Jones’ new album, Day Breaks, includes a song inspired by “Compared to What,” a jazz protest song from the late ’60s, the lyrics of which she says are “still relevant so many years later.”
Hear the husband-and-wife duo join Marian McPartland for a trio version of “Joy Spring” in a 1998 session.
Oliver Jones may be the most famous living jazz pianist you’ve never heard of. But in Canada, Oliver Jones is a champion for jazz — adored in his native Quebec and across the country.
In a 2000 session, hear the innovator in Latin jazz duet with Marian McPartland and play his original compositions “Claudia” and “Mambo Influenciado.”