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Mercy Through This Perilous Mischance

by Tony Green

An intriguing mixture of Jazz, Electronic, World and Ambient. A sound scape to life.
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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1. Mingus and the Coyote
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2. Everything
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3. Strange Train
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4. Dance On Water
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5. Transformation
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6. Liminal Space
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7. Canyon Drift
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8. Sculpture
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9. Independence
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10. Birds of Prayer
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11. Timbuktu
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12. Lizards Tale
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13. Wash
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Album Notes
This is Tony’s first solo album . He has played bass on numerous CD’s over the past twenty years for other artists but has never produced his own. Tony, with the help of other very talented musicians whom he has worked with over the years, has produced an album that will take the listener on a journey of beautiful landscapes and unexpected turns. At times, the music is reminiscent of the churning grooves heard on Brian Eno's and David Byrne's 'My Life in the Bush of Ghosts', while another track evokes elements found in David Sylvian's more ambient works.

Tony took the liberty to explore his primary instruments, acoustic and electric basses, in various roles, sometimes melodic, sometimes hypnotic grooves, and sometimes freely improvised musical statements. He also incorporated his musical skill with loops, samples, guitars, and smattering of offbeat toys laying around his studio.



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