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The bass from the drum was incredible, especially on "Jazz Variant" which is my 'go to' track for system demo and testing. I even played this trackl) in the recent California Audio Show held in San Francisco Bay Area. The host of that room and a few attendees were impressed enough to take a picture of the jacket so they can go get a copy themselves.
This album is actually obvious: This is because on the well-known demonstration Record of the loudspeaker manufacturer Manger has already brought to glory made with all kinds of striking effects the membranes too small loudspeakers to catapult the opposite wall or simply to show ignorant times , Why we put so much coal in our hi-fi system. What is certain is that the thing is unprecedented, mutes up as well as woofers alike, and who does not pay attention here with the loudspeaker, May then consult the dealer of his trust. The incident caused a group of percussionists from Indiana University in Pennsylvania in 1996. Undoubtedly all the masters of their subject, and if it were to make advertising for their own instruments, this was a great success. It is also true that the very march-musical "Jazz Variants" is the highlight of the record and the remaining seven songs are usually somewhat melodious And as beautiful rattling as the opener they do only in exceptional cases. Recording and production technology is the album great class, dynamic it attracts one in fact the shoes. LP Test
The O-Zone Percussion Group consists of selected percussionists at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Their conductor, Dr. Gary J. Olmstead, has been Director of Percussion studies at IUP since 1966. He received a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Michigan, Master of Fine Arts degree from Ohio University and Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music. He is recognized nationally as a leading percussion educator and is active as a performer, conductor, and clinician.
Carl Adams has been a professor at Indiana University of Pennsylvania since 1979 teaching flute, jazz Improvisation and is a member of the IUP Faculty Woodwind Quintet. Active on both the classical and jazz scene, Adams has performed with the U.S. Military Academy Band, the Keystone Wind Ensemble and the Akron and Johnstown Symphonies. Solo recital appearances include the Kennedy Center, Wolf Trap, Carnegie Recital Hall and the Chautauqua Institution. He performs in a tri-state area with the Carl Adams Jazz Quartet and has appeared at the Pittsburgh Jazz Society, Nemacolin in Woodlands, Three Rivers Arts Festival, the Westin-William Penn (Pittsburgh) and in benefit concerts for the Westmoreland Symphony.
James Rupp is a veteran of the great 'big bands' of Woody Herman, Maynard Ferguson and Glenn Miller, including tours of the United States and Europe. Jim has recorded television specials with the Woody Herman Orchestra and the Bobby Floyd Trio and live albums with the Woody Herman and Glenn Miller Orchestras.
Jerry Tachoir is acclaimed by critics for his talent, versatality, and his studious grasp of the jazz idiom and brings an exciting and engaging dimension to his performances. He has been an active member of the Ludwig/Musser clinic staff since 1972. His most requested clinic features include improvisational techniques, harmonic awareness, and vibe technique.
The connection of the percussion ensemble with jazz/rock/popular music seems a logical one given the inclusion of various percussion instruments as integral parts of this music. The drumset, of course, was present from the beginning of jazz and rock. The vibraphon has long been a favorite jazz instrument and the xylophone was a favorite ragtime solo instrument in the early part of the 20th century. Ethnic percussion instruments from Latin America, Africa and other cultures have long been used in the jazz/rock/pop Idiom.
Dr. Gary J. Olmstead, conductor
Carl Adams, percussion
James Rupp, percussion
Jerry Tachoir, percussion
1. Jazz Variants
2. A Time For Jazz
1. Suite For Drumset
2. Conflict of Interest
3. Rondo Barock
4. La Bamba