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Sixth jazz/world fusion album by Gino Foti released on Net Dot Music label
(Published: December 05, 2013)

Global Resonances, the sixth solo album by jazz/world fusion bass guitarist & keyboard player Gino Foti, has been released by Net Dot Music, Inc.

For this release, all keyboards and synthesizers have been silenced, so the integration of traditional ethnic music & modern jazz-rock fusion influences is spearheaded by his bass guitars on the thirteen original tracks, featuring a fifteen-minute trilogy based on the triune aspect, and four duets sans percussion. Like his past works, his musical compass points in all directions of the globe and across several styles & genres, including an arrangement for four bass guitars of a Johann Sebastian Bach fugue.

Detailed composition notes are available at: http://NetDotMusic.com/Gl...

Audio clips of each composition can be heard at: http://NetDotMusic.com/Gl...

About Gino Foti:

His music explores the relationships between diverse musical traditions, and the dichotomy of rhythm and melody of the bass guitar, by integrating ethnic sonorities into his jazz fusion palette. If you are an avid listener of jazz-rock, world music, or related hybrids like: world jazz, world beat, and ethnic fusion - even new age & Classical - you will probably connect with the music in his catalog.

Complete information - and a free MP3 album - is available at: http://GinoFoti.com

About Net Dot Music:

Net Dot Music, Inc. is an independent record label specializing in instrumental fusion - all-instrumental music that blends several styles and genres. Their artist roster also includes:

Massimo - Percussionist and keyboardist who composes and plays in various styles and genres, favoring high-energy improvisational jazz fusion. Appearing on his eighteen releases are an arsenal of established jazz musicians, including: John Swana, Chico Huff, Steve Giordano, Jim Ridl, and Grammy® winner fusion legend Barry Miles.

Dave Kulju - Drawing from numerous influences across the musical spectrum, and a fertile imagination, his style of progressive rock/fusion is a colorful blend of textures, moods, and tones. A multi-instrumentalist, his releases feature an orchestral sound centered around the electric guitar.

Chris Rossi - Crossover jazz keyboardist, who has recently released his debut album that fuses elements of jazz, blues, R&B, and funk into groove-based compositions featuring retro/vintage keyboards & atmospheric soundscapes over loop/sample-based rhythm section arrangements.

Electrum - Progressive rock power trio whose music emphasizes rhythmic ensemble interplay, complex arrangements - usually in Classical forms - and a thorough exploration of odd time signatures.

For more information on our artist roster, their releases, and to download a free MP3 label sampler, please visit http://NetDotMusic.com


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