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I love jazz music especially the jazz music that was born during the roaring twenties and during The Great Depression. During then is when some of the greatest jazz recordings ever were released. That was the birth of the Jazz Age and the jazz music that was released during the Jazz Age is the jazz music that I have come to love and continue to play over and over again. I figured putting together this extra special playlist of the 100 Best Vintage and Speakeasy Jazz Tracks ever list. This list is quite amazing. Mostly instrumental cuts and once you start playing these songs visions of the roaring twenties pop in your head. It’s quite a nice vision.

One of the reasons I decided to put this 100 Best Vintage And Speakeasy Jazz Songs Ever list is because of great compilations like the White Mink And Black Cotton series of releases that focuses on Speakeasy Jazz and Electro-Swing movements. Those releases are quite amazing and worth noting so the roots of most of the music from Electro Swing are the jazz music from the Jazz Age and the Speakeasy jazz that was huge during that era.

  1. All Of Me by Lester Young, Teddy Wilson Quartet
  2. Confirmation by Charlie Parker
  3. Copenhagen by Artie Shaw
  4. Gertrude’s Bounce by Clifford Brown and Max Roach
  5. I’ve Got To Be A Rug Cutter by Erroll Garner
  6. Just One Of Those Things by Louis Armstrong
  7. Love For Sale by Charlie Parker
  8. Meet The Frog by Ben Webster
  9. Mosaic by Nicholas Payton
  10. Night Train by Oscar Peterson
  11. Three For The Festival by Roland Kirk
  12. Time Of The Barracudas by Gil Evans
  13. Tuxedo Junction by Duke Ellington
  14. An Oscar For Treadwell by Charlie Parker
  15. Rose Room by Artie Shaw
  16. Woody ‘N’ You by Oscar Peterson
  17. A Night In Tunisia by Dizzy Gillespie
  18. El Rancho by Artie Shaw
  19. Bai Bai Blue (Bye Bye Blues) by Tre Italiani In America
  20. It Had To Be You by Artie Shaw
  21. Jessica’s Day by Count Basie Orchestra
  22. Love Me Or Leave Me by Lester Young and Teddy Wilson Quartet
  23. Out Of Nowhere by Tal Farlow
  24. Passion FLower by Rosemary Clooney and Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
  25. Rifftide by Coleman Hawkins
  26. Segment by Charlie Parker
  27. Shiny Stockings by Count Basie
  28. Tour De Force by Dizzy Gillespie
  29. Younger Than Springtime by Oscar Peterson
  30. Doctor Jazz by Jelly Roll Morton
  31. I Remember You by Charlie Parker
  32. My Heart Stood Still by Artie Shaw
  33. Strike Up The Band by Oscar Peterson
  34. Trumpet Blues by Dizzy Gillespie
  35. West Coast Blues by Oscar Peterson
  36. Woodchopper’s Ball by Duke Ellington
  37. Diminuendo In Blue And Blow By Blow by Duke Ellington
  38. Funkallero by Bill Evans
  39. It Don’t Mean a Thing by Rosemary Clooney and Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
  40. St. Louis Blues by Artie Shaw
  41. 7-11 Jump by Erroll Garner
  42. Easy Does It by Sonny Stitt
  43. Egad, Martha by Maynard Ferguson
  44. Hanid by Coleman Hawkins
  45. Naiomi’s Blues by Count Basie Orchestra
  46. St. Louis Blues by Duke Ellington
  47. What’s New by Artie Shaw
  48. When It’s Sleepy Time Down South by Duke Ellington
  49. Jersey Bounce by Benny Goodman
  50. Lorinesque by Tal Farlow
  51. O.P. by Oscar Peterson
  52. One O’clock Jump by Duke Ellington
  53. Stompin’ At The Savoy by Clifford Brown and Max Roach
  54. Stompy Jones by Duke Ellington
  55. The Dipsy Doodle by Tommy Dorsey
  56. The Yam by Artie Shaw
  57. Blues Etude by Oscar Peterson
  58. Bye Bye Blackbird by Ben Webster
  59. I Cried for You by Artie Shaw
  60. I Only Have Eyes For You by Coleman Hawkins
  61. I’m Checking Out, Goombye by Rosemary Clooney and Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
  62. Impressions by Wes Montgomery
  63. Total Jazz by Duke Ellington
  64. You Got Me by Artie Shaw
  65. Blues For Alice by Charlie Parker
  66. Blues On Mack Avenue by Count Basie Orchestra
  67. D & E by Oscar Peterson
  68. Harlem Swing by Gus & Gus
  69. Joy Spring by Clifford Brown, Max Roach
  70. Perdido by Duke Ellington
  71. Pork Pie by Maynard Ferguson
  72. Rhapsody In Blue by Duke Ellington
  73. Rockin’ the State by Artie Shaw
  74. Somebody Loves Me by Benny Goodman
  75. Star Eyes by Charlie Parker
  76. That’s a Plenty by Benny Goodman
  77. The Life I Lead by Duke Ellington
  78. What Is This Thing Called Love? by Charlie Parker
  79. ‘S Wonderful by Coleman Hawkins
  80. Diga Diga Doo by The Mills Brother with Duke Ellington & his Orchestra
  81. Don’t Get Around Much Anymore by Duke Ellington
  82. Harvest Moon by Artie Shaw
  83. Maria by Oscar Peterson
  84. You Go To My Head by Clifford Brown and Max Roach
  85. G’won Train by Jimmy Smith
  86. Jungle Drums by Artie Shaw
  87. Rockin’ In Rhythm by Duke Ellington
  88. The Pearls by Jelly Roll Morton
  89. Brotherhood Of Man by Oscar Peterson
  90. Georgia Swing Jelly Roll Morton
  91. Honey Dripper by Oscar Peterson
  92. Just Friends by Charlie Parker
  93. Lover Come Back to Me by Artie Shaw
  94. Summertime by Chet Baker
  95. When I Get Low, I Get High by Chick Webb with Ella Fitzgerald
  96. Dancing on the Ceiling by Artie Shaw
  97. I Never Knew by Lester Young
  98. I Wished On The Moon by Coleman Hawkins
  99. She Rote by Charlie Parker
  100. April In Paris by Count Basie
  101. Too Marvellous for Words by Artie Shaw
  102. Midgets by Count Basie & His Orchestra
  103. Rough Ridin’ by Artie Shaw
  104. Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me by Sonny Stitt
  105. Blowin’ In The Wind by Duke Ellington

So go ahead and get into the jazz groove by checking out this excellent 100 Best Vintage And Speakeasy Jazz Songs Songs!!! list. They will surely put you into the swing of things! Have a fun roaring 20s themed party and play these tunes to have your guests enjoy and have a great old time!

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