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" Have I Told You Lately"
"Here's to LIfe

"In a setting as intimate as your living room, this duo fuses their experience and chops to sell a song like few others have the knack to do.  Reveling in being off the beaten path, this is one of those connoisseur dates you don’t have to have your nose in the air to enjoy".

CHRIS SPECTOR, Editor and Publisher 
Midwest Record

"Come Rain or Come Shine"
"I Ain't Just a Pretty Face"

"I Thought About You" is a collection of the artists' favorite standards including "It's All Right with Me", "Can''t Help Loving Dat' Man of Mine" and "Come Rain or Come Shine".

"....she gives each one (song) her own fresh interpretation filled with sincere emotions and understanding

Jazz writer and critic Scott Yannow

"Caravan"
"Too Marvelous for Words"

Watson-Jones is a swinging singer who has a sultry way of expressing herself in the grand tradition of the Jazz vocalist.
 
Cadence Magazine

When you sum it up, " One More Year is a wonderful excursion for Joan Watson-Jones  BRAVO!    -  Metronome Magazine

Among the highlights "Caravan" and the swinging "Blue Skies"
O's Place Jazz Newsletter

It's the album in a nutshell: a fragile voice doing powerful things...Joan more than meets the standard.   
 
Green Mountain Jazz Messenger

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