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by Bob Debruyn Jr

Electric bass improv with digital delay and synthesizer
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Bob deBruyn Jr. began playing guitar at the age of 10.
His older brother, Andy, a guitar player, was forming a
band and needed a bass player, so at the age of 15 Bob
switched to electric bass and played with his brother's
band. His father was stationed in Italy in the military so
Bob and Andy played a lot of gigs at the teen club on the
military base in Naples, Italy.
At the age of 21 Bob returned to the USA to attend college.
He studied music at
Southwestern College, Chula Vista, California, San Jose
City College and Cal State University, Hayward, California.
In college, Bob learned how to play the upright bass and
had a lot of fun playing in various jazz ensembles. Bob especially
enjoyed playing with jazz tenor sax man Bob Kenmotsu. (BOBKENMOTSU.COM)

Bob moved to Tacoma, Washington in 1985 to be close to
his sister Angela, who was stationed at McChord Air Force Base.

In Washington, Bob played electric bass at Tacoma Community
College and North Seattle Community College in their jazz bands. He played upright bass in the Rainier Symphony and PLU Orchestra. In 1993 and 1994, Bob attended Port Townsends' annual Jazz Workshop and Festival.
It was here that Bob got inspired by
David Friesen's bass playing with digital delay.

In 1995 Bob played at the International Folk Life Festival
in Seattle with Blues man, Rusty Chainsaw.

Bob now lives in Federal Way, Washington with his wife Jamie and
daughter Mandy. He mostly plays at home now for his own enjoyment.

This CD was recorded at his home studio.

Bob also has fun creating abstract paintings.
Check out his website at http://debruyn.artgirlstudios.com.

Bob has recently returned to playing guitar with his
blues buddy, Bill Nehl. Check out the 2 Man Blues Band
at http://2man.artgirlstudios.com.

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Tom Jecker

VISITORS visiting a visitor visiting VISITORS!
Ice melting, water waking...hear it movin' on
Contemplation, new life shaping core within song
Momentary abstinance from boundaries in a head
Resting right here easily breathing easy breath
Art within the Bassman's soul springs forth and...movin' on
Canvas colors echo chimes..sounds the "universal soul"
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Bill Nehl

This is some very cool music!
This is the stuff!! Music this beautiful can only be obtained through huge knowledge, extreme technical prowess, and a whole lot of soul!! At times deeply meditative and at times warmly joyful -- music that runs the gamut. I deeply dig the work of Bob Debruyn!!!
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Larry Barkema


Bass instrumental improv version of "round" vocal choruses (think "Frere Jacques, Frere Jacques..."). Interesting and soothing.
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Doug Barnett

Great background or even soundtrack music.
Reminds me of Tangerine Dream or John Carpenters early sountrack music. Haunting is a good word to describe it. Try listening while reading a steven king novel. Or looking at the night sky contemplating life on other planets. Unique mood music for sure.
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Mike Nelson

Relaxing music
I enjoy having the cd play as background music while I am working on my computer. Nice and easy to listen to.
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