Jazz Amnesty



Lace up your dancing shoes!

This mix of dancefloor jazz bumpers from the Jazz Amnesty Sound System is what you can use to help better prepare yourself for an upcoming get down and groovin’ set from the aforementioned sound system.

Use these tracks to help perfect your dance moves or while you’re primpin’ before the next J.A.S.S. set you are planning to attend. Only good times contained within so approach with wild abandon.


Tribe – Beneficent (Tribe Records / Universal Sound, 1974/1996)
Skeletons – Marathon Man (Impossible Ark Records, 2010)
Greenwood Rhythm Coalition – Rise Up (Names You Can Trust, 2012)
Middlewood Sessions – Red Waters (Wah Wah 45s, 2008)by
Michael Longo – Magic Number (Groove Merchant, 1974)
Ahmad Jamal – Illusions Optica (ABC / Impulse!, 1968/1973)
Candido – Money Man (Blue Note, 1970)
Sun Ra vs. June Tyson vs. Tribe – Beneficent (Nostalgia 77 Mix) (Rebutz, 2005)
Deodato – Funk Yourself (MCA, 1975)
Rolf Kuhn – Miss Maggie (MPS Records / BASF, 1975)
Charlie Rouse – Hopscotch (Strata-East, 1974)
Billy Martin – Egg Roll (Trans-World, 1970)
Herbie Mann – Muscle Shoals Nitty Gritty (Embryo Records, 1970)
Christian Gaubert – Sweet Maryline (RCA Victor, 1979)


Jazz Amnesty

Jazz Amnesty

The Jazz Amnesty Sound System (a.k.a. J.A.S.S.) are a couple of deep jazz heads from Montreal named Andy Williams & sweet daddy luv.