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JazzIs releases new LP record, ‘Evolution on the One’
The jazz composer and performer known as JazzIs has released his newest LP record, titled, “Evolution on the One.”
The jazz composer and performer known as JazzIs has released his newest LP record, titled, “Evolution on the One.” It is comprised of 12 new original tracks for an approximate total playing time of one hour and 15 minutes. It has been released on the Zip Avenue Music record label. A round and comprehensive treatment of JazzIs material, “Evolution on the One” represents myriad playing styles, tones, grooves and tempos, and represents an exceptional introduction for music fans to this highly skilled jazz player and writer.
JazzIs cites as main artistic influences such legends as Miles Davis, Airto, John Coltrane, Pharaoh Sanders, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, and Wilbur Ware. Building on these foundations with his own distinct character and perspective, JazzIs mixes traditional jazz improvisation with sonic flavors from around the world, incorporating the sounds of Middle Eastern, Asian, and African cultures as well those from many other locales.
JazzIs himself describes his record as having an “Avant garde approach based on the world’s sounds. [My album has been] heavily influenced by Miles Davis and the way he taught the art of music,” he writes. “Many people refer to black American Jazz as ‘free form,’ but fail to realize the necessity of Ear. [It is] creative expression by a culture who used music to communicate from long distances, crossing language barriers and cultural differences.”
The artist has deep musical roots that reach into the very heart of jazz and soul.
“I had a mid-western upbringing,” he writes. “I grew up with Al Greene – Bobby Debarge was like a little brother. My best friend is Bernard Ware, the famous bass player Wilbur Ware’s son. I have been in the entertainment Industry all my adult life and have worked with all the greats in various media productions: Tony Curtis, Bob Hope, Lou Rawls, Ray Charles, Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder, etc.”
With a history such as this, it is perhaps no wonder that “Evolution on the One” is such a masterpiece of modern jazz. One has only to hear a moment of it to know that a great work of art has been created.
“Evolution on the One” by JazzIs is available online worldwide.
• S. McCauley Staff Press Release Writer MondoTunes

The LP “Evolution on the One” is distributed globally by MondoTunes ( and is available at iTunes for convenient purchase and download
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I haven't heard your music, but as a jazz lover, let me give you some advice.

You mention that this is your new "LP record". LP signifies vinyl to me and to many other record collectors. If I'm not mistaken, AllMusic does not review or list any music that you cannot hold in your hand. My guess is that this is only available digitally or on CD-R. "Zipavenuemusic" doesn't list any address to buy physical product.

Hire yourself a graphic artist to do the next record cover. Since I've never heard of you, I would think that the name of the record is JAZZIS, and the band was called Evolution On The One. I don't see a barcode, a label address, any legal statements or a catalog number on the back cover to make me believe that this is a legitimate release by an experienced performer.

I've been to the Zip Avenue music website, and it appears that this is the only release by the label. There are twenty-nine posts in a row announcing the release. You may be very talented, but you have to grab the listener right away and these press releases aren't doing it. Gather up all the information and independent reviews and put it in two or three posts at most, then delete the rest. Also, put a Soundcloud link on the page so that I can hear samples from the album. I don't do I-Tunes. Maybe a YouTube video.

You mention Billboard Magazine and "Sales are skyrocketing". I don't believe that Billboard allows you use their name unless you've charted and you haven't provided any evidence of chart position or sales numbers, They could sue you.

Do some research online about how independent artists can create, promote and distribute their own recordings.

Don't put purple lips on people. It makes them look dead and that turns off record buyers.
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Firstly if u=you have not listened to my music how dare you comment on anything. You my friend are not a Jazz Lover for, you would have listened first and the offered constructive criticism. Be real my friend this is my first rodeo. I appreciate your time but not your wisdom.
Sincerely, JazzIs, cool