Tenor Sax, Fender Rhodes, Organ, Electric Guitar, Electric Bass, Drums, Percussion.
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Mike Milillo-Tenor Sax, Jamie Dubberly-Trombone, Doug Wright-piano, and Evan Paul-guitars, drums, bass and composition.
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Part of Big Sky CD, but leads into the next phase, Wormhole CD. Heavy, trippy spacey jazz.
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Recorded using Yamaha Motif piano keyboard, Music Lab Real Guitar VST with tenor saxophone part played on a Yamaha WX5 wind instrument using Solo Tenor Sax VST from Chris Hein Horns Vol. 1.5. Produced with Cakewalk by Bandlab.
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One of my best pieces - Yeah, do the tiel walk ;-) Best chart positions: # 8 in Jazz Charts, # 2 in Jazz Fusion Charts
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Cut# 1: "First Dark Sunrise" - Adventurous Fusion Jazzscape cut from the Debut 'VU Lux Parallel' Album, 'Helium Blue', released in December 2018.
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Cut# 1: "Apparently Random" - Driving and Melodic Syncopated Smooth Fusion Jazz cut from the Twenty-Sixth Michael Lee Thomas Album, 'Shades of Almost', released in February 2015.
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My version to a Aussensaiterbacking (#112) by Uli Mueller, Kloppmann equipped daphne blue Relic Strat & AxeFx II Cornford Sim
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featuring Terry Silverlight/drums, Paul Shaffer/organ, Will Lee/bass, Hiram Bullock/guitar, David Mann/sax, Mike Ricchiuti/Rhodes
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Cut / Movement #11: "Seasons of The Heart", from the Fifth 'Norm Alperson' Album, 'Time and Again' - Second part of "Ghosts and Shadows Lasting", this adventurous Fusion cut features a soundscape intro and driving Jazz selection with Modeled Sax.
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Written by JazzyEmi for me on Valentine's Day https://www.youtube.com/user/jazzyemi
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Some like it Hot...But at the Clickers Club on Saturday, July 28, 2018 @ 8PM/UK - SoundClick...it is time to like it COOL! E.G., COOOOL SUMMER BLUES. So just kick back & enjoy Cool (& Hot) Songs @ Clickers Club 24/7/365.
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Throat Chakra Say what you mean. Mean what you say song was created on the musical note G which resonates with the Throat Chakra. The flute and orchestral strings add calmness and stability within a laid back jazz structure. Click "more' to read
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