Results for "Pony Boy Records"
by Paul Rauch
The jazz organ trio, with saxophone and drums, is an efficient concept in terms of musical identity; it exposes the members to the core of their collective musical being, laying bare the total expressiveness of the players, and the strengths and weaknesses of the collective. It's like a mini-big band, with B3 sounds swirling and creating ...
by Geannine Reid
Guitarist Frank Kohl releases his fourth album as a leader, entitled, Rising Tide. The Seattle-based guitarist is joined by bassist Steve LaSpina, pianist (and brother) Tom Kohl, and drummer Jon Doty. Kohl penned five of the eight tunes, with the balance pulling from the standards repertoire.Kohl's guitar sound is warm, clear and sounds as ...
By Reuel Lubag
Label: Pony Boy Records
Track listing: 1 Passepartout 2 Haandéi Ax Choonéik'i 3 Aadóo Séek' Sáwé? 4 Haagù S'é 5 Talisman 6 The Hook Song 7 Aayátx'i 8 Haandéi Ax Choonéitk'i 9 Aadóo Séek' Sáwé? 10 Haagú S'é 11 The Hook Song 12 Aayátx'i
by Jack Bowers
The organ trio, once a focal point of soul-drenched jazz in the heyday of such elder statesmen as Jimmy Smith, Richard “Groove" Holmes, Brother Jack McDuff, Jimmy McGriff, Charles Earland, Don Patterson and others, hasn't been nearly as prominent in recent years as the ranks of virtuosic organists (Joey DeFrancesco notwithstanding) have thinned. Nevertheless, the organ ...