Artist: David Sancious
Title Of Album: Forest of Feelings
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Esoteric Recordings
Genre: Progressive Rock, Fusion, Jazz
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 49:22 min
Total Size: 114 MB
01. Suite Cassandra (8:45)
02. Come On If You Feel Up To It (And Get Down) (4:42)
03. East India (4:34)
04. Dixie A) March Of The Conditioned Souls, B) Civil War Of The Souls (6:15)
05. The Forest Of Feelings (7:49)
06. Joyce #8 (2:21)
07. Crystal Image (3:28)
08. One Time (5:40)
09. Further On The Forest Of Feelings (2:58)
10. Promise Of Light (2:34)
David Sancious was born on November 30, 1953 in Asbury Park NJ. When he was still in his teens he was asked to join Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band as a keyboardist and occaisonal saxophonist. He stayed with that band for their first three albums. In 1974 Sancious split from Springsteen and formed David Sancious and Tone with drummer Ernest Carter and bassist Gerald Carboy. Tone's music was comparable to other 70's bands that mixed progressive rock and jazz fusion; ie Return to Forever, Bill Bruford, Camel, Jean Luc Ponty, Alan Holdsworth and Mahavishnu Orchestra. Sancious' keyboard playing revealed many influences such as French neo-classical piano music, Gospel and fellow synth/keyboardists Chick Corea, Keith Emerson and Jan Hammer. Playing in Tone also gave David the freedom to show off his talents as a guitarist as well. His guitar style owes a lot to Jimi Hendrix, as well as Jeff Beck and John McLaughlin.
Tone never got the recognition they deserved, but fortunately Sancious continues to remain in the limelight because of his highly valued sideman work with people like Sting, Peter Gabriel, Stanley Clarke, Billy Cobham, Seal, Eric Clapton, Jon Anderson and many more.
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