Album: You're Not the Bossa Me, You're Not the Bossa Me. Release year: 2014. Marti Jones - How I Became an Existential 02:53. Marti Jones - The Ghost On Every Corner 03:16. Album: You're Not the Bossa Me. Marti Jones: best 2 tracks. Don Dixon, Marti Jones, Marti Jones & Don Dixon - Walk Outside Living Stereo, 2011 02:36. Marti Jones - How I Became an Existential You're Not the Bossa Me, 2014 02:53.
Marti Jones - Keep Me in the Dark 03:18. Marti Jones - You Can't Take Love for Granted 04:17. Marti Jones - I Don't Want Him 03:23. Marti Jones - Each Time 02:41. Living Stereo - Marti Jones, Marti Jones & Don Dixon. You're Not the Bossa Me - Marti Jones. My Tidy Doily Dream - Marti Jones.
Marti Jones and her husband Don Dixon have been working together and putting out great, underappreciated music since 1985. This album continues the tradition, closing with the song A Man From the Past with a reminder of how different relationships and how they were formed were in the past. All the tunes have a cool sound that works as background music when you want to take it easy. You're Not the Bossa Me' attempts the style - which works and doesn't. The songs have the percussion down. Ditto with the horns. The guitars are ok, but not quite authentic, though I don't think they're supposed to be. It is the vocals with which I have one of my bigger issues. Jones has a great alto.
You're Not The Bossa Me. 12 tracks. Marti Jones is a singer and painter originally from Uniontown, Ohio. Jones was initially a member of the band Color Me Gone, who recorded one EP for A&M Records in 1983. Her first solo album, 1985's "Unsophisticated Time" (A&M), was produced by Don Dixon. Jones and Dixon subsequently married, and Dixon continued to produce all of his wife's subsequent albums.
Marti Jones songs download, free online mp3 listen. album: Living Stereo. How I Became an Existential. Trouble Is As Trouble Does. The Ghost On Every Corner. Watching Closely.