THE COSMIC SURF CLUB
The Cosmic Surf Club are a new music production team consisting of four musicians.
They developed a unique way of working, meaning everyone has equal say in deciding
which tunes they produce and how to arrange, mix and master.
The Cosmic Surf Club teamed up when they embarked on their first project 'The Cal Massey Songbook'.
Their second album Parallel Worlds takes you on a relaxed but steamy journey.
Inspired by several cultures and news around the globe this album contains originals in various styles.
Musical explorations for the earth-like planets. .
Composed & Produced by Zane Wayne Massey, Saskia Jonker, Maxim Baghuis & Coen Aalberts.
Featured Musicians: Owen Hart Jr. drums on all tracks except Ethiopic,
Jasper Kuper guitars on Fat Cool New Orleans, Hideji Taninaka voice on Ebi Shio Yaki,
Dennis Winter voice on For India, Sander Koole bass on Cut the Crap,
Hans Ketterings bass on Tonight, Laila Imamovic voice on When the Bees stop humming,
Jennifer Ravestein backingvocals on Fat Cool New Orleans & Cut the Crap.
Cal Massey (1928-1972) was an American jazz trumpeter and composer.
He led an ensemble with Jimmy Garrison, McCoy Tyner, and Tootie Heath.
He performed with John Coltrane, Billie Holiday and Donald Byrd.
In the 1950s he gradually receded from active performance and concentrated on composition.
His works were recorded by John Coltrane, McCoy Tyner, Freddie Hubbard,
Jackie McLean, Lee Morgan, Philly Joe Jones, Horace Tapscott and Archie Shepp.
Massey played and toured with Shepp from 1969 until 1972. He also performed in The Romas Orchestra
with Romulus Franceschini.
Massey died from a heart attack at age 43 in New York City.
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