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Feet in the Mud

by Mimi Jones

Powerful, yet sensitive fusion of jazz, soul and alternative that will undoubtably touch your heart. This glorious collection of original material and well thought out arrangements on popular songs pays homage to some of our greatest contributors.
Genre: Jazz: Crossover Jazz
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1. Mr Poo Poo
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2. American
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3. Elevate
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4. The-Min-or Way
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5. Fall
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6. Lyman Place
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7. Applause
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8. One 4JB
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9. The Grinder
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10. Happy
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11. Feet in the Mud
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12. Blackbird
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Album Notes
For the more than two decades she’s been on the scene, bassist/vocalist/producer/label owner and now filmmaker Mimi Jones has reigned supreme, as a side woman to an impressive coterie of musicians and as a leader with three CDs on her own label, (Hot Tone Music) featuring the Mimi Jones Band.
Her newest release for the label, Feet in the Mud, is her most powerful, recording to date. “Feet in the Mud refers to being true to one’s own self despite your race, age, gender, size etcetera,” Jones says.
Jones is supported by an engaging and ingenious collection of musicians including pianist Jon Cowherd, drummer Jonathan Barber, and saxophonist Samir Zarif.
Born in New York City of parents from Barbados, and raised in the Bronx,
Jones is a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music Conservatory and she has studied with Lisle Atkinson, Ron Carter, Linda McKnight, Milton Hinton and others.
She has toured extensively throughout Africa, Asia, Europe, South America, and the Caribbean Islands and is recognized as a U.S. Jazz Ambassador. Her vast work as a side woman includes gigs with Kenny Barron, Frank Ocean, Beyonce, Dianne Reeves, Tia Fuller, Ingrid Jensen, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Marc Cary, Toshi Reagon, Rachel Z, Sean Jones, Ravi Coltrane, Tia Fuller, Joshua Redman and Terri Lyne Carrington’s Grammy Award winning Mosaic Project.
Jones also serves as co-director with ArcoIris Sandoval of The D.O.M.E. Experience, a multimedia project created to inspire its audience to become aware of environmental and social issues, within the community and globally through choreography, composition and cinematography.



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