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No Fear Music
  • Artist: Jes s Garc a
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479444241
  • Item #: CDBY944424
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 12/5/2006
  • Rank: 1000000000
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No Fear Music on CD

No Fear Music-Jazz from Spain. Recorded in Granada their CD includes exciting original compositions and unique renditions of famous standards "Laura" and Besame Mucho." Jesús Henandez-Piano David Defries-Trumpet and Flugelhorn Valantín Iturat-Drums Juan Masana-Bass By the way... Today, the world is saturated with the sounds of mechanically reproduced music. Many musicians, whose only wish is to play live, are obliged to record their offerings before they go out the road, so that they are already known to the public, and can thus guarantee a concert promoter a fair return, their "product", having had an airing in the media. It was not always so: the pianist, Bill Evans, when asked why he had not recorded for sometime, said he only recorded when he had Something to Say. As with music, so in theatre. The Marx Brothers took their routines round provincial American theatres for several months, elaborating and cutting their scripts according to public reaction, before returning to Hollywood to film the final version. 70 odd years have passed since Bela Bartok delivered a lecture at an American university, anticipating some of the changes in humanity effected by recorded music. NO FEAR MUSIC was born of a collaboration between Jesús Hernández & David Defries, playing as a duo in schools thought Andalucía. Returning home to Granada, they sought the collaboration of Juan Masana, seeking ways to expand the role of the Bass. Then, as they started to play concerts as a quartet, came Valentin Iturat, who with good taste and varied experience, earthed the disparate rhythmic labyrinths, inherent in the workings of two Geminis. Thus, their music is the fruit of shared experience over time. Not only had they recorded the music live in 2 days, near Granada, Spain, to become known, in order to play live, but also, because they hope to have Something to Say.