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Audric Jankauskas

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2003 - Audric Jankauskas and Rob Lewcun collaborate to create the CD titled Spontageous , published and released by aujanmusic in January 2004 Spontageous is the name of the four piece jazz-rock group that features guitar, keyboards, bass, and drums. The sound of Spontageous can be best described as an exciting mix of styles that are reminiscent of the great artists that developed and cultivated the art-form of fusion. Never the less, the main goal was to create a musical adventure that demonstrates originality and a lyrical quality that speaks for itself. 2000 - Audric co-produced and mastered Tom Alexander's critically acclaimed solo piano CD titled What's Ahead. 1999 - Audric Jankauskas and Dave Miller release their CD project titled Sponge

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Article: Album Review

James Rosocha: Avalon

Read "Avalon" reviewed by Geno Thackara


It used to be that electric bassists had a fine line to walk when taking the lead on their own albums. They'd be in for criticism for being either too fast and flashy or too subtle (or often just for making one at all). Maybe it's the result of an age when there are niches suited ...

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Article: Year in Review

The Jazz Session: Oh, The Places You'll Go!

Read "The Jazz Session: Oh, The Places You'll Go!" reviewed by Jason Crane


It's been quite a year for The Jazz Session, my online jazz interview show: passing 300,000 downloads (and a few thousand away from 400,000 as I write this); forming a partnership with All About Jazz; adding more episodes per week; launching Facebook and Twitter pages; and just generally taking things up a level or two. I ...

Album

Spontageous

Label: Aujan Music
Released: 2004


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