Pop Music | Smooth Jazz Saxophone | Jazz Instrumental Music For Relaxing, Dinner, Download | 1 Hour

Some of the best pop music ever came out of the 60’s and 70’s, and it makes great pop jazz, smooth jazz saxophone background instrumental music. Check out this 1 hour mix of great pop instrumental music:

00:00:09 – 0:05:10 Where Is The Love?
00:05:13 – 0:09:32 Groovin’ (On A Sunday Afternoon)
00:09:35 – 0:15:25 I’m Your Puppet
00:15:28 – 0:21:03 Let’s Get It On
00:21:06 – 0:25:16 Fallin’
00:25:19 – 0:29:40 Let’s Stay Together
00:29:43 – 0:35:15 Sexual Healing
00:35:18 – 0:41:35 Ain’t No Woman (Like The One I Got)
00:41:38 – 0:47:07 If You Don’t Know Me By Now
00:47:10 – 0:52:08 Tears In Heaven
00:52:11 – 0:58:38 This Masquerade
00:58:41 – 1:05:17 Use Me
01:05:20 – 1:10:31 You’ve Got A Friend
01:10:34 – 1:13:29 I Can’t Make You Love Me
01:13:32 – 1:17:54 Ain’t No Sunshine (When She’s Gone)

Everyone agrees that jazz instrumental music is so relaxing. It’s the same with pop instrumental. And everyone agrees that jazz music is better when it includes jazz saxophone.

Why not take some of the greatest pop songs ever written and record them as smooth jazz instrumental music? Ok – I did, and here they are, 1 hour of them.

You’re going to love these songs for dinner music, studying music, relaxation music, sexy music; instrumental music for anytime and any place you need it mellow.

You can download the songs on this video here: ►


~Dr. SaxLove


Dr. SaxLove specializes in smooth jazz instrumental background music. His music is intended for relaxation, study music, dinner music, gaming, sensual times, and any time. Chill saxophone music always sounds good.

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21 thoughts

  1. Wuaooooo extraordinario interprete del SAXOPHONE me encanta, soy una VENEZOLANA amante de este instrumento tan romántico y sensual ….

  2. I’d love to know who’s playing that great harmonica (Ain’t No Sunshine and Tears in Heaven) and I might have missed it on other tracks but haven’t heard all of them yet? I Love Sax music – and Smooth Jazz (am a huge fan of Peter White, Gerald Albright, Rick Braun, Kirk Whalum, etc.) –but I also play chromatic harmonica so enjoy hearing it especially on my favourite R&B music redone as Smooth Jazz. 🙂 so far everything I’ve heard you play has been gorgeous, but are you also the harmonica player?

  3. You should sell these on CDs. Seriously, this is the best jazz music I have ever heard.

  4. l love that music l enjoy every moment during the day sometimes lm busy hear that helps me a lot thanks for chare

  5. Hola me encanta esta musica y tengo un estudio de maquillaje donde pongo para mis clientes y les facina. Gracias por compartirla soy de Quito-Ecuador

  6. This is the 13th Dr. SaxLove compilation I have bookmarked on my laptop, and every one has been outstanding in its presentation of jazz, blues, rhythm and blues, funk, olden days big band hits, and pop music — the solid mesh of first-rate musicians who really know their instruments and are seasoned pros in terms of harmonies, progressions, beats, timings, and synchronicity. Truly top of the line in all respects, and they make up my entire listening day!!

  7. This is totally spectacular!! I can’t believe I discovered it 2 years after publishing, I love every single second and melody. I can’t imagine somebody doesn’t like this genre. Awesome job Doc, keep saxing. 😉

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