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Joyce Cooling GroupJazz guitarist Joyce Cooling and her group are from the Bay Area - I know their music from my favorite radio station. Their first CD release "Playing It Cool" is a real masterpiece in modern, urban Jazz music with a Brazilian touch. Listen to the audio demos available on their homepage.

Steely Dan HomepageSteely Dan is the band of Donald Fagen and Walter Becker. They have been recording since 1972, and they have produced 16 albums by now, included their latest release "Two Against Nature". Their music is an excellent mixture of Pop, Blues and Cool Jazz. Even if their stage skill isn't that sensational - I saw them live in London on September 9th, 1996 - their albums contain perfectly produced music.


Chuck Loeb HomepageChuck Loeb is a Jazz musician from New York City. He has just released a new brillant  album, "Listen". It contains some real cool blues tracks, arranged and played and in a very fresh and modern kind. If you like the melodic kind of Jazz, listen to the Real Audio titbits on his homepage.


Fattburger HomepageFattburger, a Smooth Jazz Band from San Diego. Those who know me will confirm, I'm getting totally weak sometimes when listening  particularly to easy funky instrumental West Coast arrangements like their tracks are. Their new album "FATTBURGER.COM" is my recommendation to those who share this musical feeling. Enjoy the demos on their pages.



My Favorite Radio Station

Jam FM Listen to the very best of the Smooth Jazz genre on 1.FM! Artists like Brian Simpson, Philippe Saisse, Nick Colionne, Paul Brown, Bob James, Dave Koz, Lee Ritenour, Spyro Gyra and many many others present their old and new recordings here.

Tune in here directly via Windows Media Player!

Internet Portal for Smooth Jazz and Contemporary Jazz

www.smooth-jazz.deLots of information about the Smooth Jazz genre and its artists. You can find biographies and information about new record releases. Included is a forum for discussions.

last revision: 2009/11/21