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Jazz, Standards, Big Band, and Swing
MIDI Files M - N
Song Title Size Performer Sequencer
MacArthur Park 20kb
4:41mpt
Played by Bob Mace
Jazz, EZ Listening, Vocal, Pop/Rock
Bob Mace
Midkar Member
MacArthur Park 17kb
2:43mpt
Arr. of Chet Atkins & Jerry Reed
Country/Pop, Easy Listening, Instrumentals, Jazz
Juan A. Teruel
MacArthur Park 99kb
7:23mpt
Karaoke
Richard Harris
Jazz, EZ Listening, Vocal, Pop/Rock
Don Carroll
Magic Lady 50kb
3:57mpt
Jeff Lorber
Crossover Jazz, Jazz-Pop, Smooth Jazz, Pop/Jazz Fusion
Bob Lasnek "Ramabob"
The Maharajah Of Magador
Version 1
  Added 12/04/2016
32kb
3:44mpt
Karaoke
Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra (1948)
W&M By Lewis Harris and John Jacob Loeb
40's, Jazz, Comedy Songs
Bunty Pritchard Jones
©2003
The Maharajah Of Magador
Version 2
  Added 12/04/2016
76kb
3:18mpt
Karaoke
Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra (1948)
W&M By Lewis Harris and John Jacob Loeb
40's, Jazz, Comedy Songs
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
Maiden Voyage 64kb
3:30mpt
Herbie Hancock
60's, Modal Jazz, Hard bop
Bennie Gunn
Make Someone Happy 27kb
2:34mpt
Lyrics: Betty Comden & Adolph Green, Music: Jule Styne
Performers Include: Tony Bennett, June Christy, Bobby Darin, Sammy Davis Jr., & Others
Jazz, Standard, Vocal, Stage & Screen
Redsal
Mambo House 142kb
3:19mpt
Original or Black Caribe (?)
Jazz, Original, Latin, World, Electronic
Dave Zobel
1997
Mambo No. 5 70kb
3:32mpt
Lou Bega
Jazz, Latin Jazz
Kim Winther
Manhattan
aka 'I'll Take Manhattan'
30kb
3:55mpt
Ella Fitzgerald
Jazz & Jazz Standards
Mel Webb
Manteca
    Added 02/05/15
70kb
5:21mpt
Dizzy Gillespie
"Manteca" is one of the earliest foundational tunes of Afro-Cuban jazz.
Co-written by Dizzy Gillespie, Chano Pozo and Gil Fuller in 1947, it is among the most famous of
Gillespie's recordings (along with the earlier "A Night in Tunisia") and is "one of the most important
records ever made in the United States", according to Gary Giddins of the Village Voice.
"Manteca" is the first tune rhythmically based on the clave to become a jazz standard.

Jazz, Pop
Doug McKenzie
Maputo 37kb
6:34mpt
David Sanborn, Bob James
Jazz, Crossover, Experimental, Prog. Rock
Devian Zikri
Maracangalha 33kb
2:17mpt
Dorival Caymmi
Jazz, Latin Jazz, EZ Listening
Serban Nichifor
Midkar Member
Martians In Love
    Added 02/05/15
27kb
2:17mpt
John Campell
John Campbell is an award-winning Los Angeles, California based composer, keyboardist and producer.
As a keyboard player, his long list of credits include working with artists such as Philip Bailey, Larry Carlton,
Mel Torme, and the group "Chicago." As a composer, John has written music for a wide variety of television,
film and radio projects. John has become a regular spokesperson for Roland Corporation while utilizing his
experience as a dynamic performing musician, composer, and educator.

Original, Jazz
John Campbell
©1991
Mas Que Nada 47kb
3:11mpt
Sergio Mendes
Jazz, Swing, Latin Jazz
Marcos Borelli
Mas Que Nada 49kb
2:38mpt
Sergio Mendes / Brasil 66
Jazz
Bob Gaynor
Masquerade
aka 'This Masquerade'
33kb
6:10mpt
George benson, Carpenters
Jazz & Jazz Standards
Devian Zikri
Piano By Rio Moreno
Maybe
  Added 04/28/14
26kb
3:06mpt
Karaoke
Words and Music by Allan Flynn and Frank Madden (1935)
The first version to chart was recorded on June 11, 1940 by the Ink Spots featuring Bill Kenny
and released by Decca Records as catalog number 3258B, with the flip side "Whispering Grass".
The recording reached #2 on the chart that year.
Other recordings: Bunny Berigan, Doc Cheatham, Ella Fitzgerald (1968, on her Capitol album "30 By Ella"),
Dick Haymes, Elliot Lawrence, Brenda Lee (1965), Dean Martin (1957), Vera Lynn, Jimmy Roselli (1967),
Kate Smith, Perry Como & Eddie Fischer (1952).

