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FUSION CORNER

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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 22 Jan 2010, 12:42

projeKct wrote:
wowie wrote:New Roland V-Drum!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gki0WDfL50g

Hey, this is cool !!

Do you think about buying this one??

I'm the owner of an "old" Roland TD-6 V-Drum... and it does the job...

But the 7 videos about this New ROLAND V-DRUMS TD-12KX are pretty amazing!

and just look at this : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLPRevpils0&NR

;)



THANKS for the link!!
i forwarded it!
this Michael Schack guy makes fun :D
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pn-NIR8itOY&NR=1

well i wish i could but i have no money and no room :D
I have a workmate who got an old one and if i want i can lend it.
But im ok with my actual Sonor. Its standing in an art school near by and so we jam every week at the moment.
Makes fun :D

@Little Joe
:D :D
i just discovered those videos from the 1974 montreux fest.
so i have to share! i like them very much :D
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0yqhoPux38&NR=1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9ToxetEZUM
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby Little Joe » 22 Jan 2010, 22:28

wowie wrote:@Little Joe

i just discovered those videos from the 1974 montreux fest.
so i have to share! i like them very much
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0yqhoPux38&NR=1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9ToxetEZUM

Fascinating stuff! Beautiful and weird. :)
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 22 Feb 2010, 10:20

some more vids
Lost in ... Mark Murdock
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TiWA7uBP9Es
HEY ProjeKct CHECK OUT!!! M. is doing some amazing e-drum stuff!!! I have to find more of this!!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkFWjkrN0E4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zi6sEm5BvZI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2nSd_PR9ZiY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MB5nlySwL00

Jaco - i have to get his big band stuff!!!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLhR_kConY0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AhKweMpBBPg

Brand-X
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3zIKBF5yTg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXqq6W8vtYQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPJueXdlDwQ

there are many great vids at "musicproductionnotes"
im not sure if its Mark Murdocks personal channel or who it is i havent checked out that deeply but its worth a DEEP look!!
Next post will be about BRAND-X!!
so long, keep the heat for the melting pot!!
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby Mr. Layne » 19 May 2010, 06:47

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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 21 May 2010, 08:35

cant view your vid at the moment because its Sony US property and i have no fun to activate my proxy right now ...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0LJ2GlziJk :D
there are some great vids from RTFs last tour!!!
I only have one solo work by Al, Elegant Gypsy.
I like it. I also have some McLaughlin, di Meola stuff but im not really into it because after my Mahavishnu explorer phase, i had enough of guitars and so i stopped before i got deeper into this guitar solo stuff and so on .... well

... can you recommend something more romantic by Al?
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby Mr. Layne » 30 May 2010, 02:24

good old return to forever, 1973 Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy and 1976 Romantic Warrior my faves.

Al Di Meola has a very varies discogs, the ones in the 80 are more pop oriented
1976 Land of the Midnight Sun
1978 Casino
those are awesome, and very much like Elegant Gypsy, as for something more calm and 'romantic' 1980 Splendido Hotel and 1982 Electric Rendezvous, and i really like 2006 Consequence Of Chaos if you are willing to try something new.

hope it helps.
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 08 Jun 2010, 10:18

THANKS dude, i will check it out!!

BTW another gem:
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Oblique "Oblique" 1985
Oblique is Gerard Stokkink and Tom Bachmann. The album is used as music for the danceperformance "Oblique" from the Shusaku & Dormu Dance Theatre (Don't expect a dance-album now...). The LP was highly acclaimed as it was listed by MusicMaker as 'one of the best Dutch albums ever
Nevertheless Oblique never made another album again and stopped in 1988 as a band in order to fully focus on composing music for audio-visuals.

This is more an ambient fusion album, even OST, soft and lots of FX and fretless bass.
But also great use of sax, klarinet and drums!!
A true journey, contemporary!!

toetsen: Gerard Stokkink; drums, percussie: Tom Bachmann; bas: Oswald Kiemeneij; bas: Ed Simpson Baikie; gitaar: Hans Hollestelle; gitaar: André de Wert; toetsen: Jaap Hamburger; sax, klarinet: Michael Moore; sax: Tom Barlage; sopraan: Conny van Kuik;
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 20 Jun 2010, 10:25

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BRAND-X
a very special fusion act!
Like Zawinul and Shorter met at the "******* Brew" sessions,
Collins and Jones met at the "Another green world" recordings.
(Before Collins was on the schedule, Bill Bruford was the calculated drummer).
Percy Jones has a very unique bass style, fretless and sometimes it sounds like a trombone or trumpet.
Specially in the modern times since 1992 you can hear that he brings his bass to the extreme.

