Spirojazz | History of Our New Age

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History of Our New Age

by Spirojazz

Alternative Rock, Techno, Progressive Jazz
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Our New Age
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8:22 $0.99
2. Lament of Istanbul
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8:55 $0.99
3. The Gathering Storm
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3:57 $0.99
4. Requiem for Manchuria
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5. The Widening Gyre
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6. Franklin and Adolph
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7. Benito's Rondo
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8. The Battle of Megiddo
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9. Blue Night
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10. Still Night
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11. The Lost (Rachel's Theme)
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Album Notes
Spirojazz's new release, "History of our New Age" is an edgy concept album in the Alternative/Electronica Genre. Unlike his earlier release which explored World Music and jazz genres, this release will please everyone from Radiohead to Classical Rock to Fusion Jazz fans. The album is riveting both in its concept and its execution and merits repeated listening over and over again. Tracks especially notable are "Our New Age", "Franklin and Adolph", "Benito's Rondo", "Blue Night", "Still Night" and the finale, "The Lost."


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