Zane Musa - Introducing Zane Musa FLAC album
Title: Introducing Zane Musa
Style: Post Bop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1832 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1270 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1643 mb
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Zane Musa (January 1, 1979 – February 2, 2015) was an Alto/Soprano/Tenor virtuoso Saxophonist and talented vocalist, most widely known for his command of the saxophone. San Fernando Valley resident Zane Musa performed and recorded with some of the finest musicians around the globe. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Introducing Zane Musa Album.
Zane Musa (January 1, 1979 – February 2, 2015) was an Alto/Soprano/Tenor virtuoso Saxophonist and talented vocalist, most widely known for his command of the saxophone.
Zane Musa in an incredible virtuoso of the saxophone. His versatility amazed me every time we played. It is and honor and a privilege to play alongside him. – Arturo Sandoval, (legendary trumpet player) Zane Musa had solidly established himself as one of the most innovative and studied musician of the Los Angeles, California jazz scene.
Zane's recently recorded debut album - also released on vinyl - is called"Introducing Zane Musa," and it illustrates his inspired, straight-ahead approach to his medium. Zane's work is also on display in the 4-song EP CD, "Awesome in New York," by The Mishka Spiro Trio, of which he is also a member, trading off between alto and soprano sax with equal fluency.
Zane Musa passed away tragically last week in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He had just returned from performing with Arturo Sandoval’s band on a Caribbean jazz cruise. His family, friends, musicians, and fans alike are shocked and mourning his untimely death. Zane Musa an incredible virtuoso of the saxophone. It an honor and a privilege to play alongside him. -Arturo Sandoval. I first met Zane Musa when Austin Peralta performed live in the KCRW studios for Rhythm Planet back in 2008. Austin was amazing and so was Zane.
Muse is the self-titled debut EP by English rock band Muse. Recorded in 1997 at Sawmills Studios with producer Paul Reeve, it was released on 11 May 1998 by Dangerous Records, limited to 999 hand-numbered copies. The EP features four tracks, all of which were released again later – "Coma" was featured as the B-side to the band's second single "Cave", while the other three were re-recorded for the group's debut full-length album Showbiz.
|A2||Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise||5:16|
|A5||The Jive Samba||3:19|
|B1||Song For My Father||4:16|
|B3||Someday My Prince Will Come||7:02|
|B4||Well You Needn't||5:36|
|SAR101||Zane Musa||Introducing Zane Musa (Hybrid, DualDisc, Ltd, Sid)||Straight Ahead Records||SAR101||US||2005|
|SAR102||Zane Musa||Introducing Zane Musa (LP, Album, 200)||Straight Ahead Records||SAR102||US||2005|
|SAR101||Zane Musa||Introducing Zane Musa (LP, Album, 180)||Straight Ahead Records||SAR101||US||2005|