Jazz, Vocal, EZ Listening, Stage & Screen
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
Mc-Modal 28kb
1:53mpt
Eric Elliott
Jazz, Original
Eric Elliott
© 1998
Memories Of You 29kb
3:19mpt
Lyrics: Andy Razaf, Music: Eubie Blake (1930)
The song was introduced by singer Minto Cato in the Broadway show Lew Leslie's Blackbirds of 1930.
However, the first well-known recording of the song was done by the Benny Goodman orchestra.
A great version was recorded in 1956 by the Benny Goodman Trio with Rosemary Clooney singing.

Jazz, Standard, Big Band, Swing, Easy Listening, Vocal
Josef Huber
Memories Of You 44kb
4:27mpt
Lyrics: Andy Razaf, Music: Eubie Blake (1930)
Doc Severinsen and the NBC Orchestra performed a moving, melancholy instrumental version on the
final airing of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, May 22, 1992.
The song played over a five-minute tribute montage showing brief silent clips
of some of Carson's favorite guests, seen interacting with the host through the years.

Jazz, Standard, Big Band, Swing, Easy Listening, Vocal
Mel Webb
Mercy, Mercy, Mercy
  Added 04/28/14
26kb
6:15mpt
Joe Zawinul
"Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" is a song written by Joe Zawinul in 1966 for Julian "Cannonball" Adderley
and his album Mercy, Mercy, Mercy! Live at 'The Club'. The song is the title track of the album and
became a surprise hit. "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" went to #2 on the Soul chart and #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Jazz, Jazz Fusion, Soul Jazz, Romantic Music, Art Music, World
George Tassara
Mexican Shuffle 33kb
2:09mpt
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass
Jazz-Pop, EZ LIstening, Instumental, AM Pop
Don Carroll
Mile High 45kb
4:44mpt
Yellow Jackets, from "Four Corner"
Jazz
Franþois Laratta
Misty
Version 1
21kb
3:39mpt
Music: Erroll Garner (1954), Words: Johnny Burke
50's, Jazz, EZ Listening, Pop/Rock, Hollywood
Don Carroll
Misty
Version 2
  Added 12/01/2016
17kb
4:08mpt
Music: Erroll Garner (1954), Words: Johnny Burke
50's, Jazz, EZ Listening, Pop/Rock, Hollywood
Doug McKenzie
Misty
Version 3
  Added 12/01/2016
23kb
2:42mpt
Music: Erroll Garner (1954), Words: Johnny Burke
50's, Jazz, EZ Listening, Pop/Rock, Hollywood
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
Modus Interruptus 132kb
10:05mpt
Eric Elliott
Jazz Original
Eric Elliott
Moments In Love 39kb
5:59mpt
Art Of Noise
Jazz, Crossover Jazz, New Wave, Experimental Prog-Rock
Laurence Fenn
Monsoon Over Rangoon 54kb
3:02mpt
A.P. Minton
Jazz Original
No Further Info. On This Song. Believed To Be An Original Composition.
A.P. Minton
1996
Moondance 78kb
4:00mpt
Van Morrison
"Moondance" is the most frequently played song by Morrison in concert,
as it is the only song known to have been played over a thousand times.

Jazz, Jazz Fusion, Folk, Latin. Pop/Rock, EZ Listening
Doc Doc
(E. F. "Gene" Petro)
Moonglow 39kb
2:49mpt
Music: Will Hudson & Irving Mills, Lyrics: Eddie DeLange (1934)
"Moonglow" was first recorded by Joe Venuti and his Orchestra in 1933, with later recordings
by Ethel Waters and Benny Goodman and his Orchestra in 1934, and has since become a jazz standard,
performed and recorded numerous times by a wide array of musical talents.

Jazz, Standard, Stage & Screen, EZ Listening, Vocal
Bazza1
Midkar Member
Moonglow-Picnic 25kb
2:17mpt
Music: George Duning, Lyrics: Steve Allen
"Theme from Picnic" is a popular song, originated in the 1955 movie Picnic.
It is often referred to simply as "Picnic". The song was published in 1956.
Many versions of the song in 1956 were medleys of the song with " Moonglow
"
Jazz, Standard, EZ Listening, Stage & Screen, Vocal, Country
Roly Wright
Midkar Member
Moonlight 32kb
6:42mpt
Composed by Walter Afanasieff & Kenny G
The Moment is the seventh studio album by saxophonist Kenny G. It was released by Arista Records in 1996,
and reached #1 on the Billboard Top Contemporary Jazz Albums chart, #2 on the Billboard 200, #9
on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and #16 on the Canadian Albums Chart.

