"Fuzzy" takes guitarist Oz Noy's talent to the next level. His playing, coupled with a vast knowledge of how to exploit the wonders of technology, is astounding. He is able to create sounds and musical textures that would be impossible under normal circumstances. This record is reminiscent of the visionary talent shared by such artists as Jimi Hendrix and contemporary players like Tom Morello. "Fuzzy" offers listeners a chance to experience something intriguing. It has a familiar, yet original sound to it. The emotional dynamic is phenomenal creating an intense energy that will challenge the listener. "Fuzzy" is a record that won t allow you to assign any genre. It is an art unto itself. If, by chance, you haven t had a chance to check him out yet, then his new album "Fuzzy" will be the first step in your musical education.
|07:58||Which Way Is Up?||Instrumental|
|06:32||Sometimes It Snows In April||Instrumental|
|04:53||Yeah, Yeah, Yeah||Instrumental|
|07:42||In A Simple Way||Instrumental|
|Oz Noy||Guitar, Guitar Loops, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Sitar, Production|
|James Genus||Bass, Acoustic Bass|
|Jim Beard||Rhodes, Synth, Organ|
|Shai Bacher||Synth, Wurlitzer|
|George Whitty||Organ, Wurlitzer|
|Danny Lapidus||Addiitonal Engineering|
|Gil Noy||Design, Fuzzy The Ball|
|Shani Shimshon||Fuzzy The Ball|
|Recorded at Bennett Studio, NJ (Sept 29, Oct 17) and Mad Dog Studio, LA (Oct 26). Additional recording at The POD Studio, NYC.
Mixed at The Document Room Studio, Malibu, CA.
Mastered at Absolute Audio, NJ.