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Live from Jazz at the Bistro

Sean Jones

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1
Art's Variable
Sean Jones
10:39
2
Lost, Then Found
Sean Jones
10:32
3
Piscean Dichotomy
Sean Jones
5:27
4
Doc's Holiday
Sean Jones
6:57
5
The Ungentrifed Blues
Sean Jones
9:01
6
Prof
Sean Jones
7:27
7
BJ's Tune
Sean Jones
13:58
Total Playing Time    64:01
Live from Jazz at the Bistro is a moving, spirited, honest and raw outing from a band that has its own vocabulary and unique interplay. The playing is first-rate throughout and the album will not disappoint.”
- Geannine Reid, All About Jazz

Live from Jazz at the Bistro sees bandleader, trumpeter, and composer Sean Jones present seven live tracks recorded at the renowned St. Louis, Missouri club. Comprised of inspired original compositions, Jones and colleagues such as his established quartet of pianist Orrin Evans, bassist Luques Curtis and drummer Obed Calvaire weave alternately upbeat and warm and lyrical lines together, making for a thoroughly enjoyable listening experience.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mack Avenue Records II Studio Masters

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