Recently while I was in Europe, waiting in Heathrow airport for my plane to France, I stopped into the mini-HMV store to check out some music(and to see their DVD collection, but I couldn't purchase any due to regional issues etc). Anyway, going through CD racks I came across the HMV section, or the section that has CD collections that they sell under the HMV label. I was curious about these CD's and I came across one that read "The Lennon & McCartney Jazz Collection". I thought, hmm this sounds interesting let me see what it is. Now here in L.A. I'd often heard some Beatles jazz-type music on a rock radio station called KLOS. They play Beatles jazz like right after a Beatles song and it sounds cool, so I was familiar with the concept. I bought the CD, plopped it into my CD player and loved it. I'm a jazz fan so to hear jazz greats like Buddy Rich, Gene Harris, Jazz Crusaders, Chet Baker and more apply their talent to Beatles music was awesome. Reading the liner notes, I had no idea that there had been a long history of the Beatles/jazz fusion dating back to 1965. And let me tell you, from having just been in London where I had been listening to a lot of Beatles while touring the town, this Beatles jazz CD was the perfect transition to France and I listened to it a lot while I was there. The track listings are as follows: 1) Buddy Rich - Norwegian Wood 1967 2) Jazz Crusaders - Eleanor Rigby 1969 3) Gene Harris & The Three Sounds - Come Together 2000 4) Bud Shank - I Am The Walrus 2000 5) Stanley Turrentine - Fool On the Hill 1968 6) Jazz Crusaders - Hey Jude 1969 7) Joe Pass & Chet Baker - Nowhere Man 2000 8) Grant Green - I Want To Hold Your Hand 1965 9) Bud Shank - Blue Jay Way 2000 10) Dom Minasi - With A Little Help From My Friends 2000 11) Jazz Crusaders - Get Back 1969 12) Grant Green - A Day In The Life 1969 13) Lee Morgan - Yesterday 1968 So does anyone else have any Beatles jazz?