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The Jazz Page raves up Jared Gold “JG3+3″…

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thejazzpage.com On his 7th release, Hammond B3 organist Jared Gold augments a core organ trio with a three piece brass section and the result is outstanding. JG3 + 3 sounds the way a big league jazz recording is supposed to sound. Joining Gold are Dave Stryker on guitar and Sylvia Cuenca on drums, along with Patrick Cornelius on alto sax, Jason Marshall on baritone sax and Tatum Greenblatt on ...Read More

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May 7th, 2014 at 11:58 pm

Midwest Record goes crazy for B3’s on Posi-Tone…

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midwestrecord.com POSI-TONE BRIAN CHARETTE/Square One: Been jonesing for some hard hitting jazz organ trio work that swings and doesn’t miss? This is the stuff where you can hear Larry Young as well as Jimmy Smith vibing in the background. Straight ahead but loaded with funk and grease, Charette pulls it together here quite masterfully setting the tone and setting the pace for a set that d ...Read More

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April 28th, 2014 at 4:44 pm

Dave Sumner covers the new “JG3+3” CD…

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http://www.birdistheworm.com Organist Jared Gold‘s newest album, JG3+3sees him adding a trumpet and two-sax attack to his normal organ-drums-guitar trio.  The resulting balancing act between the thick grooves and airy presence of the organ trio and the decisive vernacular and luxuriant heat of the wind instruments makes for a set of well-rounded tunes thick with sonic layers, yet still light ...Read More

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April 27th, 2014 at 3:07 pm

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More press for Jared Gold “JG3+3″…

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www.wonderingsound.com Jared Gold, JG3+3: Seriously enjoyable session from the organist. Utilizing a double sax line-up (of Patrick Cornelius and Jason Marshall on alto and baritone) and trumpeter Tatum Greenblatt, Gold nicely balances the organ-guitar-drums trio’s foggy atmosphere with some decisively pointed statements of melody from the wind instruments. Those strong melodies lead to some ni ...Read More

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April 26th, 2014 at 3:05 pm

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SomethingElse Reviews the new Jared Gold CD…

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http://somethingelsereviews.com/2014/03/27/jared-gold-jg-33-2014/ Sometimes, both quality and quantity is possible: Hammond B3 commander Jared Gold has been punctually making a record a year since 2008. It has become a ritual to break ‘em down here every year since 2010, and get delighted with the results each time. 2014′s entry is called JG 3+3, and as the title indicates, this is an expa ...Read More

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April 25th, 2014 at 2:52 pm

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Bop-n-Jazz reviews Jared Gold “JG3+3″…

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www.criticaljazz.com Posi-Tone Records would seem to have the market cornered on both saxophonists and organists with Jared Gold at the top of the list on the latter. The organ trio format gets a kick in the ass with the addition of a three person horn section and Gold’s best compositions thus far. Joining Jared we have improvisational guitar wizard in Dave Stryker and rock steady Sylvia Cu ...Read More

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April 24th, 2014 at 2:49 pm

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Dan Bilawsky reviews several new Posi-Tone Releases for AAJ…

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http://www.allaboutjazz.com Some labels release a few records a year; some put out a record every month or two; and then there are those, like the Los Angeles-based Posi-Tone Records, that prefer to push even more music through the pipeline. As 2014 came into being, Posi-Tone began an ambitious release schedule, putting out a new album every few weeks. Those who cover jazz and follow the scene int ...Read More

Here’s an amazing interview with alto saxophonist Patrick Cornelius….

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http://thejazzsession.com/2012/04/09/the-jazz-session-362-patrick-cornelius/ Saxophonist Patrick Cornelius’s latest CD is Maybe Steps (Posi-Tone, 2011). In this interview, Cornelius talks about the new record as a continuation of his previous full-band writing, after a break for his trio record; why it’s important to him to tell stories during his live performances; his time in the artist di ...Read More

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April 10th, 2012 at 6:34 am

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The JazzBreakfast on Kenny Shanker and Patrick Corneilus….

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thejazzbreakfast.com Kenny Shanker Steppin’ Up (PosiTone PR8087) Debut from alto saxophonist Shanker and a band of Art Hirahara or Mike Eckroth on piano, Lage Lund on guitar, Yoshi Waki on bass and Brian Fischler on drums. Shanker writes all the tunes with the exception of the closer, Lenny Bernstein’s Somewhere, and he has a nice full and fruity sound on alto. Born in California, and a studen ...Read More

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March 15th, 2012 at 8:44 am