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Shoebox View

by Naomi Moon Siegel

An instrumental album with folk melodies, fantastical soundscapes and interlocking arrangements featuring the lyrical trombone playing of Naomi Moon Siegel.
Genre: Jazz: Chamber Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Jeannine's Joy
3:57 album only
2. It's Not Safe
3:55 album only
3. Casa De Aves
4:35 album only
4. Ukelady
3:18 album only
5. Punta Uva
5:53 album only
6. Ever Yes
4:32 album only
7. Brown, Grey, Orange, Green
3:00 album only
8. Electric Flower
4:32 album only
9. Mama Sanchaba
4:31 album only
10. Mañana, Mañana
5:19 album only


Album Notes
“Siegel’s globetrotting reveals itself on Shoebox View, a debut album that’s at once personal and polyglot. The disc seduces immediately with the soulful “Jeannine’s Joy,” on which she layers multiple trombone harmonies and melodic riffs atop Thione Diop’s evocative Senegalese percussion…”
—John Murph, Downbeat Magazine

“Shoebox View, Siegel’s marvelous debut, is one that the record companies should be kicking themselves over, for the missed opportunity to bring a fresh talent to light. Siegel has found her voice…. it is a remarkably cohesive statement. Siegel works the studio like an old pro…. She’s added intricate effects on “Casa de Aves.” Throughout Wurlitzers sparkle, synthesizers paint gentle washes of pastels, world percussion percolates. In a way, Siegel seems to be doing—in a folk song, world beat, African rhythms arena—what Miles Davis and Teo Macero did with funk and acid jazz on On The Corner (Columbia Records, 1972), with, in Siegel and company’s case, a gentler, more patient, and more melodic mode. The sounds around her may change, but the trombone remains a constant—a powerful yet gentle voice in the middle of a vibrant world community.”
—Dan McClenaghan, AllAboutJazz.Com

“Naomi Moon Siegel is a composer and trombonist of intuitive conception and thoughtfully focused execution, whose skillful presence has graced the bandstand with a wide variety of Seattle’s most creative musicians…. Shoebox View is an aural balm that satisfies the body and soul, while still providing grit and diversion for the brain.”
—Andrew Luthringer, Earshot Jazz Magazine

“Siegel has assembled a group with an ambience directed by both the compositions and the musicians who each have a voice in the flow of the music. Her uncommonly appealing writing has a subtle emotional depth that engages across genres and projects a rich, spacious sound. Shoebox View is a different musical experience and an impressive debut for this talented artist.”
—Karl Ackermann, AllAboutJazz.com

“On one hand, you have accessible melodies and concise songs by Naomi Moon Siegel that feel like easy going folk and indie tunes. But then, because she features herself on the trombone, piano and keyboard along with a wide range of eclectic guests, there is a bohemian jazz vibe here as well.”
—George W. Harris, Jazz Weekly

“The mixes on Naomi Moon Siegel’s June 17 album, Shoebox View, are nothing short of astounding and uniquely inventive.”
—Carol Banks Weber, axs.com

"Simply gorgeous music. That was my first thought when listening to Shoebox View, Naomi Moon Siegel's excellent debut solo album."
-–Stefan Wood, Free Jazz Blog



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