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Darius JonesBook Of Mae'bul – Another Kind of Sunrise ... CD
Aum Fidelity, 2012. Used ... $9.99
Beautifully sensitive work from saxophonist Darius Jones – a record that features these nicely-building lines on alto sax – played with an offbeat approach to tone! Jones has some very unusual inflections on his horn here – so that even some of the gentler moments still have a nice edge, and resonate strongly next to the careful rhythms from Matt Mitchell on piano, Trevor Dunn on bass, and Ches Smith on drums. Most tunes start a bit slow, and kind of blossom as Jones blows more life into them – taking things to the brink, but never too far outside. Titles include "My Baby", "Roosevelt", "So Sad", "You Have Me Seeing Red", "Winkie", and "The Fagley Blues". CD

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Darius Jones & Matthew ShippDarkseid Recital ... CD
Aum Fidelity, 2014. Used ... $9.99
Really beautiful sounds from altoist Darius Jones and pianist Matthew Shipp – very sensitive work from both musicians, and hardly what you might expect from the Jack Kirby reference in the title! The music is relatively free at points, but has this elliptical quality that's really compelling – almost acoustic loops of sound from both the piano and alto sax – as they stretch out, roll back, and move forward with a wonderful exploration of space and soul. Shipp seems very respectful of Jones in the setting – and titles include "Gardens Of Yivaroth", "Granny Goodness", "Divine Engine", "Life Equation", "Lord Of Woe", and "Celestial Foundation". CD
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Little WomenLung ... CD
Aum Fidelity, 2013. Used ... Just Sold Out!
One long piece from this jazz quartet that includes Darius Jones on alto, Andrew Smiley on guitar, Travis Laplante on tenor, and Jason Nazary on drums – yet a work that's way more gentle and poetic than you might expect! While most other groups might aim for freer noise on a track this long, these guys serve up these beautifully shifting tones and colors – almost a musical accompaniment to a few lovely words about seasonal change on the inside of the package – vivid, but in a subtle way, with some really great interplay between the guitar and saxes. CD
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