Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Progressive Jazz Organ Soul
Eddie Landsberg | Tokyo, Japan | 11/28/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Stretching beyond standards, blues and boogaloo, this album digs into a deep groove. Fans of Roland Kirk, John Coletrane and Larry Young will appreciate it just as much as all those Blue Note groove albums of the late '60s. The solos are heavy and deep, yet the album is highly danceable and lot's of surprizes. Highly innovative. - - Sadly, few Jazz organists have followed up on BJPs soulful yet experimental approach. Some have gone "way out" (Jeff Palmer, Medeski, Novello), but the challenge here is going way out, yet sticking to your groove and grits. If you like this, BLUES FOR LOU is a must and check out BILL HEID's WET STREETs or BOP RASCAL. Memorable listening, the album will grow on you."