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  John Paul Jones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Paul Jones was born John Paul in 1747 in the Stewarty of Kirkcudbright on the southern coast of Scotland.
Jones accepted the honor, and desired the title to be used thereafter: when the Continental Congress in 1787 resolved that a medal of gold be struck in commemoration of his "valor and brilliant services" it was to be presented to "Chevalier John Paul Jones".
John Paul Jones' marble and bronze sarcophagus at the USNA
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 John Paul Jones (musician) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Baldwin (born January 3, 1946 in Sidcup, London), better known by his stage name John Paul Jones, is an English musician and was the bassist and the keyboardist for Led Zeppelin from its inception until the band's breakup following the death of John Bonham in 1980.
Jones learned his keyboard skills from his father, Joe Baldwin, who was a pianist and arranger for big bands in the 40s and 50s, notably with the Ambrose Orchestra.
John Paul Jones' first solo recording was a single for Pye Records in April 1964 which featured "A Foggy Day in Vietnam".
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/John_Paul_Jones_(musician)   (1721 words)

 John Paul Jones' Mellotron
John Paul Jones' skills at arranging were put to great use for the studio tracks "Stairway To Heaven" and "The Rain Song." On "Stairway To Heaven," the song begins with four overdubbed recorders (wooden flutes) that add a beautiful chamber ensemble to Jimmy Page's single guitar intro.
Jones used the Mk.II for the beautiful string arrangements in "The Rain Song" from Houses of the Holy.
Jones explains, "To walk up to the Mellotron, not knowing if it was going to be in tune or what it was going to do, was a terrifying experience!" Indeed, many Mellotrons had badly designed motor control cards.
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 John Paul Jones - Biography - AOL Music
One of the founding members of the legendary group Led Zeppelin, John Paul Jones started life on January 3, 1946, in London, England.
In 1968, Jones was chosen by Jimmy Page to help put together a new group that would be known as Led Zeppelin.
In less than a dozen years, Jones, as a member of Zeppelin, made one movie, recorded nine full-length albums that gave the world of rock & roll something to think over, and completed close to 30 exhausting tours.
music.aol.com /artist/john-paul-jones/35842/biography   (410 words)

 Urban Dictionary: John Paul Jones
John Paul's musical talent pertains not only to the bass guitar, but also the mandolin and keyboards.
The founder of the navy, not to be confused with the Led Zeppelin bassist.
John Paul Jones the navy guy is greater than the bassist John Paul Jones.
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 CD Reviews: John Paul Jones and John Popper (NY Rock)
It's a curious thing; if someone gave you the new CD from former Led Zeppelin bass player John Paul Jones, you'd expect it to be heavy on the bass, and chock full of dinosaur-rock type tunes.
Jones plays a variety of instruments, including 4, 10, and 12-string basses, even a bass lap steel, with several cuts featuring just him and a drummer.
Paul Leary rips in with heavy descending chords and ultimately, what the liner notes refer to as a "sick guitar solo." No need to check the map; you're in metal land now.
www.nyrock.com /reviews99/john_john.htm   (723 words)

 SeacoastNH.com - Captain Jones -- Pirate or Patriot?
John Paul later produced eye witness testimony that the crewman died, not of his wounds, but of yellow fever while on another ship.
Assuming the name John Jones, he arrived in the colonies in 1774 with the expressed intent of becoming a Virginia farmer after his name was cleared and his money reclaimed.
Jones, he says, was showing his allegiance to the cause of liberty by raising an emblem that was half British, half American.
seacoastnh.com /Maritime_History/John_Paul_Jones/Captain_Jones_--_Pirate_or_Patriot?   (1562 words)

 The Keyboards of John Paul Jones
John Paul Jones is one of the world's most admired rock musicians.
John Paul Jones is obviously recognized as a bass player, since much of Led Zeppelin's music displays his brilliant bass work.
With John Paul Jones' essential contributions, this quartet would go on to become one of the most successful bands of all time.
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 John Paul Jones - Uncyclopedia
Jones accepted, but refused to sign a deal with the Devil as the others did.
While all members of Led Zeppelin had a reputation as party animals, Jones was seen as the professional member of the group, as his excesses never hindered his performance.
He died in 2001, but continues to release his work from beyond the grave by possessing the body of notorious Rock N Roll musician, Eminem.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/John_Paul_Jones   (322 words)

