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The Jones Boys is an album coordinated by Leonard Feather that includes trumpeter Thad Jones, pianist Jimmy Jones, bassist Eddie Jones and drummer Jo Jones together with Reunald Jones, Quincy Jones on 4 tracks which was recorded in early 1957 and first launched on the Period label.[1][2][3] The album was reissued on CD on Original Jazz Classics in 1999.

Allmusic’s Ken Dryden famous, “The Jones Boys was a session conceived by Leonard Feather that includes quite a lot of musicians named “Jones,” although none of them are associated … a rhythm part consisting of pianist Jimmy Jones, bassist Eddie Jones, and drummer Jo Jones. Thad Jones’ muted trumpet carries a swinging model of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “No Other Love,” adopted by a lush interpretation of “You Leave Me Breathless” and the trumpeter’s tasty authentic “Blues for the Joneses.” The considerably obscure trumpeter Reunald Jones (finest recognized for his part work within the bands of Count Basie, Chick Webb, and Don Redman) and Quincy Jones (heard on flügelhorn) be a part of Thad Jones on a number of alternatives, together with Quincy’s fireworks-filled “The Jones Bash” and the funky blues “Jones Beach””.[4]

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