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when two worlds meet

by deluc

Music to relax and be inspired by with the sounds of R&B grooves, World and latin rythms centered around the flamenco guitar.
Genre: World: Flamenco
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1. A Desert Scape
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2. Was It Ever Mine
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3. Another Senario
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4. Possession Is Not Everything
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5. Duet Sunset
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6. Music From An Open Case
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7. Faces in Our World
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8. When Two Worlds Meet
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9. Until Next Time
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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When Two Worlds Meet was produced in late December 2000 into January 2001. The CD consists of 9 tracks that cater for audiences who enjoy the sound of the Flamenco Guitar.

The compositions dive into moments of RnB grooves by the rhythm section with world type sounds from the vocalists, whilst peaceful yet gratifying melodies from a nylon Flamenco Guitar. The idea was to bring traditional sounds from parts of the world to contemporary today, with this fusion of sounds you get an emotional journey may I say of musical fulfillment.

The musicians that performed their talents on this new addition to Deluc were: Andy Watson-Bass, Anthony Scaffidi- Drums, Kate Leduc- Vocals, Anthony Jaye- Vocals, Glen Blair- Alto & Soprano Saxophone and Fred Leduc- Guitar, Keys, programming.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
"DELUC IS FRED LEDUC"

After completing the Advanced Certificate in Jazz Performance at Northern Metropolitan College of Tafe, Fred continued on to complete further study. He next attended La Trobe University undertaking the Bachelor of Music degree, which was based on classical influences.

During this time, Fred was involved in the recording of an album with the Progressive Rock band named 'Vaudeville'. This album proved extremely popular throughout Asia and parts of Europe.

Soon after, Fred decided to record and release a solo Instrumental CD. This CD was in the style of Progressive Jazz Rock Fusion under the name 'DELUC'. The debut CD was called 'DELUC 8TH WONDER'. Fred distributed and promoted the CD through varied channels, he negotiated terms with numerous record labels worldwide. Fred has exposed his music Deluc throughout Asia, Europe, England, Russia and also the USA to name a few. This is an ongoing project for Fred as he looks toward new marketing strategies to release his work so the world can hear it.

During these projects, Fred was also employed by the Northern Metropolitan College of Tafe, as a Sound Engineer. Fred began teaching Guitar in 1995 at various music schools and continues this until today. Performance is a big part of what he does, having played with numerous successful Corporate Bands and toured Asia with his groups.

After completing his Bachelor of Music, Fred worked with three other musicians to record and release another CD, this one in the style of Adult Contemporary Pop Rock (e.g.. Sting, Seal etc.) the band went by the name of 'MICO' which the CD was self tittled. The band is still ongoing..

Today, Fred has released another CD for his own act 'DELUC'. This time, using the influences of a nylon acoustic guitar and the styles of Latin, R&B, Funk and Flamenco also using textures of percussive loops, voice, saxophone and orchestrated string lines, the Cd is called 'WHEN TWO WORLDS MEET'.

Fred's ambition is to leave a mark on the world by way of music. By working hard and always having a goal to compose and record. To release fresh, new material and to grow as a Professional Musician using the influences around him.


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dim the lights & easily drift away into another world
DELUC - WHEN TWO WORLDS MEET
Based out of Victoria, Deluc is an interesting collective revolving around
lead guitarist Fred Leduc. The sound is largely instrumental, with gentle
vocals interspersed throughout the album in various tracks, though this is
not what you might call a common occurence.
The sound is based mostly on instrumental backing surrounding the acoustic
guitar of Fred. It's a very easy listen & could well & you could dim the
lights & easily drift away into another world whenever you switched it on.
Pick tracks here for me were "Faces In Our World", closing number "Until
Next Time" as well as "Another Scenario". If you're into instrumental based
music, then I suggest you take a good listen to Deluc..
For more information, write to PO Box 285, Craigieburn, VIC 3064, Australia
or deluc@access.net.au
Reviewed by hEARD

Robert M. Staples

the music and engineering it contains are outstanding!
What an unexpected and pleasant surprise to receive your new CD. Again
likes its predecessor , the music and engineering it contains are
outstanding! It seems surreal to listen to this music in my part of the
world and "extract" the latin influence.
Thanks again for the CD, I look forward to receiving #3.

Gary

Excellent smooth sounding cd.
This cd puts the mood in the right moment. It is pure pleasure listening to this cd. You will enjoy it.

Clifton Webster

Why don't you have this yet?
If you like music, you should have this cd. It is relaxing and energizing in the same breath. I can't say that it is electronic jazz or something, it is just very good and fresh. Listen and you will agree. One of the best cds I own.

fred scott

The peaceful yet intense and pure sound of the acoustic guitar grabs your attent
Fred's Jazz Corner is a regular feature by Fred Scott for ContemporaryJazz.com.
Send comments or suggestions to Fred at fwscott@mindspring.com.
Fred Leduc, When Two Worlds Meet
Journey out into a mystical world where the symphonic strings escort you through a tantalizing spectrum of new age, jazz, and Latin tinged harmonies. The peaceful yet intense and pure sound of the acoustic guitar grabs your attention while exploring enigmatic tempos. This independent Australian artist is exceptionally talented and impressive. When Two Worlds Meet contains nine varying tunes that spotlight the myriad of international euphonious feelings. With the success and affluence of various new age/ international guitarists, Fred Leduc ranks right up there in the top quartile. The band is comprised of a drummer, bass, and sax players including some background vocals. Each of the When Two Worlds Meet tracks are fantastic, but "Until Next Time" is an extemporaneous and poignant number which captures Leduc's art of stringing the guitar into flamboyant patterns and deep torrid strokes. For more information, email Fred Leduc at deluc@access.net.au or write at P.O. Box 285 Craigieburn Vic 3064 Australia.
Grade: A

mathew j forss

Fred Leduc has created a magnificent album that is very pleasing to listen to an
New Reviews: May 29, 2001
When Two Worlds Meet
Deluc
Independent
When Two Worlds Meet is the second album released by indpendent Australian producer/composer Fred Leduc. The instrumentation includes the use of bass, guitar, keyboard, saxophone and percussion in a contemporary setting. Flamenco guitar stylings, smooth latin grooves and jazzy compositions form the framework of this incredible album. When Two Worlds Meet is mostly instrumental; however, background vocals are utilized on a few of the tracks to accentuate the accompanied melodies. Overall, Fred Leduc has created a magnificent album that is very pleasing to listen to any time of the day. Fans of contempoary smooth jazz/flamenco/latin music will undeniably enjoy When Two Worlds Meet.
Reviews by Matthew J. Forss.