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Doug Jones – Crossing Lines

You’ve had some opportunities to familiarize yourself with Doug Jones’ music. Heart and Soul (1994), Shades Of Gray (2002), Top Down (2013) and Secrets (2016) are his assets. Crossing Lines (2018) makes it even easier for you.

Doug performs on the new album alto and tenor saxophones, flute, keys, and programming. Rick Handville plays electric guitar on the title song, Troy Slocum Hammond organ on Hand Clappin’ and keyboards on Zen Garden. Two friends with whom he has already worked successfully on his earlier productions. Doug has written, arranged, and produced all songs.

It is the special moments in life that makes it worth living. For Doug, that includes Watching the Sunrise and this instant he lives out musically with great emotions.

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Doug Jones – Crossing Lines

Connecticut based saxophonist Doug Jones has already released the albums Heart and Soul (1994), Shades Of Gray (2002), and Top Down (2013). In 2016 followed Secrets.

The new CD, Crossing Lines (2018), is a melodic, Contemporary / Smooth Jazz CD in the style of Dave Koz, Michael Lington and David Sanborn. The first single from the CD to go to National and International Smooth Jazz Radio stations is “Watching The Sunrise”. All songs feature Doug Jones on Alto and Tenor Saxophones. The track “One Flight South” also features Doug Jones on Flute.

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