Whether you’re doing housework or entertaining guests, this All That Jazz Playlist is the perfect backdrop for a productive day or a delightful evening.
This past weekend I watched Can You Ever Forgive Me? starring Melissa McCarthy. If you’re not familiar with the movie, you can see the trailer here. I’m a huge fan of Melissa McCarthy so I hoped I’d like the film, and I did. It was wonderful! In fact, it ranks among my favorite Melissa McCarthy movies, even though her role in it is quite different from her usual (comedic) ones.
As I watched the film, I reveled in the music, which included I Thought of You Last Night by Jeri Southern and I’ll be Seeing You by Billie Holiday. Inspired by those two tracks, I decided to put together my own All That Jazz Playlist.
Those of you who have listened to my Tuesday Tunes playlists over the years know that music has always been a big part of my life. No matter where I am or what I’m doing – hanging out at home, driving, or working out – I like to have music playing. However, it’s been a while since I’ve shared a playlist. Who knew I would find my latest inspiration in the past?
Although this particular playlist isn’t overly robust (There are only 12 songs.), I hope to add to it as I discover new favorites. I’m trying to avoid commonplace jazz songs, but if you have any recommendations that would fit this playlist, please let me know in the comments below.
If you’d like to give this All That Jazz Playlist a listen, you can use the player below or find the playlist here on Spotify.
Sidenote: I’ve been meaning to mention this, but I use Spotify almost exclusively to listen to music. I pay for their premium option to avoid ads. If you’re a big music fan, I highly recommend it. (This isn’t a sponsored post nor was I paid to say that. Spotify is just an audio streaming service I genuinely love, and I thought that was worth sharing with all of you.)
One of the features I love about Spotify is that once you start to create a playlist, it will give you “recommended songs” based on the playlist you’ve begun. I’ve discovered so many new artists and now-favorite songs that way. There’s also a free version of the service if you’d like to test it out first.
And that’s a wrap, friends and fellow music lovers! Give this playlist a listen and let me know what you think. And don’t forget to check out Can You Ever Forgive Me?. I think you’ll enjoy it!