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MISA MICEVSKI

Jazz Rock/Fusion • Serbia


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Two Shores 2008 Palindrom Records

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Misa Micevski-Guitar and Guitar synthesizer

Srdjan Milacic-Bass

Dusan Novakov-Drums

Guest Dejan Hasecic-Guitar On Track 10

Misa Micevski is coming from of Belgrade of Serbia.
Two Shores of the debut album was announced through the exchange and the performance with various musicians in 2008.

The name of Pat Metheny and Allan Holdsworth rises as a musician from whom he was influenced.
He has been influenced from musicians such as other John McLaughlin, Chick Corea, Michael Brecker, and Joe Zawinul.

Bio by Kazuhiro

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Two Shores
2007

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 Two Shores by MICEVSKI, MISA album cover Studio Album, 2007
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Two Shores
Misa Micevski Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by Kazuhiro
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— First review of this album —
4 stars As for his of this debut album, posture as an active musician might appear enough in the field of legitimate Jazz/Fusion. Posture in which music that he was influenced in competing with various musicians is expressed indeed remarkably might be one established part by the full absorption.

Misa Micevski is a guitar player of the Serbia coming from. A lot of elements guessed that he influenced music that he assembles. And, the technology to express them concretely has been almost established. It is said that he came to touch music at the age of about six. And, it is said that width and the knowledge of music were expanded by playing musical instruments such as accordions.

He might already have taken a part original as for the method concerning the performance as a guitar player at the same time as absorbing the element of various music. And, the listener will be able to discover the various musicians' influences to be in his music as be declaring by him. Man influenced from musicians such as Chick Corea and Joe Zawinul with Allan Holdsworth and John Mclaughlin at the top is giving an original interpretation to the methodology of those music. And, the element to be able to fight also in the part where this album was expressed in the form of Trio by his overwhelming technology is expressed enough. The flow having already established it might be a point that should make a special mention as for the method of introducing the part of a guitar synthesizer and standard Jazz/Fusion without staying in simple Jazz/Fusion. And, to express the album concretely, the height of the quality of the performance of the Bass player and the Drum player gathered to make the music character of this album an embodiment has good harmony.

The style of one Jazz/Fusion that this group is absorbed various music to this album recorded with Beograd in 2007 and interpreted is expressed without reserve.

"Two Shores" might exactly follow the style of Allan Holdsworth and Pat Metheny. The sound with an original methodology, an anacatesthesia, and a transparent feeling that appears in the progress of the Chord has a good flow. A tension and a transparent feeling are continued by making good use of Syncopation. Tune..width..expand..drum..tune..contribute.It is likely to be listened to a lot of elements of Allan Holdsworth very much though Solo of the guitar listens to the technology. However, the progress of Chord might use an original methodology.

"Family Song" maintains a transparent feeling and the dash feeling and the theme of the float in the space is impressive. The part where Jazz/Fusion is good ..composition in which it splendidly expresses it.. has been finished. The flow that shifts to each Solo while introducing complex development has succeeded. Solo of a glossy guitar is done always elegantly. The tune is pulled with the guitar synthesizer accompanying a good arrangement and the technology, too. The arrangement of the band completely piles up the line of Bass though the tune shifts to Solo of Bass. This tune might be high-quality including the melody and the arrangement of the theme.

It is said that "Vigor Suite" is a tune dedicated to Allan Holdsworth and Pat Metheny. The theme that keeps a complete dash feeling and progresses complexly listens to an overwhelming technology and ensemble. The tune is continued while multiusing Syncopation. The tension might overflow indeed legato of cymbals. A very high-quality performance is developed while making the flow of Jazz/Fusion a nucleus.

"Some Song" listens to a quiet standing up attended with the anacatesthesia. The usage of Chord uses the unique method. The melody and the theme that puts fast and slow have succeeded. The melody with expression of feelings in close relation to the anacatesthesia feature. The performance of the band that flows freely also consistently continues the tension. And, the originality of this band is expressed in the sound of the synthesizer used decorating it well. The introduction and the tension of Solo of the drum are consistent.

"Mihailo" might be a tune where the individuality of Misa Micevski shines. The sound of the guitar synthesizer that twines attended with a quiet flow expands the width of the composition of the album. It is said that he was influenced from musicians such as Chick Corea, Joe Zawinul, and Mike Brecker. The part where the expression of the sound that he absorbed and the music character is surely taken to the tune might be original appearance without expressing the guitar as a sound only of the guitar. It is ..Jazz/Fusion with a transparent feeling.. finished.

"Lullaby" might be reminiscent of the part of Pat Metheny. However, the theme with a transparent feeling is made to introduce complex development everywhere and the development finished up in the flow of the waltz has a good part. There is originality in Solo of the guitar and it might have a little loose part. However, the idea and the composition that he considers are consistent.

"The Hands Of My Mother" starts with the flow of the sound with the anacatesthesia. The part where the guitar synthesizer was introduced into this Trio will indeed feel the pursuit of the possibility of music. The composition of the album is invited to a more certain part and the flow expressed with the synthesizer is connected with the following tune though the tune is short.

The melody of the theme that multiuses Syncopation shines in "It's Open". The guitar in close relation to the progress of complex Chord will be reminiscent of the methodology of Pat Metheny. And, Bass and the drum in close relation to Solo of the guitar that is reminiscent of Allan Holdsworth continue the flow of elegant Jazz/Fusion. And, a part progressive a variegated sound caused by the guitar synthesizer is given to the listener.

"Svetlana" twines the atmosphere of a good ballade for the flow of Jazz/Fusion. Progress and the arrangement of Chord used for the theme might be perfect. The arrangement that completely draws out expression of feelings and a transparent feeling might be splendid. The sound that the guitar is good for the melody that invites nostalgia twines. Solo of the guitar corresponding to the flow of complex Chord completely contributes to the tune. It is continued enough though shifts to Solo of the guitar synthesizer. The flexibility of this group might be very large.

It might be a tune to make a different part act when thinking about the entire composition of the album though "Dance" is a tune that decorates the end of this album. It might be a tune of which the element of Pat Metheny Group has gone out strongly. A variegated sound progresses to the flow with the synthesizer repeatedly. The flow that is not only a part of Jazz/Fusion but also freely expressed might accompany the sound of good inorganic. The performance to which making and the expression of such a sound are boldly taken has acted well as an idea, too.

The directionality of this album that has already been established will develop further. The field of Jazz/Fusion that they think about absorbs the element of indeed good music and is expressed.

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