DARREN HEINRICH TRIO | The Jimmy Smith / Larry Young Project LIVE

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The Jimmy Smith / Larry Young Project LIVE


Hammond Organ Jazz Trio playing modern mainstream organ trio style with a strong groove.
Genre: Jazz: Hammond Organ
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Night in Tunisia
8:38 album only
2. Luny Tune
7:33 album only
3. Roadsong (O.G.D)
6:21 album only
4. When Johnny Comes Marching Home
6:31 album only
5. Zoltan
7:46 album only
6. The Buckeye Blues
7:31 album only
7. Ritha
8:07 album only


Album Notes
Leading Sydney jazz organist Darren Heinrich, together with regular band mates Steve Brien (guitar) and Andrew Dickeson (drums), perform some rare and classic repertoire with great interaction and groove. This energetic concert, recorded in the intimate Music Cafe at Sydney Conservatorium, presents the trio performing the music of two trailblazing organists - Jimmy Smith and Larry Young. Highlights include Smith’s fingerbusting arrangement of “A Night in Tunisia” and Young’s quirky “Luny Tune.” A must have for fans of the Hammond Organ and \"O.G.D\" - “ Organ/Guitar/Drums.



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Review from the Sydney Morning Herald - Metro Section
Those who really master the organ have a sonic world at their fingertips. There's a fatness that an electronic keyboard can't attain and a vast palette of sounds. Sydney organist Darren Heinrich fully exploits the possibilities in his swinging tributes to two previous legends on the instrument, Jimmy Smith and Larry Young. His sinuous rivers of sound almost make you want to jump in, while guitarist Steve Brien and drummer Andrew Dickeson deepen the main channel.

John Shand

reposted from the Sydney Morning Herald - Metro
12th Dec 2008

reposted from "Jazz Organ Today" in Germany's "Keyboard" Magazine.
“From far away from our own Horizons, we catch a glimpse of an artist in a class of his own, one whose ancestry obviously stems from our own realms, Darren Heinrich, a living Sydney [Australia] Jazz-Organist.. His big role models are Jimmy Smith and Larry Young, who stylistically don’t fit together well at all.

Darren however is able to combine these very different characters musically and [at the same time] pay tribute to them. On the one CD, recorded live in the Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, the organist traces the music of both of his great role-models.

He presents well known titles which were interpreted by Jimmy Smith or Larry Young like e.g. A Night in Tunesia (JS) or Zolton (LY).

[But] In doing so, he sets his own course, which sympathetically distinguishes his own playing. WELL DONE. “

Jürgen Wolf