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The Jazz In You (Mod From The Jazz Side)

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Tracklist

1-1.   Gloria Lynne - The Jazz In You - 
1-2.   The Modern Jazz Quartet - Bag’s Groove - 
1-3.   Peggy Lee - I’m A Woman - 
1-4.   Hank Levine - Image (Part 2) - 
1-5.   Mose Allison - Young Man Blues - 
1-6.   Nelson Riddle Orchestra* - Theme From Route 66 - 
1-7.   Sonny Jackson - My Babe - 
1-8.   Nat Adderley - The Work Song - 
1-9.   Lou Rawls With Les McCann - (They Call It) Stormy Monday - 
1-10.   'Baby Face' Willette - Swingin’ At Sugar Ray's - 
1-11.   King Curtis & The Shirelles - Take The Last Train Home - 
1-12.   The Ramsey Lewis Trio - Little Liza Jane - 
1-13.   Albert King - Let’s Have A Natural Ball - 
1-14.   Hank Crawford - The Peeper - 
1-15.   Eskew Reeder - Green Door - 
1-16.   Booker T & The MG's - Jelly Bread - 
1-17.   Nancy Wilson With Cannonball Adderley - Never Will I Marry - 
1-18.   Memphis Slim - Steppin' Out - 
1-19.   Frances Faye - Night And Day - 
1-20.   Sam Lazar With Grant Green - Space Flight - 

2-1.   John Barry - Beat For Beatniks - 
2-2.   Larry Young - Groove Street - 
2-3.   Oscar Brown Jr. - Hazel’s Hips - 
2-4.   Slim Harpo - I’m A King Bee - 
2-5.   Jimmy Smith - Bashin' - 
2-6.   Mose Allison - Your Mind Is On Vacation - 
2-7.   Bill Doggett - Hold It - 
2-8.   Ken Nordine And The Fred Katz Group - My Baby - 
2-9.   Ramsey Lewis - Decisions - 
2-10.   Ray Charles - Hide Nor Hair - 
2-11.   Earl Bostic - Sleep - 
2-12.   Nina Simone - Work Song - 
2-13.   Cal Tjader - Mamblues - 
2-14.   Julie London - Black Coffee - 
2-15.   Lenny Dee (2) - Plantation Boogie - 
2-16.   Bobby Scott - Moanin' - 
2-17.   Willie Mitchell - Willie’s House Party - 
2-18.   Little Walter - It Ain’t Right - 
2-19.   Ray Bryant - Little Susie (Part 4) - 
2-20.   Jimmy Witherspoon - hey Mrs. Jones



This set encompasses the years between 1954 and 1962, a time when such great singers as Ray Charles and Peggy Lee blurred the lines between musical genres, making hit records that resonated around the world. Pre-dating the Mod culture, it was an era when cool jazz matched youthful aspiration.