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6 Degrees Entertainment

Title - Brutal Fairytale
Artist - Raul E. Blanco & Jazz Wires

For those unaware, artist Raul E Blanco and his band Jazz Wires have just released their third jazz album, Brutal Fairytale.

The band members involved in creating this album include several talented individuals, with Raul E Blanco leading them. Raul is on the piano, percussion, and as the vocalist, while Brandt Fisher is on the Sax.

Gabriella Aragon plays the Trombone and is also a vocalist, Noah Austin on the Trumpet, Joe Ballastrasse on the bass, and Anthony Channita plays the drums.

A powerful mixture of highly talented band members, Brutal Fairytale emerges as a combination of different jazz styles, classical rock, and world music.

Packing killer grooves, yet easy and stimulating to listen to, this album has the potential to both inspire and impress the listener at the very same time.

1. Brutal Fairytale
2. Spanish Tale in Arabia
3. Digital Memory
4. Garjavan
5. Origins
6. Fireplace
7. Hermitís Song
8. Wooden House
9. Lo-Fi Banger
10. Traces of You
11. The Blick
12. Pleasant Valley Sunday
13. Canít Get Used to Losing You
14. Whoís Driving Your Plane?

Opening on the finger-snapping rhythms of the title track Brutal Fairytale and the spirited Spanish Tale in Arabia, they back those up seamlessly with the lushly orchestrated, sax-imbibed Digital Memory, the gently soothing funk tones of Garjavan and then comes the piano-led Origins.

Next up on this musical attempt to deliver passion and elegance to each and every listener is the atmospherically-earthy, two minute Fireplace and then comes the late night, underground jazz club appeal of Hermitís Song which are in turn followed by the melodic Wooden House, the eclectically entertaining thirteen minute opus Lo-Fi Banger, the album rounding out on the vocalized Traces of You, the melodious harmonies of The Blick, closing on the playfully perky Ska-Monk (For Air Guitar and Jazz Combo).

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