Hammond B3 expert Jared Gold’s work as a sideman has been nothing short of sensational, and that streak continues on saxman Ralph Bowen’s upcoming release “Total Eclipse.” (More on that one in a future episode.) Gold’s own efforts as a leader, however, have been less than stellar. Thankfully, “Golden Child” breaks that streak, as all the fun and soul Gold brought to his support gigs finally made it to one of his own sessions. Sam Cooke’s “A Change is Gonna Come” gets an almost-complete reboot, maintaining the gospel feel of the original but adding a dancing attitude that celebrates that change, not mourns it. Gold’s jazzed-out take on Jimmy Webb’s “Wichita Linemen” is as far from Glen Campbell as you can get, and Duke Ellington’s “In a Sentimental Mood” has a sexy element Ellington’s original never had. Ed Cherry’sguitar is both elegant and sassy, bridging the gap between jazz and R&B, and drummer Quincy Daviscontinues to be the steady-Eddie of Posi-Tone’s stable, providing an inventive solo voice when necessary and solid support for all occasions. Put this one on the “Party Music” list for this summer’s deck-party schedule.