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  • La Vie En Rose - Louis Armstrong

    Wall-E Soundtrack. Beautiful Music.

  • Smooth And Sexy - Smooth Jazz For Lovers
    Mukunda M'Tandari

    Published on 30 Nov 2013 Various Artists Track Listings: 01. After Midnight - kim Waters 00:00 02. Lost Without U - Streetwize 05:14 03. Between The Sheets - Marion Meadows 10:28 04. Walk On By - Phil Perry 14:58 05. Love Is All (Feat. Kim Waters) - Chuck Loeb 20:30 06. Ellie's Love Theme - Walter Beasley 25:41 07. Feel Like Making Love - Larry Coryell 29:37 08. Lady In My Life - Maysa 34:54 09. Oceanna - Special EFX 39:42 10. Tenderly - Euge Groove 44:30 11. Blue Ridge Sunset - Fattburger 48:57 12. Touching Peace - Keiko Matsui 53:32

  • Frank Sinatra - Fly Me To The Moon
    Frank Sinatra
  • Steven Universe - Love Like You - Full Edit (COMPLETE - August 2016)
    Jazz & Blues

    The Steven Universe ending themes seem to fit together well as a complete song. Here's a complete edit of all the endings. The final parts were in the episode 'Bubbled'. Here's this song with a complete edit of the credits on YouTube: Lyrics: If I could begin to be Half of what you think of me, I could do about anything, I could even learn how to love. When I see the way you act, Wondering when I'm coming back, I could do about anything, I could even learn how to love like you. Love, like you... I always thought I might be bad, Now I'm sure that it's true 'cause I think you're so good And I'm nothing like you. Look at you go, I just adore you, I wish that I knew What makes you think I'm so special If I could begin to do Something that does right by you, I would do about anything, I would even learn how to love. When I see the way you look. Shaken by how long it took, I could do about anything, I could even learn how to love like you. Love like you... Love me like you.

  • Frosty the Snow Man played by Michael D. Koehler
    Michael D. Koehler

    Free Download! Please take a few mins and listen to one of my original songs called A Winters Dream right here... If you like the Piano Guys, you might like it! Thanks!

  • Come Fly With Me - Frank Sinatra
    Noel Fraser
    Swing Singer
  • Santa Clause Is Coming To Town
    AIM Music School Sydney
    christmas carols

    Lead Singer: Zhaun Woodard Drums: Dave Plenty Upright: Hugh Fraser Keys: Michael Bartolomei Guitar: Sam Mudie Trombone: Ben Gurton Saxophone: Julian Gough Trumpet: Daryl Carthew

  • Billie Holiday - Dream a Little Dream of Me Billy Holiday & Louis Armstrong
  • The Way You Look Tonight - Frank Sinatra
  • Same Old Christmas Carols №03
    Mixed by iwamizu

    Mixed by & / ID's: Anomalie - Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (Anomalie Flip) Yuji Ohno Trio & Friends - Candlelight for Two Eliane Elias - I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm I eat Plants for a living - Alone Together Horace Silver - Peace

  • Norah Jones Don't Know Why
    Isabel Vianna Fotografias
  • Santa Baby (Yep, that "Santa Baby". The one that was never Marilyn Monroe)
    Cynthia Basinet

    Putting the "#sultry, seductive" in "#SANTABABY" since 1997! Never @Marilynmonroe Cynthia's latest single, "All of Me" (@JohnLegend remix) Dance, baby, dance! Cynthia's latest Holiday Tune - "The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)" News: What's behind Cynthia Basinet's sultry "Santa Baby and it's not Marilyn Monroe? Cynthia Basinet attends 84th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade "Santa Baby" Comes To Bravo This November CBS ReAirs NCISLA Holiday Episode feat. "SANTA BABY": New video with tribute to the song's original siren, Eartha Kitt: RECENT INTERVIEW: Interview with Cynthia Basinet - Singer lends her iconic version of Santa Baby to NCIS Los Angeles Holiday Episode! RECENT NEWS: Singer, Actress Cynthia Basinet Voices For Advocacy At The United Nations; Recorded '97 as a personal gift. Launched viral (aka "c. basinet") in '99/00. Soundtrack, "Party Monster" in '03. Now available as a bonus track on the latest release, "The Standard": Oft credited to Marilyn Monroe since 2001 due to illegal file sharing and influencing today's artists. Latest interview: For more: My top Christmas songs, ""Santa Baby" by Marilyn Monroe sound-alike Cynthia Basinet is the best version since the song was introduced by Eartha Kitt almost fifty years ago." Read More: 50 things you probably didn't know about Marilyn Monroe Read more: Michael Buble: Christmas | Redbrick "Bublé's version of Cynthia Basinet's 'Santa Baby'" Read more:

