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12 Responses to Song List

  1. Eelco Gonet says:

    Dear Sirs,
    I am really excited about buying tracks from you to help me improve my playing. I can play some in between: beginning-intermediate level. What I want to know can all the tracks come in trio form, which would be my preference.
    Great site and help. Thank you. I look forward to your reply.

    Eelco Gonet
    Willemstad Curacao

  2. Paul Gebhard says: can I get more. I love the quality and the list you have, however it seems a bit limited. Do you have any other tunes by Harry Connick, Dianna Krall, George Benson, Al Jarreau, etc. etc.?

  3. alberto calbucci says:

    suono il sax tenore a sono interessato alle basi
    dei standard jazz per poter studiare i vari pezzi.
    Vi ringrazio per la risposta. cordiali saluti.

  4. Trout says:

    I am a fiddle player and not sure which instrument choice would be most useful to me , the vocal track? And can one choose different keys fort the same tune?

    • admin says:

      Your best choice is to use the Horn Players pages, although if you’re just looking for songs (as opposed to more basic blues or turnaround tracks) the Vocalist pages would be fine too. Yes, in most cases, you may purchase songs in a variety of keys.

  5. ed hailwood says:

    This is a fabulous resource for jazz singers. There are a couple of areas to improve 1/ Obvious really more songs 2/ More obvious vocal cues–maybe a lyric sheet would really help. The score is not necessary.
    There are loads of backing trax out there but just piano bass and drums very few. Great site.

    • admin says:

      Ed, Thanks for the comments. Based upon many years of playing and teaching experience, we’ve decided that the best universal option is to create high quality tracks with good arrangements in a variety of singer-friendly keys and a chord chart. Legal restrictions prevent us from publishing melodies and lyrics, both of which are very easy to obtain by listening or purchasing sheet music.

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