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Missing Motions

by Deluc

Music to relaxe and emrge into using the nylon stringed guitar as the instrument to make this happen. World flavours are sprinlked to make this an extroadanry event to the listening ears, with the help of violins, trumpets and saxaphones with soft capterv
Genre: Jazz: Latin Jazz
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2. Know It
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3. Its Only Nothing
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4. Groove We Must
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5. A Still Sound
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6. Another Attempt
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7. Moons O Havana
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8. We Unite
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9. Les La Vie Com Sa
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10. Still Was It
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Missing Motions, the latest release from this amazing artist DELUC. This release follows its predecessor When Two Worlds meet using the nylon string guitar as the main instrument. Captivating the styles of Latin, jazz, and world influences to create this musical world of excitement, sorrow and fulfillment. Missing motions introduces such instrumentation as the Violin, Trumpet, Baritone and Alto Saxophones, full vocal sections and a Brass section but still keeping the focus on the Flamenco Guitar. At times Deluc wonders of using the electric guitar to create the amazing melodic lines that you can't help being pulled in.

Recorded in 2003 at the Deluc new studios and Mastered by the one and only Michael Costa ( Stream AV ) the production will leave you speechless. Also with amazing performances by: Anthony Scaffidi-drums percussion, Glen Blair- saxophones, Kate Leduc- voice percussion, Lachlan McLeod- Violin, Bob Venier- Trumpet and finally Fred Leduc- Guitar Bass Keyboards Voice. This release will show the unique talents and experience of each musician. Experience this journey and it is guaranteed that you will never look back only wanting and waiting for what's to come.


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gilda folk

welcome again Deluc and the incredible musicians of this album
Deluc
GidaFolk has received two albums from the folks over at DelucMusic and again with his latest album, Missing Emotions, it is another fine album of Latin Jazz with even more complex melodies than the previous album, When Two Worlds Meet. Normally, complexity may overwhelm the average listener but not Mission Emotions - its driving, smooth rhythms and superb lead guitar work makes Deluc seem like he easily throws off the challenge as if it was daily routine for him - though, "routine" is the last word that I would use to describe this album. Please visit the Deluc web site below and welcome again Deluc and the incredible musicians of this album to

Ferdinand Maylin

Fred plays a tuneful, sensitive guitar, never wandering beyond good taste;
DELUC
Fred Leduc, guitars, vocals, bass, keys; Anthony Scaffidi, drums, percussion; Kate Leduc, vocals, percussion; Glen Blair, soprano, alto, baritone saxophones; Lachlan McLeod, electric violin, Bob Veiner, trumpet.
Australian guitarist Fred Leduc produces his third album, thirteen tracks, all of which are his own work. Fred plays a tuneful, sensitive guitar, never wandering beyond good taste; he often uses intricate percussive rhythms and mystical electronic backing accompaniment; a hint of the jungle can be heard running through the percussion. "Moons O Havana" marks the start of a more interesting second half to the CD; "Les La Vie Com Sa", a Latin flavored romp ups the tempo with the trumpet of Bob Veiner given some prominence. "Where From Here" the final track, takes the CD out on a high note. Fred is a player and composer of taste, there are a lot of complicated things going on in his music; though few tracks stand out as significant; perhaps we could handle a little more flair and excitement, a steady CD.

by S.H. Watkins, Sr.

the entire CD is filled with original compositions that are stylish and fluid
Deluc
Moons O Havana
From the album:
Missing Motions
(Deluc Music - 2003)
Deluc comes all the way from Australia to bring us this month's hot single. This is acoustic guitar music in the vein of Marc Antoine or Freddy Ravel, with a different point of view. Moons O Havana beautifully captures the exotic-ness of a night on the beach in Havana. The fingering is nimble and stylish, the track beautifully original. In fact the entire CD is filled with original compositions that are stylish and fluid, each track unique while still complimenting the others. This is their third release, and well worth a listen if you are a fan of acoustic guitar. The group includes Fred Leduc on guitars, bass and keys, drummer Anthony Scaffifi, Kate Leduc on vocals and percussion, saxophonist Glen Blair, trumpeter Bob Venier and Lachlan Mcleod on electric violin.

Nu Flava

this musical world of excitement, sorrow and fulfillment.
Deluc: Missing Motions
Missing Motions, the latest release from this amazing artist DELUC. This release follows its predecessor When Two Worlds meet using the nylon string guitar as the main instrument. Captivating the styles of Latin, jazz, and world influences to create this musical world of excitement, sorrow and fulfillment. Missing motions introduces such instrumentation as the Violin, Trumpet, Baritone and Alto Saxophones, full vocal sections and a Brass section but still keeping the focus on the Flamenco Guitar. At times Deluc wonders of using the electric guitar to create the amazing melodic lines that you can't help being pulled in. Recorded in 2003 at the Deluc new studios and Mastered by the one and only Michael Costa ( Stream AV ) the production will leave you speechless. Also with amazing performances by: Anthony Scaffidi-drums percussion, Glen Blair- saxophones, Kate Leduc- voice percussion, Lachlan McLeod- Violin, Bob Venier- Trumpet and finally Fred Leduc- Guitar Bass Keyboards Voice.
Reviewed by: Nu Flava