The problem with a Columbus jazz playlist is so much of the great jazz in our city happens in clubs and music halls, not in studios. Still, if you dig around, there are some wonderful recordings out there-far more than we can include in one playlist. Think of this as an amuse bouche to get you started.

The problem with a Columbus jazz playlist is so much of the great jazz in our city happens in clubs and music halls, not in studios. Still, if you dig around, there are some wonderful recordings out there-far more than we can include in one playlist. Think of this as an amuse bouche to get you started.

"Lush Life," Columbus Jazz Orchestra

"Beatrice, The Cat," Mark Flugge

"Don't Get Around Much Anymore," The Rick Brunetto Big Band

"Poinciana," Bobby Floyd Trio

"Your Basic Gospel Song," Bobby Floyd (featuring Bryan Olsheski)

"The Inflated Tear," Roland Kirk

"That's All," Gene Walker

"Low Down," Vaughn Wiester's Famous Jazz Orchestra

"The Greasy Spoon," Hank Marr (featuring Rusty Bryant on tenor sax)

"I Remember Jimmy," Tony Monaco

"Stompin' at the Savoy," Dave Powers (featuring Derek DiCenzo on guitar)

"Shiner," Pete Mills