Warren Galea | The Odyssey (feat. Andy McKee and Adam Nussbaum)

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Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz Jazz: Jazz Fusion Moods: Instrumental
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The Odyssey (feat. Andy McKee and Adam Nussbaum)

by Warren Galea

Uplifting instrumental guitar music - Jazz influenced compositions featuring a melodic lyricism where the guitar acts as the singer
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Intro (feat. Andy McKee & Adam Nussbaum)
2:48 album only
2. Synesthesia (feat. Andy McKee & Adam Nussbaum)
5:25 album only
3. Chrysanthemums (feat. Andy McKee & Adam Nussbaum)
5:13 album only
4. Varanasi (feat. Andy McKee & Adam Nussbaum)
7:42 album only
5. The Labyrinth (feat. Andy McKee & Adam Nussbaum)
5:33 album only
6. Nocturne (feat. Andy McKee & Adam Nussbaum)
3:09 album only
7. Afternoon Apparition (feat. Andy McKee & Adam Nussbaum)
4:12 album only
8. Phantoms (feat. Andy McKee & Adam Nussbaum)
6:54 album only
9. Grand Prix (feat. Andy McKee & Adam Nussbaum)
4:57 album only
10. Seawater (feat. Andy McKee & Adam Nussbaum)
1:23 album only
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Album Notes
Warren’s music layers modern jazz harmonies on top of grooves rooted in other genres such as rock and hip hop. Like a common thread across the textures evoked by the trio within the different compositions runs a melodic lyricism wherein the guitar is always the singer.

‘The title, The Odyssey, symbolises the idea of a journey. In many ways it’s documenting my personal journey travelling from a small Mediterranean island to the greatest musical city in the world. At the same time, the album itself will invite the listener to go on a musical voyage with us.’



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