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Simple Life

by Paul Jost

“Simple Life” was recorded with Jim Ridl on piano, Dean Johnson on bass, Tim Horner on drums and features the famous vibraphonist Joe Locke as special guest on four tracks.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Blackbird
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2. If I Only Had a Brain
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3. Caravan
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4. Everybody's Talkin'
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5. Give Me the Simple Life
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6. The Touch of Your Lips
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7. Folks Who Live on the Hill
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8. With a Little Help from My Friends
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9. No Moe
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10. Girl from the North Country
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11. Bela Tristeze
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12. Shenandoah
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13. Livin' in the Wrong Time
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“Simple Life” was recorded with Jim Ridl on piano, Dean Johnson on bass, Tim Horner on drums and features the famous vibraphonist Joe Locke as special guest on four tracks. The songs included on “Simple Life” not only look back, paying tribute to the tradition, they also look forward reaching outside the traditional boundaries of the genre. On the album, Paul takes his hand to a number of songs written by Lennon and McCartney, Dylan, Sonny Rollins, Ray Nobel, Duke Ellington, Jerome Kern and a couple of his originals, bringing a fresh approach while at the same time respecting their history and place in the American Songbook.

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