The Equanimous Jones Quartet | The Bourbon Sessions

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The Bourbon Sessions

by The Equanimous Jones Quartet

The fusion of modern jazz and R&B; our music is an enjoyable, symbiotic collaborative of life experiences and artistic expression.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Chequers
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2. La Mujer Apasionada
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3. Been There (Piano Solo)
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4. No Survivors
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5. Call Me
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6. And There It Is (Drum Solo)
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7. Enjoy Life
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8. Eternity Lane (Saxophone Sola)
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9. Song for M.B.
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10. The Depths of Transcendence
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11. And We Say Tomorrow... (Bass Solo)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"The Bourbon Sessions" is the 3rd album from The Equanimous Jones Quartet. It is comprised of 11 original compositions with contributions from all members of the quartet. For this album, we employed a different method of song construction and recording. Initially, one or more of us would provide a basic structural outline of the song - either scored on sheet music or audio files, sometimes both. We referred to these as "skeletons", providing basic information on tempo, key signature, sometimes a melody, sometimes chords, all depending on the tune. The idea was to provide a basic structure for the song, and allow everyone's individual talents to influence the direction and feel of the final product. I believe it was Branford Marsalis who once said: "There's no freedom in freedom: there's only freedom in structure." Providing that basic structure let us all know where we were starting, which road map & exits we would use, and generally speaking, where we would end. This allowed for a lot of freedom within those parameters, and allowed us to have a lot of fun, which is very important. Having several musical schools of thought and experiences between us led to the diversity of music on this album. The album title? Self-explanatory.

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