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Trinijazz Project

by Various Artists

Original Caribbean Jazz and World Music from Trinidad and Tobago
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Musiq
Rodney Alexander
5:02 album only
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2. I'm Into You
Tony Paul
4:43 album only
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3. Li Jwe Gita
Dean Williams
4:42 album only
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4. Awon Omo Ti O Ti
Modupe Onilu
3:24 album only
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5. One Super Power
Vaughnette Bigford
5:22 album only
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6. Memory of Your Smile
Vaughnette Bigford
5:34 album only
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7. A Woman's Sweetness
Dean Williams
4:54 album only
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8. Yeah, No, Maybe
Tony Paul
5:13 album only
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9. Country
Rodney Alexander
5:45 album only
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10. Questions Unanswered
Modupe Onilu
5:32 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Five beautiful and driven young composers/artists get together to produce a ten song album of groovy Caribbean tunes. Featuring the talents of Vaughnette Bigford - Vocals: Rodney Alexander - Bass: Dean Williams - Guitar: Modupe Onilu - Percussion: Anthony Woodroffe Jr - Sax/Flute. Michael Low Chew Tung - Producer.

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Nigel A. Campbell

TriniJazz is accomplished!
Michael “Ming “ Low Chew Tung, founder and leader of jazz collective, elan parle is the architect of 21st century jazz recording and performance in Trinidad and Tobago, following on from mentors like Clive Zanda and Mike Boothman, prolifically producing original music to add to the local canon. Now, he acts as mentor and producer for a new generation of young jazz musicians and singers with a new CD, TriniJazz Project. Polished arrangements and smooth jazz elements shouldn’t suggest any sell-out to the aesthetics of Caribbean luxe tourism or middlebrow leisure culture, but in the hands of the players, Tony Paul (sax), Rodney Alexander (bass), Modupe Onilu (percussion), Dean Williams (guitar) and smoky voiced chanteuse Vaughnette Bigford these ten tunes are a celebration of how we sing, dance and live in these islands. The reframed calypsoes of Bigford, the rhythmic pulse of Onilu, and the improvised joy by the others say “trinijazz” is the definition of accomplished.
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