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Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity

Hi all,
Just pulled a new one from the oven.   This instrumental was originally inspired by Kenny's "Kenfucious" which made me want to do something more along the lines of fusion, a style I've never attempted before: http://forum.cakewalk.com/Kenfucious-m3625520.aspx
 
Unfortunately I don't think I quite hit the target since it started getting transitioning more to Prog as it went along, and no matter what, I just couldn't convince it to do otherwise.  Oh well.  
 
Anyway, here she is:  https://soundcloud.com/steve-cocchi/singularity
 
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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/10/26 01:58:53 (permalink)
    Absolutely love it.  How did you remember all the obscure notes?  Were you reading it? :D:D

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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/10/26 04:31:24 (permalink)
    Wow Steve. I wouldn't know where to start laying something this complex down. My brain hurts.
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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/10/26 12:30:42 (permalink)
    Reminds me of an album I loved by Bill Bruford waaayyyy back in the mid to late 70's. Your right, it does tend to drift more into prog territory, but you started out strong!
     
    Very nice, complex piece steve!
     
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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/10/26 13:09:29 (permalink)
    I am hearing King Crimson, ELP, Yes and a few other influences here Steve very cool  

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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/10/26 16:49:32 (permalink)
    Well done on this one, interesting arrangement and certainly has strong links to the Prog genre.

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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/10/26 20:04:57 (permalink)
    Cool! Interesting instrumental music with different parts. I liked the composition and arrangement. Sounds good.


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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/10/26 20:08:27 (permalink)
    Ooh early Genesis vibe for me - reminded me of The Knife from Trespass but without the lyrics. Great work - I don't know where you start to create such a complex piece - very well done. Andy

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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/10/26 20:13:35 (permalink)
    Oh yeah. For me this evokes my favourite prog band, Gentle Giant - they were highly complex, but also had swing. Brilliant stuff Steve, love this.

     
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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/10/28 03:59:41 (permalink)
    Yes, Yes I mean Yes.  Very cool.  How did you record the drums?  They sound great.  Also, at about 4:09 I did think you were going to break out into West Side Story's, "America."  I listened on headphones and thought the mix was pro.  Really great job.  I don't know how you would approach a song like this. 

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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/10/28 06:45:10 (permalink)
    This is excellent stuff Steve
     
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    Production sounds top notch, as per Steve...
     
     
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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/10/28 19:05:47 (permalink)
    First class musicianship here Steve. So is this all improvised?

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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/10/28 19:30:49 (permalink)
    Cool Prog song, Steve.  I really enjoyed this.  

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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/10/29 14:24:34 (permalink)
    As James says, shades of Gentle Giant for sure. Maybe a bit of Brand X and King Crimson, bands that lived on the crossover between Jazz and Prog. There is some very nice harmonic and melodic development.
     
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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/10/29 20:31:53 (permalink)
    Sweet! It's like ELP meets Kansas. Very mind boggling but it sure keeps one's attention!
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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/10/29 21:31:40 (permalink)
    Wow, listening to this sounds like opening a time capsule from the 70's.  I love its superb arrangement and playing.  Two thumbs up all the way.

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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/10/30 21:29:02 (permalink)
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    Absolutely love it.  How did you remember all the obscure notes?  Were you reading it? :D:D



    Thanks, David!   Nah, no reading here - I can read, I just did not.  The difficult part was going back to re-record cleaner versions of the initial recordings, and then trying to figure out what the @#$% I played.  
     

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    Wow Steve. I wouldn't know where to start laying something this complex down. My brain hurts.



    Thanks, Daryl!   I just start with a line/section or two (or five) and then start stringing them together, bit by bit, add a little salt to taste...    But my brain did hurt on occasion too. 
     

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    Reminds me of an album I loved by Bill Bruford waaayyyy back in the mid to late 70's. Your right, it does tend to drift more into prog territory, but you started out strong!
     
    Very nice, complex piece steve!

     
    Thanks, Dan!  Long-time Bruford fan here (one of my all time favorites) so I think I might know the one you mean...   And yeah, can't help the prog thing, but at least I made it part-way thru!
     
     
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    I am hearing King Crimson, ELP, Yes and a few other influences here Steve very cool  



    Thanks, Wooks!  Those bands are never seem to be too far back, no matter how I try.  After a few decades I guess it's just in the DNA.
     

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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/10/30 23:03:56 (permalink)
    Steve,
     
    Great track.    Very complex, yet very musical.   My head hurts trying to figure out how you put something like this together.    Really like it....huge thumbs up.

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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/11/01 23:12:43 (permalink)
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    Well done on this one, interesting arrangement and certainly has strong links to the Prog genre.



    Thanks, Adrian!  Appreciate the listen.
     
     
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    Cool! Interesting instrumental music with different parts. I liked the composition and arrangement. Sounds good.



