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Music of Mastaneh Nazarian
  • Artist: Kafka Pony
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479651571
  • Item #: SRD965157
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 2/14/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Music of Mastaneh Nazarian on CD

Guitarist and composer Mastaneh Nazarian introduces 6 original pieces for guitar trio, exploring new forms and textures for the ensemble through bossas, ballads and jazz waltzes. Beware of the twisted, the unusual and the quirky. Featuring the drumming talent of Paul Tavenner and bass ultra-melodicism of Jonathan Dimond, expect the slightly unexpected with Kafka Pony. About Mastaneh: I have been manipulating the world of sound as long as I can remember. A preoccupation with guitar related activities took hold at about the same time I immigrated to Rockville, Maryland from Tehran, Iran. Fell in love with everything music + jazz + lyrical soon after her first Yamaha Nylon String. I knew I was on the right path when I got the following comment from one of the instructors after showing up bright eyed and bushy tailed with my electric guitar to a Summer Jazz Workshop at the local Montgomery College: 'Just what the world needs...a girl with a guitar!' Influences: My biggest influences have been language and the wonderful teachers that I was lucky enough to run into and still do everyday. ... The music of Iran and it's many cultures, and Brazilian music are other top contenders. ...Olive Oil and all things good and food and tea and family are on the top of the list! Ok, Ok, must have been those crazy Polanski movies... Now really, let's get real: I have three words for you: Ellington Schoenberg Mingus.