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Gene Ludwig - Love Notes of Cole Porter

Gene Ludwig - Love Notes of Cole Porter

Gene Ludwig - Love Notes of Cole Porter   As one of the early adopters of the Hammond organ in jazz after Jimmy Smith revolutionized the instrument in the late 1950s, Gene Ludwig enjoyed the massive popularity of organ-based soul jazz during the 1960s. In those days, organ rooms popped up all along the East coast and Midwest, especially in the inner working-class cities like Detroit,...
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George Howard & His Jazz Brothers - How It's Done

George Howard & His Jazz Brothers - How It's Done

  At the age of 92, WWII veteran George Howard decided it was time to make his first album. It's something he never thought he'd do , but also something he always wanted. And so he did. With the help of Lansing jazz impresarios Jeff Shoup and Jim Alfredson, he assembled a cast of his favorite local players, choose a handful of standards from the Great American songbook, went into...
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organissimo - B3tles - A Soulful Tribute to the Fab Four

organissimo - B3tles - A Soulful Tribute to the Fab Four

Pop music has been a rich resource jazz artists have mined for genera- tions and the music of the 1960s is no exception with many finding inspiration in the songs of The Beatles, the quintessential band of that era.   organissimo, the acclaimed Michigan-based trio centered around the powerful Hammond B3 organ, presents a new take on the Beatles oeuvre on its 6th album, B3tles - A Soulful...
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Jim Alfredson's Dirty Fingers - A Tribute To Big John Patton

Jim Alfredson's Dirty Fingers - A Tribute To Big John Patton

Big John Patton (July 12, 1935 in Kansas City, Missouri – March 19, 2002 in Montclair, New Jersey) was a staple of the Blue Note label's roster during the heyday of soul jazz in the 1960s.  As well as a respected and in-demand sideman, Patton also made a name for himself as a band leader and composer, defining the sound of acid jazz for decades to come. Patton is the link between the bluesy...
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