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by Fuzzmuzz

Instrumental ambient rock music
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Taxi Ride
7:42 $0.99
2. A.M.
4:36 $0.99
3. Time
4:18 $0.99
4. Four...
6:13 $0.99
5. East Walk West
6:26 $0.99
6. Storm
9:01 $0.99
7. Have Faith
5:08 $0.99
8. Out
8:15 $0.99
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Album Notes
Fuzzmuzz is an electro-acoustic, ambient artist who took the musical
pulses of Miami, New York, and LA before settling into the studio in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, to record this first solo release, Fuzzmuzz "One." This downtempo, electronic chill-out soundscape appeals to hipsters, rockers, and shoe-gazers alike. Evocative of a midnight drive on a deserted highway, this musical journey loops live recordings that are mixed with subtle drum programming for an effect that is poetic, even hypnotic.
Fuzzmuzz, a.k.a. Winston Harrison, cites influences as diverse as
Pink Floyd, Bill Frisell, and Erik Satie. The minimalist tradition is in play, too, and listeners might hear echoes of composer Phillip Glass, whose music for the opera, "Fall of the House of Usher," remains one of Winston's indelible musical memories from boyhood ("That was, perhaps, the only time I did not fall asleep at the opera as a child…"). With a degree in jazz performance from the University of Miami, Winston joined the band of fellow U. of Miami grad, Gabe Dixon. In 2000, The Gabe Dixon Band was signed to Warner Reprise and toured the U. S. extensively.



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Steve Self

Outstanding Ambient Post-Postmodern Groove
I love ambient, modern, lounge music and this one is my new favorite! Establishes a cool, relaxing mood, with just a little beat like the heart of the Kosmos. Very, very well done.


New quality ambient
I was just listening groove salad this morning and suddenly i heard a really nice ambientful soundscape so i checked who is the artist... so here i am now and i have to get the album. Quality.


5 stars
I also found this on groove salad, loved it, caught my ear and i had to found out who the artist was. Love it man, keep it up....


This music is just what I needed
I heard Taxi Ride featured on Musical Starstreams the other day and needed to hear more. Thanks to CDBaby, I got to sample all the tracks on One and had the CD ordered before I even listened to the last track! Hey, I know what I like, and One is definitely going to be in my permanent rotation...just as soon as I get it! By the way: CDBaby shipped out my CD within 24 hrs. as promised. I love ya baby! ;)


This is my new soundtrack to my paraglide sessions. Nothing better than landing in the evenings and watch the sunset with that CD. WELL DONE!!! Greetings from Germany!

Jonathan Dennis

The perfect soundtrack for such a weary-eyed dawn setting
As I begin listening to One I am sitting in my office with my iPod watching the sun rise. The debut from Fuzzmuzz, the alias of multi-instrumentalist Winston Harrison, is the perfect soundtrack for such a weary-eyed dawn setting. The eight tracks on this album, beginning with "Taxi Ride" suggest the chronology of the day and the various moods and feelings that one experiences
throughout it.

"Taxi Ride," at nearly eight minutes, is a slow burn that establishes the mellow mood of this fine collection of songs. It takes me back to the feeling of driving through the empty streets of a large city at the break of day."Taxi Ride" segues into the ethereally melancholy "A.M.", one of the two best tracks on the album. Though One seems to pay homage to Berlin-era David Bowie (Low) and the proto-ambient work of Brian Eno ( Another Green World), the influences of more contemporary bands such as Mogwai and
Portishead can be heard throughout. "Four" is the other choice track, with its steady beat and rolling, almost funky, base line. It draws the listener in in a way that would therefore make it hard to classify One as a purely ambient record. "Four" is even almost danceable, albeit for those who enjoy dancing slowly. "Out" is an upbeat and optimistic closer that chugs along before abruptly ending after just over eight minutes. Overall, this record is a satisfying listen as it combines the aural wallpaper of ambient music with an additional layer of feeling that will ensure greater accessibility to the casual listener.

Jason Nelson

Absolutely Beautiful
This was a nice surprise. I got this CD for Christmas from a friend and didn't know what to expect. The music is moving a beautiful. It is like an ocean of sounds, so effortless and relaxing. I haven't taken it out of my player since I got it!

Courtnee Papastathis

Nice low key sounds
I listen to this CD often at work, where we try to set a relaxing and comfortable tone to our space. Great stuff.

Guenther Gsaller

That´s travelling without moving.
#1 feels like riding in a taxi to an airport. #2,5,6,7: My favorites on this album. They are on the level of Brian Eno and J. Vangelis. Sometimes I heard parallels to "Flux and Mutability" by David Sylvian and Holger Czukay, "Remain in Light" by Talking Heads. It´s like great cinema without a screen, travelling without moving. #4,8 could use some lascivious female voice like "Bliss", "Tricky" or "Portishead". #3 is like having a pleasant evening with friends. I hope the next album of Fuzzmuzz will surprise me again.


Awesome CD!!
This cd is amazing!!I have listened the A.M track on Groove Salad(Soma FM). Keep up the good work. Be creative!
Greetings from Greece
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