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Technoir

by Ecstasy in Numbers

This record is an excitingly enticing instrumental jazz fusion experience that draws inspiration from a range of sources including bebop, rock, and even a touch of bluegrass.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. TechNoir
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2. Södermalm
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3. Half Jeroboam
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4. Poinsettia
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5. Her Song
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6. Amanda's Dance
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7. Butterfly
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8. Mike's Blues (feat. Jeff Kashiwa)
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9. Manastash
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10. Vibration
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Combining hints of jazz, funk, bepop, latin, world-beat and bluegrass, this brilliantly eclectic trio comprised of drummer Garey Williams, bassist Rick White, and guitarist Mike Mattingly creates a uniquely refreshing take on jazz fusion. Their distinguished yet excitingly raw performances pay homage to the legacy of artists like Pat Metheny, King Crimson, Frank Zappa, Allan Holdsworth and more, making them an essential experience for any music lover.

"the future of instrumental music, creating a highly original, musically dexterous eargasm..." Gabriel Mark Hasselbach - Wind Tunnel Multimedia

"One of the tightest bands you will ever find." - FUSE Magazine

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