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The first time I ever heard Oliver Jones play the piano I could have sworn it had more keys. His latest album entitled "Second Time Around" is no exception. What's more is Mr. Jones surrounds himself with musicians equal to the task - Eric Lagacé on bass and Jim Doxas on drums. The result is hard swinging total group statement. The disc contains 6 originals and 5 standards ranging from a tender rendition of Heyman and Young's "When I Fall in Love" to Jones' can't-help-but-feel-good "Simple Blues". Jones' unpretentious, yet inventive playing culminates in 59 minutes of pure joy. Simply put: Oliver Jones is a jazz giant no matter the tempo, style or era.

-Jonothan Goldman

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Second Time Around

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Broadway 4:35

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When I Fall In Love 6:05

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Simple Blues 8:01

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Museric Waltz 4:34

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D For Doxas 4:31

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Misty 7:13

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Surrey With A Fringe On Top 4:17

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Precious Lord 4:53

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Dizzy-Nest 4:26

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Angel and Mr. Jones 7:16

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Remembering Chris 2:54

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The first time I ever heard Oliver Jones play the piano I could have sworn it had more keys. His latest album entitled "Second Time Around" is no exception. What's more is Mr. Jones surrounds himself with musicians equal to the task - Eric Lagacé on bass and Jim Doxas on drums. The result is hard swinging total group statement. The disc contains 6 originals and 5 standards ranging from a tender rendition of Heyman and Young's "When I Fall in Love" to Jones' can't-help-but-feel-good "Simple Blues". Jones' unpretentious, yet inventive playing culminates in 59 minutes of pure joy. Simply put: Oliver Jones is a jazz giant no matter the tempo, style or era.

-Jonothan Goldman

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