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Joan Hutton

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Joan Hutton is a woodwind performer, composer and music educator residing in Minneapolis and hailing from Toronto, Canada. After many years performing primarily in the classical genre, with the Ancia Saxophone Quartet and as a freelance doubler, in 2017 she began devoting her energy to jazz and improvised music. Since then, Joan has developed her voice on bass clarinet in addition to saxophones and formed the Joan Hutton Jazz Project to feature her original compositions. She has become a regular on the Twin Cities jazz scene and has performed with the Joan Hutton Jazz Project at the Twin Cities Jazz Festival

Album

Take That Back

Label: Shifting Paradigm Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Dirty Secret; That it would not hurt you; My Six; Memory Bait; Hope For The Girl; Dodged It; Heading North; Steezy; OH!; Curtains.

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Song of the Day

Dodged It

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Label: Shifting Paradigm Records
Released: 2022
Duration: 6:26

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Song of the Day

Dirty Secret

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Label: Shifting Paradigm Records
Released: 2022
Duration: 07:54

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Video

Hope for the Girl

Featuring the music of Joan Hutton
Duration: 5:19

Studio recording of "Hope for the Girl", from the debut album by Joan Hutton & Sue Orfield's Take That Back was released on Shifting Paradigm Records and features original music by the two reed players and draws on its leaders’ mutual joy in pursuing unpredictable musical adventures. Joan Hutton (bass clarinet), Sue Orfield (tenor saxophone), Ted Godbout (piano), Kameron Markworth (bass), and David Schmalenberger (drums).
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Article: Album Review

Joan Hutton & Sue Orfield: Take That Back

Read "Take That Back" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Joan Hutton and Sue Orfield's Take that Back opens with the smooth dark chocolate crooning of Hutton's bass clarinet. The tune is “Dirty Secret," a Hutton-penned, mid-tempo gem. And initially what comes to mind is (Bennie Maupin and Eric Dolphy aside) how rarely we hear the bass clarinet on a jazz album. Then Orfield's tenor sax ...


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