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Mad Science

Label: Sunny Sky
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Barbarians (Colligan) - 10:03 2. Earth Signs (Colligan) - 7:06 3. Out from the Underground (Guarna) - 6:35 4. Mad Science (Colligan) - 11:50 5. Seduction (Colligan) - 6:43 6. Thought Police (Colligan) - 7:44 7. Alaska Basin (Guarna) - 7:38 8. Modieidi's Modalities (Colligan) - 6:24

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George Colligan: Mad Science

Read "Mad Science" reviewed by Terrell Kent Holmes

Noted keyboardist, group leader and ubiquitous sideman George Colligan has applied his chops to the Hammond B-3 with his latest release, Mad Science, which is also the name of the trio he's assembled: guitarist Tom Guarna, drummer Rodney Holmes and guest star Gary Thomas on tenor sax and flute. “Barbarians" is a funk-driven ...

Mad Science

Label: Sunny Sky
Released: 2003
Track listing: Barbarians; Earth Signs; Out From The Underground; Mad Science; Seduction; Tought Police; Alaska Basin; Modieidi

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

George Colligan: Mad Science

Read "Mad Science" reviewed by Mark Corroto

I must confess that I recently signed a petition to call for the end of B3 organ recordings. Not that I haven’t enjoyed the jazz organ playing by Jimmy Smith, Charles Earland, and Sun Ra... just that with the reinvestigation of the instrument since the late 1980s and 1990s the storm gates have opened for John ...


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