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Jazzuela - Todo el Jazz de Rayuela (2001) is an album featuring the jazz recordings mentioned in the novel Rayuela by Argentine writer Cortazar.

The album was compiled by Pilar Peyrats and published in 2001.


  1. Frank Trumbauer And His Orchestra - "I'm Coming Virginia"
  2. Bix Beiderbecke And His Gang - "Jazz Me Blues"
  3. Kansas City Six - "Four o'Clock Drag"
  4. Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra - "Save it Pretty Mamma"[1]
  5. Coleman Hawkins - "Body and Soul"
  6. Dizzi Gilespie And His Orchestra - "Good Bait"
  7. Bessie Smith - "Baby Doll"
  8. Bessie Smith - "Empty Bed Blues"
  9. Louis Amstrong And His Orchestra - "Don't You Play me Cheap"
  10. Louis Amstrong's All Stars - "Yellow Dog Blues"
  11. Louis Amstrong's All Stars - "Mahogany Hall Stomp"
  12. Big Bill Broonzy - "See See Rider"
  13. The Chocolate Dandies - "Blue Interlude"
  14. Champion Jack Dupree - "Junker's Blues"
  15. Big Bill Broonzy - "Get Back"
  16. Duke Hellington And His Orchestra - "Hot and Bothered"
  17. Duke Hellington And His Orchestra - "It Don't Mean a Thing"
  18. Earl Hines - "I Ain't Got Nobody"
  19. Jelly Roll Morton - "Mamie's Blues"
  20. Warning's Pennsylvanians - "Stack O'Lee Blues"
  21. Tenderly - "Oscar's Blues"





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