Guerillasound | Three Step Two Step

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Three Step Two Step

by Guerillasound

Hip, melodic, intense groove orientated jazz blended with the deconstructed semiotics of rock and funk.
Genre: Jazz: Post-Bop
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1. Major Choon
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2. Lithium
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3. Open Hat
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4. Love Will Tear Us Apart
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5. Funf Bier
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6. Hi to Me
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7. Oddball
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8. Red Wine With Rosie
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9. Going to Holland
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10. Take It With Me
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Guerillasound is a trio. They play jazz. But they like rock. And funk. And punk. And.... other stuff too. They try and combine them. Not the just the flavour, but the attitude. They like intense. They like fragile. They like to go from one to the other. They like emotion, but directed with intelligence. They like to groove but like to break it too. They love clean and acoustic but aren't afraid to be dirty and electric...

Featuring Nick Kaçal on double bass, Dave Ohm on drums and Grant Windsor on piano and rhodes, the members of Guerillasound created a trio that emphasises the art of the group through the the time-tested method of just playing together... a lot! Touring in Japan and gigging regularly in the UK has bonded them into a tight, empathic trio which still retains the power to surprise. Themselves... and the audience!

This is Guerillasound. Or at least part of it.....



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