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"Song of the Open Road" by Jenny Scheinman

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12 Songs
Record Label: Cryptogramophone
By Jenny Scheinman
Released: 2005

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About the Album

Guitarist Bill Frisell joins violinist Jenny Scheinman on her fourth CD as a leader. 12 Songs features Frisell's unique guitar sound and Jenny's mysterioso fiddling as they weave jazz, world music and Americana into rich tapestries of sound. Scheinman, who has recorded with Norah Jones and tours with Bill Frisell's band, is joined by cornetist Ron Miles and a cast of highly acclaimed New York musicians on a sepia-toned journey, equal parts old-world and contemporary.

Track Listing

The Frog Threw His Head Back and Laughed; Song of the Open Road; Moe Hawk; Sleeping in the Aquifer; The Buoy Song; She Couldn't Believe It Was True; Suza; Little Calypso; Satelite; Antenna; Albert; June 21.

Personnel

Jenny Scheinman: violin; Ron Miles: cornet; Doug Weselman: clarinets; Bill Frisell: guitar; Rachelle Garniez: accordion, piano, claviola; Tim Luntzel: bass; Don Reiser: drums.

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Date featured

December 6, 2005

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