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SOURCE: Published: 2013-09-20
The Jost Project All About Jazz members are invited to enter the Dot Time Records “The Jost Project - Can't Find My Way Home“ giveaway contest starting today. We'll select FIVE winners at the conclusion of the contest on October 20th.

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About The Jost Project and Can't Find My Way Home

The Jost Project, made up of internationally renowned vibraphonist Tony Miceli, vocalist/harmonicist Paul Jost and bassist Kevin MacConnell, is getting raves about their new CD Can’t Find My Way Home released by Dot Time Records, the jazz and world music label based in NY and Europe. Playing classic rock in a jazz format, they hope to reach a whole new generation of fans in a style that will pull them into the world of jazz.

After hearing the CD, critic Johan van Deeg wrote on the Jazz in Europe website, “The Jost Project is, without a doubt, one of the most creative bands I have heard for years and vocalist Paul Jost one of the best male jazz vocalists that I have heard since Mark Murphy. I just love this CD.” Michael Barbiero, producer/engineer/songwriter, who has worked on projects for such legends as John Lennon, Whitney Houston, Metallica said to the band, “You nailed it totally. This has me positively speechless.”

Songs on the CD are: 'Walk This Way' (Aerosmith); 'Kashmir' (Led Zeppelin); 'In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida' (Iron Butterfly), 'What a Day For a Day Dream' (John Sebastian; Loving Spoonful); 'Sunshine Superman' (Donovan); 'Come Together' and 'And I Love Her' (The Beatles); 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' (Simon and Garfunkel); 'Maybe I’m Amazed' (Paul McCartney); and 'Can’t Find My Way Home' (Blind Faith). (Click here to read more.)


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