(Jazz Rock Fusion) Jazz Never Dies

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Dante
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Location: Australia

Post 09 Nov 2019

Instrumental Inspired by the likes of Mahavishnu Orchestra and Chick Corea during the 1970's Jazz Fusion movement. First recorded in 1984 on a Tascam 244 4 track Portastudio cassette machine. More recently Recorded using Propellerhead Reason 11, Jaco Orange Tree Bass, Alan White Heavy Hitters Drums and from Sonic Core XITE - John Bowen proTone lead and ProWave Pad synths. Lead guitar was Shreddage 2 played through the UAD2 Marshall Amp. Rhythm Guitar was Reason A-List Rhythm Guitarist. Intro synth lead was the Reason PX7 (DX7). Mixed in Harrison Mixbus 32C and Mastered at 96Khz using UAD2 plugins Fairchild Limiter, Precision Multiband, Brainworx BX Masterdesk.


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miyaru
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Location: Zaanstad, The Netherlands

Post 10 Nov 2019

Sounds great and indeed back to the early '70's....... Nice and thoughtfull composition. The instrumentation is spot on!!!!

Tonight when I went to bed I listened to Stanley Clarke, so I was in the good mood already!
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Periwinkle
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Location: London England

Post 10 Nov 2019

Amazing stuff. It has a kind of Allan Holdsworth, Synthaxe vibe.

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Lowas
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Post 11 Nov 2019

The world needs more jazz rock fusion :)

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