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Bach to the Future

by Martin Lass & Mr. Fusion

Martin and his band, Mr. Fusion, give Bach and other classical composers the 1980s rock treatment! Big hair, long coats, and powdered faces! Bach would have loved it!
Genre: Easy Listening: Instrumental Pop
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1. Ragers on the Last Ark (Hall of the Mountain King)
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2. Ludwig's Famous 5 (Beethoven Symphony No. 5)
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3. Classical Gas
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4. Blue Rondo a La Turk
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5. Bach's Toccata
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3:51 $0.99
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6. Party Birds (Vivaldi Four Seasons: Spring 1) [feat. Mr. Fusion]
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7. Heatwave (Vivaldi Four Seasons: Summer 1)
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8. Springsleep (Vivaldi Four Seasons: Spring 2)
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2:48 $0.99
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9. Beyond Thunderstorm (Vivaldi Four Seasons: Summer 3)
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2:53 $0.99
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10. Galactic Autumn (Vivaldi Four Seasons: Autumn 2)
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11. Freezin' (Vivaldi Four Seasons: Winter 1 & 2)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Before Andre Rieu, Vanessa Mae, David Garrett, and all who have come after, there was Martin Lass, already having broken the mould of the usual violin soloist, crossing over from a classical background into rock classical, pop, his ancestral gypsy music, love songs, Broadway, country, jazz, and original compositions. Many have fashioned themselves in Martin’s image, but he remains the original and the best.

After classical beginnings—which included playing as principal and soloist with orchestras such as the Sydney Symphony and the world-renowned Australian Chamber Orchestra—Martin blazed onto the popular music scene after blitzing a national television talent show, thereafter winning seven consecutive “Mo Awards” for Instrumental Excellence, as well as being awarded the “Variety Club Showman of the Year” award. He has since performed with such international stars as Julio Iglesias, Luciano Pavarotti, Ronnie Corbett, Olivia Newton-John, and Joan Baez, as well as having shared his mastery at three Royal Command Performances for the British Royal family.

Martin has made more than 200 appearances on Australian Television. He is also a well-known recording artist with 10 CD recordings to his name—including a Gold Album and an Australian “Grammy” nomination—and with releases in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and the USA.

After Martin relocated to New York in 2000, his album, “Sonnet”, featuring his original music, was released across the USA in 2002. It achieved No. 13 on the national NAV charts and has been picked up by over 500 radio stations across the country, as well as receiving glowing reviews nationwide. Among other accolades, one of the songs from this album was picked up by NASA as the soundtrack for their short, film, “Three Years of the Sun in Three Minutes.” Martin was nominated for the prestigious Manhattan Association of Clubs (MAC) Award for the New York debut of his show: “Songs Without Words”, which also garnered rave reviews from the New York press.

Now, from a base on the Gold Coast, Australia, Martin travels the world, performing his amazing music, wowing audiences everywhere.

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