Jared Gold | Reemergence

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by Jared Gold

Hammond B3 organist Jared Gold's Reemergence features a powerhouse lineup including Billy Hart on drums, Jeremy Pelt on trumpet, and Dave Stryker on guitar on this exploratory adventure of originals and reimagined standards through the eyes of Gold.
Genre: Jazz: Hammond Organ
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Reemergence
5:53 $0.99
2. It Ain't Necessarily So
5:27 $0.99
3. Looking for Another Pure Love
5:58 $0.99
4. She's Leaving Home
4:59 $0.99
5. One for John A
5:30 $0.99
6. How Long Has This Been Going On
6:25 $0.99
7. Blues Connotation
5:07 $0.99
8. Sweet Spirit
4:37 $0.99
9. Nomad
7:19 $0.99
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Jared Gold is one of the most harmonically creative and grooving of the new generation of organists working today. Although influenced by the greats of the past, Jared is taking the organ into the future with his own sound. With his latest project Reemergence, Jared returns with new compositions, ideas and arrangements since his last recording Metropolitan Rhythm for Posi-Tone Records three years ago. Joining Jared are drum legend Billy Hart, (who started with Jimmy Smith in the 60’s) guitarist Dave Stryker and trumpeter Jeremy Pelt. This is a working trio with many gigs under their belts, and the communication is strong. Adding Jeremy Pelt, one of the finest of the new trumpeters, was an inspiring choice.

Dave Stryker: “I first met Jared at Cecil’s Jazz Club in 2004, and having played with many of the great organists myself, I immediately heard that this was a young man who was already establishing his own original voice. He has been a member of my trio ever since.”

Born in Englewood, New Jersey on Feb. 27th, 1980, he attended William Paterson University studying piano before switching exclusively to organ. He is a big part of the New York scene and has worked with many of the greats including Oliver Lake and John Abercrombie. He has recorded 8 CDs as a leader, is a sidemen on many more and recently won Top Rising Star Organist in Downbeat magazine.

As always, Jared puts his own individual stamp on the music. His originals have unique harmonic twists and turns. Reemergence is a burning line that leads into a 14 bar blues form. “One for John A.” is dedicated to the late, great guitarist, whom Jared worked with for several years. Gold’s skills as an arranger are evident on his treatment of Stevie Wonder’s “Looking for Another True Love” (putting a classic groove on it that would make Jack McDuff proud) and the Beatles ballad “She’s Leaving Home”, along with the standards “It Ain’t Necessarily So”, and “How Long Has This Been Going On”. No organ trio record would be complete without a blues and Ornette Coleman’s “Blues Connotation” is a piece that Jared first played with Abercrombie. Jared’s church gigs inspired his gospel arrangement of “Sweet Sweet Spirit”, and he closes the set with “Nomad”, a Dave Stryker original Billy puts his inimitable signature on as he did on Stryker’s first record First Strike in 1988. On Reemergence Jared Gold shows once again why he is one of the new greats of the organ.



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