Needed: list of "easy" standards such as "Satin Doll" while I build my skills. Hi Folks, I'm not going to apologize for posting this request. I'm in my fifties and feel GREAT about the progress I'm making and take great pride in taking on this challenge at this stage in life. Now, the request. Starting up a Dinner Jazz trio. I need to get proficient with 4/4 walking. I got my brain around the theory (scales, modes, chord structure, intervals....) but the fingers and brain don't communicate well enough yet to manage all of the standards. As I master easy songs, I've noticed that the harder ones come more easily. So I want to work on a bunch of easy ones now. My example of easy is "Satin Doll." It has a repetitive, logical structure with manageable turn-arounds and a minimum # of chords. Please suggest other standards that I can add to my repertoire as I develop the skills. Maybe there just aren't any - my searches on TB haven't turned up much. I'm posting this simultaneously in EB and UB because the same issues apply to both. I can't be the only guy on this site with this question. If you've read this far and want to help but don't have much to suggest, please tug someone's coat who does. Thanks as always.