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JAZZ MAGAZINE - Les 101 Morceaux Qui Ont Marqué L' Histoire Du Jazz

Here's a list published in June 2007. It is focused on the tracks and is alphabetically ordered. I really like the way it encompasses every style or period in the history of Jazz. They also run a website.

ABSTRACT N°1: Shelly Manne (1954)
AIN'T MISBEHAVIN': Fats Waller And His Rhythm (1943)
ALL ABOUT ROSIE: George Russell & Bill Evans (1957)
ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE: Paul Desmond & Gerry Mulligan (1955)
ASCENSION: John Coltrane (1965)
AUTUMN LEAVES: Cannonball Adderley (1958)
BABY IT'S COLD OUTSIDE: Ray Charles & Betty Carter (1961)
BARNYARD SCUFFEL SHUFFEL: The Art Ensemble Of Chicago (1973)
BAT SARROU: Michel Portal (1979)
BERNIE'S TUNE: Gerry Mulligan (1954)
BESAME MUCHO: Barney Willen (1987)
BIRDLAND: Weather Report (1977)
BLACK AND TAN FANTASY: Duke Ellington & His Orchestra (1927)
BLACK, BROWN AND BEIGE: Duke Ellington & His Orchestra (1943)
BLASE: Archie Shepp (1969)
BLUES IN THIRDS: Sidney Bechet (1940)
BLUES MARCH FOR EUROPE N°1: Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers (1958)
BODY AND SOUL: Coleman Hawkins (1939)
C MINOR COMPLEX: Lennie Tristano (1962)
CARAVAN: Duke Ellington (1945)
CAROLINA SHOUT: James P. Johnson (1921)
CHAMELEON: Herbie Hancock (1973)
CHEROKEE: Don Byas (1946)
CHOO CHOO CH'BOOGIE: Louis Jordan (1946)
COMPLETE COMMUNION: Don Cherry (1965)
CONFERENCE OF THE BIRDS: Dave Holland (1973)
CONTINUUM: Jaco Pastorius (1976)
CUBANO BE CUBANO BOP: Dizzy Gillespie (1947)
DAT DERE: Oscar Brown,Jr (1960)
DE SALDE SINA HEMMAN: Art Farmer (1964)
DIMINUENDO AND CRESCENDO IN BLUE: Duke Ellington (1956)
DJANGO: Modern Jazz Quartet (1959)
DON'T STOP THE CARNIVAL: Sonny Rollins (1987)
DRIVA' MAN/1960/J.B.: Max Roach (1960)
EARLY AUTUMN: Stan Getz (1948)
THE ENTERTAINER: Scott Joplin (1902)
FABLES OF FAUBUS: Charles Mingus (1960)
FIVE RIVERS INTO ONE TEARDROP: William Parker & The Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra (2001)
FLYING HOME: Illinois Jacquet (1942)
FOOTPRINTS: Wayne Shorter (2002)
FREE JAZZ: Ornette Coleman (1960)
GENERIQUE: Miles Davis (1957)
(GET UP I FEEL LIKE A) SEX MACHINE: James Brown (1970)
GHOSTS: Albert Ayler (1964)
GIANT STEPS: John Coltrane (1959)
THE GIRL FROM IPANEMA: Stan Getz (1963)
GOOD BYE PORKPIE HAT: Joni Mitchell (1980)
GOOD BYE PORKPIE HAT: Jeff Beck (1976)
HANDFUL OF KEYS: Fats Waller (1929)
HAT AND BEARD: Eric Dolphy (1964)
I GOT A WOMAN: Ray Charles (1954)
IN A MIST: Bix Beiderbecke (1927)
IN THE MOOD: Glenn Miller & His Orchestra (1939)
IN THE UPPER ROOM: Mahlia Jackson (1949)
INTUITION, DIGRESSION: Lennie Tristano (1949)
ISRAEL: Miles Davis (1949)
THE JOURNEYMAN: Steve Coleman (1992)
KOKO: Charlie Parker (1945)
KOKO: Duke Ellington (1940)
LAURA: Don Byas (1945)
LONELY WOMAN: Ornette Coleman (1959)
LOVER MAN: Charlie Parker (1946)
MACHINE GUN: Peter Brotzmann (1968)
MAIDEN VOYAGE: Herbie Hancock (1965)
MANHATTAN: George Russell (1958)
MISTERIOSO: Thelonious Monk (1948)
MISTY: Erroll Garner (1954)
MONEY JUNGLE: Duke Ellington (1962)
MOTEN SWING: Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra (1932)
MY FAVORITE THINGS: John Coltrane (1960)
A NIGHT IN TUNISIA: Anthony Braxton (1993)
A NIGHT IN TUNISIA: Art Blakey (1957)
NUAGES: Django Reinhardt (1953)
OH,LADY BE GOOD: Lester Young (1939)
LES OIGNONS: Sidney Bechet (1958)
POINCIANA: Ahmad Jamal (1958)
POTATO HEAD BLUES: Louis Armstrong (1927)
REMINISCING IN TEMPO: Duke Ellington & His Orchestra (1935)
'ROUND MIDNIGHT: Thelonious Monk (1947)
SATURN: Sun Ra (1956)
SINGIN' THE BLUES: Frankie Trumbauer & His Orchestra (1927)
SLEEPY TIME GAL: Jimmie Lunceford (1935)
SO WHAT: Miles Davis (1959)
SOMETIMES I'M HAPPY: Lester Young (1943)
SONG FOR CHE: Charlie Haden (1967)
ST.THOMAS: Sonny Rollins (1946)
STOLEN MOMENTS: Oliver Nelson (1961)
STRANGE FRUIT: Billie Holiday (1939)
STRUTTIN' WITH SOME BARBECUE: Louis Armstrong (1927)
SUMMER MUSIC: Willem Breuker Kollektief (1978)
SUMMERTIME: Ran Blake & Jeanne Lee (1961)
SUMMERTIME: Albert Ayler (1963)
SWING TO BOP: Charlie Christian (1941)
II B.S.: Charles Mingus (1963)
TAKE FIVE: Dave Brubeck (1959)
THE TRAIN AND THE RIVER: Jimmy Giuffre (1958)
TRANSBLUCENCY: Duke Ellington (1946)
TUTU: Miles Davis (1986)
WEST END BLUES: Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five (1928)
WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHIN' IN: Louis Armstrong (1938)
YOU DID IT, YOU DID IT: Roland Kirk (1961)

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Re: JAZZ MAGAZINE - Les 101 Morceaux Qui Ont Marqué L' Histoire Du Jazz

Olivier, a late thanks for another list!

Again, could someone please translate the title for me?

Re: JAZZ MAGAZINE - Les 101 Morceaux Qui Ont Marqué L' Histoire Du Jazz

I think it's something along the lines of "The 101 Pieces Marking The History Of Jazz" and babelfish agrees with me. French is only my.. 5th language or so though, so I could be wrong.

Re: JAZZ MAGAZINE - Les 101 Morceaux Qui Ont Marqué L' Histoire Du Jazz

listen to my predecessor... The << 101 Most Influential Jazz Pieces >> that is..