A Look at the Sound of RCA Jazz ()

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  1. Style Is Coming Back in Style
  2. Afternoon in Paris
  3. Great Grandmother's Song
  4. Nasté
  5. Do You Feel What I'm Feeling?
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  1. Style Is Coming Back in Style
  2. Afternoon in Paris
  3. Great Grandmother's Song
  4. Nasté
  5. Do You Feel What I'm Feeling?
  6. The Bare Necessities
  7. Dreamin'
  8. Caravan
  9. Don't Explain
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In the '90s, RCA's jazz department had its hands in different pieces of the jazz pie -- everything from new hard bop and post-bop recordings to new NAC/smooth jazz releases to reissues of big-band swing hits of the '30s and '40s. So when RCA assembled this jazz-oriented compilation in 1995, there was a lot to choose from. By 1995, RCA had been recording jazz for 78 years; in 1917, RCA Victor released the first official jazz single when it put out the Original Dixieland Jazz Band's recording of "Livery Stable Blues." ...

A Look at the Sound of RCA Jazz 1995, RCA

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