For this third episode of take a trip we propose a musical journey through the library music. Designed by shadow composers to illustrate films, reports, television and radio programs, the Library Music is not a genre but a parallel musical world where all the music is represented. For this episode, we wanted to mix with pure library music compositions, some bebop jazz standards, and fusion, relaxing, lyrical and atmospheric that come to fit perfectly into the playlist and give it a depth and thickness that only some jazz legends like Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Chet Baker or Weather Report can transmit. Close your eyes, open your ears, we will cross eras and genres with the only requirement of musical quality during your sensory journey ... Take a trip 3 now, take off immediately in your imagination ... Enjoy !

01.Funk Factory - Rien Ne Va Plus
02.Tennyson - Donny's Hip
03.Billy Cobham - Stratus feat. Bob Mintzer
04.Ryo Kawasaki - Hawaiian Caravan
05.Dave Grusin - Modaji
06.Kool & The Gang - Summer Madness
07.Jiro Inagaki & Soul Media - Breeze
08.John Coltrane - Resolution
09.Gianni Oddi - Dreaming
10.Lalo Schifrin - Midnight Woman
11.Charles Mingus - Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
12.Weather Report - A Remark You Made
13.Lyle Mays - Close to Home
14.Erik Satie - Gymnopédie No.1
15.João Donato & Eumir Deodato - Nightripper
16.Miles Davis - Autumn Leaves
17.Hiroshi Suzuki - Romance
18.Chet Baker - Almost blue
19.Mikio Masuda - Let's Get Together
20.Bill Meyers - Am-Pm
21.Hi-Fi Performance - Night is blue
22.Darkhouse Family - Elements Of Life
23.Ronnie Laws - Stay Still (And Let Me Love You)
24.Caldera - Triste
25.Lala Kovacev - Emina
26.David Axlrod - Wandering Star
27.Boncana Maiga - Petroci
28.Herbie Hancock - Death Wish (Main Theme)
29.Idris Muhammad - Piece Of Mind
30.Commodores - Cebu
31.Bonus

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