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We have returned (although we have never left in spirit!) to Earth after 300 light years. We last graced you with our outer limit presence in 1980. Our communi
Space Odic Samurai is an alien band comprising of four main members who pursue new universal sounds. The earthly genre is mainly pop integrated with various influences of reggae, jazz, folk and Latino. They have just released their debut album, The Eye available both as a digipak and on itunes. A newly formed band, Space Odic Samurai have started performing around the Midlands, UK with a mini tour planned in 2011 and European Festivals in the summer. http://i124.photobucket.com/albums/p12/celturian/fayatpiano.jpg
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The lead singer Azure (Fay) also composes and produces the music with some co-writing with fellow band member Martin Lucas (The Celturian). Azure is also known for her martial art skills and samurai sword - helps to keep the band in order! Martin has performed all over the UK and America to rave reviews for his pioneering and amazing acoustic guitar sound, with his latest classical piece 'Visions' entering The International Association of Independent Recording Artist (IAIRA) at number 2. A recent quote by BBC Radio WM said that "Martin is the only person who makes the guitar sing like an orchestra - amazing!" SOS have headlined at the Solihull Festival in support of the Acorns Children's Hospice and will be starting a residency at the famous Asylum in Birmingham in February 2010 as well as a mini tour, dates to be confirmed.
What equipment do you use?
I use Takamine guitars Acoustics, and Gibson Les Paul and classical, Roland keyboards
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Discography The Eye - Debut album November 2010 EP - I wish I didn't love you - to be released December 2010 Head in the Clouds by Fay Yvonne
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