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Brain Charette & Yotam Silberstein

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Audiophile Audition Reviews “Good Tipper”…

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        audaud.com Brian Charette – Good Tipper – Posi-Tone PR8128, 58:23 ****: (Brian Charette – B-3 organ; Avi Rothbard – guitar; Jordan Young – drums; Yotam Silberstein –  guitar (2, 4, 7, 9); Mark Ferber – drums (2, 4, 7, 9); Joe Sucato – saxophone (10)) Brian Charette is one of the rising Hammond B-3 jazz stars. He is in demand as a sideman, and has worke ...Read More

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December 3rd, 2014 at 10:21 pm

Brian Charette’s “Good Tipper” gets covered by Dusted in Exile….

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        dustedmagazine.com Brian Charette – Good Tipper (Positone) Organist Brian Charette keeps the schedule of a shark, always on the move and making things happen. Any lapse in activity and he starts to get bored. The once-a-year release schedule of his old label Steeplechase couldn’t keep pace with his output, a quandary that facilitated a switch to Brooklyn-based Pos ...Read More

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November 3rd, 2014 at 10:25 pm

SomethingElse Reviews Brian Charette “Good Tipper’…

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          SomethingElseReviews.com Barely six months after issuing his for album for Posi-Tone Records, B3 maestro Brian Charette returns with Good Tipper, another small-combo excursion expected out October 7, 2014 from Posi-Tone Records. Returning with Yotam Silberstein (guitar) and Mark Ferber (drums) for four tracks, Charette works with another guitar/drums combo o ...Read More

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October 26th, 2014 at 3:48 pm

Bop n Jazz writes up Brian Charette “Good Tipper”…

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Brian Charette Good Tipper Posi-Tone 2014 Bop ‘n Jazz Brian Charette’s great year ends on a high note with Good Tipper! Insanely good! There are a lot of fine organ players working the scene, Brian Charette is simply one of the best. Charette’s sophomore release for Posi-Tone is a hard hitting effort that is as soulful and it is soul filled! Two rhythms sections fill out ...Read More

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October 25th, 2014 at 6:40 am

All About Jazz reviews Brian Charette “Good Tipper”…

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            AAJ.com Nine of the eleven tracks on organist Brian Charette’s Square One (Posi-Tone, 2014) were originals, but that doesn’t mean he’s uninterested in tackling the music of others. In fact, judging by this album, it would seem that he really digs digging into covers. Everybody from film score icon John Barry to tunesmith Jimmy Webb to ...Read More

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October 24th, 2014 at 8:02 am

Lucid Culture covers Brian Charette “Square One”

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        lucidculture.com Trying to Keep Up with Organ Individualist Brian Charette by delarue Brian Charette is one of the world’s most interesting and distinctive voices on the organ. Classically trained, he’s made his name in jazz although his music is just as informed by classic 60s soul, funk and even reggae. He tours constantly and writes prolifically, and he’s ...Read More

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October 8th, 2014 at 10:15 pm

David Orthmann reviews Walt Weiskopf “Overdrive”…

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www.allaboutjazz.com           Here’s a proposition for anyone who is about to plunk down their hard earned dollars on Steely Dan’s Jamalot Ever After Tour. For a mere fraction of the cost of a ticket you can invest in a copy ofOverdrive, the recently released set of original music byWalt Weiskopf, the band’s longtime tenor saxophonist. A viable altern ...Read More

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July 13th, 2014 at 7:58 am

More All About Jazz coverage for Walt Weiskopf “Overdrive”…

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www.allaboutjazz.com   Walt Weiskopf: Overdrive (2014) By C. ANDREW HOVAN, Published: July 12, 2014 | 438 views Since making his first two records on the independent Iris label back in the early ’90s, Walt Weiskopf has staked a claim as one of the most advanced and iconic tenor saxophonists in jazz. However, even as he went on to record one great record after another for Criss Cr ...Read More

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July 12th, 2014 at 8:05 am