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Jaywalkin'

Jaywalkin' by Jennifer Lee buy album

Jennifer Lee

Label: SBE Records
Released: 2003
Duration: 01:02:56
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Track Listing

Blue Skies, Night and Day, I'm Old Fashioned, Jaywalkin', Note to My Niece, The Inchworm/ Inchworm Rap, Rosa/Clare de Lune, Baltimore Oriole, November in the Snow, Chega de Saudade, Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone, Cathy's Song

Personnel

Jennifer Lee
Jennifer Lee

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Jennifer Lee, vocals, piano on "Cathy's Song; Peter Sprague, guitar; Bob Magnusson, bass; Tommy Aros, percussion; Trip Sprague, tenor sax; Rich Kuhns, accordion; Jason Lewis, drums

Album Description

Jaywalkin’, Jennifer’s debut release as lead vocalist, is both a tribute to the straight-ahead jazz tradition and a step or two outside of that tradition. This provocative collection of standards, originals and Brazilian songs features guitarist Peter Sprague (Jennifer’s co-producer and co-arranger) and bassist Bob Magnusson. From her poignant, dream-like interpretation of “I’m Old Fashioned”, to her heavily funkified version of “The Inchworm”, Jennifer will keep you transfixed. “A delicious listening experience,” says Reese Erlich of Jazz Perspectives.


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