The JT Jazz Project | Good Times (limited edition)

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Good Times (limited edition)

by The JT Jazz Project

This album is a sexy fusion of neo-soul and jazz (in the vein of Maxwell or Sade) and features Chicago-land’s most talented musicians and vocalists.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Neo-Soul
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1. Grover's Mode
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2. Steppin' in the Chi' (feat. EL & Futuristic)
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3. Treated (feat. Evon)
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4. Quiero Bailar Contigo (feat. EL)
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5. Miles to Go (feat. Evon)
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6. House on the Southside (feat. Shawn Maxwell)
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7. Joliet Blues (feat. Devin Thompson)
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8. Can't Get No Higher (feat. EL)
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9. Heaven's House Band (feat. Devin Thompson & Evon)
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10. Lil' Off Tha Top (feat. Futuristic & Bra$h)
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11. I Feel You (feat. Evon)
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12. Funkin' Myself
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Album Notes
Because of an exceptionally creative home environment, JT's interest in music began at a very early age. He began playing the saxophone in the fourth grade and continued to play through elementary school, high-school and college, accumulating several awards and accolades. Throughout his music education, JT studied under some of Chicago-land’s most renowned musicians.

JT's interest in writing and production began at age sixteen, when he (and his soul band) stepped into a recording studio for the first time. In JT's late-teen years, his affinity and talent for music production developed tremendously. He and a close friend built a 5' x 5' closet-like “studio,” equipped with an old Roland keyboard and a four-track cassette recorder. JT would spend hours upon hours in this studio creating hip-hop, RnB, pop, rock, funk, gospel, and all types of grooves.

After high-school, JT chose practicality over ambition and attended the local community college as a pre-vet major. That path was short-lived however. Because JT’s heart just wasn’t in it, his academic performance left much to be desired. Then, the inevitable happened… JT decided to pursue a musical career. He went on to receive a BS in Music Performance with a minor in Business Administration from Millikin University.

During his last year in college, JT interned at the Chicago Recording Company (CRC), Chicago's premiere recording studio. At CRC, JT honed his production and technical audio skills while working with high-profile clients like R. Kelly, Three 6 Mafia, Phil Collins, Liz Phair, and countless movie and commercial projects. One year later, JT accepted a position at Streeterville Recording Studios, which was at one time the premiere recording studio in Chicago. JT continued to work at Streeterville with clients like Kanye West, Marvin Sapp, Tori Amos, Melissa Ethridge, Orbert Davis, and John Madden, until the studio went out of business.

These days, JT keeps busy by producing projects for Jevon Music Group (JMG) and by performing with his band, The JT Jazz Project. The latest album from The JT Jazz Project, titled “Good Times,” is a sexy fusion of neo-soul and jazz (in the vein of Maxwell or Sade) and features Chicago-land’s most talented musicians and vocalists.



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