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In Unexpected Places


Bruce H. McCosar
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    • 5 years ago

      Would really like to use your music in some of my videos which contain stories written by Soldiers and Veterans of our Wars......

    • 7 years ago

      quite original

    • 8 years ago

      This album maintains Bruce's outstanding reputation for making quality jazz fusion music as showcased in earlier recordings. My one critical complaint is that the clean electric lead could have had a bit more ambience and variety about it, it sounds a little too dry on some tracks, although taking nothing away from the very soulful and skilled playing. The bass, percussion and especially Hammond and Rhodes sounds continue to amaze me, beautiful, emotional playing from the soul for sure. Favourite tracks - I just adore Vanished Moments, Alone On The Tracks, and especially Tell Me Madame Fortune Teller, which sounds like Latin jazz, Steely Dan and Santana all rolled into one. Bruce - you are one talented dude and this album solidifies your reputation - certainly, your music is better than many people out there who are making a living from music commercially and we are so lucky to be able to hear this music and download it for free.

    • 9 years ago

      J'adore, j'en redemande toujours, un moment très agréable lors de l'écoute de ses albums enfin j'adore, j'adore, j'adore.....

    • 9 years ago

      Bruce plays jazz-fussion, easy and unbothered with genre, like JJ Cale plays blues. Well that's about all I have to say bye :). Ok, a pair more words. I am nor fan of this kind of jazz. It sound too polished and, well nice :). BUT, for some reason I like Bruce's work here. I think, that's for simple reason that I feel it like completely loose, easy and don't bothered with technicalities of genre. And I like Weather Reportish sinths synmths (Im sucker for sinth as some of you maybe noticed :)). So all my review is in first sentence here. All the rest is to say THANK you Bruce for you very inspirative and jazzy work here and thanks for sharing.