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The Heart of the Matter

Label: Big Bridge Music
Released: 2015
Track listing: Big Bad Boogaloo; Fool That I Am; That Old Black Magic; 3rd Avenue Blues; September Song; Sweet Tea; The Heart of the Matter; Mr. Gentle and Mr. Cool; Tres Palabras.

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Jeff Hackworth: The Heart of the Matter

Read "The Heart of the Matter" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Veteran tenor saxophonist Jeff Hackworth doesn't fool around much on his most recent musical project and gets right to The Heart of The Matter, unveiling his seventh album as leader and follow up to his previous critically-acclaimed Soul To Go! (Big Bridge Music, 2014). Employing a muscular approach to the saxophone, Hackworth's tenor voice is pronounced ...

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Big Bad Boogaloo

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Label: Big Bridge Music
Released: 2015
Duration: 6:52

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Soul To Go!

Label: Big Bridge Music
Released: 2014
Track listing: Soul To Go!; Autumn Nocturne; The Feeling of Jazz; Wise One; Blues In a Few; Little Girl Blue; Live and Learn; Under A Strayhorn Sky; Vaya Con Dios.

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Jeff Hackworth: Soul To Go!

Read "Soul To Go!" reviewed by Edward Blanco


His fifth album as leader and follow up to the critically acclaimed Night Owl (Big Bridge Music, 2011), Jeff Hackworth's Soul To Go! offers a brash new statement packed with bop, blues and soulful renditions of jazz classics. A New York-based saxophonist of note, and like many a great sax men--Sonny Rollins, Charlie Parker, Cannonball Adderley ...

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Soul To Go!

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Label: Big Bridge Music
Released: 2014
Duration: 5:39

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Night Owl

Label: Big Bridge Music
Released: 2011
Track listing: The Man; Innuendo; Love Me Two Times; Little Blue; Night Owl; Sideswipe; I'm Your Puppet; That Lucky Old Sun; We Kiss In A Shadow; You'd Better Love Me.

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Jeff Hackworth: Night Owl

Read "Night Owl" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


If there is one trait that time has etched on Jeff Hackworth's career it is his development as a tenor saxophonist. Hackworth has shown a growing maturity on his recordings, with Night Owl being his strongest. He is not afraid to take chances and develops themes with an abiding sense of adventure. His tone can be ...

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Jeff Hackworth: Night Owl

Read "Night Owl" reviewed by Edward Blanco


New York saxophonist Jeff Hackworth--who performs in the style of jazz greats like Gene Ammons, David “Fathead" Newman and Stanley Turrentine--keeps the tradition alive on Night Owl. Leaving the standard piano trio behind, Hackworth recaptures the saxophone/organ blend made so popular by Lou Donaldson and takes it a step further by adding vibraphone to the mix. ...

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Jeff Hackworth: Night Owl

Read "Night Owl" reviewed by Greg Simmons


Tenorist Jeff Hackworth taps late 1960s soul jazz on Night Owl. The instrumental mix, with Hammond B3, vibraphone and drums, draws a straight line to the traditions of masters like Lou Donaldson and Big John Patton. The use of organ, in particular, is a distinctive and tacit embrace of the instrument's ability to make anything sound ...


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