Jazz Appreciation Month (JAM) is held every April in the U.S., to honor jazz as an early American art form. It was created by John Edward Hasse, PhD, curator of the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.
Only the very finest Jazz of all time
Top 50 Jazz Albums of All Time
Every track from the landmark LPs of Jazz history
25 Greatest Jazz Standards
Lots of versions of 25 tunes in every musician's repertoire
Jazz for Concentration
Work along to Jazz conducive to clear thinking
Super-Mellow Instrumental Jazz
A soothing way to unwind from your day
Beautiful, sophisticated, and relaxing Jazz
Cocktail Jazz Trio
Great Jazz trios playing tasteful arrangements of time-tested standards
1920s & '30s Jazz
Swing, ragtime, and jazz from the Jazz Age!
Swing was king, but dethroned by the unstoppable force of bebop
The golden age of bebop, hard bop, and cool jazz
Post-bop, free jazz, and early fusion
When fusion was king, and the birth of the modern giants
Fusion and neo-bop, with Pat Metheny, Wynton Marsalis, and more
Exciting new voices and elder statesmen in their later years
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