Jazz, Jazz-Pop, Crossover Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Instrumental Pop
Peter Wolmarans
1997
Moonlight Becomes You 22kb
3:16mpt
M: Jimmy Van Heusen; W: Johnny Burke
Jazz, Traditional Pop, Orchestral Pop, Vocal, Swing, Standards
Bill Lane
© 5/2/98
Moonlight Cocktail 13kb
3:22mpt
Frankie Carle (Version)
Jazz, Big Band, Swing, Trad. Jazz
Al Levy
Moonlight In Vermont 31kb
4:55mpt
Music: Karl Suessdorf, Lyrics: John Blackburn (1943)
An early version was recorded by Margaret Whiting in 1943. The song was also recorded by
Jo Stafford in 1946, Willie Nelson in 1978, Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong in 1956,
Earl Grant in 1961 and Frank Sinatra in 1957.

Jazz, Standard, EZ Listening, Vocal, Stage & Screen, Classical
Dick Anderson
Moonlight Serenade (Revised) 97kb
3:17mpt
Glenn Miller
40's, Jazz, Big Band
Gary Wachtel
Blue Max Distribution
Moonlighting
  Added 12/01/2016
57kb
6:31mpt
The Rippingtons
Composed By Russ Freeman (1986)
Smooth Jazz
Andres Chait
Moorea
  Added 04/28/14
34kb
5:16mpt
Wade Culbreath (Original Composition)
Wade wrote this tune in memory of his visit to the island of Moorea in the South Pacific.
It features my friend Ben Lewis on piano.
All tracks [except Piano] written and performed by MalletCat.
"Moorea...An island in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean.
A place where you live in a bungalow and sip margaritas all day." w.c.

Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Original MIDI
Wade Culbreath
aka: "MalletCat"
Morgan's Walk 47kb
3:33mpt
J. Eshleman, ll
Jim Eshleman, II aka "Esh" is from South Carolina, USA. He composed & sequenced his MIDI In 1995.
Jazz, Bop, Cool, Easy Listening, Originals
J. Eshleman, ll
© 1995
Morocco
  Added 04/28/14
71kb
4:48mpt
Russ Freeman
One of the most popular groups in what is loosely termed "contemporary jazz,"
the Rippingtons were formed (and have been led ever since) by guitarist/keyboardist Russ Freeman
(no relation to the veteran West Coast bop pianist of the same name).

Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Jazz Fusion, EZ Listening
Bob Baker
Mr. Bojangles
  Added 12/02/2016
28kb
3:36mpt
Sammy Davis, Jr.
W&M By Jerry Jeff Walker (1968). This song is not about the tap dancer, but about a homeless man who has taken his name as an alias. It has been recorded by many artists, including Sammy Davis Jr., the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Bob Dylan, and Nina Simone. Aston's vibraphone gives the song a jazz touch.
60's, Country, Folk, Ballads
Dale Aston
©1997
My Blue Heaven
  Added 12/02/2016
20kb
1:51mpt
Music: Walter Donaldson, Lyrics: George A. Whiting (1924)
Performers inlclude Gene Austin and Fats Domino
Jazz, Standards, Rhythm & Blues
Don Carroll
My Cherie Amour 26kb
3:25mpt
Co-written by Wonder & the songwriters-producers Henry Cosby & Sylvia Moy (1969)
The song was an autobiographical account by Wonder about a woman he was fascinated with while in school at the
Michigan School for the Blind in Lansing, Michigan.

Jazz, R&B, Pop/Rock, EZ Listening, World, Soul/Pop
Julio Cezar Cornelius
My Favorite Things 19kb
2:00mpt
Rogers & Hammerstein II
Jazz, Holiday, Pop/Rock, Soundtrack
Jazdout
My Foolish Heart
(Jazz Trio)
45kb
8:53mpt
Music: Victor Young, Lyrics: Ned Washington
Performers Include: Bill Evans, Dion & The Belmonts, Joe Williams with George Shearing,
Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra, Tom Jones, Carmen McRae, Elkie Brooks, Astrud Gilberto,
Mel Tormé and Oscar Peterson with Nelson Riddle, Al Jarreau, Cris Barber, Jane Monheit and Ann Hampton Callaway.

