Jessica Lurie Ensemble Live at Tula's Jazz Club

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Recorded Live at Tula’s, Seattle by Steve Kennedy Williams, October 26, 2015
Mixed by Steve Kennedy Williams
Photo by Chris Davis

Band members:
Jessica Lurie on saxophone, flute, voice and accordion
Bill Horist on guitar
Rene Hart on acoustic bass
Tarik Abouzied on drums

Special guest on violin: Alex Guy

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released December 22, 2016

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Jessica Lurie Ensemble Brooklyn, New York

Boundary defying, Lurie brings her own sound to diverse types of music, mixing jazz, folk, funk, avant-garde, Klezmer & Latin, a coherent, compelling and expansive sound linked by an adventurous attitude. She performs on sax, flute & voice, "...reminiscent of klezmer-jazz and Balkan-jazz hybrids by artists like Steve Bernstein (and) Tim Berne." New CD Megaphone Heart our April 2012 ... more

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Track Name: Once
when i was young the corn it ran high
it reached to the sun and it kissed to the sky
But all that's long gone it's been taken away
to make room for a strip mall and packaged up dreams

I dreamed that he green was the bottom of the sea and the blue sky the ocean covering over me I screamed out your name and the river ran high all the flowers are blooming with a whale swimming by

dreaming dawning careless yawning
i held you once i before the morning light
broke down - before I broke down

the river runs deep and the river runs wild
she took out the town & left the corn beside
If its true what they say
that you reap what you sow
I'll plant us some flowers before we must go

when i was young the corn it ran high
it reached to the sun and it kissed to the sky
If its true what they say that you reap what you sow
I'll plant us some flowers before we must go