Christopher Mark Jones | Suburban 2-Step

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Suburban 2-Step

by Christopher Mark Jones

A third album of contemporary folk and Americana from this gifted songwriter. A dozen musicians contribute to the sonic tapestry.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Home At Last
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2. The Numbers
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3. High
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4. Autumn Song
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5. Roseland
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6. Montreal Again
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7. Mrs. Pennington
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8. Drivin'
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9. Suburban 2-Step
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10. Hoop Dreams
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11. Rock County Line
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12. The World Rolls On
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
CMJ's third album of original songs expands his thematic repertoire with songs about the suburban experience, including the reality of being alone in big houses (Mrs. Pennington), charming neighborhood dysfunction (Suburban 2-Step), and the enduring dream of homeownership (Home At Last). In between are some bluesy numbers (Roseland and Hoop Dreams) and a renewal of Midwestern themes (Rock County Line). A dozen musicians add color and light, with everything from Cuban tres to saxophone, with Jones himself contributing guitars, piano, organ and string arrangements.


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