Jazz
Doug McKenzie
My Way
Version 1
34kb
3:54mpt
Lyrics written by Paul Anka and popularized by Frank Sinatra.
The melody is based on a French song "Comme d'habitude" composed by Claude François and Jacques Revaux.
Anka's English lyrics are unrelated to the original French by Claude François and Gilles Thibaut and Anka is credited
as a co-composer of "My Way" because he largely re-wrote the song.
"My Way" is often quoted as the most remade song in history.

Jazz, Vocal, Traditional Pop, Pop/Rock, R&B, and more.
Jillianne Jones
Midkar Member
My Way
Version 2
  Added 12/02/2016
93kb
4:24mpt
Frank Sinatra
Paul Anka, Jacques Revaux, Claude François, Gilles Thibaut
Jazz, Vocal, Traditional Pop, Pop/Rock, R&B, and more.
John Signorelli
My Way Of Life (Piano Version)
    Added 02/05/15
14kb
3:21mpt
Karaoke
Frank Sinatra (1968)
Jazz, Vocal, EZ Listening, Traditional Pop
Geoffrey Carter
Midkar Member
My Way Of Life (Full Version)
    Added 02/05/15
12kb
3:21mpt
Karaoke
Frank Sinatra (1968)
Jazz, Vocal, EZ Listening, Traditional Pop
Geoffrey Carter
Midkar Member
Netbop 25kb
3:52mpt
Original
Jazz, Original
***MJN***
1994
Nevertheless
aka Nevertheless I'm In Love With You
56kb
2:57mpt
W&M: Harry Ruby & Bert Kalmar
Jazz, EZ Listening, Vocal
Del Kay
New York, New York 62kb
3:49mpt
Frank Sinatra
Jazz, Traditional Pop, Standard, Broadway
Mel Webb
New York State Of Mind
Version 1
  Added 04/28/14
30kb
4:22mpt
Music & Lyrics by Billy Joel (1975)
"New York State of Mind" is a song written by Billy Joel which initially appeared
on the album Turnstiles in 1976. Although it was never a hit song and was never released as a single,
it has become a fan favorite and a song that Joel plays regularly in concert.

Jazz, Vocal, EZ Listening, Soft Rock, Pop
David W. Barnes
Midkar Member
New York State Of Mind
Version 2
  Added 12/02/2016
40kb
6:40mpt
Music & Lyrics by Billy Joel (1975)
Okie Duke Notes: The true mark of a great musical composition is when the melody and/or the lyrics can stand on their own. The choice of chords and the lyrical structure of this song make it one of the top ballads to come out of this last bunch of years. It can easily be embraced by musicians from many venues and always tells a story musically and lyrically.
Jazz, Vocal, EZ Listening, Soft Rock, Pop
Okie Duke
Midkar Member
Night Love 64kb
5:09mpt
Jeff Lorber
Jazz, Jazz Pop, Crossover & Smooth Jazz
Iman Tjahjono
Night Rhythms 104kb
5:01mpt
Lee Ritenour
Don has remixed this tune using his Soundfonts, available from this site on the Home Page.
Jazz, EZ Listening, Smooth Jazz
Don Allen
Midkar Member
Night Train 76kb
3:16mpt
Jimmy Forrest, Duke Ellington, Various Others
50's, Jazz, Standard,
Gary Wachtel
Blue Max Distribution
No Ordianary Love 54kb
6:33mpt
Sade
Smooth Jazz, R&B, Adult Contemporary, Sophisi-Pop
G. Mode
Nobody Knows You When You're Down & Out 58kb
3:42mpt
Jimmie Cox (1923)
Jazz & Jazz Standards, Blues Standard
John Signorelli
Nothing Can Come Between Us 47kb
3:39mpt
Sade
Smooth Jazz, R&B, Adult Contemporary, Sophisi-Pop
Johannes Karhula
1994
Now's The Time
    Added 02/05/15
70kb
4:19mpt
Charlie Parker
On November 26, 1945, Parker led a record date for the Savoy label, marketed as the "greatest Jazz session ever".
Recording as Charlie Parker's Reboppers, Parker enlisted such sidemen as Gillespie and Miles Davis on trumpet,
Curly Russell on bass and Roach on drums. The tracks recorded during this session include "Ko-Ko", "Billie's Bounce" and "Now's the Time".

Jazz, BeBop
Gary Wachtel
Blue Max Distribution

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