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A New Generation

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Released: 2003
Track listing: Pasta Faggioli; Homily; Katarina

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Tony Monaco Trio & Joey DeFrancesco Trio: A New Generation

Read "A New Generation" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Recently there has been a glut of trendy organ jazz records. All have been capably conceived and performed. Most have been cutting edge, expanding the role of organ jazz with in the music. The majority of this music has steered away from standards and blues and focused on original compositions as vehicles. While, this is what ...

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Tony Monaco: A New Generation Paesanos on the New B3

Read "A New Generation Paesanos on the New B3" reviewed by Ken Hohman

That the Hammond B-3 gene is dominant in males of the Italian persuasion? Is there a secret spice in spaghetti sauce that makes a man's fingers burn the 88s? One listen to Paesanos On The New B3 and you would be apt to think so. A sizzling showdown between the dueling organs of B3 grand master ...

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Tony Monaco: A New Generation Paesanos on the New B3

Read "A New Generation Paesanos on the New B3" reviewed by Jim Santella

Ready for a Hammond B-3 overload?Tony Monaco and his trio sit down and do business with Joey DeFrancesco and his trio. All at the same time. As the two trios trade off with seamless interaction, the momentum switches from one side to the other. One organist follows the other, and one guitarist follows the ...


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