Jeff Spitza | Digital Fruit, A collection of works by Jeff Spitza

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Digital Fruit, A collection of works by Jeff Spitza

by Jeff Spitza

A portrait of world based, unconscience digital fusion designed for creative listening.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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1. ArabiaLSD
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2. Tokyotronic
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3. Hartung
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4. Charles Ives
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5. Twelve trolls wood
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6. 15 second idols-USA mix
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7. God is red
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8. Elektrus
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9. Fission for orchestra and a day
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10. Sun pup
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11. Phoenix
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12. Dawn
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13. Plastajazz
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14. We want water
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15. Blue blond green black
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16. Dragon
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17. Arrival at M108
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Hello and thank you so much for visiting my site. At the risk of creating some sort of a self-indulgent, megalomania diatribe and the artistic terror that goes along with it, I was persuaded to not only publish my efforts but also write about them!
Throughout the last ten years, I have created many different works but have only released them to a few close friends. Now, I'm trying out the world. I am thrilled to have finally manifested, in my opinion a musical style in which I can really evolve artistically. Being a jazz fusion drummer of sorts, and finally reconnecting to the instrument after a long absence, I find a real primal urge back to the "unstructured" and "eastern" worlds of sound. Also, a strong interest in the philosophies of Carl Jung also fueled my creativity and questions concerning the idea of a collective unconscious. As I can only imagine visually the amount of energy on this planet, so is the music that I try to make: busy, dense and at times very little space. I can't help this as I feel all sorts of chaos coming up from God only knows. I'm really just trying to channel this image as best a person knows how. Also, I could go a little into the technical side of producing digital music but it does not seem to interest people in as much as why it was created. So, this is why: I can't seem to do much else in this life so my choice is clear: release this stuff for some kind of exposure and possibly hope that this "stuff" sells at least a few copies.
And speaking of selling at least a few copies, please feel free to listen to my other musical persona, Elektrus for a interesting meditation tool. The link to the Elektrus CD is:
http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/elektrus


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Mark, Ireland

Complex, interesting, vibrant and well-produced
This is a very fine album. Technically masterful, musically fascinating and alive and worthy of close listening. Sometimes I would like the ideas to develop a little more (there are so many of them!) and the presentation in terms of the cd(-r) itself and cover art etc is kind of minimal but these are really minor things. What matters is the music and this is one very capable and interesting composer. I particularly like Tokyotronic. Very exciting. Would love to hear more of his work and encourage him to try the world out some more! Buy it if you like this genre and the samples; you won't be disappointed.