Jones, Goodsall and COllins played also on "Peter and the Wolf" adaption and "Marscape" by Lumley and Lancaster.
After that, BrandX was born.
Jones and Collins made a very special rhythm section, together with Morris Pert on percussion, the very tasty sounds of Goodsall and Lumley on guitar and keys, they played a very floating and groovin fusion style. Extremely quirky, still with lots of space, dynamic and melodic.
Unorthodox Behaviour (1976) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SrN4_Eg2Zx4
Morrocan Roll (1977) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGj6_iwmb_A
are the definite highlights of the first period until 1982. MUST HAVES IN EVERY FUSION COLLECTION!!!

On Masques, Product and Do they hurt (78-80), the sound gets less quirky (still fast but not that dynamic and collin'esque), less natural and exotic. They try to bring it to a new form with the tools they have. You also have pop tendencies, drum machines, less emlodys.
UB and MR are really masterpieces of fusion!! Hard to reproduce it especially at that time!
They had to be very flexible with the players on every album, specially because Collins was very busy with Genesis.
Still there are great songs on every of those albums! On "Do they hurt" there are even some great ideas of song arrangement and style.
The last album ("Is there anything about") from that period finally shows the path of doom - it sounds .... 80s.
Maybe the lamest album.

They made a long break, but 1992 they came back with „Xcommunication“ and a new drummer, Frank Katz. The sound was good and much better then their last album. They only played as trio Goodsall, Jones & Katz.
Sadly they came not close to the melody or quirky stuff from the early period but they still played a fuion that was and is outstanding in the genre.

1996 the sound was getting richer with the xylophon and midi-vibes man, Marc Wagnon. A new sound was born which established later in the band TUNNELS.
Frank Katz left for Tunnels and Pierre Moerlen (Gong) was hired but is already replaced by Brock Avery.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXqq6W8vtYQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghXyKhA-3nw
btw there are many great great videos of Brand X at youtube, specially at the musicproductionnotes channel!!

Since then, some compilations saw the daylight which had more of the old day sound into it. Plot thins, History and X-files.
1997 they also released UN-released material from 75-76 (Missing period). There you can see how it works ;)
Fine release!

There was the rumor for a new Brand-X album around 2005 but no news so far.
They are all still active.
You have to go on the Goodsall myspace, hes freakin cool, a true humanist it looks like. He also has Transatlantic in his friends space!! :D
http://www.myspace.com/johngoodsall

Goodsall, Jones and the other members also appeard on numerous other works like
Fire Merchants (very Brand X like)
Schizoid Dimension - A tribute to King Crimson (Goodsall and Jones contributed 2 songs, Red & Neal and Jack and me)

I just love Brand-X, still un-topped fusion act!!
My Fave: Moroccan Roll & Livestock
DONT MISS!!!!


totally different recommendation i just discovered:
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Finn Peters "Butterflies"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finn_Peters
BEAUTIFUL STUFF!!!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DifmDDaeYBU
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 28 Jul 2010, 08:54

another little recommendation for this month:
Johannes Zetterberg
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"Luna Nueva"

Very fine fusion!!!
A great drummer, great guitar and synth work and very melodic songwriting!!
Just very fine stuff!!

have a listen and view here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQz6-94JTEE

http://www.myspace.com/johanneszetterberg
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby NotSteven » 30 Jul 2010, 12:36

wowie wrote:On "Do they hurt" there are even some great ideas of song arrangement and style.

Do They Hurt? also featured quite idiosyncratic sleeve notes by Michael Palin (sadly not reproduced on the CD booklet, if I remember correctly).
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 31 Jul 2010, 10:51

NotSteven wrote:
wowie wrote:On "Do they hurt" there are even some great ideas of song arrangement and style.

Do They Hurt? also featured quite idiosyncratic sleeve notes by Michael Palin (sadly not reproduced on the CD booklet, if I remember correctly).


