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8 thoughts on “ The Ungentrified Blues - Sean Jones (2) - Live From Jazz At The Bistro (CD, Album) ”

  1. May 19,  · Sean Jones, Live From Jazz At The Bistro (Mack Avenue) Trumpeter Sean Jones has been around for a while, but has never quite broken the surface in the way his talent deserves.
  2. May 26,  · Sean Jones is, in my opinion, a very distinct modern jazz trumpet player. While his music fits comfortably into the "modern jazz" category, there are aspects of his style that refer back to trumpet players of the s and s (the swing era, more or less)/5(8).
  3. Jul 13,  · year old trumpet/flugelhorn ace Sean Jones wanted the raw, live feel for his seven-track Jazz at the Bistro album which features lively, ebullient performances for both quartet and quintet.
  4. Trumpeter Sean Jones certainly covers a great deal of musical ground on Gemini. The music ranges from the hard boppish In Her Honor, a hint of s lyrical Freddie Hubbard on Rain of Patience, and the medium-tempo Blues for Matt Price: $
  5. Jazz at the Bistro, St. Louis, MO. Description: 1 audio disc ; 4 3/4 in. Contents: Art's variable () ; Lost, then found () / Sean Jones --Piscean dichotomy / Brian Hogans () --Doc's holiday / Orrin Evans () --The ungentrified blues () ; Prof () ; BJ's tune () / Sean Jones. Medium of Performance: jazz combo.
  6. May 22,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Sean Jones “Live From Jazz at the Bistro” YouTube Sean Jones - Transitions - Live at Detroit Jazz Festival - Duration: Mack Avenue 32, views.
  7. Sean Jones - Live from Jazz at the Bistro (Mack Avenue MAC CD Review by Peter Jones)Cool and restrained, that’s the default style of modern trumpet maestro Sean Jones, whose playing is reminiscent of Roy Hargrove’s. This live album is his eighth, recorded over three nights in December at a St Louis club which.
  8. Jul 10,  · Sean brings his energy to a live audience at St. Louis’ jazz club, The Bistro. Backed by his long tenured quintet, Jones was ripe and ready to unleash largely new material on an eager audience. Opening with “Art’s Variable” Jones’ tone is magisterial, commanding and .

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