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Do You Hear What I Hear by Paul Jones

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Album Title: Do You Hear What I Hear
Label: Outside in Music
Released: 2019

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Outside in Music artist and saxophonist Paul Jones recently released a new single just in time for the holidays, “Do You Hear What I Hear”. The single, which is a creative, modern arrangement of the classic holiday tune, features Paul Jones on Tenor Sax, along with Phil Markowitz on Piano, Linda Oh on Bass, and Clarence Penn on Drums. This same quartet is also featured on Paul Jones’ full album, Let’s Get Tropical.

Track Listing

Do You Hear What I Hear

Personnel

Paul Jones
Paul Jones

saxophone, tenor

Additional Personnel

Paul Jones: Tenor Sax; Phil Markowitz: Piano; Linda Oh: Bass; Clarence Penn: Drums

Date featured

December 25, 2020

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