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Magnetic Whale by Veselino Jazz Project

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Album Title: Magnetic Whale
Luka Veselinovic
Released: 2013

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Fiona's Comments

Lots of jumpy refraction, dizzying drums and oodles of osmotic Weather Report synthesis. Going, going, gone.

About the Album

Veselinovic Jazz Project

A debut album by Luka Veselinovic called "Magnetic Whale", by Veselino Project. "Magnetic Whale" features Veselinovic playing bass guitar with some of the finest young musicians from the Berklee College of Music. They recorded five of his original compositions, inspired by contemporary jazz and world music. Originally from Croatia, Veselinovic re-harmonized a traditional Croatian Folk Song, "Opatijske Ostarije," and is proud to premiere this work on the album as well. The album is inspired by the peaceful sounds of Esbjorn Swenson Music, Pat Metheny, Wayne Shorter melodies, and “Weather Report” Energy.

Track Listing

1. Magnetic Whale, 2. Just This, 3. Mr. Newald, 4. Deep Skin, 5. Endo Sanda Mama, 6. Opatijske Ostarrie

Personnel

Veselino Jazz Project
bass, electric

Additional Personnel

Luka Veselinovic: el bass, vocals Ken Ichicawa: drums Raphael Pannier: drums Eitan Gofman: tenor sax, soprano sax Daniel Rotem: tenor sax Khyion Hursey: alto sax Meari Nam: piano Santiago Bosch: piano Zvjezdan Ruzic: piano

Date featured

August 6, 2013

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