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The Blue Guitar Sessions

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Jesse Cook 9/25/2012

Review

Stepping away a bit from his signature rhumba flamenco guitar style on The Blue Guitar Sessions, his eighth studio album, new age guitarist Jesse Cook broadens his canvas with jazzy ballads, soft blues, and smooth, atmospheric instrumental pop to make what is probably his most broadly accessible release to date. There's plenty of his sweet guitar playing here, so fans don't need to worry about that, but on tracks like the dreamy version of "I Put a Spell On You" (which features a languid and sultry vocal from guest Emma-Lee) and the elevator bop jazz piece "Miles Shorter," Cook expands his range into new territories. ~ Steve Leggett
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 I Put a Spell On You Jesse Cook 2:54
  3. 2 Broken Moon Jesse Cook 3:15
  4. 3 Witching Hour Jesse Cook 2:58
  5. 4 Toybox Jesse Cook 2:38
  6. 5 Fields of Blue Jesse Cook 3:16
  7. 6 Miles Shorter Jesse Cook 2:43
  8. 7 Gone Jesse Cook 3:25
  9. 8 Ne Me Quitte Pas Jesse Cook 4:12
  10. 9 Diminished Jesse Cook 3:8
  11. 10 The Road Jesse Cook 3:5
  12. 11 Ocean Blue Jesse Cook 4:16
  13. 12 You Jesse Cook 3:23
  14. 13 When Night Turns to Day Jesse Cook 4:0
  15. 14 Midnight Jesse Cook 3:8

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