The Best Jazz Music to Cozy Up to This Fall

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Looking for the perfect jazz music to cozy up to this fall? Look no further! We’ve got a roundup of the best tunes to help you relax and enjoy the cooler weather.

Best Jazz Albums of Fall 2020

As the leaves begin to change and the weather gets cooler, it’s the perfect time to cozy up with some great jazz music. Here are some of the best jazz albums of Fall 2020:

-John Coltrane, “Blue World”
-Miles Davis, “Rubberband”
-Wayne Shorter, “Emanon”
-Herbie Hancock, “Flood”
-McCoy Tyner, “Passion Dance”
– Chick Corea, “Antidote”
– Keith Jarrett, “La Fenêtre”
– Brad Mehldau, “Finding Gabriel”
– Joshua Redman, “RoundAgain”

Best Jazz Songs of Fall 2020

As the weather gets cooler and the days get shorter, we tend to turn inward and seek comfort. What better way to warm up your autumn evenings than with some cozy jazz music? Here are our picks for the best jazz songs of Fall 2020.

“Autumn Leaves” by Erroll Garner
This classic ballad has been covered by many artists, but we love Erroll Garner’s original version. His tender piano playing is the perfect backdrop for a chilly night in.

“Night in Tunisia” by Dizzy Gillespie
Dizzy Gillespie’s bebop classic is the perfect song to get you moving on a cool Fall evening. The driving rhythm and vibrant horns will keep you warm all night long.

“Take Five” by Dave Brubeck
This iconic jazz standard is perfect for a cozy night at home. Dave Brubeck’s piano playing is simple and beautiful, and the song’s 5/4 time signature gives it a unique and irresistible groove.

“All Blues” by Miles Davis
Miles Davis’ legendary composition is the perfect soundtrack for a evening of introspection. Thelonious Monk once said that this song “has all the changes in it.” We couldn’t agree more.

Best Jazz Artists of Fall 2020

As the weather gets colder and the days get shorter, people often find themselves craving cozy, comforting experiences. And there’s nothing more cozy than snuggling up with a good book and a cup of tea—except maybe listening to some jazz.

Jazz is the perfect music for autumn, with its mellow melodies and laid-back rhythms. And luckily, there are plenty of great jazz albums scheduled for release this fall. Here are some of the best ones to look out for.

Natalie Cole – “Natalie Cole en Español” (Sept. 25)

This album marks Natalie Cole’s return to Spanish-language music, nearly 50 years after she recorded her classic debut album “Natalie Cole en Español.” This time around, she tackles a mix of standards and modern pop tunes, including a beautiful rendition of Luis Fonsi’s “Despacito.”

Chick Corea – “The Spanish Heart Band” (Oct. 16)

Chick Corea is one of the most influential jazz pianists of all time, and he’s teaming up with some of Spain’s finest musicians for this new album. Together, they explore the intersection of flamenco and jazz, resulting in an exciting and exotic sound.

Eddie Palmieri – “Sabiduria” (Nov. 20)

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