Lost in HTML

Lost in HTML - Zdenko IvanusicZdenko Ivanušić – alto (2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10) and tenor saxophone (1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 9, 10)
Davor Dedić – keyboards and piano (all
except 6 and 10)
Goran Rukavina – acoustic bass (4, 5, 7, 8, 9)
Bruno Domiter – drums (4, 5, 7, 8, 9)
Robert Lajić – electric bass and drums
programming (1, 2, 3, 6, 10)
Antonio Geček – trumpet (2, 3, 6, 10)
Andrej Henigman – baritone saxophone (2, 3, 6, 10)
Ante Prgin – electric guitar (2)

All songs composed and arranged by
Zdenko Ivanušić except Replay Blues composed by Robert Lajić,Buy Now Button
arranged by Zdenko Ivanušić and Lost in HTML Remix composed
by Zdenko Ivanušić, arranged by Zdenko Ivanušić and Robert Lajić

Recorded at Replay Studio by Robert Lajić – additional brass recording at Levi Sound Room by Ivan Levačić (1, 2, 3, 6, 10), and live in CZKIO Susedgrad (4, 5, 7, 8, 9,) by Krešimir Pustički
Mixing and mastering at Studio Smokva
Producers: Dragutin Smokrović – Smokva and Robert Lajić
Co-Producer: Zdenko Ivanušić
Cover design: Marko Gaćina
Executive Producer: Zdenko Ivanušić

Catalogue No. CD – 022007
Released January, 2007
Listen (full album) @ YouTube

  1. Here And There
  2. Done
  3. Replay Blues
  4. Bigwig
  5. Four Odd
  6. Lost in HTML
  7. Always My Love
  8. Simple Waltz
  9. Light-Hearted
  10. Lost in HTML Remix

    Reviews

  • John Kelman @ AbstractLogix.com
    The fall of the USSR in 1991 and resultant dissolution of Yugoslavia have resulted in a groundswell of musical creativity that’s becoming increasingly apparent to the rest of the western world. In many cases, music has gone from underground subversion to mainstream art form–good news for the musicians and, based on Croatian saxophonist Zdenko Ivanušić’s Lost in Html, good for everyone…more
  • Scott Albin @ Jazz.com
    “Four Odd” allows him to stretch out impressively on alto. A loping waltz-like bassline and martial drum rhythm sets up Ivanušić’s playing of the ethereal, mystical-sounding theme. His somewhat dry timbre is remindful of Greg Osby and/or Steve Coleman. He develops his absorbing solo at a deliberate pace to start, but his singing lines gradually accelerate and are soon interspersed with passionate, dissonant cries…more
  • Edward Blanco @ eJazzNews.com
    “Lost In HTML” is truly an unexpected musical treasure, a gem of a recording if I ever heard one. Zdenko Ivanusic may not be familiar to the average jazz audience, but this album, his cleaver charts and a marvelous performance on the reeds, has succeeded in winning over this jazz critic after only one listen…more
  • Pavle Vukšić @ Muzika.hr
    Obzirom na sve navedeno, nije teško zaključiti kako je “Lost in HTML” sam po sebi u nezavidnoj poziciji, poziciji debut-solo albuma glazbenika od čijeg je stvarnog početka prošlo veoma mnogo vremena, akumuliralo se mnoštvo tvrdokornih iskustava i nakupilo dosta glazbenog materijala u suradnji s najrazličitijim sastavima…more
  • Keith “MuzikMan” Hannaleck @ MuzikReviews.com
    Zdenko Ivanusic provides a nice blend of contemporary smooth jazz combined with a modern fusion and improvisation, which for this listener is the best of both worlds. “Lost In HTML” is a first-rate group of tracks dipping into the well of the future in many ways then looking back to the past for inspiration in the same instance…more
  • Jerko Valdevit @ Kultura-recenzije.net
    The music on this album isn’t typically mainstream – instead, it offers a contemporary spin, combining elements of funk and electronic music, as well as ballads and inescapable blues. This is precisely what I’d stress as a strongpoint of this CD: diversity that can pleasantly surprise you…more
  • Davor Hrvoj @ Novi List Online
    After the 2002 release of “Four Odd”, recorded with the Donna Lee Saxophone Quartet, saxophone player Zdenko Ivanusic has released a second album Zivaldo Records label, the first one to be released under his own name. In the recording of nine of his own compositions and “Replay Blues” by Robert Lajić, Ivanusic was joined by longtime fellow band members from the HGM Jazz Orchestra…more