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by Alan Jones

Original creative new jazz/funk/world music/with a dose of classical voice, composed and performed by Alan Jones for the brilliant stage production SPIRITS, written and directed by Michael Curry, the award-winning co-designer of Broadway's "The Lion King"
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. Overture
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2. The Arrival
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3. Hawka
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4. Ghost Hunters
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5. Martial Hoedown
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6. The New Phisics
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7. Lost Ghost
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8. Sherpa
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9. Pyre
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10. Spectre 21
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11. Spectre 12
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12. Spectre 43
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13. Spectre 34
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14. Stories of Hope
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Album Notes
Michael Curry's SPIRITS, comes alive with the original music of drummer/composer Alan Jones. An Oregon native, Alan ranks as one of America's most creative and powerful new jazz composers.

From simple folklore to the rich, rhythmically complex... SPIRITS delivers a musical enigma, piquing the curiosity of every listener

"The theatrical event SPIRITS is a live presentation fusing music, dance, puppetry, story and illusion." Says creator, director and designer Michael Curry. And, while the music was written for dance, with a clear image and essence of movement, each piece stands alone as a musical composition. Alan Jones comments, "Fascinating experience to write [music] for movement and for the concept of another artist [Michael Curry]. The process itself was a creative expression...challenging, intriguing."

It's raw, pure melody gives way to a depth so compelling it captures your very spirit. It's all about feeling...and there is a particular piece that is all about joy... a feeling that stays with you. It draws you in, and with your consent, seduces you to another world. It's a song that stays with you throughout the day; it is the "Stories of Hope".

And then there is, "Lost Ghost." A song meant to connect us with a different world - the world of the child. And to crank things up a bit, listen to "Martial Hoedown" a confrontation between the inhabitants of heaven and hell, a song that demands your attention and your sense of rhythm. We invite you to delve into the world of SPIRITS, and discover the power and emotion which exudes from this diverse compilation.


"The theatrical event, SPIRITS, is a live presentation fusing music, dance, puppetry, story, and illusion.
Initially Alan was recommended as a drummer in the ensemble. I interviewed him, and in five minutes, my genius alarm started going off.
The initial power exuded from Alan on that day is infused within this music.
Writing music for theatrical storytelling is both full of possibilities and limitations. My work as show director was to allow Alan's prolific internal signals to burst out, then glue them to the shows conceptual core.
Five sleepless months later, Alan, 20 pounds lighter, presented his work to me, the ensemble, and now to the audience."

-Michael Curry



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There are only two kinds of music:good music (music that opens your mind) and ...others bad.Alan jones stands here firmly where music speaks for itself!

CD Baby

With a focus on the thoughtful construction of atmosphere, the delicate and subtle creation of a contained mood, Alan Jones has once again exceeded the norm with his highly-evolved harmonic sense, his emotional approach to blending jazz and classical elements. his ear for world music color and an overall lack of genre limits. From bringing in the berimbau to classical voice, to organ to ethnic percussion and other vibrant suprises, this album will keep your on your toes. Let the walls around the jazz genre fall.