Jimmy Masters | When Trees Speak

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When Trees Speak

by Jimmy Masters

This recording will take you by surprise. Interesting and diverse, and derived from strong jazz roots, this music paints a picture of a life lived through all genres of acoustic jazz and time spent in the world of the contemporary singer/songwriter.
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz
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1. Fair With Me, Fair With You
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2. More Than Two, It's Five
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3. Alone in the Field
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4. Nightwalk
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5. Nothing for Certain
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4:43 $0.99
6. A Flock of Blackbirds
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7. The Storm
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8. Special Ones
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9. Shaggy's Delight
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10. The Water Is Wide
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Album Notes
This recording, while led by a bass player, is not a bass record. It reflects all of the influences that have shaped Jimmy Masters' music over the last 30 years. From straight-ahead acoustic jazz to spacial odd-meters to the wonderful combination of spoken word and acoustic bass together, to the world of the contemporary singer/songwriters, this recording is intended to tell a story from the first song to the last. Beginning with a lush Latin groove and a dynamic quintet performance, and ending with a deep, pensive piano/bass duo performing an Elizabethan-era love song played in the style of a beautiful church spiritual, this album takes you through a lifetime of music and opens the mind to infinite possibilities. The performances are stellar and the musicianship is of the highest caliber. The recording quality and sonic resonance and clarity shows a particular attention to detail in the production of the music as well. Overall a first class effort from a seasoned artist, and one you should hear.


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