Zupe & Nichols | Speechless

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Speechless

by Zupe & Nichols

An infectious blend of jazz, rock, and funk expertly played by a top-notch group of studio musicians.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Step On It
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2. Dear Deke
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3. Rib Joint
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4. Creepin'
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5. A Dash of Dementia
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6. Chronologic Breakdown
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7. Do the Math
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8. Cutty
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9. Captain & Coke
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10. Screamin' Mimi
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11. Caterpillar
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12. Speechless
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
If you've ever heard a person finish another's thought, you know that
those two people are on the same wavelength. If Nichols and Zupe are
not twin brothers in this life, they probably were in another. They
are certainly on the same wavelength musically. Throughout this
recording, the keyboard finishes or echoes the guitar player's idea
and vice versa. These guys are in sync and it is clear that they have
been playing together for years.

When I first listened to this recording, I heard Jeff Beck, Joe
Zawinul, Sting and Lyle Mays playing in a reunited Steely Dan with a
horn section from New Orleans. Really. This is an album that fans
will love and musicians will be amazed by. This group of players is
clearly a cut above the rest of us. When I discovered that the drums
are all samples and loops, I was even more impressed. The sequencing
and arranging of this recording is masterful. It's challenging to get
a group of musicians this tight and it's even harder to make a machine
sound like a group of musicians this tight! Clearly a lot of time and
expertise was put into this project.

Words alone cannot adequately express my feelings about this
masterpiece. I believe discerning listeners will connect to it
deeply, and it's one that will be in my collection forever.

Roy Elkins
Founder & CEO
Broadjam Inc.

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Duaine

Great Job!
Excellent production, song writing, and performances with a good variety of musical styles.
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Valorie Daniels

Here We Go Again...
This CD is fabulous! It moves you. It's like chocolate for the ears!!! It's an audible smilefest!
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Tom Ray


Great music! the musicis so awesome and great to listen too - Just hope I don't wear out the CD listening to it
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RadioIndy.com

Congratulations on GrIndie Award
RadioIndy is proud to present Zupe & Nichols a GrIndie Award for their CD "Speechless." A GrIndie Award is RadioIndy's stamp of approval that this CD is an excellent quality CD. Please join us in congratulating this artist on this accomplishment.
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Hank

Nice Job
Congratulations! It's not hard to tell there's a lot of energy that went into this production. Nice job.
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KP

Au Contraire!
I have way too many words to be ˜speechless’ about this album. This album took me on a deep emotional journey that was absolutely magnificent! It is definitely best appreciated in one sitting. I saved my first uninterrupted listen for my headphones; it was a total experience that was simply unbelievable. I can honestly count on one hand (with fingers left over!) the number of works that have affected me that way on their first listen. Then I had the opportunity to play it on the stereo and fill the house with sound. Twice more through and the thrill only deepened. I prefer the headphones for this one. It’s much too personal for speakers. "Speechless” is not just a work of art; it is truly a masterpiece.
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Bill Smith

Great Album!!
What a great album and it's fun to listen to These guys are excellent writers that take popular styles of music and yet add their own personal flare. Great musicians and super arrangements. It's a break from the ordinary listening. You deserve this album!!!
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terri

Deja vu Dave
brought back memories of a very young band \"tramp\" and and a very promising great guitar player. you sound better than ever, congrats!!! I guess you still don\'t like to do vocals.
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Liz Rogers

Nichols, You still rock!!
Impressive. always did like the way you played guitar. Zupe is a great match for you. Best of luck.
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Xavier and the RadioIndy Team

Impressive Instrumental Blend of Jazz, Rock, and Blues
“Speechless” by Zupe & Nichols is a superb blend of jazz, rock, and blues-infused instrumental tracks. The musicianship on this album is energetic and highly accomplished. In fact, both the guitar work and the keyboard work are clearly the products of virtuosos. The rest of the band is top-notch as well, and come together to provide a very tight sound and effective groove on these complex arrangements. “Captain & Coke” is one track that hovers very high, starting off with a reggae vibe and quickly transitioning into a heavy blues sound. The electric guitar solos and piano runs on this song are phenomenal. Moreover, the title-track also stands out due to its free-flow, ever-changing nature. Listeners will not be disappointed by this collection; it is composed and performed with aptitude that many strive for. Even more enticing is its deliberate and top-quality production.
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