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    Ooh early Genesis vibe for me - reminded me of The Knife from Trespass but without the lyrics. Great work - I don't know where you start to create such a complex piece - very well done. Andy



    Thanks, Andy!  I really wasn't going for Genesis at all, but like I'd actually be disappointed with a Trespass era reference.       It all starts with a line.  Or two. 
     
     
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    Oh yeah. For me this evokes my favourite prog band, Gentle Giant - they were highly complex, but also had swing. Brilliant stuff Steve, love this.



    Thanks, James!   Now there's one I don't see mentioned often.  Yeah, I also liked Gentle Giant - Genesis-like but always just a bit different. 
     

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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/11/01 23:33:30 (permalink)
    Loved every second of it.
     
    Could've been on almost any Yes album as far as I'm concerned. Or maybe a Yes-RTF collab.
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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/11/07 23:28:37 (permalink)
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    Yes, Yes I mean Yes.  Very cool.  How did you record the drums?  They sound great.  Also, at about 4:09 I did think you were going to break out into West Side Story's, "America."  I listened on headphones and thought the mix was pro.  Really great job.  I don't know how you would approach a song like this. 



    Thanks, John!  As for the drums, well...  I know it goes against the grain around these parts, but it's really just a single instance (SIT) of AD2 with two reverb sends.  Most of the "feel" is in the velocities IMHO.   Oh, the America line - that was completely unintentional and I didn't even realize it until you wrote it!   Then again, I always liked how Chris Squire quoted the line in Yes' version of Paul Simon's "America", so maybe that had a sub-conscious effect...
     
     
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    This is excellent stuff Steve
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    Production sounds top notch, as per Steve...

     
    Thanks, Andy!  Appreciate it.   And I will never argue with Prog Rules!  
     
     
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    First class musicianship here Steve. So is this all improvised?



    Thanks, Bjorn!   Yeah, most of the individual sections start out as improvisations/noodling that I then tweak, edit into shape, and string together.   That's typically how I do this type of material. 
     
     
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    Cool Prog song, Steve.  I really enjoyed this. 



    Thanks, Mike!   I appreciate the listen. 
     

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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/11/08 19:32:11 (permalink)
    nice 70's style prog rock!
     
    it's fun to listen to, 
    and great to hear someone still carries the torch,
    i listened to a LOT of this stuff in the late 70's...
     
    this has a bit of flavor of happy the man, crimson, and steve hillage, to my ear...
     
    i really like the flourish of the ending
     
    nice mix as well!
     

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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/12/01 23:05:08 (permalink)
    batsbrew
    nice 70's style prog rock!
     
    it's fun to listen to, 
    and great to hear someone still carries the torch,
    i listened to a LOT of this stuff in the late 70's...
     
    this has a bit of flavor of happy the man, crimson, and steve hillage, to my ear...
     
    i really like the flourish of the ending
     
    nice mix as well!



    Thanks, Bats!   I guess someone has to carry the torch, huh...  I don't mind.    
     

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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/12/07 17:15:08 (permalink)
    Mike Keneally and 70's Frank Zappa comes to mind. A+
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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/12/19 18:49:51 (permalink)
    Good tune. Well played. Well recorded and mixed. Nothing bad to say. Had YES written all over it.
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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/12/19 19:56:11 (permalink)
    Not my thing usually but this i liked.
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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/12/24 14:19:02 (permalink)
    Steve...your stuff ALWAYS blows me away...always top notch and this in no exception. Crazy timing...love it. You are so good at what you do! Thanks for sharing and Merry Christmas!!!!
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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2017/12/26 15:04:06 (permalink)
    This is just prog-tastic, and I love it.  Give me more!

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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2018/01/09 22:11:48 (permalink)
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    Mike Keneally and 70's Frank Zappa comes to mind. A+



    Thanks, Tobias!  Those are some heady comparisons.   
     
     
    Wayfarer
    Good tune. Well played. Well recorded and mixed. Nothing bad to say. Had YES written all over it.



    Thanks, Nun Biz!   Yes is always lurking somewhere in the back of my brain...
     
     
    DannyDee
    Not my thing usually but this i liked.



    Thanks, Danny!   I certainly appreciate the listen, especially since it isn't typically your thing.
     
     
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    Steve...your stuff ALWAYS blows me away...always top notch and this in no exception. Crazy timing...love it. You are so good at what you do! Thanks for sharing and Merry Christmas!!!!



    Thanks, Tom!   I very much appreciate it.   Oh, and a belated Merry Christmas to you too.
     
     
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    This is just prog-tastic, and I love it.  Give me more!



    Thanks, Sven!   "Prog-tastic"...  I'll take it.    
     

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    Re: Prog/fusion instrumental - Singularity 2018/01/17 14:37:23 (permalink)
    very Yes. I'm sure this took much practice to get all the parts in sync. all you need is some Jon Anderson on top. :)
     
    You pulled off this highly ambitious (and presumably original) piece extremely well. Kudos!

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