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Declaration Of Love - The Jim Mullen Organ Trio - Catch My Drift (CD, Album)

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  1. Georgie Fame wrote the ballad Declaration of Love, and it is tenderly delivered by Mullen and Gorman. The album ends with Daydream, a gorgeous Ellingtonian melody. Here and elsewhere, you can hear how Jim Mullen backs Mike Gorman’s solos with discreet guitar chords. This is a generally understated album but that doesn’t mean that it’s the dreaded “smooth jazz”. Instead it’s skilled and .
  2. JIM MULLEN ORGAN TRIO – Catch My Drift Diving Duck DDRCD Jim Mullen (el guitar); Mike Gorman (organ); Matt Skelton (drums) Recorded London Mullen says on the liner that he always refused to do tribute albums and dislikes the ‘concept album.’.
  3. Jim Mullen Technique Should be the Servant, not the Master. Thorbjørn Sjøgren in Denmark shares with us his interview with guitarist Jim Mullen: On an evening a couple of years back, I was visiting the London pub “The Bull’s Head” in the southwest part of the English capital.
  4. Jul 07,  · Beautiful Love by Victor Young Henry Dickhoff - organ Jordan Stern - guitar BK Kahn - drums Performed at Dazzle Restaurant and Lounge in Denver, CO.
  5. Brilliant early work by Sun Ra and the Arkestra – 2 rare Saturn recordings back to back on one CD! Angels & Demons At Play is a monster of an album! Ra plays organ and electric piano, and the band includes Gilmore, Pat Patrick, Marshall Allen, Ronnie Boykins, Art Hoyle, Phil Cohran, and Julian Priester.
  6. Apr 20,  · I was even more annoyed with myself because just a couple of days earlier I’d invested in the new album by the Jim Mullen Organ Trio. It’s called Catch My Drift, it’s released on the Diving Duck label, and it features Mike Gorman on Hammond B3 and Matt Skelton on drums. They play standards (“Deep in a Dream”, “Lonely Town”), the.
  7. Giuffre, Jimmy: Trav'lin' Light There's no rhythm section backing up the understated and thoughtful playing of this little trio, but with their superb sense of time they turn it into an opportunity to show you just how little they actually need one. Over the years, which saw the transitions from vinyl to tape to CD 5/5(9).
  8. Jun 12,  · Jazzwise June Issue Album Reviews List Thursday, June 12, All these albums are reviewed in the JUNE issue of Jazzwise which is out now – to read them all click here to subscribe and get a FANTASTIC FREE CD New Release Album Reviews Eric Alexander Chicago Fire HighNote Records Algorhythmical Impending Joy algorhythmical.
  9. Maybe the strongest solo project ever from Phil Alvin – a late 80s effort dedicated to the romping R&B sounds of the 50s – done with great help from both the Dirty Dozen Brass Band and the Sun Ra Arkestra! A number of cuts are from the glory days of the R&B single – and the approach moves between tracks with Alvin's combo, one with the Dirty Dozen, and three especially nice tracks with.

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