Greg Spero | Electric

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by Greg Spero

Greg Spero's 2nd release, Electric, explores the lyrical and emotional depth of his first effort, Acoustic, while bringing in the use of new textures, rhythms, and ideas from his various eclectic influences.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Turn It Up (Introduction)
1:21 album only
2. Raga
5:09 album only
3. Up Too Late
5:31 album only
4. Interlude 3
2:09 album only
5. Blackbird
5:59 album only
6. Song 21
6:00 album only
7. Interlude 21
2:05 album only
8. No Rest for the Weary
5:08 album only
9. Interlude 4
1:31 album only
10. Fly
5:31 album only
11. Somewhere Over the Rainbow (Bonus Track)
5:22 album only


Album Notes
Liner Notes from Robert Irving III, Miles Davis producer/director: "At first listen of Greg Spero’s debut release, Acoustic I wrote that I found it difficult to imagine how he could surpass his first offering to the world of jazz. After listening to Electric, I realized that it’s not about “surpassing” oneself in a competitive sense, but rather, more about one’s own inner-travel and the attentive harvesting of the experiences. Greg’s highly refined musical statement on this album is but a reflection of his own personal evolution while on a path of restless exploration beyond the mundane.  Greg accomplishes this with the very tasteful and imaginative layering of electronic elements juxtaposed with deeply rooted foundational acoustic beds-- to create glimpses into multi-dimensional soundscapes.  With Electric, Greg  invites us on an engaging kaleidoscopic journey that pierces the outer edges of rhythmic, harmonic and melodic possibilities.  On this journey we are also fortunate that Greg has wisely chosen to share the pure innocence of his voice in the pristine interpretation of three classic songs.  My only question for his next project will be where will his travels take him next?"



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