181 FM Vocal Jazz

Jazz

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Human voice is the most perfect and expressive musical instrument. Listen to vocal jazz online.

Nat King Cole, Judy Garland, Dinah Washington, Dean Martin, Fletcher Henderson, Frank Sinatra, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday, Mel Torme, Coleman Hawkins, Louis Armstrong, Charlie Parker, Bobby Darin, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Glenn Miller, Dizzy Gillespie, Dave Brubeck and other stars of jazz.

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Genres: Jazz, 50s, 40s, 30s, Artists, Home Radio

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Easy, Breezy and Calm. Smooth jazz performed by professionals in their field: Lee Ritenour, Herbie Hancock, Lalah Hathaway, Larry Carlton, Boney James, Craig Chakuiko and Bobby Caldwell.

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181 FM Acid Jazz

Originating in 1987, acid jazz was formed on the basis of funk, with the addition of classical jazz tracks, hip-hop and soul.

Genres: Jazz, Smooth Jazz

Jazz Manouche

Jazz Manouche or Gypsy Swing is jazz music, where traditional gypsy musical instruments (acoustic guitar and violin) are in the lead. The rhythm guitar replaces the drums by percussive technique, called "la pompe".

Genres: Jazz, Folk

Ethno Jazz

Jazz that absorbed Brazilian, African, Middle Eastern, Balkan, Cuban, Indian folk and traditional music elements.

Genres: Jazz, Folk

Bass Jazz

It's all 'bout that bass. Tracks without a bass line are not accepted.

Genres: Jazz, Funk

181 FM Trance Jazz

Stylish jazz music

Genres: Jazz, Elevator Music, Home Radio, Ambient, Easy Listening

Dixieland

The "standard" Dixieland Jazz band consists of the "brass section" (trumpet, trombone, and clarinet), a "rhythm section" (drums, guitar or banjo, and double bass), and piano.

Genres: Jazz

Avant-garde jazz

Avant-garde jazz requires a high performing skill of the musician. Pioneers of the genre are John Coltrane, Cecil Taylor, Jimmy Giuffre, Ornette Coleman, Lennie Tristano.

Genres: Jazz

Bebop

Developed in the 1940s this style of jazz has a lot of improvisation in it and characterized by complex chord progressions.

Genres: Jazz, 40s