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Album

Fusiolicious

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: Oh, That Butterfly!; Mysterious Maze; Rise Up; L.A.; Rooms; Ocean; Sacred Solace.

Musician

Oytun Ersan

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Oytun Ersan is a Turkish Cypriot bassist, composer, recording artist and a member of the Recording Academy. He is best known for his soulful grooves, technique and melodic Jazz Fusion compositions. Oytun holds a degree in Music and a Masters Degree in Special Education. At the early age of 15, he joined the International Nicosia Municipality Orchestra as a saxophone and later as a bass player, making him the youngest professional musician to join an internationally recognised orchestra in Cyprus island. His passion for music lead Oytun to attended an Instrumental Conducting Course Masterclass run by the world famous conductor Prof

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Article: Album Review

Oytun Ersan: Fusiolicious

Read "Fusiolicious" reviewed by Roger Farbey


Bass prodigy Oytun Ersan is a Turkish Cypriot based in Nicosia, North Cyprus He's performed or collaborated with a host of jazz stars including Wycliffe Gordon, Mitchel Forman and drummer Dave Weckl who's featured on this high voltage fusion album. On the frenetic opener, “Oh, That Butterfly!" there's are coruscating solos from Eric Marienthal, ...

Album

Fusiolicious

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Track listing: #1: Oh, That Butterfly, #2: Mysterious Maze, #3: Rise Up, #4: L.A., #5: Rooms, #6: Ocean, #7: Sacred Solace

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Mysterious Maze

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Duration: 08:36


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