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How Many Worlds?

How Many Worlds?

  • By Brian Ascenzo
  • Release 5/12/2006
  • Music Genre Jazz
  • Media Format CD
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'How Many Worlds? An instrumental search by guitarist Brian Ascenzo 1 Rainy Morning (5:04) A moody piece in 7/4 time, reminiscent of 80's progressive jazz/rock. Pat Gallo - Bass 2 How Are You Feeling? (3:01) A light, poppy keyboard tune. 3 Almost Sunrise (00:38) A short fore-shadowing. 4 Prelude #1 (1:53) Classical guitar solo from 'Another Day'. 5 Fair to Partly Cloudy (4:17) An old 'ECM records style jazz cut. Jim Lucas - Bass, Rob Emanuel - drums 6 (It) Could Be New Love (3:33) The classical guitar punctuates a groove inspired by Kate Bush's 'Running Up That Hill'. 7 Don't Lose Hope (2:08) A short, tonal expression. 8 Clouds Wander (4:25) An ethereal search, led melodically by the Jerry Jones Electric Sitar. 9 Metamora (1:55) Named for the lake where my family had a cottage. From 'Another Day'. 10 Prelude #3 (1:52) Classical guitar piece also on 'Another Day' This one shortened at 'Brother Ray's' suggestion. 11 So Far (4:51) Latin-pop a la Dan Fogelberg. It's that 'Part of the Plan- D thing'. Jim Lucas - Bass Rob Emanuel - drums Erika Syroid, Tom Fowler - Violin Raymond Sicam III - Cello Mike Gonzales - Flugelhorn 12 I love the Sunrise (3:25) A rousing big carribean/latin tune that was laying around and not helping to pay for beer. 13 Shuffle Off (4:34) A catchy rock-pop instrumental. Charles DeChant - Sax Sax, Tom Fowler - Bass Rob Emanuel - drums 14 Sunday Evening (1:52) The mystical goodnight. Also from 'Another Day'. Dennis Sheridan - Tablas, Percussion All other instruments performed by Brian Ascenzo Cuts # 4, 9, 10 and 14 recorded at Miller MIDI Productions, 1991 Cuts # 5, 11, and 13 - assistant engineer Kent Huffnagel Brian Ascenzo is a 30 year veteran of the entertainment business, during which time he has cut a wide path across the industry. As a musician, he has written, arranged and performed many styles of music, from classical to jazz to rock and techno (even the odd pit orchestra or musical) An old school musician, Brian plays guitar (all styles) bass, mandolin and also sings. Written, Arranged, Produced, and Recorded by Brian Ascenzo c p 2006 Pegwood Arts BMI all rights reserved.

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Artist: Brian Ascenzo
Title: How Many Worlds?
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 5/12/2006
Label: CD Baby
Media Format: CD
UPC: 804879041528
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