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Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: BX12 Part One; April; Wheels; Santiago; Merri Creek; Window Shopping; The Trip; Fala Baixiño; Bye-Ya; BX12 Part Two.


Label: FingerMusic
Released: 2017
Track listing: 1. Between The Books, Behind The Shelves 2. All My Loving 3. Our Humanity 4. Hollow Victory 5. The Bossa For George 6. If I Fell 7. Beyond That Sign 8. How Many Times Will We Say Goodbye? 9. Giant Steps 10. Manha De Carnaval 11. A Blues For Larry


Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Thought; Effort; Trust; Purpose; Substance; Meaning.


Label: Hot Tone Music
Released: 2014
Track listing: Nothing Like You; Traveler; Speedbump; The Incy Wincy Spider; The Spinning Tree; Patriot; Someone Like You; To Be; The Edge of a Circle; Everyone Loves Sunshine; Junk Funk; Dream.


Label: acoustical concepts
Released: 2014
Track listing: Balance; Flow; Bittersweet; Tilt; Blues Nocturne; Michele; One Last Fling; Find Your Way.


Joe Morris Quartet: Balance

Read "Balance" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

After several albums and great synergy, guitarist Joe Morris disbanded the quartet in 2000 with many of his associates stating it was a “terrible idea." For this reunion, the musicians' artistic evolution surges on via a conglomeration of diminutive and soaring theme-building episodes, asymmetrical footprints, and staggered detours, instilling a continual sense of anticipation.


Mimi Jones: Balance

Read "Balance" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Virtuoso bassist and superlative bandleader Mimi Jones' (AKA Miriam Sullivan) Balance is a delightful album filled with 79 minutes of engaging music. Despite the title, however, it is an unevenly structured work. The edgy, dramatic “The Incy Wincy Spider" for instance completely deconstructs the children's rhyme into an intriguing, darkly hued and haunting piece. ...


Mimi Jones: Balance

Read "Balance" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

NYC-native bassist-raconteur Mimi Jones founded Hot Tone records in 2009, releasing her debut, A New Day. Jones states the label ..."was created to give chances to those who may have been overlooked and denied the necessary support and knowledge to develop." Specifically, and appropriately, the focus of the label has evolved as a resource for women ...


Label: Self-Released
Released: 2013


Label: Water Street Music
Released: 2010


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