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Organic �" Band Biography John-Paul Gard �" Hammond Organ John-Paul is well known on the British jazz circuit, and has recently played live with such stellar guitarists as Andreas Oberg and Alex Hutchings. He is influenced by players such as Jimmy Smith and Jack McDuff, as well as modern burners like Joey DeFrancesco. Dominic Norcross �" Tenor and Baritone Saxophone Dominic is a regular on the jazz scene and has shared the stage with Dave Weckl, Mornington Locket, and Don Weller, to name a few. Nigel Williams �" Drums Nigel played for Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames for a number of years and has toured North America drumming for Van Morrison

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Organic

Label: Mistyland
Released: 2020
Track listing: Heritage; Longing; They couldn't stop traveling; Duda Jam; Jungle; Absence; Minuet for a dog; Because of rain.

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Longing

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Label: Mistyland
Released: 2020
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Stefan Frommelt Trio

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Stefan Frommelt (* 1966) is a pianist, composer, arranger und music teacher from Liechtenstein. He studied at Musikhochschule Wien (graduation 1992),Hochschule Luzern (Performing, Composing, Arranging, Diplom 2000) und in Numerus master classes, including work with Simon Nabatov, Uli Rennert, Art Lande and Uli Scherer. He is the founder and bandleader of many ensembles, such as the award-winning "Jazzzirkus". As a sideman he worked with Sandy Patton, Marianne Racine, Carlo Lorenzi, Herbert Walser, Alfred Vogel, the Big Band Liechtenstein and many more. Stefan Frommelt was the artistic director for the Art & Music Company in Bern from 1993 to 1998 and for the TAK Liechtenstein in 2004 and 2006.

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Article: Album Review

Wadada Leo Smith: Najwa

Read "Najwa" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Wadada Leo Smith has been on an amazingly productive streak the last few years, creating ambitious work for all kinds of configurations, large orchestras, string ensembles, quartets, duos and solo. About the only format he hadn't explored lately was the dense electronic jazz-rock he's played in the past with his groups Organic and Yo! Miles. With ...

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The Right Thing

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2010

Album

Organic

Label: Posi-Tone Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Tonight; Valse Pra Jelena; The Stopper; Coquette; It's Possible; Favela; Apostrophe; Blues For Fats.

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New Album of Grooves and Jazz from Organic - "The Right Thing"

New Album of Grooves and Jazz from Organic - "The Right Thing"

"An energetic outing, which whilst looking to the past is firmly based in the here and now, with some excellent ensemble playing and some beefy solos. Highly recommended" —Edge of Jazz, Phonic.fm, Exeter “I have heard 4 tracks from the album and frankly I'm impressed .... If you are in the UK get out and see ...

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Ehud Asherie: Organic

Read "Organic" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Organic is Israeli-born Ehud Asherie's fourth album as leader on the Posi- Tone label. It's also his second release of 2010, following the excellent Modern Life, although it was actually recorded two years before that album, back in 2007. It's another quartet recording of predominantly straight-ahead jazz and shows, once again, the young musician's affinity with ...

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Ehud Asherie: Organic

Read "Organic" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Contrary to what some might believe, the designation of a musician as an organist or pianist does not have to be mutually exclusive. While some players choose to focus all of their time and energy on one of these instruments, many others prefer to branch out and try their hand at both. Fats Waller wasn't afraid ...


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