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The Performer

The Performer by Carolyn Lee Jones buy album

Carolyn Lee Jones

Label: Catn'round Sound
Released: 2013
Duration: 61:28
Views: 877

Track Listing

#1 Small Day Tomorrow #2 East Of The Sun #3 The Performer #4 Creepin' #5 The Nearness Of You #6 If You Were Shakespeare #7 I Wished On The Moon #8 Let's Get Lost # 9 Piano In The Dark #10 Old Devil Moon # 11 Never Let Me Go #12 Tell Me All About It #13 Lazy Afternoon #14 The Island

Personnel

Carolyn Lee Jones
Carolyn Lee Jones

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

#1 Vocals Carolyn Lee Jones #2 Pian & Keyboard Brad Williams #3 Acoustic & Electric Bass Jonathan Fisher #4 Drums Andrew Griffith #5 Percussion Jorge Ginorio #6 Guitar Todd Parsnow #7 Tenor Sax, Flute & Alto Flute Shelley Carroll #8 Flute& Tenor Sax Mario Cruz #9 Alto Flute Joyce Spencer #10 Bass Clarinet Paul Elder #11 Trombone Tony Baker #12 Trombone Dave Pierce #13 String Synth Dave Pierce

Album Description

Whether walking the straight and narrow (“Old Devil Moon,” “Let’s Get Lost,”) and “riding bossa waves (“I Wished on the Moon,” “Tell Me All About It,” and “The Island”), or strolling down balladic lanes (“Nearness of You” and “Never Let Me Go”), one can be sure that every dream encountered on The Performer will, by its end, be made real. And after all its emotional circling, it leaves us with a hopeful message: Histories may be forgotten and kingdoms may fall, but love is the one castle that stands fortified.


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