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Jared Gold “Metropolitan Rhythm” reviewed at AAJ…

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        allaboutjazz.com Jared Gold remains one of the most dependably creative artists in the Posi-Tone stable. He’s delivered an album a year for that label since arriving with Solids & Stripes (Posi-Tone, 2008), a date that, in many respects, set the tone for the other trio and quartet sessions that would follow. Here, on his eighth release for that imprint, Gol ...Read More

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June 17th, 2015 at 7:01 pm

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Jared Gold ” Metropolitan Rhythm” gets coverage from Step Tempest…

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        steptempest.blogspot.com It’s back to the Trio format for the new CD from organistJared Gold.  “Metropolitan Rhythm” is the 8th release on Posi-Tone Records and the 4th to feature guitarist Dave Stryker. Filling out the rhythm section is the young drummerKush Abadey (known for his work with trumpeter Wallace Roney and the son of drummer/composer/e ...Read More

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June 17th, 2015 at 7:55 am

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Jared Gold gets reviewed by French Magazine “Culture Jazz”

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www.culturejazz.fr Jared GOLD "Metropolitan Rhythm" PosiTone Records The organist Jared Gold "B3" is one of the regulars Californian label Posi-Tone. We were able to present their work repeatedly in settings that differ but which are still referred to some "jazz tradition" of the Hammond organ. This time, he returned to the formula of the trio with guitarist Dave Stryker and drum ...Read More

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May 12th, 2015 at 9:31 pm

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Jared Gold “Metropolitan Rhythm” gets Dusted in Exile…

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dustedmagazine.tumblr.com Jared Gold – Metropolitan Rhythm (Positone) Blessed with a surname suited to the effortless production of album title puns, organist Jared Gold is admirably no-nonsense when it comes to his music. Golden Child, his fifth recording for the Positone label, remains an outlier with his other projects reflecting resilience in refraining from caving to comedic temptation ...Read More

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May 11th, 2015 at 9:30 pm

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Midwest Record gets in the first word on Jared Gold “Metropolitan Rhythm”…

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midwestrecord.com JARED GOLD/Metropolitan Rhythm:  This B3 ace continues to be the backbone of the label as he delivers his 8th for them without a false note in the bunch yet.  With Dave Stryker’s guitar backing him up, Gold continues to show he can do no wrong no matter how far a field he let’s his organ wander.  Easy going, fun to hear stuff that just doesn’t wear out it’s welcome.  ...Read More

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April 22nd, 2015 at 12:03 pm

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Here are some French Reviews for several of our 2014 releases…

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www.culturejazz.fr DISCLAIMER: ALL TRANSLATIONS BY GOOGLE               Steve DAVIS : “For Real” Le tromboniste Steve Davis (né en 1967 aux USA) reste très attaché aux émanations du be-bop. Dans ce nouvel album il s’exprime avec verve et générosité sur ses propres compositions, essentiellement. Remarquablement entouré, il laisse de l’e ...Read More

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June 18th, 2014 at 11:08 am

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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