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A new review for Jared Gold “Supersonic”…

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www.criticaljazz.com Any critic or as I prefer to call myself a “jazz advocate” that does not have or claim definitive favorites is simply playing fast and loose with the musical truth. The 2009 release Supersonic marks Jared Gold stepping out as a leader and this funk infused gem features guitarist Ed Cherry and one of the most underrated drummers around in McClenty Hunter. This is ...Read More

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May 31st, 2012 at 9:04 pm

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Glide Magazine reviews “Out With It” and “Supersonic”…

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www.glidemagazine.com Jared Gold/ Supersonic (Posi-Tone): Emphatically traditional, the keyboardist seems fiercely loyal to the sound of a guitar drums and Hammond B-3 organ trio as first conceived by Jimmy Smith. Yet Gold and company don’t sound static or academic anywhere on this CD, The Beatles: “In My Life” included. On the contrary, there’s a freshness in their playi ...Read More

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September 24th, 2010 at 11:04 am

Listener’s Notes – From the CD Stack: Gold, DPOQ….

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http://markehayes.blogspot.com/2010/08/listeners-notes-from-cd-stack-gold-dpoq.html Listener’s Notes – From the CD Stack: Gold, DPOQ by Mark E Hayes It’s time to pick my favorites from the stack of CD’s that’s been piling up over the summer.  Week-to-week, I receive an awful lot of music to review, so here’s the deal.  Any new release gets a quick hearing ...Read More

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August 6th, 2010 at 10:53 am

Jazz Journal Review of “Supersonic”

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April 2010 Jazz Journal 63 No. 4, Brian Morton It takes some moxie to start with a John Sebastian tune and then to programme something by Coldplay, who are to jazz favourites Radiohead what Dr Peppers is to moonshine whiskey, but Jared Gold is a confident young man and a thoroughly musical fellow who knows a strong melody when he hears it. The organist has been making a splash on the New York scen ...Read More

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April 1st, 2010 at 5:37 pm

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Bill Milkowski’s JazzTimes review of “Supersonic”….

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jazztimes.com Jared Gold Supersonic Posi-Tone By Bill Milkowski The ubiquitous NYC organist Jared Gold steps out as a leader and gets funky with guitarist Ed Cherry and drummer McClenty Hunter on this super-charged groove project. Highlights include a revved-up rendition of “Welcome Back” (theme song for the ’70s TV show Welcome Back, Kotter, rendered here as a James Brown-inspired t ...Read More

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March 21st, 2010 at 10:56 am

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Supersonic is the disc of the day at the jazz breakfast….

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http://thejazzbreakfast.wordpress.com/2010/01/12/disc-of-the-day-12-01-10/ Disc of the day: 12-01-10 Posted on 12 January 2010 by peterbacon Jared Gold: Supersonic (Posi-Tone Records) Ah, when you are looking for a solid-as-a-rock way of cheering yourself up, an organ trio can always be relied on. Jazz’s happy pills! This is a new one to me, but Jared Gold is a young Hammond B-3 man who cle ...Read More

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January 12th, 2010 at 10:58 am

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Zan Stewart reviews Jared Gold – Supersonic….

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www.nj.com Supersonic Jared Gold (Posi-Tone) Jersey-based organist Jared Gold’s new CD packs plenty of musical bounty. Teaming with guitarist Ed Cherry and drummer McClenty Hunter, Gold — happily, a disciple of groundbreaking Newark organist Larry Young — deftly balances his affinity for choice-noted lines delivered with no-nonsense swing and his ideas that lean a little forward, which open ...Read More

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December 3rd, 2009 at 10:44 am

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jazzweekly.com reviews for “Uptown” and “Supersonic”…

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www.jazzweekly.com Wayne Escoffery Uptown Posi-tone Records www.posi-tone.com Jared Gold Supersonic Posi-tone Records www.posi-tone.com By George W. Harris The studio used by Posi-tone must have some vintage Hammond B3 stuck in the corner, because it seems everything put out on this label has this great sounding organ lurking in the back or foreground. These two releases are no exception. Tom Harr ...Read More

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November 21st, 2009 at 10:50 am

Brad Walseth reviews “Supersonic”….

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www.jazzchicago.net Jared Gold – “Supersonic” (Posi-Tone) The B-3 is the thing here with very few frills. A primarily pretty traditional organ trio outing from Jared Gold, backed by guitarist Ed Cherry and drummer McClenty Hunter, “Supersonic” is an album with some solid playing and interesting song choices. John Sebastian’s TV theme “Welcome Back̶ ...Read More

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November 1st, 2009 at 11:02 am

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Chris May’s AAJ review for Jared Gold “Supersonic”…

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www.allaboutjazz.com The organ trio, back in the day at the sharp end of sonic technology—electric organs! electric guitars! special effects!—sounds in 2009 the most dated of hard bop retentions. Compare Jimmy Smith’s Blue Note collection,A New Sound – A New Star, recorded in 1956, with many new millennial outings in the style, and try to find any substantial differences. The bigg ...Read More

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October 28th, 2009 at 10:41 am

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