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by AAJ Staff
Hey, who’s that swingin’ that horn? That sounds like Pops! Well, though Jonah Jones and Louis "Pops" Armstrong were contemporaries, the comparisons stop there. Actually, Jonah and Louis do sound alike. And on this album (which takes its title from Jones’s third LP, but which is here reissued with some additional tracks), Jones puts his bell ...
Label: Capitol Records
Track listing: No Moon at All; Baby, Won't You Please Come Home#; Bill Bailey (Won't You Please Come Home); The Blues Don't Care (Who Got `Em); Jumpin' with Jonah; Just a Gigolo; It's a Good Day#; Dance only with Me; Lots of Luck Charley; A Kiss to Build a Dream on; That's A Plenty#; Moten Swing; Slowly But Surely; Night Train; Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?; Ballin' the Jack
by Dave Nathan
Jazz gurus (self appointed or otherwise) typically dismiss Jonah Jones as a piece of fluff, more interested in dispensing sterilized jazz pablum to the public rather than being creative and innovative. Jones decided not to climb on the Be Bop train of the 1940's and 1950's, pretty much ignoring the new paths being struck by fellow ...