(features Ray Frigon original founding member and drummer of LEGEND from Connecticut)
Miledge Muzic began with a jam in October of 2011. Tom Cranor wanted to try some free-form, jazzier music, found Ray Frigon on a musician's site, got together, and off they went. It was powerful from the very first session together.
They both grew up during what many consider the most adventurous time in 20th century music - the late sixties, early seventies when experimentation with sounds, genres, and jamming became legendary.
An eclectic blend of guitar and drums in Fusion improvisation.
"No Cruise Control" is the second release from the guitar/drums duo, Miledge Muzic. Continuing their same drive and explosive use of multi-genre, instrumental improvisation - "composition on the fly" as they call it - 'No Cruise Control' contains an energy and captivating beauty which builds on their debut release, "Despise Not the Day of Small Beginnings."
Listeners will hear the same blend and uncanny mixture of leading and following between two passionate musicians tossing up a plateful of rock, jazz, funk, ambient, and even a hint of classical in a fusion of simple, yet complex musical discussion.
Tom Cranor and Ray Frigon offer their second listening experience of serious improv, with plenty of celestial volcanoes, quakes, storm fronts, gentle breezes, rolling streams, and a touch of humor, "warts and all."
Miledge Muzic. Music for the miles, with an edge to it.
1. Hitchcock On Mars
2. Big Green Men
|Packaging Type||Jewel Case|
|Number of Discs||1|