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E.J. by Brent Jensen

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Album Title: One More Mile
Label: Origin Records
Released: 2007

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Idaho-based saxophonist Brent Jensen collaborates with long-time Seattle friends drummer John Bishop, bassist Jeff Johnson and pianist Bill Anschell on his 5th recording for Origin Records. From the freewheeling improvised "Punt" to Anschell's extremely melodic title cut, the group explores different avenues of modern jazz while always maintaining their dynamic and cohesive group aesthetic. Other selections include Anschell's creative reworkings of "Birk's Works" and "Sweet and Lovely," standards such as "Beatrice" and "Alone Together," and originals by Johnson and Anschell.

Track Listing

Sweet and Lovely; E.J.; Birks

Personnel

Brent Jensen
Brent Jensen

saxophone

Additional Personnel

Brent Jensen: soprano saxophone; Bill Anschell: piano; Jeff Johnson: bass; John Bishop: drums.

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December 10, 2007

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