posted on Sep, 11 2011 @ 07:19 PM
I'm astonished!!! It's my first post about music and I'm glad to share it with you ATSers. I'm a big fan of Jamiroquai, mainly the "golden era"
between 93-98, when the band had the best formation EVER, which included the Didgeridoo man Wallis Buchanan, Toby Smith on Keyboards, Darren "D-Zire"
Galea in the turntables, Simon Katz and his phat Telecaster with a Humbucker and the bass legend Stuart Zender
. Well, any eventual fan here
might know that Zender left the band in 98, due conflicts with Jamiroquai front man Jason Kay.
Zender was one of the band's founder and a couple of years after he got out, a bunch of other original members also left Jamiroquai. Needless to say
that the band lost that stunning creativity and sound quality we can listen in songs like "When You Gonna Learn", "Alright", "Blow Your Mind" and
I never played bass in my life. I used to play some guitar long time ago and I absolutely love the '90s Brit Acid Jazz scene and this weekend, while I
was checking out some tunes of Incognito, I stumbled with the lost songs of Stuart Zender's project AZUR (As You Are). Legend has it, that right after
has left Jamiroquai, Zender recorded a set of songs with some friends and made a deal with Virgin, to release it. Though something got wrong and no
single or album was ever released. The musics supposedly were lost and Zender moved on with his life.
Fortunately someone found these songs and put them available on the internet. I'm like listening to them two days in a row, without stop and I would
like to share this unbelievable master piece of the legendary Stuart Zender:
Special regards to "Suddenly", which will make you feel like
edit on 9/11/2011 by 1AnunnakiBastard because: (no reason given)