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Theory Of Forms

by Neil Sadler

Aggressive, modern jazz/rock feat. Zappa alumni Mike Keneally & the Fowler Brothers horns with Albert Wing & Kurt McGettrick
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Rock
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Press Release
Neil Sadler - English-born composer, percussionist/keyboardist's album titled "THEORY OF FORMS" on the BleedingARTs label. Sadler's dark percussion and edgy, jazz/rock compositions create agressive soundscapes featuring guitarist Mike Keneally (Vai, Zappa) and Bryan Beller (Z, Vai), his bassist and partner, at their raging best, and a slew of Frank Zappa horn alumni - Walt Fowler, Albert Wing, Bruce Fowler, Kurt McGettrick & Steve Fowler (known for their work on major movie soundtracks, a who's-who of recording/touring and currently together in 'Banned From Utopia') & LA bassist Joel Woods.

"Sadler has created the quintessential fusion release" - 'FUSE' magazine

"Neil knocks me out completely. I LOVED playing that stuff." - Mike Keneally

"If you're into hot sax, brash brass, wild-n-weird guitar, bizarre synth
atmospherics, complex percussion lines, and tight compositions, you'll get off on this. Guaranteed.
This is beyond acid jazz, eludes fusion, twists tighter
than freeform, and just flat out SMOKES!" - 'Progression' Magazine

"This is electric jazz that simply kicks butt in complicated ways" - Exposé magazine



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Harald Reutin

Dynamic, very good arrangements, strong writing neil, great band
Neil Sadler did here a great job in music writing, very strong arrangements and a dynamic band of musicians to perform it.


Thanks LasseM. Love the "BigBrass & Barbed-Wire Guitars"! Sorry, no drum machines, but looping/editing/triggering ... all intentional and necessary.


Fantastic Album,with many Zappa band members.


BigBrass & BarbedwireGuitars
For me this is brilliant ZappaBigbrassMusic with an aggressive edge. The basic drum-groove though is a little bit stiff - drummachine ?