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Jerry Weldon in the Doodlin' Lounge
January 05, 2016 04:12 PM PST
Saxophonist Jerry Weldon has a new CD out and it's only natural that I feature it in my Doodlin'Lounge since I had been on Jerry for years to come out west and record something for my label. He showed up 'loaded for bear'! Jerry hand-picked each selection and played like there was no tomorrow. It was a real pleasure working with him and teaming him up with organist Bobby Pierce, guitarist Steve Homan and everyone's favorite drummer, Mike Clark. Always bouncing from coast to coast or weaving through our great country, Jerry Weldon is 'On the Move!'Adam Scone in the Doodlin' Lounge
December 22, 2015 02:53 PM PST
Adam is back at it again with a new release on Rondette Jazz and it's a goodie! Partner, Ian Hendrickson-Smith plays on all tracks with a couple of different guitarists and drummers to make this 'return to jazz' CD a solid edition to Adam's discography. With a growing family and roots growing deeper in the world of music business, Adam represents the new breed of jazz organists who will surely take this great music well into this young century. It's always a pleasure to meet-up with Adam and help spread the good word. Enjoy this last Doodlin' Lounge podcast of 2015 (photo credit pending)Ben Paterson in the Doodlin' Lounge
December 11, 2015 04:43 PM PST
Ben Paterson has put a great deal of time and effort in the release of his first organ CD: 'For Once in My Life'. His two previous releases on piano made their own statements and drew much attention to this greatly talented musician but this organ recording was designed to place him into a new category and on another radar screen. Listen to the tracks that I've selected in this podcast and see if you don't agree with me that Ben is an incredible addition to the ever-expanding fellowship known as 'Jazz Organ'. With Ben on this session are guitarist, Peter Bernstein and drummer George Fludas. Enjoy!Michael Kocour in the Doodlin' Lounge
November 16, 2015 05:30 PM PST
Michael Kocour has been on the scene - and I mean the 'organ scene'- for a very long while. His biggest impact was in the Chicago area playing with folks like Joel Spencer and Brad Wheeler among others. He moved to Arizona to teach at Arizona State University in 2004 and since has been busy balancing the two worlds of piano and organ jazz in the clubs and teaching in the classroom. This balancing act has paid off, as evidenced by his newly released CD, 'Spiffy' from which we lift several tracks for this episode. I'm sure you will find Michael's perspective of Jazz Organ to be most interesting and entertaining. The photo was taken by Michael Woodall.John Brewer in the Doodlin' Lounge
November 12, 2015 11:45 PM PST
I found John's music on Jazz Camp and thought I'd share, not only his organ trio's groove, but his honest and realistic perspective in today's music market. John plays piano as well as keys and organ although this episode features mostly organ tracks from his release entitled, 'The New Orleans Session'. I found John's music to be both entertaining as well as firmly embedded in the 'feel good' category. Let me know how it sounds to you...Jonah Kane-West in the Doodlin' Lounge
November 05, 2015 10:05 AM PST
Jonah comes to the Doodlin' Lounge by way of guitarist Randy Johnston who called me a few weeks ago and raved about this young man's organ playing. It didn't take me long to contact Jonah and invite him into my imaginary organ room. Jonah has studied with Tony Monaco and sites guitarist Jake Langley and organist Mike Flanigan as significant influences along the way. Jonah definitely has 'the feel' and will amaze you with his comfortable style and formidable chops. Enjoy Jonah Kane-West out of Charlottesville, VirginiaBobby Sparks in the Doodlin' Lounge
October 31, 2015 04:24 PM PDT
Bobby Sparks - from Dallas, Texas - has amazed music fans and, in particular, organ fanatics ever since he was a young kid playing in Church. He has amassed a huge resume by playing with folks like Roy Hargrove, Dianne Reeves, Snarky Puppy, Tower of Power, Marcus Miller and many, many more. This Doodlin' Lounge Podcast offers just a sampling of his recorded effort and when I can get my hands on more tracks, I'll expand this podcast to the hour that I normally produce. Right now, I'm borrowing a lot from his YouTube presence. No doubt about it: Bobby Sparks is a phenomenon!Ronnie Foster in the Doodlin' Lounge
October 06, 2015 04:22 PM PDT
Ronnie Foster began his career in music at a very young age and, happily, it was the Hammond organ that he chose as his main instrument. As a twelve-year-old, he approached Jimmy Smith for lessons and was soon swept-up into the heaviest of jazz organ scenes, making life-long friends with folks like Stevie Wonder and George Benson. Many wondered what became of Ronnie since his recording career seemed to slow-down and his live performances began to multiply in various incarnations around Las Vegas. This episode of my Doodlin' Lounge may answer some questions as to the meanderings of the great Ronnie Foster. Enjoy!Charles McNeal in the Doodlin' Lounge
September 22, 2015 10:48 AM PDT
Charles McNeal is an extraordinary saxophonist who spends most of his life honing his craft. If he isn't practicing for an up-coming gig, he's transcribing solos so that his students and players around the world can stay on top of their own playing. His devotion to this music and dedication to his instrument is unparalleled. I chose selections from various recordings in this episode to try and reveal a bit of Charles' musical spectrum. I hope you enjoy...
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