 Words by Arthur Durkee | Reviews
John Paul Jones has had a long and distinguished career as a composer, bassist, session ace, arranger, musical director, film and television composer, and producer and engineer for bands as diverse as Ben E. King and the Butthole Surfers.
He was affable and modest, a musician’s musician who sincerely enjoys working with a wide range of people in a wide number of styles.
Jones, he was in Hamburg, Germany, preparing for the opening European leg of a tour that would also take in the U.S. The occasion was the release of his new album in collaboration with vocalist Diamanda Galas, The Sporting Life [Mute Records], featuring 10 tracks of ear-bending and mind-splitting, Marquis de Sadean rock ‘n’ roll.
www.arthurdurkee.net /jpjones.html   (2787 words)

 john paul jones (the bass player)
By the summer of 1968, John Paul Jones was highly respected by fellow musicians though completely unknown to the public, and presumably he was making a good living.
But this isn't the be all and end all, even for a married man with two young daughters, and he was on the lookout for a new challenge.
Now John Paul Jones is unquestionably an incredible arranger and musician - he didn't need me for a job.
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 CANOE -- JAM! Music - Artists - Jones, John Paul: Now And Zep   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
It was Jones who devised the string and mellotron sections on Kashmir, he who broadened the band's sound by adding everything from mandolin to organ to synthesizers, he who wrote one of heavy metal's greatest riffs (Black Dog), and he who laid down some of the best, most melodic bass lines in rock music.
Jones came to a personal crossroads that same year, after hitting the road for the first time since 1980 with Galas on her world tour: "I decided, 'I've been on everybody else's records.
Jones plans to tour North America in late spring or early summer, once again with backup musicians Terl Bryant (on drums) and Nick Beggs (on Chapman stick).
jam.canoe.ca /Music/Artists/J/Jones_John_Paul/2002/03/17/746412.html   (2207 words)

 CD Baby: JOHN PAUL JONES: Shiny Eyes
JOHN PAUL JONES is a thirty-year veteran of the music industry.
John plays and writes country, rock, soleful blues, classical, and jazz melodies.At Jones's early teenage years, he traveled throughout the United States with his younger brother Tom Jones on drums.
John Paul Jones is staying focused on his charity work supporting organizations in need of help.
www.cdbaby.com /cd/johnpauljones   (395 words)

John Paul Jones contributes a short classical piece for the Brighton Youth Orchestra and Choir at the Brighton Dome on May 22.
John Paul Jones will be performing throughout the US this summer as a guest performer with a project called the Mutual Admiration Society.
John has been invited as a very special guest to join the band on this tour performing their material.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Jones, John Paul   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Jones, John Paul JONES, JOHN PAUL [Jones, John Paul] 1747-92, American naval hero, b.
Early Life John Paul went to sea when he was 12, and his youth was adventure-filled.
Whitehaven was attacked by John Paul Jones in 1778 and by a German submarine in 1918.
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 Information about Led Zeppelin
John Paul Jones was born as John Baldwin on January 3, 1946 in Sidcup, Kent U.K. Although overall arguably the most talented member of Led Zeppelin, John Paul Jones rarely received as much credit as he deserved.
John Paul Jones can be heard playing the catchy bass guitar lines on songs such as "The Ocean" or Whole Lotta of Love," strumming the mandolin in "Going to California," or dominating the keyboards in "In the Evening" or "Kashmir." John Paul Jones especially liked the diversity of Led Zeppelin's members and their music.
John Henry Bonham was born on May 31, 1948, in Redditch, England.
www.arches.uga.edu /~bergerbs/zeppelin.html   (722 words)

 John Paul Jones - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
John Paul Jones - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Jones, John Paul (naval officer), original name John Paul (1747-1792), American naval officer, born on July 6, 1747, in Kirkcudbright, Scotland.
Search for books about your topic, "John Paul Jones"
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 John Paul Jones Chat Transcript
John Paul Jones:  Yes, it certainly surprised me! There's a funny little bit where Robert and I seem to be doing some strange Martian dance together.
John Paul Jones:  Well, I don't know about America but in England it seems to be harking back to the 60s a lot.
John Paul Jones:  Yes, that's why I went out with Diamanda Galas and that's why I'm going out as soon as my record is released.
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 John Paul Jones - (Concert Review - 11/24/94)
Jones has always been one of the most open-minded musicians and playing with Diamanda Galas is not what most Led Zeppelin fans would expect.
Jones' heavy riffs were very reminiscent of his Zeppelin days and some songs sounded like they were from the Presence era in 1976.
After fourteen years, it appears that John Paul Jones is the only one of the remaining members of Zeppelin that carries on doing what the band was all about - the music: constantly growing and taking it in new directions, not backwards.
www.led-zeppelin.com /emjpj2.html   (592 words)

