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Jazz Songs for Weddings

Here's the list of really good jazz songs you can play at a wedding. Read on...
Wedessence Staff
The origin of jazz can be stretched back to the early 20th century. More popular among African-American people, this is a mixed musical genre of European classical and American traditional music. Instrumental jazz was based mainly on saxophone. Contemporary jazz was incorporated with American pop, giving rise to many newer versions. Jazz songs perfectly complement wedding ambience. The lyrics and tunes harmonize well in weddings, allowing couples to enjoy the dance form.

Selecting the best from the huge number of songs is quite difficult. Some of the songs composed in the year 1920 are still very famous. They are creations of talented musicians like Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Freddie Hubbard, Sarah Vaughan, etc. Jazz, being loved by people during weddings, owes to the typical dance steps involving rhythmic tapping of feet.
  • Let's Do It (Let's Fall In Love) ~ Louis Armstrong
  • They Can't Take That Away From Me ~ Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong
  • You Do Something To Me ~ Frank Sinatra
  • The Way You Look Tonight ~ Harry Connick, Jr.
  • Time After Time ~Tony Bennett
  • The Way You Look Tonight ~ Frank Sinatra
  • You Stepped Out Of A Dream ~ Sarah Vaughan
  • Your Love Is King ~ Sade
  • All The Way ~ Frank Sinatra
  • Because Of You ~ Tony Bennett
  • Flamenco Sketches ~ Miles Davis
  • Giving You The Best that I've Got ~ Anita Baker
  • I'm In The Mood For Love ~ Ella Fitzgerald
  • Come Rain Or Come Shine ~ Bette Midler
  • My Favorite Things ~ John Coltrane
  • Same Ol' Love ~ Anita Baker
  • L-O-V-E ~ Nat King Cole
  • More ~ Bobby Darin
  • Sweet Thing ~ Van Morrison
  • Summer Wind ~ Frank Sinatra
  • S Wonderful ~ Ella Fitzgerald
  • A Long Drink of the Blues ~ Jackie McLean
  • A Year Ago ~ Kenny G
  • Anonymous Skulls ~ Medeski, Martin & Wood
  • A Remark You Made ~ Weather Report
  • Black Satin ~ Miles Davis
  • Aerial Boundaries ~ Michael Hedges
  • Birdland ~ Weather Report
  • Bemsha Swing ~ Thelonious Monk
  • Chain Gang Blues ~ Ma Rainey
  • Big Chief ~ Professor Longhair
  • Ask the Ages ~ Sonny Sharrock
  • Back Water Blues ~ Bessie Smith
  • Ask the Ages ~ Sonny Sharrock
  • Acknowledgement ~ John Coltrane
  • Blue in Green ~ Miles Davis
  • Count Basie ~ Atomic Basie
  • Downhearted Blues ~ Lovie Austin
  • In the Mood ~ Glen Miller
  • Icarus ~ Winter Consort
  • Just the Two of Us ~ Grover Washington & Bill Withers
  • What a Wonderful World ~ Louis Armstrong
  • Be My Baby ~ The Ronettes
  • Feeling Good ~ Nina Simone
  • Ask the Ages ~ Sonny Sharrock
  • The Inner Mounting Flame ~ Mahavishnu Orchestra
  • How Do You Keep the Music Playing ~ James Ingram & Patti Austin
  • La Vie en Rose (Single) ~ Louis Armstrong
  • Just One of Those Things ~ Jamie Cullum
  • Just the Two of Us ~ Grover Washington & Bill Withers
  • Places and Spaces ~ Donald Byrd
  • Dream a Little Dream of Me ~ Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong
  • Somethin' Else ~ Cannonball Adderly
  • In the Mood ~ Glen Miller
  • Chain Gang Blues ~ Ma Rainey
  • Downhearted Blues ~ Lovie Austin
  • Our Man in Paris ~ Dexter Gordon
  • Out of the Night ~ Brian Melvin Trio
  • West End Blues ~ Louis Armstrong
  • Don't Know Why ~ Norah Jones
  • Bumpin' on Sunset ~ Wes Montgomery
  • Come Fly With Me ~ Frank Sinatra
  • Out of the Cool ~ Gil Evans
  • Aerial Boundaries ~ Michael Hedges
  • Tones for Elvin Jones ~ John McLaughlin
  • Come Away With Me ~ Norah Jones
  • Havana ~ Kenny G
  • Unforgettable ~ Nat King Cole and Natalie Cole
  • Moon Tune ~ Bob James/David Sanborn
  • When you're in Love ~ Horace Silver
Those were some wonderful jazz songs, especially good for weddings. Play the music, fill the air with romance and experience the charm of your wedding ceremony.