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The Larry Goldings Trio: Sweet Science

Read "Sweet Science" reviewed by Jack Bowers

An organ-led session by a trio of (relatively) young lions who downplay the pyrotechnics usually associated with such groups in favor of perceptive interplay. Organist Larry Goldings cooks but over a lower flame than, say, Jimmy Smith, Joey DeFrancesco or newcomer Tony Monaco. He and guitarist Peter Bernstein are locked onto each other's radar screen while ...

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Larry Goldings Trio: Sweet Science

Read "Sweet Science" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

With his trio's fifth release, Hammond B-3 ace Larry Goldings supplies further evidence that this band is among the finest working units in jazz! The musicians perform with the exactitude of a highly focused chamber outfit, amid the loose grooves of an excitable organ combo. There's a distinct synergy in the air when this band struts ...

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Larry Goldings Trio: Sweet Science

Read "Sweet Science" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

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Sweet Science is a sweet ethereal trip with a classic greasy organ-guitar trio minus the grease (this is not to say that the disc does not swing, it does, in spades). The music provided by Messrs. Goldings, Bernstein, and Stewart is complete sophistication. The music would fit well as the soundtrack of ...

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Larry Goldings Trio: Sweet Science

Read "Sweet Science" reviewed by Jim Santella

Adventurous mainstream jazz need not be cast from the same old stuff we've been listening to for 50 years. Larry Goldings ensures that tradition remains solid, as the backbone for everything he creates. However, with Peter Bernstein and Bill Stewart, he pushes the envelope beyond the point where many of today's leaders remain satisfied. Goldings ensures ...