Contemporary Jazz Selection

Here is a selection of the Contemporary Jazz favorites of SomehowJazz. You’ll find here albums, tunes, and live videos from the genre. Just click on the titles for more information. Just enjoy.

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Patches Stewart “Tell Me A Bedtime Story”

Tell Me A Bedtime Story by Michael Patches Stewart from the album "BLOW" released in 2005 by Entertainment One Music...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL : Patches Stewart - Trumpet, Flugelhorn | Jim Walker - Flute | Steve Baxter - Trombone | Roger Byam - Tenor Saxophone |...

Steps Ahead “Radio-Active”

Radio-Active by Steps Ahead from the album "MODERN TIMES" released in 1984 by Elektra Musician label...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Michael Brecker - Tenor Saxophone | Mike Mainieri - Vibraphone, Marimba, Synthesizer | Peter Erskine - Drums, Percussion, DMX Drums |...

Dizzy Gillespie “Birk’s Works”

Birk's Works by Dizzy Gillespie from the album "NEW FACES" released in 1985 by GRP Records...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Dizzy Gillespie - Trumpet | Branford Marsalis - Tenor Saxophone | Kenny Kirkland - Piano | Lonnie Plaxico - Bass | Robert Ameen - Drums | Steve...

Chick Corea “Glebe St. Blues”

Glebe St. Blues by Chick Corea, from the album “SECRET AGENT” released in 1978 by Polydor Records. MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Bunny Brunel - Bass | Tom Brechtlein - Drums | Chick Corea - Keyboards | Joe Farrell - Saxophone | Al Vizzutti - Trumpet | Paula Hochhalter -...

Paquito D’Rivera “Gdansk”

Gdansk by Paquito D'Rivera from the album "WHY NOT" released in 1984 by Columbia Records... MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Paquito D'Rivera - Alto Saxophone | Dave Weckl - Drums | Michel Camilo - Piano, Keyboards | Claudio Roditi - Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Trombone | Sammy...


As the name suggests, SomehowJazz offers to our listeners an assortment of most jazz genres. We also share our favorites in the blog categories shown below. Categories are Jazz Funk, Jazz Fusion, Soul Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Jazz Rock, Smooth Jazz and Latin Jazz.


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