Sagamachine 'The New Audio Experience'

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For those looking to expand their musical horizons in just about every direction imaginable, Sagamachine, "The New Audio Experience" at; http://www.sagamachine.com, may be just the "E-Ticket " ride to audio adventure music lovers been searching for - A unique blend of styles and genres, that defies being pigeonholed by any conventional standards.

Jack of all Trades, and Master of None

For those looking to expand their musical horizons in just about every direction imaginable, Sagamachine "The New Audio Experience" may be just the "E-Ticket" ride to audio adventure the music lover ha been searching for - A unique blend of styles and genres, that defies being pigeonholed by any conventional standards.

The only requirement of the listener, to fully encompass the new magnitude of Sagamachine's collective works, is a broad sectrum of musical appreciation.

Sagamachine's range extends from such extreme's as the "Postcards from the Moon" album, an infectious unbroken flow of Techno-Electronic grooves, to the tranquil "Perfect Peace" album, an entrancing journey through mystical tribal explorations, elegant piano concertos and stirring pastorial anthems.

At the core of Sagamachine's unique style, is an evocotive and dramatic fusion of Jazz, Funk, Rock, Swing, Tribal and Symphonic influences, my sole opinion, Juliian Hansen.

Again desplaying amazing diversity, ranging from the "Swingin' from the Rafters" album, full of toe tappin' Neo-Retro, Big Band style romps, and Moody Jazz explorations, or the "Ribbon of Dreams" album, an elegant ensemble of evocative, and inspiring compositions, sliding seamlessly, from sultry urban Jazz to driving Funk and Fusion grooves.

The album "Half Outta the Socket", stretches the envelope of fusion concepts futher still, from laidback, jazzy slick, to hard driving Metal-Fusion jams.

At the outer extremes of the new Sagamachine's stratosphere the listener will find the "Blood, Guts and Glory" zone - a definate must, for the military inclined, and dedicated in "Honor of those who Served". Presently featured are three albums of musical highlights, and some tantilizing pretastes of the mammoth "Clan of Courage" project, scheduled for global release shortly. No matter the mood, or style of Sagamachine, at any one juncture in time, the listner can be sure it will soon shift, or morph, to another, through the seamless cocktail of ambience, soundbites and quirky samples, that seem to be the connective trademark of Sagamachine's work, no matter where it is on the musical panorama.

The driving force behind the new Sagamachine is the multi-talented Baron Lord - who modestly views himself as a "Jack of all Trades, and Master of None".

Lord's attributes a plethora of diverse influences, as the source of inspiration, for Sagamachine's unique diversity - an entire elite legion of it's own ranging from progressive rock legends, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Pink Floyd & King Crimson; jazz greats Miles Davis and Dave Brubeck; fusion virtuosos Jean-LUC Ponty, Tony Williams & Alan Holdsworth, to such diverse extremities as electronica icons, Jean-Michel Jarre, Orbital, Crystal Method and "The Art of Noise."

At the other end of Sagamachine's vast musical spectrum, Baron Lord credits classical masters, Bach, Elgar, Rhachmanninoff and modern day master Phillip Glass as his sources of inspiration.

The resulting cocktail as Baron Lord sees it is - "take all of that - throw it in a big pot - stir it up, and let it simmer for a few decades, and, at least in this particular incantation, what one gets, is the sound and style of the new Sagamachine.

Explore the fascinating world of the new Sagamachine for the music lover on the internet at; http://www.Sagamachine.com.

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