What are some good Jazz songs to learn on guitar?

I learned Charlie Parker- Au Prirave (if that's how the last word is spelled)

Anyone got some suggestions I would appreciate it
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Some good standard songs to learn: footprints, blue bossa and autumn leaves :p

you can find blue bossa on Joe Henderson's "page one" album, you can figure out the melody yourself I guess, and the chords I use are

all are a full bar

Cm7 Cm7 Fm7 Fm7
Dm7b5 G7#5 Cm7 Cm7
Ebm7 Ab7#5 Dbmaj7 Dbmaj7
Dm7b5 G7#5 Cm7 then these are both a half bar: Dm7b5 G7#5

It's a really good sounding song.
There are some cool youtube vids of it. And if you want a mp3 of me playing the song + improvs for 19 minutes just PM me :p
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Take Five's pretty easy if you can count in 5/4.
Autumn Leaves, Blue Bossa, I've Got Rhythm, How High the Moon, All of Me, My Funny Valentine, It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing), Take the A Train, Well You Needn't, The Girl from Ipanema, One-Note Samba, So What, All Blues, Impressions, The Chicken...
Pretty sure I covered every era there.
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