Mano Reza | Getting Started Maxi Single

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Getting Started Maxi Single

by Mano Reza

Smooth funky jazz. The lead single from the forthcoming Acid Jazz Project CD. Groove based instrumentals with a funk edge smoothed out with jazzy guitar work.
Genre: Jazz: Acid Jazz
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1. Getting Started Part 1
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4:22 $0.99
2. Blue Minor 7th
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3:52 $0.99
3. Funk 1 (The Construct Part 2)
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3:22 $0.99
4. Getting Started (Extended Remix)
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6:59 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Getting Started Part 1 is the lead single from the forthcoming album, The Acid Jazz Project. This release is a preview of the latest music project by artist Mano Reza. The Acid Jazz Project will be a complete album of smooth funky jazz instrumentals in multiple styles. The single has already been featured on internet radio and podcasts.

The Getting Started Extended Remix was done by James Reeno of Spazzoid Entertainment. Reeno takes this smooth jazz single and remixes it in the classic style of an old school disco 12'. An Electro style breakdown as well as a blistering saxaphone solo (played by Mitch Endick), are seemlessly blended together in a very danceable version of the song, worthy of a print on vinyl. To hear more of Reeno's work, visit him at www.spazzoid.com

For more information on the Acid Jazz Project visit these sites:

ManoRezaMusic.com

myspace.com/acidjazzproject


If out of stock, this cd can be purchased here:

cafepress.com/acidjazzproject


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Phil Green

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A fine taster of guitar led instrumental tunes that are difficult to categorise, though their roots are definitely in jazz. All three tunes have catchy hooks, my only gripe is why on earth did Mano insert a purposeful awfully loud scratching noise to ruin the beginning of “Blue Minor 7th.” Please edit this out of the album version.