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Monks Dream - Various - Jazz For A Lazy Day


1998
Label: Trama - T800/088-2,32 Jazz - T800/088-2 • Format: CD Compilation, Stereo • Country: Brazil • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop, Smooth Jazz
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Jazz for a Lazy Day lives up to its name, providing the kind of cool, languid jazz that adds that extra something to a weekend or day off. A mix of standards and ballads by greats like Wallace RoneyDonald Byrdand Hank Jones makes this album a sophisticated soundtrack to complement a little rest and relaxation.

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AllMusic Review by Heather Phares Jazz for a Lazy Day lives up to its name, providing the kind of cool, languid jazz that adds that extra something to a weekend or day off. A mix of standards and ballads by greats like Wallace Roney, Donald Byrd, and Hank Jones makes this album a sophisticated soundtrack to complement a little rest and relaxation.6/