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Mysterious Maze by Oytun Ersan

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Album Title: Fusiolicious
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018


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Fiona's Comments

Tighter than a shoal of fish fighting squid ink in a sea of plastic. Fusiolicious: intensely fused.

About the Album

Fusiolicious (Funk-Jazz-Fusion) by bassist Oytun Ersan presents an incredible lineup of legendary musicians such as Dave Weckl, Eric Marienthal, Gary Husband, Gerry Etkins, Dean Brown, Brett Garsed, Okan Ersan, Mike Miller and Karen Briggs. Mysterious Maze is the second track of this recently released album and features Oytun Ersan (Bass); Dave Weckl (Drums); Eric Marienthal (Saxophone); Dean Brown (Guitar); Gerry Etkins (Keys); Gökay Gökşen (Trombone); Utku Akyol (Trumpet). The album is produced, mixed and mastered by Ric Fierabracci.

Track Listing

#1: Oh, That Butterfly, #2: Mysterious Maze, #3: Rise Up, #4: L.A., #5: Rooms, #6: Ocean, #7: Sacred Solace


Oytun Ersan
bass, electric

Additional Personnel

Oytun Ersan (Bass); Dave Weckl (Drums); Eric Marienthal (Saxophone); Dean Brown (Guitar); Brett Garsed ( Guitar); Mike Mille (Guitar); Okan Ersan (Guitar); Gary Husband (Keys); Gerry Etkins (Keys); Karen Briggs (Violin); Gökay Gökşen (Trombone); Utku Akyol (Trumpet); Aytunc Akdogu (Vocals); Simge Akdogu (Vocals).

Date featured

April 21, 2018

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