records

Time Traveler
From: Time Traveler
By Nnenna Freelon
Origin Records

Dolphin Dance
From: The Standards, Vol. 1
By Christopher Burnett
ARC -Artists Recording Collective

Un Cambio de Ritmo
From: Desde Lejos
By Dominican Jazz Project
Summit Records

Blues for McCoy
From: Cleveland Time
By Matthew Alec
Cleveland Time Records

Sabor de Madrugada
From: Sentido
By Ramiro Pinheiro
Fresh Sound Records

From: Path To Light
By Denis Krupin
Self Produced

Been Down This Road Before
From: Been Down This Road Before
By Clifton Anderson

Grace Over Karma
From: Trout Creek Ranch
By Charlie Peacock
Twenty Ten Music

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