Razzy Bash | Loitering in the Left Lane

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Loitering in the Left Lane

by Razzy Bash

"Loitering in the Left Lane" by Razzy Bash, is an instrumental fusion of dance, jazz, rock, and electronica crafted in multi-layered digital audio and 80s-style neutral mastering with upbeat action sequences and groovy easy-listening tracks.
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1. Sensu Stricto
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2. Feel Ze Beat
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3. Groggy Jimmy and Sloppy Joe
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4. Double Clutch Disaster
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5. Semigloss
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6. Power Shifter
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7. Why Did You Go?
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8. Speeder's Credo
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9. Cool Moonlit Highway
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10. Crying in the Twilight
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is Razzy Bash (a.k.a. Raza A. Bashir) and here's my story. I'm a Metro-Detroit based one-man-band and producer of instrumental music that fuses several genres. Detroit has a rich heritage in both music and cars. - That's what inspired me to create "Loitering in the Left Lane". It's all about having cool driving music.

I grew up in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada where I was exposed to many genres of music and multi-national influences. As a teenager, I always wanted to learn more about music and audio production; but my parents discouraged me from taking music courses or joining a band because they wanted me to focus more on my academic subjects. I always felt that there was a part of me that yearned for music creation; but I never got to express that desire until a few decades later. That is, well after establishing my career as an automotive designer.

For many years I enjoyed listening to high-quality sound productions on nice audio systems and strummed a guitar now and again. But I never got serious about creating music. A good friend convinced me that I had an ear for recognizing good sound. I decided to take matters into my own hands and try a few licks using a home-based recording studio. I guess I fell in love... I am so thankful that I got to immerse myself in the passion for creating music even if it was decades after I originally desired it.

My goal with this debut album was to create a set that combines a common theme put in styles of dance, jazz, rock, and electronica in a nostalgic, instrumental audio production using real guitars, synths and layered digital drum patterns. This music has been mastered in a neutral 80s-style EQ and output level similar to my vintage CD music collection; i.e. a little toned down compared to typical new iTunes re-mastered music.

On a very personal level, I love when music helps me think and acts as a soundtrack to my life whilst reminding me of old times. I believe that music is the universal language with which we are born and exhibited in something as beautiful as a heartbeat. I have been working on this album for about 7 years and I love how it makes me feel when driving, sketching, relaxing or working-out. Inspired by musical scores for car chases, 70s spy and action movies, 80s rock, 90s dance beats, and many sounds of my youth, I offer this debut album to you for your listening pleasure.

I hope you enjoy it as much as I have producing it for you. Thank you.

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Omer Humayun

Over way too soon, I WANT MORE!!!!!
awesome AWESOME A W E S O M E! You know it's good when you hit "play" and it's over way too soon. Highly recommended if you like Daft Punk, Roxy Music, and Jan Hammer. And, Joe Satriani, The Ventures.
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