Smokin' tunes, I like, I like. Here's a free tip on a killer fusion and technical progmetal. I got this CD awhile back but I haven't stopped getting off for a sometimes a full day of repeat plays. WOW! Crank this up and go off-road for a mud-slingin' spin . . . not a limp-wristed second on this baby.
Drums, axe, bass are all kickin'! Mean unisons, fierce attacks, flowing time changes, novel phrasings, Holdsworth meets Fripp meets Brad Hull of Forced Entry. Killer, killer, killer reminds me of the energy of Planet X's Universe release sans keys. No wimps allowed inside the QUAZI world. This kind of music makes my neck ache due to serious head-bobbing and groovin'. I may get a speeding ticket today. Why? I am gonna be listening to QUAZI again for another full-on adrenalin rush. You serious jams fusion types need this in your collection.
The group for heavy, whirling, highly technical, angular, off-beat, whacked, fun-loving, hard-charging, tongue-in-cheek jazz metal fusion is QUAZI. Sometimes I was cracking up at the hilarious sound bytes and before I knew it, Quazi had wrenched my head into another sonic whirlpool. This trio kicks major frenetic axe, skins, and low-end butt! Superb! Highest recommendations, inside-out and including those quazi-temporal extensions into the 5th order of meta-fusion dimensions.
I love jazz because it expresses things so deep that I can't transform in words.
I met John Pizzarelli.
The best show I ever attended was MASP in São Paulo Brazil.
The first jazz record I bought was a Baby Dodds CD.
My heroes on drums: Papa Jo Jones, Sid Catlett, Gene Krupa, Baby Dodds, Zutty Singleton, Ray Bauduc, Vernell Fournier,
Shelly Manne, Jimmy Cobb, Joe Morello, Daniel Humair, Kenny Clarke, Sonny Carr, Buddy Rich, Sam Woodyard, Cozy Cole,
Sonny Greer, Neil Peart, Carl Palmer, Tony Sbarbaro, Vic Berton, Edison Machado, Milton Banana, Rubens Barsotti.
My heroes in jazz: Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Chet Baker, Miles Davis, Ahmad Jamal, Coleman Hawkins, Teddy Wilson,
Barney Kessel, Lester Young, Johnny Hodges, Jelly Roll Morton.