Andy Seniska | A Lasting Delusion

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A Lasting Delusion

by Andy Seniska

Instrumental music in the cryptic-jazz, fusion, ambient and pseudo-classical realms.
Genre: Jazz: Weird Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Go Wash The Dishes
0:34 $0.99
2. Flat Head Drag
4:49 $0.99
3. A Rainy Day
1:39 $0.99
4. Bee Pond Road
11:31 $0.99
5. Go Get Deluded
3:23 $0.99
6. Just A Silly Migraine
4:25 $0.99
7. Bela Runs To The Bathroom
0:56 $0.99
8. Best Left As A Delusion
5:28 $0.99
9. Ragweed
2:45 $0.99
10. A Dry Place
5:23 $0.99
11. Dementia Praecox Visits
4:15 $0.99
12. A Pompous Prelude To Nothing
5:42 $0.99
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Album Notes
For my second album (my first being "Unconscious Flux") there is a Zappa influenced scored piece, free improvisation, ambient, fusion, avant-modern-classical (?), an organ from hell and a Florida Kracker swamp-stomp complete with dirty dishes 'n pots 'n pans 'n pet cricket 'n swamp fiddle. I felt there is some fine playing from everyone particularly Vicki Scuteri playing violin and soprano sax as well as Bruce Arkin on tenor & soprano saxes and flute and also what Eugene Chadbourne describes percussionist Jim Stewart's playing as "the sonic equivalent of a buffet chef with a solution for every gastric problem". I agree with Mr. Chadbourne about Stewart's playing for this album as well.....Also there is some of that mighty and majestic Palladium Theater pipe organ on two tracks which I had the good fortune to use.
...o.k., Don...

Jim Stewart: drums & percussion
Rick Adams: acoustic bass
Johnny White: ceramic flute & percussion
Vicki Scuteri: violin, soprano sax
Bruce Arkin: flute, soprano & tenor sax, drums
Rick Olson: tabla, percussion, mouth harp, pet cricket
Joe Porter: acoustic bass
Placebo: electrical bass
Andy Seniska: piano, pipe organ, electric piano,
synthesizer, pump organ




Review of my first album "Unconscious Flux":
Fans of modern jazz guitar, as opposed to what might be called avant-garde or noise guitar, will find Florida's Andy Seniska an appealing player. Those who have visited the gorgeous Tampa area may imagine a shimmering light in his playing, as if each of his superbly executed electric guitar passages, dampened by volume pedal tapping, was skimming out over the bay and tickling herons under the beak. Some of his slower pieces, such as the title track, bring to mind something else entirely, however. With bits of synthesizer fragmented in, this piece could fit into the soundtrack for the film Carnival of Souls.
The best tracks consist of exciting interplay between the guitarist and an eager rhythm section, as ought to be the case with this style of music. The leader is equally effective on keyboards and guitar. Even when an opening theme lacks much of anything to either remember or inspire, the guys are up and cooking, percussionist Jim Stewart the sonic equivalent of a buffet chef with a solution for every gastric problem -- including what sounds like playing a gong with an uprooted parsley plant. A fine bass track comes from someone credited as Placebo, adding another name to the odd list of bassists with one-piece stage nicknames ending in the syllable "bo."
~ Eugene Chadbourne, All Music Guide



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