The Last Dose | The Last Dose (The Mark Arroyo Trio Presents)

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The Last Dose (The Mark Arroyo Trio Presents)

by The Last Dose

Starting with the music of Miles Davis's electric period, The Last Dose explores the links between jazz, rock, funk, and dub, with brand new takes on an almost forgotten sound.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Movements (One)
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2. Presence
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3. Airports
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4. Jetlag
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5. Fonkiyata
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6. Movements (Two)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
On their debut recording, opening track "Movements (one)" sets the tone with a groove deep in the pocket by drummer Peter Do. Accented with Mark Arroyo's Wah-Wah guitar work, the album focuses evenly on the keyboard work of Joey Trombly and the omnipresent low end of bass mechanic Fred Paclibon. Lead single "Airports" bridges the groove of Rage Against The Machine with the experimentation of The Mars Volta.

Bridging the gaps between generations of fusion, The Last Dose aims to change the face of electric jazz in Silicon Valley. Together, these musicians take you on a journey through electric grooves, earthshaking dub workouts, and group improvisations. Together they are The Last Dose.

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