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His fourth recording as a leader, Dance Like There s No Tomorrow, is a joyous affair, harnessing music's power to make us forget our troubles in the face of uncertain times. Here, Ellis debuts a band he calls Double Wide, featuring Matt Perrine on tuba, Gary Versace on organ and Jason Marsalis on drums. The album draws its spirit from the South where Ellis was raised, and in particular, his former stomping ground, New Orleans. Ellis proclivity for pastoral melodies is also well-represented on compositions like Tattoed Teen Waltzes with Grandma and Dream and Mosh. Ellis surmises the heart of this landmark recording
Saxophonist John Ellis’ new album, Dance Like There’s No Tomorrow, opens with the low rumble of a sousaphone followed by the swell of a church organ and the rattle of tambourine. In just those few seconds there’s a clear indication that something wholly sanctified is about to transpire. Enter John’s deep, soulful tenor moan and as the song’s title declares, everyone is bound to be All Up In The Aisles. Although he’d played with the three musicians in previous configurations, the actual Double-Wide quartet went into the studio without ever having previously performed together as a unit. It’s a testament to Ellis’ idea for the record that the results completely transcended everyone’s expectations. Ellis elaborates: For the longest time, I’ve been wanting to make a record with sousaphone, and with Matt Perrine in particular.
John Ellis' Dance Like There's No Tomorrow is a great deal of fun. The unusual instrumentation of saxophone, accordion or organ and drums is propelled by the tireless sousaphone playing of Matt Perrine. Ellis' originals, which include such wacky songtitles as "Trash Bash," "Tattooed Teen Waltzes with Grandma" and "Three-Legged Tango in Jackson Square" often contain music as colorful as the titles.
2008: Dance Like There's No Tomorrow (John Ellis & Double Wide). 2010: Puppet Mischief (John Ellis & Double Wide). 2012: It's You I Like. 2015: Charm (John Ellis & Double Wide) the addition of out-of-towners like Dr. Lonnie Smith, Eric Krasnow, Karl Denson, Will Bernard, and John Ellis brought i. .Saxophonist Ellis in particular epitomized this movement with his group, Doublewide, which included New Orleanians ".
Dance Like There's No Tomorrow" is a dance-pop song by American singer Paula Abdul. It was Abdul's first single release in nearly twelve years. The single was produced by DEEKAY and Randy Jackson and appears on his album Randy Jackson's Music Club, Vol. 1. The song was written by Lil' Eddie, Shae Patrick Skinner and Eritza Laues. The track was produced by DEEKAY and Randy Jackson. Additional vocal production was done by Oliver Leiber. Abdul sings in breathy vocals over an uptempo electronic beat
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John Ellis is widely recognized as one of New York’s premiere tenor saxophone voices. John has released nine albums as a leader, three of those featuring his wildly popular New Orleans-centered band Double-Wide. Dance Like There's No Tomorrow.
|1||All Up In The Aisles||8:48|
|3||Dream And Mosh||8:36|
|4||I Miss You Molly||7:23|
|5||Three-Legged Tango In Jackson Square||6:14|
|6||Tattoed Teen Waltzes With Grandma||8:50|
|7||Zydeco Clowns On The Lam||5:42|
|9||Dance Like There's No Tomorrow||6:46|
- Accordion, Organ – Gary Versace
- Bass Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – John Ellis
- Drums – Jason Marsalis
- Sousaphone – Matt Perrine