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Flat Busted by Project Grand Slam

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Album Title: Spring Dance
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012


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Fiona's Comments

A nice contemporary fusion tune for fans of that subgenre. Simple, likable, and to the point. Notable: Bassist Robert Miller was co-founder of 32 Jazz (along with the late Joel Dorn), a label which got the spotlight on some long overlooked gems of albums and artists, a service which the jazz community should be thankful for.

About the Album

Flat Busted- I call this my "jazz kinks" track because I actually wrote this tune after listening to "You Really Got Me" by the Kinks, which inspired me to come up with the signature lick I used. Hey, you never know. Personnel: Robert Miller (electric bass), Ron Thaler (drums), and Gilad Ronen (sax).


Project Grand Slam
Project Grand Slam


Date featured

July 7, 2012

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