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James DeJoie

James DeJoie
Country
United States
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James DeJoie is an American woodwind player and composer. Member of Moraine and leader of his own group, known variously as the James DeJoie Quartet, Joie Tet, and Joiephonic.
Website
http://www.joiemusic.com
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Releases on file (18)
Jeff Greinke — Before Sunrise Jeff Greinke — Before Sunrise
(Spotted Peccary SPM-3701, 2018, CD)
Dennis Rea Tanabata Ensemble — Black River Transect Dennis Rea Tanabata Ensemble — Black River Transect
(Scoobietracks no#, 2016, CD)
Rik Wright's Fundamental Forces — Subtle Energy Rik Wright's Fundamental Forces — Subtle Energy
(HipSync , 2016, CD)
Zhongyu — Zhongyu Is Chinese for Finally Zhongyu — Zhongyu Is Chinese for Finally
(Moonjune MJR078, 2016, CD)
Rik Wright's Fundamental Forces — Green Rik Wright's Fundamental Forces — Green
(HipSync , 2015, CD)
Zubatto Syndicate — Zubatto Syndicate 2 Zubatto Syndicate — Zubatto Syndicate 2
(Boscology BOS-SZ-002CD, 2015, CD)
Alex's Hand — Alex's Hand Presents: The Roaches Alex's Hand — Alex's Hand Presents: The Roaches
((Not on label) no#, 2014, DL)
Moraine — Groundswell Moraine — Groundswell
(Moonjune MJR066, 2014, CD)
Rik Wright's Fundamental Forces — Red Rik Wright's Fundamental Forces — Red
(HipSync 88295133975, 2014, CD)
Rik Wright's Fundamental Forces — Blue Rik Wright's Fundamental Forces — Blue
(HipSync 8-84501-94011-5, 2013, CD)
Moraine — Metamorphic Rock Moraine — Metamorphic Rock
(Moonjune MJR040, 2012, CD)
Zubatto Syndicate — Zubatto Syndicate Zubatto Syndicate — Zubatto Syndicate
(Boscology BOS-SZ-001, 2011, CD)
Joie Tet — All Structures Unstable Joie Tet — All Structures Unstable
((Not on label) no#, 2010, CD)
Various Artists — Conversations: Keyboard and Chamber Music by John Bilotta and David Gaines Various Artists — Conversations: Keyboard and Chamber Music by John Bilotta and David Gaines
(Navona Records NV5829, 2010, CD)
Rik Wright Sextet — Sunrise Pixels Rik Wright Sextet — Sunrise Pixels
((Not on label) no#, 2008, CD)
Rik Wright Quintet — After the Storm Rik Wright Quintet — After the Storm
(HipSync HSG06-001, 2006, CD)
Rik Wright's Zen Tornado — Zen Tornado Rik Wright's Zen Tornado — Zen Tornado
((Not on label) no#, 2004, CD)
Rik Wright 4tet — Polymorphism Rik Wright 4tet — Polymorphism
(HipSync HSG03-017, 2003, CD)

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