It's About Time
'We've been living with some of this music in our heads for over fourteen years. Now it's time to let the world hear.' From members of New York Capital Region's Deviation (1990-1993) and Mindscape (1993-1996) comes a name change and the first release in over fourteen years. Capturing a different atmosphere in sound, Jaded Vision combines the diverse musical styles and interests of it's members into one unparalleled colloquium of song writing and exquisite musicianship. The basis of Jaded Vision's music is constructed around inventive rock arrangements consisting of pulsating rhythms and memorable melodies. From soft subtle ballads to bone-crushing rhythmic rockers, the original compositions form a solid repertoire encompassing the entire spectrum of rock. With influences converging from all genres of music, Jaded Vision falls within the styles of it's dignified predecessors, Dream Theater, Queensryche, Rush, and Yes. It's About Time (2009) After Mindscape disbanded, Tom Gebauer and Jeff Garrison continued writing sessions throughout 1996 and 1997. Four years later, in the autumn of 2001, Gebauer and Garrison reunited over a span of two years to record various unreleased material. A handful of the songs consist of material written and performed as Mindscape shortly after the successful release of 'Voyage Through No Time.' The tracks are heavier and contain a noticeable early Dream Theater influence. The remainder and more acoustic tracks are the result of Gebauer and Garrison's continued writing sessions and reflect a progressive take on the wave of unplugged performances popular in the mid-90s. After the recording was completed, the tracks sat on multiple hard drives until the mixing process began almost five years later in July of 2008. 'It's About Time' was released in 2009. Please visit the official web site for additional information including a brief member history and complete discography with track commentary.
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