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Odd Meters EP

Odd Meters EP

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The 'Odd Meters' are a unique, instrumental duo whose music blends various genres into compelling modern compositions. Their high-energy performances can include styles such as Jazz, Afro-Cuban, Funk, Pop, Reggae, and Indian. The mixture they create takes their audiences of young and old on a musical journey around the world. Breaking the boundaries of a traditional duo act, the 'Odd Meters' present a full sound complete with bass, guitar, and drums thanks to the 8-string hybrid bass/guitar played by Jon Morrow. With all the components of a rhythm section, this duo can add featured soloists, or special sit-in performances from a wide variety of musicians. 'EP' is a 5-track release that serves as an introduction to the band and some of their music. The disc features Mike Seal (guitar on 'Fortie') Stephen K. Wilson (trombone on '5 is the new 4'), and Jeremy Young (drums on 'Darjeeling'). The full length album is scheduled for release in April of 2009. Look for the band touring this summer in support of their debut studio recording.

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    Artist: Odd Meters
    Title: Odd Meters EP
    Genre: Jazz
    Release Date: 3/24/2009
    Label: CD Baby
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 5637419767
    UPC: 884501119177
    Item #: SRD111917
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