Nicholas Freer | The Unsuspecting

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The Unsuspecting

by Nicholas Freer

Contemporary jazz fusion in the vein of Holdsworth, Gambale and Henderson with some individualistic twists
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Glyph (feat. Andrew Gander Phil Turcio Matt Clohesy)
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2. Heavy the Crown (feat. Andrew Gander Sean Wayland Matt Clohesy Carlo Barbaro)
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3. Darwinism (feat. Andrew Gander Phil Turcio Matt Clohesy Carlo Barbaro)
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4. Wayland (feat. Andrew Gander Sean Wayland Matt Clohesy)
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5. The Pall (feat. Andrew Gander Phil Turcio Matt Clohesy Carlo Barbaro)
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6. Jazz Apostasy (feat. Phil Turcio Justin Humphries)
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7. Telepathy (feat. Andrew Gander Phil Turcio Matt Clohesy)
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8. Wayland Abstractum (Do Not Look Up) [feat. Andrew Gander Sean Wayland Matt Clohesy]
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9. Delusion (feat. Andrew Gander Phil Turcio Matt Clohesy)
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10. The Unsuspecting (feat. Andrew Gander Phil Turcio Matt Clohesy Carlo Barbaro)
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The Unsuspecting is a modern Jazz fusion album aesthetically but draws on harmonic concepts from Western Art Musics Second Viennese School. Most of the harmonic content on the album is non-functional. Similarly the majority of the album is in odd times and uses hyper metric concepts. For listeners attracted to Allan Holdsworth, Frank Gambale, Chick Corea and Scott Henderson this one is for you.

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