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"All the best with your fusion outfit Ted. The whole concept is enjoying a revival (not that it ever went away for me!) and will I think continue to do so. Fusion's a limiting term really, it's a broader musical concept really. Must say…"
"Does anyone recall Ray Gomez and his great work on Stanley Clarke's "School Days? I believe Ray has done some of his best work on the recordings he did with me on "Once More & Be One" check out his wonderful playing - thank…"
Ted Myerson has been producing music with positive intentions for 25 years spanning many different styles but all containing a loving message.
His music is endlessly reaching into new fresh musical landscapes painting images with his mastery of the guitar, bass, keyboards, percussion & vocals.
Ted's grasp of composition allows him to create many of his pieces with an air of improvisation leaving even his more heady works with lots of room to move.
A minimalist at heart even his most simple sounding tunes have a heavy polyrhythmic undertone.
When you listen to Ted Myerson's music you will know and feel the heartfelt honesty that has been placed into our world for the enjoyment of anyone wanting to experience beauty.
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All the best with your fusion outfit Ted. The whole concept is enjoying a revival (not that it ever went away for me!) and will I think continue to do so. Fusion's a limiting term really, it's a broader musical concept really. Must say can't get enough of Tony Williams (such a huge influence on me both as a drummer and composer) especially Lifetime's'Turn It Over' and 'Snake Oil & 'Frank' sublime playing with so much guts, fire, passion and finesse, Williams' hallmark. Terrible loss to music but a magnificent legacy. And it's still as fresh today as the day it was recorded. Alas when we're now inundated with 'smooth jazz' (which I feel has emasculated an entire jazz audience) guts and passion's in short supply. There's also the Emperor's New Clothes outifts who fall well short of the mark. But there's still much to be achieved and a band at that level, on song, is a real treat to be part of.