 John Paul Jones
Jones has once again been touring, this time opening up for King Crimson on their recent tour of the States.
I suggested to John that 'Zooma' was exactly the sort of riff-laden album that Zeppelin fans would lap up and that the new album had a much wider spectrum of sounds and explored different musicalavenues.
John told me that these were the first lyrics he'd written for some years.
www.globalbass.com /archives/mar2002/john_paul_jones.htm   (2763 words)

 LED ZEPPELIN - JOHN PAUL JONES INTERVIEW in THE iZINE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Jones acknowledges that performing on BBC programs such as "Top Gear," "Chris Grant's Tasty Pop Sundae," "One Night Stand" and "In Concert" were major gigs for rock bands.
Jones says these were songs done mostly "for fun," but that in the early days of the band they also served a more pragmatic purpose.
Jones says the idea for "BBC Sessions" was hatched during the meetings he, Page and Plant regularly have to sort through Led Zeppelin business.
www.thei.aust.com /music3/zep.html   (1072 words)

 KNAC.COM - Features - Getting the Led Out: An John Paul Jones Interview
JOHN PAUL: What I used to do on the tour before, I played an instrumental version of "Going to California" on the mandolin, and I used to team [those two songs].
JOHN PAUL: What happened was, halfway through what was basically going to be an instrumental album, but was also a continuation from Zooma I decided it'd be really nice to have voices (laughs).
JOHN PAUL: Well it's just that they haven't bothered to look further than me. I mean, I'm just lower down the food chain than somebody else is. It just depends on how far you want to go back, really.
www.knac.com /article.asp?ArticleID=646&StartTime=4/2/2002+2:24:03+PM   (4744 words)

 Ink 19 :: John Paul Jones
When John Bonham died (I think I was 12 or 13 at the time), Led Zeppelin broke up, and I never got a chance to see them in concert.
A couple of months ago, I got the word that Jones was going to be in town doing some press for his second solo album, the follow up to 1999's Zooma, and I wasted no time in securing a spot on his agenda.
Musicians these days, they don't seem to do that anymore, and bring it all into the mix.
www.ink19.com /issues/april2002/interviews/johnPaulJones.html   (4169 words)

John P Zep: A lot of bass players from a lot of different styles of music To name a few...James Jameson from motown,Duck Dunne (booker t and the mgs)and some of the great jazz players such as charles mingus John P Zep: and Scott LaFaro.
John P Zep: Well, I don't know about America but in England it seems to be harking back to the 60s a lot.As I was on most of teh stuff on the 60s that they took it all form I can't say that I'm happy to hear it all again.
John P Zep: Really, a reaction to what Jimmy was playing on acoustic guitar I think he had already started writing it with robert when they were away in their cottage in Wales and Jimmy had lots of different part sof it which we put together, the two of us at Hedley Grange
www.stryder.de /jpj_aol.html   (1976 words)

 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for John Paul Jones (musician)
John Paul Jones's Birth, Arrival in Annapolis Marked
He wasn't invited to Zep reunion, but John Paul Jones has his own gig.
Agony that lies behind triumph of a virtuoso; Life can be good even when your kidneys fail, as a talented musician re veals to Women's Editor BRYONY JONES during the first National Kidney Awareness campaign.
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 John Paul Jones Part Two
The electric field is reforming itself in small parts of the field, a few at a time, and eventually evolve the entire aura to represent essential conditions consistent with pure and undelegated power.
The soft metallic 'structure' is similar to the framework of an evaporating bubble [larger bubbles created with liquid soap, wire hangers, and afternoon light are easiest to study.] Blueprints of several subtle energy envelopes are cooperative; they can be compatible, exactly superimposed, and connected together.
John Paul Jones would come to recode his destiny path with a similar energy field as art ascribes for the Anima Mundi.
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