:D
thanks for that fine detail!!

just found this
http://www.dailyllama.com/spam/audio/palin.html
scroll a bit down and you will find the "do they hurt?" entry.

as im a big Monty Python fan, a fan of english (celtic) culture and mysterious/illusionary art (Impressionism, Surrealism)
i also have to share this with you which i also just found
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJAkzLpvKXE
Palin meets Hammershoi
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby NotSteven » 31 Jul 2010, 11:51

I have always appreciated the inherent humour in Brand X - silly song titles (Why should I lend you mine (when you've broken off yours already)), silly song titles with Monty Python references (Algon (where an ordinary cup of drinking chocolate costs £8,000,000,000)), wacky album credits and sleeve notes ("recorded at Morgan Studios where curtains are drawn but rest of the furniture is real"), propensity for puns (Moroccan Roll - more rock 'n' roll, indeed), and probably their highly individualistic take on jazz/rock fusion was a crucial part of the joke. Humour belongs in music!
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 23 Aug 2010, 08:47

NotSteven wrote:Humour belongs in music!

For some it does ... ;)
Me and you for example ... :D

heres a wonderful gem i just found out there in the melted but fragile depths of the internet:
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Virgo "Four Seasons"

Just look at this beautiful cover!!
ITS FROM 1976, i write this in upper case because the sound is so contemporary and the compositions are so trippy fresh!
It goes strongly into Weather Report direction.
Its a german band and imo this is one of the best german jazz and fusion albums you can get!!!
HIGHLY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!

I think Virgo have released 4 album between 75-79. This one should be the second.
I will definitely try to get hold of the other 3 and report.
http://www.krautrock-musikzirkus.de/de, ... 317,N.html


some more actual stuff:
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Build an Ark
http://www.myspace.com/buildanarkdawn

This is an outstanding project!!!
You can label them with "soul-jazz collective" :D
http://www.kindred-spirits.nl/index.php?idxNews=383
This is their label, also very interesting!

Listen, this will tell the most!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bApkP2_GbGI
just great and beautiful contemporary stuff!
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 10 Sep 2010, 08:10

i just found ARTHUR RUSSELL through a friend.
So i cant tell you big but i can tell you one thing:
HIS MUSIC IS BEAUTIFUL AND EXTREMELY CREATIVE!!!

Just listening to this great compilation:
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FIRST THOUGHT BEST THOUGHT
Includes only instrumental works.
Recommended!! Even highly if you are audiophile!!
For me it sounds like wonderful symphonic chamber music with a modern experimental touch.
Or like "Another Green World 2.0"
http://www.amazon.com/First-Thought-Bes ... 458&sr=8-1
here you can have a listen!!

and here are some more infos
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Russell_(musician)
he died with 40 on AIDS.
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 17 Jul 2011, 08:52

ok fusion friends
after a long time ... i revitalize with my already posted (THX again NotSteven for revitalizing my research!!) 2 very great
EBERHARD WEBER releases.

BUT BEFORE we come to the more or less routine, heres a little homage to one guy who REVOLUTIONIZED THE METAL GENRE AND BROUGHT PROG METAL TO NEW HIGHS, A TRUE KING OF ROCK AND PROG MUSIC and a friend of our beloved Mr. Stolt.
Sadly, he and his long time band divorced lately. no one knows if this is good or bad until now but we will see and hear in near future i guess.
SO LONG, WE SHOULD NOT FORGET HIS WORK WITH HIS LONG TIME BAND WHICH WAS ABSOLUTELY AMAZING:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgW8djQZb8o
HAIL TO MUSIC AND HAIL TO MIKE PORTNOY
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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1977 "The Following Morning" (ECM 1084)
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&
2000 "Endless Days" (ECM 1748)
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Both releases are extremely fine works of blending jazz and symphonic structures. Even ambient structures.
"... his 2001 release "Endless Days" is perhaps the most elemental fusion of jazz and classical yet realized, the true epitome of chamber jazz."
(from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eberhard_Weber)

Eberhard Weber is an outstanding german bass player and international well known jazz artist.
He uses very exclusive instruments like electric upright bass and double bass.
He has designed an electric-acoustic bass featuring an extra C-string.

He also played with Kate Bush on following releases:
* The Dreaming (1982)
* Hounds of Love (1985)
* The Sensual World (1989)
* Aerial (2005)

He also played with such greats like Burton, Powell, Metheny, Grapelli and Towner.

here are 2 example from his 1977 work and with Garbarek and Gurtu:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAMqyrvvCh4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F86FO9eKDTY

So check it out, some great stuff in here!!!

