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Carsten Pieper
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Carsten Pieper Well, I love this album exactly for its "funky fusiony jazzy thingy"-ness that's described in the liner, er, note...
Got the hint by M.Foujita buying it, whose impressive collection is always worth a glance but impossible to keep track with ;-)
Also, hats off to Tim Moon for pointing out Rerouting (and I would add early Alan Parsons Project's funkier moments to the mix, as well as Mr. Stevie Wonder!). Favorite track: Rerouting.
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Tim Moon An overall awesome and inspired album - But the track Rerouting in particular is on a whole another level. The mix between Greg's usual stuffs and heavy synth sound reminiscent of Vangelis and Tangerine Dream is something else entirely even for a man who has been mixing genres here and there, and I want to see more of this. Favorite track: Rerouting.
Sounds of Nowhere
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Sounds of Nowhere This album is awesome. Jazz funk fusion fuelled up with talent and work. Just give it a try if you like those genres, and even if you don't, you deserve music that is this good.
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Eamou Great drum backing along with intriguing rhythms and awesome melodic variation makes for a very enjoyable and super funky jazz funk album. Great job! Favorite track: Scatterbrain.
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metalfunk It's got jazz, it's got funk, I don't know what else you could want! Favorite track: Impulsion.
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Pseudonym 03:58
Impulsion 06:24
Downcast 07:01
Rerouting 09:43
Turnpike 04:35
Divergence 05:30
Turncoat 04:37
Scatterbrain 10:18


"Scatterbrain" is a funky fusiony jazzy thingy album consisting of one word named songs!


released January 3, 2016


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Superfluous Motor Niagara Falls, Ontario

Superfluous Motor is a one-person project started in 2012 by Greg Chambers. Greg's objective is to stick to his introverted ways while exploring new musical ideas and create the music that he wants to make. The music of Superfluous Motor does not strictly adhere to typical genre constraints but for the most part is a blend of Greg's jazz, funk, progressive rock and fusion influences. ... more

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