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Audric Jankauskas

2003 - Audric Jankauskas and Rob Lewcun collaborate to create the CD titled Spontageous , published and released by aujanmusic in January 2004 Spontageous is the name of the four piece jazz-rock group that features guitar, keyboards, bass, and drums. The sound of Spontageous can be best described as an exciting mix of styles that are reminiscent of the great artists that developed and cultivated the art-form of fusion. Never the less, the main goal was to create a musical adventure that demonstrates originality and a lyrical quality that speaks for itself. 2000 - Audric co-produced and mastered Tom Alexander's critically acclaimed solo piano CD titled What's Ahead. 1999 - Audric Jankauskas and Dave Miller release their CD project titled Sponge . This collection of musical pieces encompasses recordings of jams between the two musicians dating back as far as 1991. The music on this CD was originally recorded simply to document some creative and fun jams between Audric and Dave. The music was essentially composed on the spot while recording, and includes many great guitar solos intertwined with a unique blend of groove oriented bass lines accented by an occasional splash of complex harmonies. 1996 - On November 26, Audric did a two hour interview hosted by Michael Bailey, and broadcasted by WRTI 90.1 FM radio. The live broadcast featured three of Audric's compositions, and three tracks from the OuterLimits CD

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Spontageous

Aujan Music
2004

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