Bonus:
2 Antonio Sanchez drum videos
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39u-qOghJrs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enoH1zDpwGg
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby NotSteven » 19 Jul 2011, 06:35

wowie wrote:THX again NotSteven for revitalizing my research!!


You're welcome, wowie...
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 02 Sep 2013, 08:47

buja, totally forgot this thread.
Well i have to admit that my research was kind of sleeping a long time. it was not totally asleep, but it was minimized.
But anyway, there is so much to post ... from present and from the past, lets start it over and over again!!
:)

here are some fresh candidates, some really amazing stuff:
(i already posted them in the "what are you listening ... thread)

Eyvind Kang (usa)
is a composer and multiinstrumentalist doing all kinds of projects at the moment.
So much to explore
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42yDPbo-rD0

Artichaut Orchestra (france)
a teriffic band fusing jazz, klezmer symphonic, rock, electro etc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=viBb6y88hKE

Five Storey Ensemble (belarus)
is a symphonic folk avant band (there are lots of them, all over the world!!!)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGkKatEDYS0

Blue Cranes (usa)
are doing mostly jazz with a bit of rock and symphonic.
so you can say quite a classic but extremely fresh fusion band
http://bluecranes.bandcamp.com/music

Annuals (usa)
are a indie band (as "indie" means mostly "dont know what it is up to" its pretty close to fusion genre) but you could also decribe them as a
rock/country/electro/punk crossover band. Dont know if i already psoted them here, as i totally forgot what ive posted here, but anyway.
They still develop and on there newest release they put out some of the greatest electro-acoustics youve ever heard. Check out the details!!
Only Genesis/Gabriel can hold up to this!
http://annuals.bandcamp.com/album/time-stamp

Jakko Jakszyk (uk)
is married to Amanda Giles and a full part of the King Crimson family.
his "solo" album "Bruised Romantic Glee Culb" is a must have for all prog/fusion lovers.
A double release with great rock, fusion, ambient and contemporary style songs.
The second disc contains some awesome covers iE from King Crimson and Soft Machine.
heres is some of his latest project with Akiko Kobayashi
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-YhH3TtAmk

one of my most listened bands at the moment is
jack O the Clock (usa)
(with a hot link to Fred Firth)
they do true fusion, a mix of symphonic, folk, jazz, rock, ambient and everything else .... a wonderful project
http://jackotheclock.bandcamp.com/

and here also a rarity and gem
Dieter Reith (germany)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFHrTTQ_48E
here the back cover from the vinyl EP from the golden years of fusion
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 05 Jul 2014, 07:23

Zappa compilation
and as it is with open minds...such projects will never be finished ;)

the categorys are
A listen through and always surprised how good it is
B listen trough ... mostly
C extreme n curiosity stuff

A
Roxy Medley (Pygmy Twylite/village of the sun/echidnas scarf/son of orange county)
Apostrophe Medley (Nanoo Rubs it/ St Alfonzo.../Father Oblivion/Uncle Remus)
Inca Roads (one size fits it all)
Strictly Genteel (orchestral favorites)
Black Napkins (zoot allures+make a jazz noise here)
I promise not to come in your mouth (2012 zappa in new york)
Sofa no 1 (one size fits it all+2012 zappa in new york+the best band...)
Peaches en regalia (hot rats)
Duke of prunes (orchestral favorites)
Lets make the water turn black (make a jazz noise here)
Blessed relief (the grand wazoo)
Florentine pogen (one size fits it all)
Packard goose (joes garage)
Treacherous cretins (Shut up n play yer guitar)
sleep dirt (sleep dirt)
Watermelon in easter hay (joes garage)
Lucil has messed my mind up (joes garage)
Twenty small cigars (chungas revenge)
Holiday in berlin full blown (burnt weeny sandwich)
Andy (one size fits it all)
Zoot Allures (zoot allures)
Mr green genes (the best band you never heard)
Bolero (the best band you never heard)
Zoot Allures (the best band you never heard)
Jesus thinks you are a jerk (the best band you never heard)
Rubber shirt (sheik yerbouti)
Pink Napkins (Shut up n play yer guitar)

B
Penguin in bondage (roxy)
Flambay (sleep dirt)
The torture never stops (zoot allures)
Little umbrellas (hot rats)
Regyptian Strut (sleep dirt)
Waka/jawaka (waka/jakawaka)
Fembot in a wet t-shirt (joes garage)
Theme from 3rd movement sinister footwear (you are what you is)
Sharleena (chungas revenge)
Sy borg (joes garage)
Yo mama (shei yerbouti remaster)

