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10 Most Downloaded Tracks: 2017

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All About Jazz tracks how often a featured MP3 is downloaded, and the following represent our top ten in 2017. If you missed them the first time around, give them a listen now, and enjoy!

The Hour Has Come (01:51)
Mario Duenas
From: Cosmic Crossword
(Self Produced)
Featured: 2017-04-29

Make It Rain Love My Way (5:17)
Tony Adamo
From: Modern Soul Sauce
Featured: 2017-07-31

Nostalgia Op.1 (05:34)
Giuseppe Millaci
From: Songbook
(Hypnote Records)
Featured: 2017-09-26

The Group of 7 (3:18)
Ilios Steryannis
From: Bethany Project
(Self Produced)
Featured: 2017-09-28

Summer City (05:02)
Teri Parker
From: In The Past
(Self Produced)
Featured: 2017-09-25

Higher Ground (5:36)
Brian Kastan
From: Not So Standard
(Kastan Records)
Featured: 2017-11-02

Balcones (03:39)
Javier García
From: Sudeste
(Pai Records)
Featured: 2017-01-19

Entanglement (5:22)
Quantum Trio
From: Duality: Particles & Waves
(Nei Gong Music)
Featured: 2017-05-08

It Could Be The End (07:14)
Sal La Rocca
From: It Could Be The End
(Igloo Records)
Featured: 2017-05-15

To Gaze Out The Cupola Module (3:39)
Bryan and the Aardvarks
From: Sounds from the Deep Field
(Biophilia Records)
Featured: 2017-10-13

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