Jens Johansson | Fission

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by Jens Johansson

Progressive polymetric fusion. Anders Johanson, Shawn Lane, Mike Stern also perform.
Genre: Jazz: Weird Jazz
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1. Hooded Strangers
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10:41 $0.99
2. Phase Camouflage
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6:49 $0.99
3. Zero Sum Game
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3:36 $0.99
4. Acrostic Shibboleth
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8:12 $0.99
5. Don't Mention the War
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10:49 $0.99
6. Race Condition
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7. Crowd Tectonics
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6:15 $0.99
8. Nystagmus
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9. Beautiful Lung Dogs
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Peter Oljelund

Very strong fusion. Also very "swedish". The first track is the best one.

Terence McClain

Awesome! the musicianship is incredible, This is a wild ride into the land of ha
Fission is a great cd. I've been trying to get it for over a year but no one seemed to have it. I'm a big fan of Shawn Lane and I'm familiar with Jens work because I have Yngwie Malmsteen's first album. This cd is everything I expected it to be and I'm glad I found it at CD Baby!

Thank you very much

Peter Kapp

Great Music, very powerful.
I like the sound of your keyboard first heard on "Heavy Machinery"-that was the reason to buy "Fission".
I wasn't dissapointed!
Drums are very powerful too.Some bass guitar would've made it complete.
In my oppinion the pieces are a little too extended (Don't mention the war, even Hooded Strangers, which is one of my favourites reminding me somehow of the rock ballads of the 80's-Kansas, Bob Seeger).

My favourites are 1,7,8.
Keep it up-i like this straight forward, hard-hitting smashing music.
I'll keep an ear on you!

Best Regards,