C
Camarillo Brillo (overnite sensation)
Flakes (sheik yerbouti)
Outside Now (joes garage)
He used to cut the grass (joes garage)
While you where out (Shut up n play yer guitar)
The black page (make a jazz noise here)
Black page #2 (2012 zappa in new york)
St Etienne (Jazz from hell)
Montana
Advance Romance (Bongo Fury)
Bobby Brown (Sheik Yerbouti remaster)
Lets move to cleveland (the best band...)
rdnzl (studio tan)
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 31 Jul 2014, 15:14

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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 26 Oct 2016, 14:08

2 years later .... wow! :D

not that much to post as im heavy distracted by some other things but ...

some highlights:
Kamasi Washington
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqJJ-2cRR0M

Floating Points
https://soundcloud.com/floatingpoints/s ... s-i-ii-iii

Sean Ashe
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhRD-pG ... D7&index=3

Tonbruket
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eFjE_FHe3Q

Plini
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IY63_QR6toA

FUHR & FROHLING (more kind of classic folk electro fusion ... krautrock yeah ... so gooood!)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NE9wZVFf2cQ

Electric Outlet
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ioe5xzpVyMQ

Urban Nomad
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SH8yumDgw88

Anthony Pirog
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYqfv8wuf98

Shobaleader One
https://vimeo.com/161930934

Surgery (RARITY)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmDphDDh4oI

Sunbirds (RARITY)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xEetxbk5DgM

Piero Milesi ... is amazing!!! Its like Popol Vuh meets Ennio Morricone ;)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRgaOd2ig5M
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3cXQy5F6H4

EL PARAISO RECORDS doing lot of great fusion stuff
http://elparaisorecords.com/releases/br ... o-sessions


some actual acts:
Art Against Agony
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_2etVjoFNw

King Llama
https://kingllama.bandcamp.com/album/return-to-ox-2

The Cellar and Point
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=px0G2d_WxtQ

Robert Waddingtoon
http://www.robertwaddington.com/media-alphaapex/

Tormony Project
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ioe5xzpVyMQ

Hinkstep (this is some modern psychedelic fusion)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOBsWVvFGDY

Emancipator (modern electro +++)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4g7mPUskW8

Christian Scott
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1JnHCqqu64

Hildegard lernt fliegen
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1JvT6ujcdg

Edi Nulz
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdOlqWEpL5k
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby projeKct » 29 Oct 2016, 01:32

"not that much to post" ... LOL :lol:

Well, at first glance, I seem to like:

- Christian Scott
- Floating Points
- The Cellar and Point

So thanks a lot for that!!

BTW, this video is really cool... and impressive!

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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 29 Oct 2016, 02:28

well, in relativity to the 2 years break :D ;)

yeah impressive vid!
such an avant taste you got ;)

For the melodic freaks, i highly recommend Sean Ashe (hes a bit mozart'esque) and Surgery ... both have melody overflow ;)
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 15 Nov 2016, 14:02

german kraut at its best







the guy on the keys https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manfred_R%C3%BCrup
the guy on drums https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carsten_Bohn
http://www.bignote.de/

aaaand theres a japanese band called
ACOUSTIC PROGRESSIVE JAZZ ... A.P.J.
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 15 Nov 2016, 14:11

and 2 other german jazz/prog classics


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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 15 Nov 2016, 14:16

some good and "fresh" stuff from brazil


this is a nice instrumental concept album
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 15 Nov 2016, 14:42

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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 15 Nov 2016, 16:44

EPIC!!! Psychfusion at its best ... til they start to sing :?


this is the real shit
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 16 Nov 2016, 15:49

Aziza (feat Dave Holland)


Shabaka and the Ancestors
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 20 Nov 2016, 12:15

some more amazing brazil
QUANTUM 1983
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Re: FUSION CORNER

Postby wowie » 20 Nov 2016, 12:39

RAHMANN
arabic zeuhl fusion ... pretty good ... not that much zeuhl
http://www.progarchives.com/mp3.asp?id=6687

FRANCO LEPRINO - Integrati ... Disintegrati
i so so love that title ... MASTERPIECE!!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzxqH1UXXQQ

and heres a beautiful symphonic jazz approach ... so sooo good!
Aleksander Rjabov & Synthesis - Dialoogid 1982
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