Mark Bram | Soundtrack of Life: Crystal Pick II

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Soundtrack of Life: Crystal Pick II

by Mark Bram

Very Trippy. Painting Pictures with sound
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Return Trip
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2. Cavern of Dreams
3:48 $0.99
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3. Stuck in the 80's
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4. 1962 After Hours Jam Session
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5. Tea Party Blues
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6. Missing You
3:54 $0.99
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7. Temple of Time
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8. Rompin' in Dixie
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9. Rioscope
3:40 $0.99
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10. Turmoil
4:25 $0.99
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11. A Ride in the Country
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12. Still Stuck
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13. Silence
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14. Bellbottom Fusefunk
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This was written, played, recorded and mixed in three days. It was painting pictures with sound. Mark Bram, from Ruby Topaz, played all the instruments on this CD. It was recorded using a Roland VS880 eight track digital studio. Except for the drums, all the lead instruments (trumpet, trombone, sax, flute, sitar, banjo, bass, synth, etc.) were all played on the guitar using a Roland guitar synth. There is jazz, blues, ethnic, soundtrack, new age and Dixieland jazz on this. A standup jazz bass player, who has played with many of the great classic jazz artists, said to Mark of "Rompin in Dixie."..."for someone who doesn't play this style, you got it down" and "it sound like different people, with different life experiences playing together; not you playing by yourself." This CD exists as it was written and recorded; in the same order. Mark went into a room without any pre-conceived notion and played a track, then played another and so on, until a song emerged. Then it was on to the next until the whole CD was done. It’s definitely a trip.

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