So not JAZZ by Marcia Sloane and Todd Walton
SO not JAZZ features songs for guitar, cello, piano, and voice that Marcia and Todd performed on their 2009 concert tour. This recording aims to capture the exuberance of those live shows as well as Marcia’s entrancing improvisations. Four instrumentals and five songs with vocals.
- A little traveling music.
- So Not Jazz
- So named by guitarist Todd Novak when he heard the guitar part, and before Marcia had her way with the tune.
- Always Love
- I give to you, you give to me,
We plant the seeds to keep the garden growing.
- Goody’s Song
- Based on a poem written by Todd’s grandmother when she was eighty years old. Hearing the song, Goody proclaimed, “Oh, if we can only get that to Johnny Mathis all our troubles will be over.”
- Samba For Mooli
- Dedicated to the memory of our dear friend Juliette White.
- Here In The Heart
- Here in the heart of mountains, rivers are yesterday’s snow.
We hide from the laws of men, to learn what we need to know.
- Precious Dream
- Campaign song for our ideal candidate for any office.
- On The Way Home
- A solo piano version accompanied D.R. Wagner reading Promise Me and was the soundtrack for Robert Smith’s documentary about homeless people. Marcia added the cello part to make the song a pas de deux.
- As I fumble for the words, you will start to move away.
May I ask you please to stay, while I think of what to say.
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Here's Garth Hagerman's nature video featuring “On the Way Home” as the soundtrack: