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The standard organ trio doesn't usually include a flute. On paper, it sounds like a bad idea. It seems as if the cool breeze aspects of the airy blowing of the flute would get lost in the organ's electric woosh. As it turns out, flutist Bill McBirnie
wanted to give it a try, but the piano won that day. But the organ's day would come, with Find You Place. Senenesky gets his turn on the organ on what has the sound and feel of a good old fashioned blowing session. McBirnie and and Senenesky are joined by drummer Anthony Mitchell, who adds a distinctive crackle and pop puntuation behind his cool breeze compatriots.
"So in Love," from the pen of Cole Porter opens the set. Senenesky lays down a background of short, rhythmic syllables behind McBirnie's long lines and Mitchell's constant sizzle on a tune suffused with the Latin vibe, leading into a deep gospel groove on "Yes Indeed." Pianist Horace Silver