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Take Five With Chris Bell

Read "Take Five With Chris Bell" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Meet Chris Bell:Guitarist, performer, educator, based in Austin, Texas.Instrument(s):Guitar.Teachers and/or influences? Richie Hart, Grant Green, Wes Montgomery, B.B. King.Your sound and approach to music: I'm far more interested in playing jazz on the guitar than I am in playing jazz guitar.Your teaching approach: I'm ...


Greasy Street

Label: Zoho Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: Greasy Street; Frim Fram Sauce; Tyrone; Naima; East Coast Blues; Third Plane; Recorda Me; Mellow Mood; I'll See You In My Dreams.


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Richie Hart: Greasy Street

Read "Greasy Street" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

For Greasy Street, guitarist Richie Hart augments his usual trio with bassist Joe Corsello and drummer Rick Petrone to include a band of players who bring a welcome dimension to the music. Hart knows where to place them, and this, combined with the song selections, makes for some enjoyable listening. Of these ten tunes, ...


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Richie Hart: Greasy Street

Read "Greasy Street" reviewed by David Miller

Richie Hart isn't breaking down any barriers with his music. If you're looking for intellectual listening, Greasy Street isn't the record for you. That said, I loved it. Hart and his compatriots (Rick Petrone, Joe Corsello, Clifton Anderson, Pete Levin, Dr. Lonnie Smith, and Jerry Weldon) have created a blues-inflected whale of a good time.


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Richie Hart: Greasy Street

Read "Greasy Street" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Guitarist Richie Hart wisely works the intersection of two thoroughfares. I'm referring to the aptly titled Greasy Street as well as the more mainstream, and less funkified, Easy Street for the purposes of this album. Like last season's Blues in the Alley, Hart and his trio with bassist Rick Petrone and drummer Joe Corsello ...


Blues In The Alley

Label: Zoho Music
Released: 2004
Track listing: Well You Needn't; Blues in the Alley; Sandu; The Fox; Black Pearls; Georgia on my Mind; Autumn Leaves; Fresh Air; On a High Note; West Side Story Medley


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Richie Hart: Blues in the Alley

Read "Blues in the Alley" reviewed by John Kelman

With a blues-soaked sensibility and strong rhythmic drive, guitarist Richie Hart's Blues in the Alley is aptly named, given his propensity for blues form and feel. But that doesn't mean that the record is anything approaching monotonous, as Hart and his trio companions, bassist Rick Petrone and percussionist Joe Corsello, explore everything from the swing blues ...


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Richie Hart: Blues In The Alley

Read "Blues In The Alley" reviewed by Jim Santella

Richie Hart leads a stellar band that captures the classic guitar/organ combo sound accurately with a swinging groove. His original compositions ensure that jazz and blues will find a comfortable seat every time his unit takes the stage. With his trio, Hart interprets “Sandu" in a classic repose. His guitar brings back the song's ...


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