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Review by Scott Yanow Although bassist Ray Drummond is the leader of this trio set, he shares the spotlight quite evenly with pianist Hank Jones and drummer Billy Higgins. Drummond contributed two originals (including a tribute piece to Higgins) but otherwise the repertoire is comprised of jazz standards including “Things Ain’t What They Used to Be,” “Whisper Not,” “Love Walked ...

Tracks 1. Sham Time 2. North London 3. Louis the Shoplifter 4. Juicy Lucy 5. I Know You 6. Helium 7. Light My Fire 8. Sunshine Of Your Love 9. Stovetop 10. The Times They Are a-Changin 11. Brigas Nunca Mais 12. Timmy Bobbins 2014

1. Introduction 2. Cherokee 3. Ceora 4. I’m In The Mood For Love 5. On Green Dolphin Street 6. Little Girl Blue 7. Autumn Leaves Créditos Organ – Joey Defrancesco Saxophone – George Coleman Drums – Byron Landham Guitar – Jake Langley Vocals – Colleen McNabb (tracks: 3) Recorded live at Yoshi’s, Oakland, CA, April 6-9, 2006 Sello: Concord Records ...

“With each visit to Chicago … Joey DeFrancesco seems to attain another, still-more-remarkable degree of technical fl uidity.” — Chicago Tribune “Joey DeFrancesco is rightfully known as an incredibly talented organ player. He’s got an array of solid CDs that document his rise to the top. He can fi t into any setting, from hard bop to the electronic funk ...

Vocalist, Hammond B 3 specialist and educator, Adrienne Fenemor unveils a tasteful musical treat with the dynamic Mo’ Puddin’ presenting an explosive session of organ-based music offering a selection of six originals and three standards full of swing and swagger. A New York-based performer and educator since moving to the USA in 2008, Fenemor was born and raised in New ...

Guitarist Dave Specter has always straddled the blues / jazz fence with a hip disregard for arbitrary restrictions. On Speculatin’, his sixth Delmark CD, Dave has put his distinctive mark on a collection of outstanding instrumental tunes from all corners of these related genres, tossing in a latin beat and some greasy organ in addition to his unmistakable West Side ...

Monty Alexander (Montgomery Bernard Alexander, Kingston, Jamaica, 6 de junio de 1944) es un pianista de jazz, que también toca la melódica. Su forma de tocar tiene una fuerte influencia de la música caribeña y del swing. Entre sus principales influencias se encuentran músicos de la talla de Art Tatum, Oscar Peterson, Wynton Kelly y Ahmad Jamal, entre otros. Biografía[editar] ...

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