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by Pacific Orchestra

This recording of Pacific Orchestra's reggae/dub/rock song "Shatter," written by Face and Khan, is a fusion of live and studio recordings performed by the band and grafted together by the mix master Steven "Face" Fuchs.
Genre: Reggae: Reggae rock
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In 2013, Pacific Orchestra reunited at the Exit 0 International Jazz Fest in Cape May, NJ. The recordings from that show, like this one, were mixed by Steve "Face" Fuchs and feature blistering performances by John Gladstone (flute, sax, keyboards, vocals), David "Khan" Johnson (vocals, guitar), Joe Grassi (lead guitar), Richie Ciavolino (drums), "Conga" George Terzis (percussion), and Face on the bass. Pacific Orchestra was born in Key West FL when Khan and John first appeared in the mid 1970s as a duo performing at the New Street Bar located in a lush garden behind Delmonico's, the notorious gay disco. Through the years the ensemble grew in size as many talented musicians left their indelible mark on the sexy Caribbean reggae style rock performed by Pacific Orchestra up and down the east coast. Through the seventies, eighties and nineties they played original music to crowds who danced and lost their minds under the Key West moon, the New York skyline, and points between.



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