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If Not For You

Label: New Artists Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: 1. Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone 2. If I Had You 3. A Sailboat in the Moonlight 4. Barbados 5. The More I See You 6. How Deep Is the Ocean 7. Foolin’ Myself 8. You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To 9. Willow Weep for Me 10. My Melancholy Baby

Moxie

Label: New Artists Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Moxie; In A Sentimental Mood; Haitian Cotillion; Soft Target; Dear Toy; Clapping Game; Tag On A Train; Manhattattan

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jessica Jones Quartet: Moxie

Read "Moxie" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Moxie is both an extension of tenor saxophonist Jessica Jones' previous work and a glimpse back to an earlier point in her career: she continues to explore the possibilities inherent in a piano-less quartet with a two-tenor front line while reuniting with a rhythm duo that she worked with in the '80s--bassist Stomu Takeishi and drummer ...

Concert In Paris

Label: New Artists Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Deuxieme Naissance; Dans Mes Reves; "Every Emotion Is An Art"--Anna; Homage Aux Communards; Espoir.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Connie Crothers: Concert In Paris

Read "Concert In Paris" reviewed by John Ephland

Connie Crothers' piano sounds like nothing you've heard before. Sure, it's acoustic, she plays melodies, she can be inside or outside the music. One thing she isn't, though, is wishy-washy. One of her latest, Concert In Paris, is a solo effort. And for anyone who loves the intimacy of a solo-piano recital, this one more jazz ...

Live at the Freight

Label: New Artists Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Furious George; Waiting for the Vampire's Redemption; By the Park at Midnight (Zamindar's Promenade); The Zamindar Gambit; Waynopolis; Manhattan; Sketch #2; What Purpose Is Your Pain; Breath.Eyes.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jessica Jones & Mark Taylor: Live at the Freight

Read "Live at the Freight" reviewed by Jeff Dayton-Johnson

Live at the Freight chronicles a June 2011 date at the venerable Freight & Salvage coffeehouse in Berkeley, California, co-led by tenor saxophonist Jessica Jones and French horn and mellophone player Mark Taylor. The compositions, all originals and mostly quite good, are split between the two leaders.The first slightly unusual twist to the quartet ...

Pitch, Rhythm, and Consciousness

Label: New Artists Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Dear Toy; C.K. #1; T.K. #1; Bits; Howlin' Wolf; Billie; Division and Kent; Jessie; Four Nights.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tony Jones: Pitch, Rhythm, and Consciousness

Read "Pitch, Rhythm, and Consciousness" reviewed by Matt Marshall

On this ruminative record--and, indeed, it is a record, released primarily on vinyl, with MP3 downloads available--saxophonist Tony Jones, violinist Charles Burnham and percussionist Kenny Wollesen show themselves wholly comfortable within the quiet sonic space about them. Jones is the lead voice--the lead traveler, as it were--working his way across a terrain that is at once ...


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