Jennifer Salisbury & James Mustafa | Unspoken Rule

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Unspoken Rule

by Jennifer Salisbury & James Mustafa

Let go as Australian jazz vocalist Jennifer Salisbury and her stellar jazz band guide you through a world of vintage soundscapes and bittersweet emotions.
Genre: Jazz: Swing/Big Band
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1. Mr. Fix-It
Jennifer Salisbury & James Mustafa
3:53 $1.99
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2. You've Changed
Jennifer Salisbury & James Mustafa
5:15 $1.99
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3. Baby I'm Sorry
Jennifer Salisbury & James Mustafa
3:16 $1.99
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4. There Was a Time
Jennifer Salisbury & James Mustafa
5:16 $1.99
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5. I Wish Your Kiss
Jennifer Salisbury & James Mustafa
4:25 $1.99
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6. Washing Line
Jennifer Salisbury & James Mustafa
4:59 $1.99
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7. My Middle Name Is Moderation
Jennifer Salisbury & James Mustafa
3:09 $1.99
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8. Web of Gold
Jennifer Salisbury & James Mustafa
5:21 $1.99
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9. Red Red Robin (feat. Harry M. Woods)
James Mustafa
2:39 $1.99
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10. Unspoken Rule
Jennifer Salisbury & James Mustafa
3:12 $1.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jennifer Salisbury is a singer with a very special affinity to vintage jazz, an inherent sense of swing and a very characteristic vibrato. She has been demonstrating all these qualities singing standards with her trio for a few years now, but it was when she presented herself as a songwriter – with Unspoken Rule – that she got to really blossom. This album is the anatomy of a love story, a theme that anyone can relate to, this one is really personal. It is an introspection, a collection of contemplative essays in vintage-jazz-form on growing up, on trying to find yourself and pursue your dreams, whilst – or despite of – facing the challenges and obligations of adulthood. A theme, that is, that anyone can relate to, once again.

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