Insonnia | Moonlight Trance

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Moonlight Trance

by Insonnia

Intense playing and outstanding songwriting make this blend of Flamenco, Jazz, Latin and Brazilian a "must listen" world jazz album.
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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1. Spanish Rain
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2. Moonlight Trance
8:10 $0.99
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3. Silencio De Momento
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4. Broken Body
6:09 $0.99
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5. Lucia De Flame
5:17 $0.99
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6. Song For Jim
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7. Netsirk
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8. Garden At the Asylum
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9. Amelia In Flight
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10. Namaste
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
With its roots based in World Music, Insonnia blends Flamenco, Brazilian, Latin, Jazz, and New Acoustic music into a melodic and rhythmic sound all its own. Led by versatile guitarist and vocalist Curtis Jones, the group also includes Pete Orenstein on Piano, Organ, and Vocals, Mark Letalien on Drums, and Adam Rambin on Upright Bass. Joining together in the late Spring of 2010 for an impromptu show, these seasoned musicians, with diverse musical backgrounds, soon discovered a unique chemistry which led to the decision to form a musical project. As rehearsals began, the band’s members soon found that although they had indeed come from a varied background, they shared a similar goal: creating innovative, unique and accessible music. Insonnia strives to bring excitement and intensity to everyone of its performances, making no two shows the same.

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