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Evolution Of JazzRaptor

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Audio CD, April 29, 2004
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Does the name Jack FOSTER III ring a bell ? For the moment, no… In order not to be that much surprised when the tidal wave will hit the Progressive rock world, here are a few information concerning him. And instead of going through a complete description of his curriculum vitae, here’s a short riddle: who is the one and only artist capable of starting a composition with a romantic ballad, going on with some heavy-metal riffs and finishing with free-jazz ? All of this flawlessly and with a perfect coherence… Still in the dark ? Even if one adds that the last sequence mentioned also includes a wonderful trombone solo ?!? Yes, you've guessed it right: the answer is MAGELLAN's brainchild, Trent GARDNER. He decided to help the young American singer-guitarist Jack FOSTER III, author of his very first album "Evolution Of JazzRaptor" (2004). And what a first album ! Deeply influenced by his mentor's typical production, it still shows a definite personality, which takes after European Progressive rock and classical music, jazz, blues-rock and country music. All of this with an obvious powerful and typically American sound. Given that the album was recorded at the Soundtek Studio, property of Robert BERRY (HUSH, THREE, THE DECEMBER PEOPLE...), the latter couldn't prevent himself from participating instrumentally to most of the tracks. This exceptional album could be considered as a new MAGELLAN release, designed to conquer the widest audience available. No doubt about it, this is a very serious contender for 2004’s best album award !

1. Bohemian Soul
2. Cat's Got Nine
3. Feel It When I Sting
4. The Shy Ones
5. Tiger Bone Wine
6. Dream With You
7. Lucifer's Rat
8. Every Time You Smile
9. Nirvana In The Notes

Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 29, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: April 15, 2004
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Musea/Muse-Wrapped
  • ASIN: B000256SLS
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,285,726 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Ellie Mae on January 26, 2008
Format: Audio CD
By chance I heard Jack Foster's song Nirvana in the Notes on I instantly fell in love with the song, great piano that progresses into a beautiful rock song then again into a jazz song. Every song has a different
sound to it, which makes the album complex & interesting, he has jazz, rock & folk all mixed together very well. I love this album so much that I ordered his other album without hearing it first, I am sure that I will not be disappointed.
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