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Master Chops T

Label: Summit Records
Released: 2002
Track listing:

Acid Wash; White Dude Special; Ya Bay Bee; Gramp's Blues; Ode To Brother Jack; So May It Secretly Begin; Luck Be A Lady; Apple Honey; St. Thomas; Me And Mrs. Jones; Picking Up The Pieces. (Total Time: 62:50).

Album

Master Chops T

Label:
Released: 2002
Track listing: Acid Wash; White Dude Special; Ya Bay Bee; Gramp's Blues; Ode To Brother Jack; So May It Secretly Begin; Luck Be A Lady; Apple Honey; St. Thomas; Me And Mrs. Jones; Picking Up The Pieces. (Total Time: 62:50).

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Tony Monaco: Master Chops T

Read "Master Chops T" reviewed by Jim Santella


The title for Tony Monaco's latest album comes from the fiery organist's nickname. Master Chops T was impressive last year in his Summit debut. This year, he's even better. The Hammond B-3 powerhouse unleashes an exciting set with his regular band. There's something in it for everyone – particularly fans of the old organ combo groove. ...

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Tony Monaco: Master Chops T

Read "Master Chops T" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Sophisticated Grease.Tony Monaco's first recording, Burnin' Grooves (Summit 304, 2000) was very good. Half recorded with his own trio and half with his buddy's, Joey DeFrancesco, Grooves displays a prodigious and encyclopedic talent in the ways of the Hammond B-3. Earthy and Bluesy in one breath and sophisticated and erudite in the next, Monaco's ...

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The Tony Monaco Trio: Master Chops T

Read "Master Chops T" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Sophisticated Grease.   Tony Monaco's first recording, Burnin' Grooves (Summit 304, 2000) was very good. Half recorded with his own trio and half with his buddy's, Joey DeFrancesco, Grooves displays a prodigious and encyclopedic talent in the ways of the Hammond B-3. Earthy and Bluesy in one breath and sophisticated and erudite in the next, Monaco's ...

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Article: Album Review

Tony Monaco: Master Chops T

Read "Master Chops T" reviewed by Jim Santella


The title for Tony Monaco's latest album comes from the fiery organist's nickname. Master Chops T was impressive last year in his Summit debut. This year, he's even better. The Hammond B-3 powerhouse unleashes an exciting set with his regular band. There's something in it for everyone – particularly fans of the old organ combo groove. ...


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