Bags’ Groove, a version by Mark Goldenberg and Eric Skye on guitar: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ugALxuQr4oM
An easy, slinky Pink Panther-esque jazz song - it is the name of a Miles Davis album, and is named after vibraphone player Milt “Bags” Jackson. Hearing two guitars groove it is really good.
Someone mentioned these two guys did an album together so I sought them out. Goldenberg played for Jackson Browne for years and toured with Hugh Laurie when he is making music. Eric Skye is a guy who plays solo jazz guitar just wonderfully. He is active on the guitar boards. He is not as versatile as the other guitarist I was touting in an earlier thread, Julian Lage, but man I love his straight up jazz playing. He has a solo version of Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue I strongly recommend.
Note that Goldenberg plays with a thumbpick and fingers and Skye uses a thumbpick and fingerpicks. Man, fingerpicks - I could never abide by them. Can work with a thumbpick+fingers, but prefer to use the flesh of my fingertips. The point is: watching how fluent Skye is with his picks is remarkable to me. Also, check out how he uses harmonics - I think during the 3rd minute. Very cool.
Either way, I love hearing straight jazz on small flattop guitars. Gives me hope! I could never be fluent with all the chords they play, but gettings a moving bassline to counterpoint with chording and lead lines? Very fun.