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Hart, Scone & Albin: Leading The British Invasion

Read "Leading The British Invasion" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


The Hammond organ trio called Hart, Scone & Albin open up Leading the British Invasion by biting into “Rehab," from the songbook of the late British vocalist, Amy Winehouse. The tune--already dripping soul in its original edition--drips some, with the trio's muscular and propulsive approach. The British Invasion the trio addresses throughout the set ...

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Hart, Scone & Albin: Leading The British Invasion

Read "Leading The British Invasion" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


The British are coming, the British are coming! No, not the Redcoats with rifles or tide-shifting rock royalty like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and the like. This time, it's the might and music of the English songstress that's landing stateside. With Leading The British Invasion, this smart and stinging organ trio salutes ...

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I Scream Scone!

Label: Rondette Jazz
Released: 2015
Track listing: What People Do; Everything Happens to Me; Stairway to the Stars; I Scream Scone; In A Sentimental Mood; Red Top; Willow Weep for Me; The Last One.

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Adam Scone: I Scream Scone!

Read "I Scream Scone!" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Organist Adam Scone has played many styles of music throughout his career, from funk, rock, blues, other styles to yes, jazz and in 2013 after performing as a sideman on a saxophonist Ian Hendrickson-Smith recording, decided to consider documenting his first twenty-years playing jazz and ballads and to this end, I Scream Scone! was conceived and ...


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