The Trio of Stridence | Auditur Periculosum

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by The Trio of Stridence

A fresh, aggressive interpretation of instrumental jazz rock music featuring Paul Marangoni, Peter Bakaja, Allen Hinds, Luca Mantovanelli, and Alex Milella.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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2. Havona / Reza
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3. Dr. Slump
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4. Watermelon in Easter Hay
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10. As Falls Wichita, so Falls Wichita Falls
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In the summer of 2010 I realized that it had been over five years since our debut, so I figured we were long overdue to start a new Trio project. From that summer up until the record was completed in December of 2012, I moved three times and recorded in five different locations. There were many obstacles along the way, but somehow it all came together. Tracks were recorded in California, USA, and also in Hungary, the United Kingdom, and Italy.

This time around we have a fantastic new bass player named Peter Bakaja, as well as three new guitarists: Allen Hinds, Luca Mantovanelli, and Alex Milella, who each played on several tracks each and will surely delight fans of jazz and fusion with their inspired performances.

The record creates a cohesive mood and atmosphere and will sound great blasting in your car, through your monitors, or in your earphones.


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drTONE

Return to Stridencense!
A welcomed resounding eargasm of jazz rock awesomeness. The legacy of great fusion, with a striding, swinging stomp to the future, all wrapped in the most ginormous, gooey production. The art, love, and passion of music is back....get your Stridence on now!!!

Rob Waxman

Fusion Goodness
Following up on their fantabulous CD Pastrami Standards, the boys are back to put their own
twist on some fusion, jazz and yes, Zappa tunes. Fine dance music. Make sure your appointment
with your chiropractor is secured. Great music any way you look at it.

Halfdim7

Taking a chance on Stridence
I had never heard of the Trio Of Stridence before I saw a post on fuze-zone.com about their upcoming album and its rather generous pre-order offering price of $7(S&H incl.). After a quick glance at the track listing, it was clear that, despite my being ignorant to their existence, these guys were recording this just for me(or someone very much like me): Holdsworth, Metheny, Pastorious, Zappa, etc. The choice in material is ambitious, to say the least, and this effort could easily have devolved into a bad parody album in less capable hands.
As it stands, its a thoroughly enjoyable trip down memory lane, done with a modern approach that keeps things from ever sounding self-consciously "retro". The overall feeling of the album is one of respect for the compositions, not of pandering to the nostalgia market(such that it exists for fusion). There are a few noticeable rough spots, such as the unbalanced mix and audible guitar hum on "Watermelon In Easter Hay", but it's more than made up for by the quality of the overall package and the lack of any tacked-on vocalists or other obnoxious gimmicks.
Guitar aficionados will no-doubt hear aspects of the Holdsworth-via-Henderson approach from all three guitarists present, but approached in a different way by each, and with plenty of variety to keep things from getting stale.
In short, highly recommended to fans of small-ensemble fusion.

Henry Seauvin

OMG I can't stop listening to this!!!
I am really, REALLY digging this record. The tune selection, the sound, the vibe, it's all there. Great playing by everyone. Highly recommended!!!

Gerard O.

Fusion at it's best
The new trio of stridence cd is all i hoped for! A fine selection of tunes and great performance of all the participating musicians who are giving each tune their own great sound. It makes you want to listen to the music over and over again. Fusion at it's best , what are you waiting for....you won't be dissapointed buying this cd.