  • Roy Hargrove Tribute Mix
    Jazz & Blues

    Gilles Peterson presents a very special 3-hour mix dedicated to the recently departed trumpeter Roy Hargrove. “Roy Hargrove is one of the greatest, a real pioneer, a real soldier of Jazz. Rest in Peace” – Gilles Peterson A prodigious talent whose star rose in the early 1990s, Roy Hargrove recorded and performed with a whole host of artists including Erykah Badu, Common, D’Angelo, Sonny Rollins, Herbie Hancock, Jackie McLean and Oscar Peterson. Roy Hargrove’s life mission was the to spread the jazz message and succeeded. He departed on 2nd November 2018 at the age of 49, and Gilles Peterson pays a special tribute to the talents of the man with a 3-hour mix exploring the sounds that he brought to the world.

  • Its Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas
    Joe Gransden
    Jazz & Blues

    Trumpeter & Vocalist Joe Gransden along with his 16 Piece Big Band perform your favorite Holidays songs!

  • 17 Gene Autry - Here Comes Santa Claus (1947.1953)
    Ptit Babas

    tracklist: 01 Edison Male Quartette - Sleigh Ride Party JingleBells (1898) 02 Dinah Shore and Buddy Clark - Baby It's Cold Outside (1949) 03 Vaughn Monroe - let it snow (1945) 04 Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Orchestra - Sleigh Ride (1949) 05 Benny Goodman Orchestra - Jingle Bells (1935) 06 Bobby Helms - Jingle Bell Rock (1957) 07 Brenda Lee - Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree (1958) 08 Vince Guaraldi Trio - O Tannenbaum (christmas tree)(1965) 09 Gene Autry - Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1949) 10 Gene Autry - Frosty The Snow Man (1950) 11 Perry Como- Its Beginning To Look Like Christmas (1951) 12 Gene Autry - up on the house top (1953) 13 The Robert Shaw Chorale - Carol Of The Bells (1946) 14 Bing Crosby and Carol Richards - silver bells (1951) 15 concert singer of cary - we wish you a merry christmas 16 Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra - deck the halls 17 Bing Crosby with Andrews Sisters - Mele Kalikimaka (Hawaiin Christmas song) (1950) 18 Gene Autry - Here Comes Santa Claus (1947) 19 Judy Garland - Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (From Meet Me in St. Louis) (1944) 20 Jimmy Boyd - I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus (1952) 21 Bing Crosby - I'll Be Home For Christmas (1943) 22 Richard Himber and his Hotel Ritz-Carlton Orchestra - Winter Wonderland (1934) 23 Bing Crosby - White Christmas (1942) 24 Nat King Cole - The Christmas Song (1961) 25 Harry Reser & Tom Stacks - Santa Claus Is Coming to Town (1934)

  • Fly Me To The Moon (Blue.D Cover)
    Jazz & Blues

    Instagram - blue.d_00

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  • Dream A Little Dream ft. Daniel Caesar
    Shannon Dooks
    Retro Acoustic

    This was recorded almost a year and a half ago and is just a portion of what it could be, a sample if you will, with my brilliantly talented friend Ashton Simmonds with the recording genius of my other friend Jonathan Sloan. Check them both out on soundcloud. Dream A Little Dream of Me - music by Fabian Andre and Wilbur Schwandt and lyrics by Gus Kahn.

  • Danilla JPR - Gloomy Sunday Cover
    Danilla Riyadi

    "Gloomy Sunday" is a song composed by Hungarian pianist and composer Rezső Seress and published in 1933, as "Vége a világnak" ("End of the world"). Lyrics were written by László Jávor, and in his version the song was retitled "Szomorú vasárnap" (Hungarian pronunciation ("Sad Sunday"). The song was first recorded in Hungarian by Pál Kalmár in 1935." "Gloomy Sunday" was first recorded in English by Hal Kemp in 1936, with lyrics by Sam M. Lewis,[2] and was recorded the same year by Paul Robeson, with lyrics by Desmond Carter. It became well known throughout much of the English-speaking world after the release of a version by Billie Holiday in 1941. Lewis's lyrics referred to suicide, and the record label described it as the "Hungarian Suicide Song". There is a recurring urban legend that claims that many people committed suicide with this song playing."