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Josh Maxey's Cycles Of Sound: A Series Of 6 Albums In 12 Months

Josh Maxey's Cycles Of Sound: A Series Of 6 Albums In 12 Months

Cycles of Sound by Josh Maxey will be released on January 31st, 2013. It is the sixth album in a series of 6 recordings in 12 months. The album is a set of live music featuring songs from the previous five albums in the series. There are nine tracks, eight original songs plus Robert Johnson's Hellhound ...

ARTICLE: TAKE FIVE WITH...

Take Five With Josh Maxey

Read "Take Five With Josh Maxey" reviewed by Joshua Maxey

Meet Josh Maxey: Making a series of six albums in twelve months. Doing it without Impulse!, Blue Note, Verve, money or without playing the Village Vanguard. Eating a lot of pizza. One through five-and-a-half available: Incarnate, Approach, The Language of Sound and Spirit, Argument for the Blues, Light Cycles and Blues in the Kitchen ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Seven Weeks Of New Music Continues By Josh Maxey

Seven Weeks Of New Music Continues By Josh Maxey

Starting on August 14th we began releasing seven weeks of new music. 8/14 was the single release of Mountain View 8/21 was the single release of Light Cycle One 8/21 new album: Light Cycles - Album number 5 in a series of 6 records in 12 months. September Blues in ...


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