℗ 2016 Nightingale Music
 

Sexy, Smooth & Seductive: Intimate Jazz Fantasies

Various Artists

Available in 48 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC audio formats
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1.1
Deep Tangier
Nicholas Stirling
3:25
1.2
After Hours
Steve Lucas
3:17
1.3
Funky Lady
Steve Lucas
3:22
1.4
Trickflavour
Michael McGregor
3:03
1.5
Sassy Rock
Andrew Lauzon
3:22
1.6
Smooth Moves
Yohanna Vanderkley
3:38
1.7
Moonlight Cocktails
Andrzej Rejman
2:49
1.8
Dangerous Passion
Dean Landon; Carnie Hall
3:20
1.9
Makin' Moves
Dean Landon; Caron Nightingale
3:32
1.10
Afternoon Sax
Paul Lamoureux
3:04
1.11
Mama Blues
Patrick Brewer; Erick Gilbertson
3:19
1.12
Impulse
Patrick Brewer; Erick Gilbertson
3:13
1.13
Slow Motion
Rob Duncan
2:22
1.14
No Looking Back
Andrzej Rejman
2:32
1.15
Dripping Wet
Brian Rose
3:24
1.16
Bliss
Andrzej Rejman
2:34
Total Playing Time    50:16
Nightingale Music presents a catalogue of steamy and intimate jazz soundtrack pieces - a perfect backing for a candle-lit speakeasy. The release comes from the The Nightingale Music Library.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Nightingale Music Library Studio Masters

Track 4 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm

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