The “Quartet of Jazz Death VOL. 2” strikes back with soaring melodies, cosmic funky grooves, epic symphonic landscapes, and acrobatic fusion solos!
Colin Trusedell’s new album, “Quartet of Jazz Death VOL. 2,” marks the return of the internationally acclaimed funk and fusion group, Quartet of Jazz Death, with 11 brand new original compositions. Trusedell takes the electric bass sound to the next level by experimenting even further with polyphonic octave effects and his SUPER SYNTH bass sounds!
Compositionally, Trusedell pulled from his classical background utilizing a set of full orchestra sounds throughout the new album mixed with phat and nasty grooves! The band is as tight as ever as the band lived with the tunes for over a year before recording them. The album has a wide range of appeal utilizing some featured guests like the smooth and voluptuous vocals of Krista Joyce, the tight syncopated rapping of Demoh, and the energetic fusion saxophone provided by John Dawson.
The Quartet of Jazz Death core members consist of some of the best and most well-know musicians in Colorado; Stefan Flores on drum set, Steve Langemo on electric guitar, Shawn Hanlon on keyboards and synthesizer, and Colin Trusedell on electric bass.
Soaring melodies, funky grooves, drum & bass electro/fusion jazz music, played by amazing musicians filling your ears with awesome music!
Available Worldwide on August 5th, 2016 through MyShowsLive Records.
Colin Trusedell is a national touring upright/electric bassist and educator. He is the Musical Director for the United States Air Force Academy Band’s Top 40 ensemble, Blue Steel, and the adjunct Professor of Bass at Colorado State University – Pueblo. Colin is the Booking Agent for MyShowsLive, a full service national booking agency, and the Director of A&R for MyShowsLive Records, an independent record label specializing in jazz, funk, and fusion music. He is also the host and bass player for the “Colin Trusedell Jazz Jam” radio show on KCMJ.org, 93.9FM – Colorado Springs.
Colin Trusedell is officially endorsed by Roscoe Guitars and played his custom Roscoe LG-3005 on all tracks on “Quartet of Jazz Death VOL. 2”
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