Gigantic Days (+ 2 hidden bonus tracks) (1999)

by Ian o'Brien

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Dillon Ethier
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Dillon Ethier This is instrumental electronica in a jazz fusion vein (or is it synth-heavy jazz fusion? gah, it's like that dress!), but the emphasis is more on the beats and grooves than solos or compositions. Ranges from smooth and chill to upbeat and funky. Thanks to Dr. Beaf, on whose feed I found this.
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Dr. Beaf The draw-card to this release, other than being quality music, is the time signature complexity; Natural Knowledge is a fine example. Very little is straight cut, yet it is embodied in the chill style full of Jazz Fusion and Funk influences. Also, I'm a sucker for long tracks. Favorite track: Natural Knowledge.
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Originally released in 1999. When you download this album, it contains two bonus tracks you won't find anywhere else. The 10 track album, as originally intended.

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released September 3, 2013

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Ian o'Brien Tokyo, Japan

Ian o'Brien plays piano, guitar, bass, drums, uniquely blending his sound with electronic/computer based music to make something different.

His 1st album 'Desert Scores' was released in 1996. 2 more albums 'Giagntic Days' and 'A History Of Things To Come' followed on UK Peacefrog recs.

His latest albums are available now exclusively here on Bandcamp.

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