ANCHORAGE ALASKA Infos Nouvel vidéo



Motherwell, UK
Celtic / World Fusion / Rock, Tribal Trip Hop, Folk, Jazz fusion, Classica


This is the first video Corina is in for Anchorage Alaska.


It’s under 2 minutes long and is a quirky, crazy, jazz fusion track called “A Moment of Madness in Sixes“.

Why sixes?


The time signature is 6/8 and that’s what gives it a swing feel.


It’s a newer version of an old instrumental written by Paul, which was originally arranged for a jazz trio format; piano, bass and drums only. It was also going to be called “A Minute of Madness in Sixes”, but the track was too long to keep to the one minute mark.


Danny has added some nice uillean pipes and Corina has added some fun and crazy vocals. So now the whole band can be involved in the madness.

Click here to check out the video, it’s slightly mad!





“Anchorage Alaska is arguably the finest all-around artist on ReverbNation. The music here cuts across all boundaries: genre; geography; listening demographic. I cannot heap enough superlatives on this wonderful group of musicians.”  Howard Lawrence, Reverbnation

“Playing A Lonely Hunter. Listen to this. The cool thing about Anchorage is their talent and distinct ability to mix lots a real cool stuff together and have it come out awesome on the other end. Great musicianship here. Great vox and Im loving what the bass player is saying”  Joe – NYC Guitarist,Reverbnation – comments

“…Anchorage Alaska are solid craftsmen, they never push their creativity over the top, with exhausting layers of meaningless music and stretched out instrumental solos. Everything is neatly and tightly packaged where you expect it to be, never too little, never too much…just the right amount to keep you coming back for more. Exactly like a Spielberg movie!”  Rick Jamm – editor of JamSphere,JamSphere


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