Title: Behind The Vibration
Style: Contemporary Jazz, Fusion
Format: MP3 FLAC AIFF VQF ADX AUD FLAC TTA RA
FLAC size: 1258 mb | MP3 size: 1434 mb | WMA size: 1818 mb
Behind the Vibration by Rez Abbasi & Junction, released 20 May 2016 1. Holy Butter 2. Groundswell 3. Inner Context 4. Uncommon Sense 5. And I You 6. Self-Brewing 7. New Rituals 8. Matter Falls A junction is the point at which several things converge. For the visionary and award-winning jazz guitarist Rez Abbasi, his new band Junction weaves together musical currents he’s spent his career navigating. Abbasi has been at the center of some of the most enthralling and culturally expansive music of the past two decades, and his Cuneiform debut Behind the Vibration introduces a bracing new body. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Recorded at Syctems Two, Brooklyn by Michael Marciano, August 21-22, 2015. Mixed at System Two by Michael Marciano, Roz Abbasi & Max Ross. Mastered at Turtletone Studio by Michael Fossenkemper.
Artist: Rez Abbasi & Junction Album: Behind The Vibration Genre: Contemporary Jazz/Fusion Origin: USA Released: 2016 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps. Here he presents Junction, a new electric project of original music delivered by like-minded musicians with a lively plugged-in aesthetic-throbbing keyboards and funky yet tricky rhythms that lean heavily toward his early rock influences. Beat Kaestli Ben Stivers brings a plethora of keyboard and organ tones while Kenny Grohowski’s adds drumming pyrotechnics.
Rez Abbasi (born August 27, 1965) is an American jazz guitarist, composer, and record producer. Abbasi was born in Karachi, Pakistan. When he was four, his family moved to LosAngeles, and at eleven he started learning guitar. He spent his early teens in rock bands, then moved to jazz and classical music. He was inspired at a concert by Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass. He studied guitar at the University of Southern California and the Manhattan School of Music.
Guitarist Rez Abbasi returns to jazz-rock as a style on Behind the Vibration, but this time via electric instruments with original tunes. The result is modern jazz that sweeps in many styles. Rez Abbasi is a forward-thinking guitarist, a composer with a sense of history, and a musician who busts through boundaries regularly. To be fair, however, lumping him in with anyone is a disservice. In his very brief notes on the album, Abbasi writes that the music is intended to create an intersection, a junction, where all the music that he and his band love can come together. It’s not jazz, then, but (as he puts it) music of now.
Artist: Rez Abbasi & Junction Title: Behind The Vibration Year Of Release: 2016 Label: Cuneiform Records Genre: Jazz-Rock, Fusion Quality: FLAC (tracks+. For the visionary and award-winning jazz guitarist Rez Abbasi, his new band Junction weaves together musical currents he's spent his career navigating. Abbasi has been at the center of some of the most enthralling and culturally expansive music of the past two decades, and his Cuneiform debut Behind the Vibration introduces a bracing new body of music, a sinewy 21st century approach to jazz-rock inspired by his far-flung influences.
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- Drums – Kenny Grohowski
- Guitar, Composed By – Rez Abbasi
- Keyboards, Organ – Ben Stivers
- Tenor Saxophone, MIDI Controller – Mark Shim
NotesRecorded at Syctems Two, Brooklyn by Michael Marciano, August 21-22, 2015.
Mixed at System Two by Michael Marciano, Roz Abbasi & Max Ross.
Mastered at Turtletone Studio by Michael Fossenkemper.
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