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The Buddy Jack Band’s well known electronic instrumental creations will tantalize the very depths of your mind’s canvas and paint colorful and dramatic tonal images; apparitions that are full of real life experiences and emotions. Every composition is vigilantly crafted and produced to deliver passion and vision to you in a very personal way. This is the musical score that will let your imagination run wild or artfully fashion a casual background ambiance for private time with friends or loved ones. When the mood strikes, you will even discover that it will get you up and dancing.
Find a quiet moment, slip on a comfortable set of headphones, close your eyes, relax and enjoy the full sound range of what will quickly become familiar tunes and rhythms; launching a new and exciting journey with every song. Welcome to the world of ethereal expeditions; journeys filled with adventure, emotion, and even the occasional sweet taste of serenity. This isn’t just music - these remarkable Electroclassic compositions will make you feel good about yourself, the world, and everything around you. So…come on in and join us; the water’s fine.
The primary goal of The Buddy Jack Band is to create music that will take you on journeys and make you feel good about yourself, the world and everything around you. Using electronic instruments, synthesizers and creative software and following the basic rules of classical music structure modified to fit contemporary models TBJB mixes in strong rhythmic elements and counterpoint to create a mood altering mix of supporting sounds that are artfully fused with simple and catchy melodies.
Other vocals R.B. Greaves, Randy Shinn, Georgia Kickbush, Rob Krabbe + many fine instrumental artists.
Someone once commented on the ElectroClassic style of The Buddy Jack Band and our compositions and ask how I personally got to the point of writing this type of music. After thinking about it for a few seconds what I came up with was "I suppose that's what happens when you start off being trained in classical, marched through military music and then get kicked into jazz, bounced into rock n' roll while trying all the while to support your musical habit with R&B..."
They said “Yeah, that makes perfect sense! Recipe for arriving at an original sound."