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Movin' On

Label: Jazzateria
Released: 2006

Album

Fun House

Label: Jazzateria
Released: 2005

Album

Organ Blues

Label: Jazzateria
Released: 2002

Album

Introducing G.G.

Label: Jazzateria
Released: 2002
Track listing: 1) Cantaloupe Woman 2) Selma March 3) Another Time, Another Place 4) Can You Feel It 5) Umberto 6) Deep River 7) People Make The World Go Around 8) For The Love Of You 9) 6 Grams Of Funk

Album

Introducing G.G.

Label: Jazzateria
Released: 2002
Track listing: Cantaloupe Woman; Selma March; Another Time, Another Place; Can You Feel It; Umberto 7.4; Deep River; People Make the World Go Round; For the Love Of You; 6 Grams of Funk.

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Article: Album Review

Grant Green, Jr.: Introducing G.G.

Read "Introducing G.G." reviewed by Joe Lazar


Soul Jazz is cheating. The recipe is tried and true: slick guitar, funky Rhodes and Hammond Organ, tight Drums and Bass, a full horn section. Music like this sounds good and makes folks happy with ease. It is also relatively formulaic. Such is the scenario for guitarist Grant Green, Jr.’s new album, Introducing G.G.. The selections ...

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Grant Green, Jr.: Introducing G.G.

Read "Introducing G.G." reviewed by Jim Santella


The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. A strong connection remains. Stepping out on his own, Grant Green, Jr. exhibits a natural affinity for the funk and blues that his late jazz guitarist father epitomized. A smooth, romantic texture emanates from his melodic instrument. Green has selected an eclectic program, including something for everyone. Mellow, ...

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Article: Album Review

Reuben Wilson: Organ Blues

Read "Organ Blues" reviewed by Jim Santella


Reuben Wilson’s blues band settles in nice and cozy. It’s a celebration! Nods to Jimmy Smith and Jack McDuff fit appropriately into a session of traditional good time blues. Melvin Butler lends a soulful persona that stands patiently in the shadow of the late Eddie Harris. Grant Green, Jr. and leader Reuben Wilson recall the great ...


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