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"There Was A Time" by Jennifer Salisbury

From the album

Unspoken Rule
Record Label: Self Produced
By Jennifer Salisbury
Released: 2017
Duration: 00.40.1

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Fiona's Comments

Forever in the moment, Australia's vintage jazz vocalist Jennifer Salisbury summons some heyday, light theatrical schmooze. Substantial and supportive band solos throughout.

About the Album

This original jazz tune is a beautiful song describing the time spent thinking about the one you love. Let go as Jen and her stellar jazz band guide you through a world of vintage soundscapes and bittersweet emotions. Intrigue - Romance - Desire - Love - Heartbreak - Despair - Hope and everything, in fact, that makes life worth living. This is the story of ‘Unspoken Rule’, a jazz project built around the endless ramifications of love, as narrated through Jennifer Salisbury’s songs. Jen Salisbury: voice; James Mustafa: trumpet, flugelhorn; Aaron Rodriguez: baritone sax; Trent Howard: tenor sax; Samual O'Halloran: guitar; Hiroki Hoshino: double bass; Tim Clifton: drums; Selene Messinis: piano.

Track Listing

Mr Fix - it #1 You've Changed #2 Baby I'm Sorry #3 There was a time #4 I wish your kiss #5 Washing line #6 My middle name is moderation #7 Web of gold #8 Red red robin #9 Unspoken Rule #10

Personnel

Voice: Jennifer Salisbury; Trumpet/Flugelhorn/Arrangements: James Mustafa; Guitar: Samuel O'Halloran; Piano: Selene Messinis; Tenor Saxophone: Trent Howard; Baritone Saxophone: Aaron Rodriguez; Double Bass: Hiroki Hoshino; Drums: Timothy Clifton.

Date featured

May 4, 2017

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