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by Fusion Galaxy

A unique blend/fusion of rock, jazz, and experimental.. Influences: Yes, Steely Dan, Floyd, Wayne Shorter...
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Solstice
3:04 album only
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2. Vortex of Love
4:12 album only
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3. Schuh's Groove
1:20 album only
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4. Road Trip
3:54 album only
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5. Curiosity
4:28 album only
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6. Ostinato Trip
4:11 album only
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7. I've Been Dreaming
3:38 album only
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8. Instamatic
4:52 album only
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9. July Tides
4:34 album only
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10. Joie De Vivre
5:35 album only

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Album Notes
Fusion Galaxy is basically a new take on 'Fusion'- a combination of rock and jazz, but there are many more influences. Originally 'fusion' included elaborate virtuoso solos. Fusion Galaxy tends to focus more on succinct musical hooks and structures. Solos alternate with simple melodies and interesting chord changes. Fusion Galaxy is about taking 'fusion' in an interesting new direction, while projecting an edgy intensity. Producer and songwriter, Doug Lauber, has gathered some of the best session players for this debut album. Based in Atlanta, Christopher Alpiar on saxophones. Darl Chryst on vocals, in Phoenix. Adrian Peek on drums, in Los Angeles. Seth Burkhart on drums, in Nantucket. Matthew Gordon on violin, in Phoenix.

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