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Richard Sadler

Works as musician, composer and sound engineer.  Plays all genres of music - jazz, pop, blues (even country!) In studio and onstage as session musician (eg Ray Davies (Kinks), Paul Weller, Tom Jones).  Has played at major festivals in the UK (Glastonbury, The Big Chill, London Jazz Festival etc)  Has played in major venues in UK from Queen Elizabeth Hall to Ronnie Scott's, etc Played at jazz clubs and festivals in USA (Rochester), Canada (Montreal, Vancouver, Toronto), Australia (Perth, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne) , New Zealand (Auckland, Queenstown) Thailand, most of Europe (not all tho!!)... TV - Later With Jools Holland, RTE Eire Radio - sessions for BBC Radio 3 and 6 (Jazz Line Up and Tom Robinson) Tiny bit of teaching (one week a year at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama summer school!)

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Requiem For The Faithful

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Duration: 05:18

Requiem For The Faithful

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: We All Bleed; Ode To Myself (Requiem Mix); In My Bed; Stone; At the Seams; Panic Room; L.A.S.; Orbit; Little Girl...; Paper Doll (Requiem Mix); Run To You; Loving A Stranger; Where Beauty Lives; Lost Where We Belong;

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Meg Morley Trio at 606 Club

Read "Meg Morley Trio at 606 Club" reviewed by Gareth Thomas

Meg Morley Trio, and the Will Sach Band from the Royal Academy of Music 606 Club London April 10, 2018 Underground in Chelsea's cosy and rustic 606 Club, Meg Morley performed her trio's debut album, Can't Get Started, alongside Richard Sadler on double bass and Emiliano Caroselli on drums. The Australian ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Meg Morley: Can't Get Started

Read "Can't Get Started" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Only a few months after releasing her debut solo EP--Through The Hours (Self Produced, 2017)--the London-based Australian pianist and composer Meg Morley releases her first trio album, Can't Get Started, in the company of bassist Richard Sadler and drummer Emiliano Caroselli. Through The Hours was an impressive debut, showcasing Morley's ability to conjure up varied moods ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Meg Morley: Through The Hours

Read "Through The Hours" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Pianist Meg Morley's debut solo release, Through The Hours features five original compositions that highlight the London-based musician's talent for what fellow pianist and composer Kit Downes refers to as her “Subtle voicings and elegant turns of phrase."Morley is originally from Australia, where she studied classical music and jazz, but has been resident in ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

John Crawford: Times and Tides

Read "Times and Tides" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

For his second album British pianist/composer John Crawford continues his love of Latin American and Spanish flamenco music, while also incorporating fresh new influences. Crawford's opening original “Blurred" shares a Brazilian heritage with the cover of Antonio Carlos Jobim's “Once I Loved" that follows it. Guitarist Guillermo Hill makes an immediate impression on nylon-string guitar: he's ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

-isq: -Isq: Too

Read "-Isq: Too" reviewed by Luca Muchetti

Pop d'autore visto con le lenti dal jazz. Gli -isq sono una formazione inglese nelle cui file milita Irene Serra, cantante dalle origini italiane ma oggi stabilmente a Londra. Insieme a un pugno di musicisti divisi fra contrabbasso, batteria e pianoforte, è giunta al secondo album, presentato nella capitale inglese in un locale di Soho pochi ...

-Isq: Too

Read "-Isq: Too" reviewed by Phil Barnes

Vocal jazz gets a justifiably hard time these days--endless rehashes of “the Great American Songbook" or other Fifties showtunes, with high production values but little originality and even less to say. Enough to make any self-respecting reviewer power down their laptop you might think, but then out of the blue come gems like this from the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

-isq: Too

Read "Too" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Too is the second album from London-based quartet -isq. No surprise there. The slightly odd presentation of the band's name remains in place and continues to trouble the usually faultless activities of the planet's internet search engines. The line-up from debut album -isq (Cheesepeas Records, 2013) is still intact. The band's distinctive “every silver lining has ...


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