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Paradigm Shift

Paradigm Shift

Paradigm Shift


There are 4 bands with the name Paradigm Shift. 1) A fusion act from Mumbai, India. An amalgamation of Indian classical music with progressive rock. Formed in 2009, Paradigm Shift is finally out with their debut album 'Coalescence'. 2) Today's pre-eminent soul jazz trio, PARADIGM SHIFT captures the fire of classic organ-guitar pairings like Dr. Lonnie Smith and George Benson while also propelling their spirit into the present with a decidedly modern sound. Read more on Last.fm
There are 4 bands with the name Paradigm Shift. 1) A fusion act from Mumbai, India. An amalgamation of Indian classical music with progressive rock. Formed in 2009, Paradigm Shift is finally out with their debut album 'Coalescence'. 2) Today's pre-eminent soul jazz trio, PARADIGM SHIFT captures the fire of classic organ-guitar pairings like Dr.

Lonnie Smith and George Benson while also propelling their spirit into the present with a decidedly modern sound. If organ-driven jazz saw its heyday in the late '60s, nobody bothered to tell PARADIGM SHIFT bandleader/guitarist MELVIN HENDERSON or co-founder/organist GERRY YOUNGMAN. 3) Paradigm Shift was a Japanese fusion band that released two albums on the Better Days label in the mid 1980s. The line up was: Chris Mosdell, Makoto Matsushita and Yasuo Tomikura. 4) Hailing from Dallas, Texas, these two young men seek to set a new example among their peers, "We are called to be witnesses in all that we do, and this is not a responsibility to be taken lightly, it follows us to the most secret corners of our lives." Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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