The Jazz Apokalypzz | Alien

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Alien

by The Jazz Apokalypzz

These instrumental compositions of jazz fusion, acid jazz are on the cutting edge.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Science Fiction
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2. Visitation
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3. Alien (Droids Welcome)
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4. His Likeness
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5. First Wave
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6. Befop
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7. Decisions
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8. Aurora
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9. Ascention
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10. Wisemen
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Well here it is. The CD that you have been expecting. Yes ET did phone home and called up his big brother BT. In the the bible they are called the host of heaven, from the ends of heaven (you know God's sanctified ones). In either case, this music ushers in a new abstract in jazz. Just combine Herbie Hancocks' "Future Shock", Devos' "Whip It" and Miles Davis and you have the vibe for this instrumental set.
In this cd I was trying to accomplish an "Other Worldly" environment that would challenge my fellow instrumentalist ideology about music. Also, for you fans of the Jazz Apokalypse, this muse takes the envelope a little further than before.
I recall back in 2001 my first (and hopefully last) encounter with an extra terrestrial craft (so I believed).
After running over to my favorite pizzaria, jumping out of the car to go into the house to watch a movie, a voice said "Look Up". Yep, dummy that I was, I looked up. This object round, about the size of a new VW beetle was slowly tumbling like a wheel over the back side of my place (in Reynoldsburg, Ohio nontheless). Some combination of meteorite (rock glowing orange/red on the outside) with a wheel of some sort on the inside (like a shutter on a camera). Off to the right was something that looked like
Borg technology of some sort. My first thought was to run into the house and get a camera (but I knew it would be gone when i got back). So, for a few seconds I froze and tried to look around to see if anyone else was seeing what I did. Of course there was NO ONE (typical). I decided no one is going to believe this so I have to make my move. When I did, so did the craft. It did a semi circle( all the while keeping that shutter or whatever it was on me) and it summarily walked away on a beam of light headed south.
So there you have it. Lock me away in the loony bin or write me off as a nut case. I KNOW WHAT I SAW. Remember to just be very careful how you might want to judge those who have had a close encounter. YOU MIGHT BE NEXT! Enjoy the music.
Live long and prosper. I'm ooout!!


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Jeff

As an avid fusion audiophile, I appreciate new interpretations of the format.
While recording is a bit bright, the Alien CD has a distinct fusion sound with great tracks. inspiring music.