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Jazz Midwest Central
JMC Logo
Location
Chicago, Illinois
Genre
Classic Jazz, Soft Jazz, Smooth Jazz
Frequency
93.3 FM
Appearance

Jazz Midwest Central is a jazz radio station in Sonic Adventure 5: Windy City Showdown.

Playlist

  • Billie Holiday - Fine and Mellow (1939)
  • Billy Strayhorn - Raincheck (1962)
  • Bud Freeman and His Famous Chicagoans - At the Jazz Band Ball (1940)
  • Cannonball Adderly & Miles Davis - Autumn Leaves (1958)
  • The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Take Five (1959)
  • Dean Martin - You Belong to Me (1952)
  • Dizzy Gillespie Sextet - Groovin’ High (1945)
  • Don Ellis - Whiplash (1973)
  • Donald Byrd - Places & Spaces (1975)
  • Duke Ellington - Caravan (1936)
  • Frank Sinatra feat. Count Basie and His Orchestra - Fly Me To The Moon (1954)
  • Herbie Hancock - Chameleon (1973)
  • Jelly Roll Morton & His Orchestra - Deep Creek Blues (1929)
  • McKinney's Cotton Pickers - Four or Five Times (1929)
  • Miles Davis - Tutu (1986)
  • Sonny Rollins - Time on My Hands (1951)
  • Sonny Stitt - Street of Dreams (1980)
  • Tadd Dameron with John Coltrane - On a Misty Night (1962)

Trivia

  • Vanilla, Tails, Silver, and Henry Smith are all fans of this station.
  • The colors of the diamonds and letters in the logo are representative of two of the three main cities' real life sports teams:
    • the white diamond for the Chicago White Sox and blue/orange lettering for the Chicago Bears
    • the blue diamond for the Detroit Lions and red/blue lettering for the Detroit Pistons
    • the orange/brown diamond for the Cleveland Browns and burgundy/yellow lettering for the Cleveland Cavaliers
  • Three of the songs on the playlist reappear in Shadow the Hedgehog 2:
    • The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Take Five (1959)
    • Dizzy Gillespie Sextet - Groovin’ High (1945)
    • Sonny Stitt - Street of Dreams (1980)
  • "Tutu" by Miles Davis was sampled in South Central Cartel's song "Gang Stories", which appears in Sonic Adventure 4 on the O.G. FM radio station.
  • Dean Martin's "You Belong to Me" is actually a cover; the original is by Joni James, and that version appears in Shadow the Hedgehog 2.

Known Fans

  • Vanilla the Rabbit
  • Tails the Fox
  • Silver the Hedgehog
  • Henry Smith
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