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by Ken Clark Organ Trio

Modern organ trio at it's best. Funky contemporary grooves mixed with traditional organ jazz and vocal r&b.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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1. Goodbye Mr. Smith
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2. 2 Young
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3. Ella in the Belly
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4. Unconditional Groove
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5. Lovelocks
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6. Naima's Knee
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7. The Rhapsody I Hear
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Album Notes
This is the 4th Ken Clark Organ Trio cd. They have been performing around New England and the eastern U.S. for
the past 15 years.

"Organist Ken Clark, guitarist Mike Mele, and drummer Steve Chaggaris lean on the beat, (high stepping funk, shuffle boogaloo back beat ballad), build dynamic climaxes sprinkle in jazz solos and deliver the goods. Clark controls the B3 like a master: hip bass lines, sizzling chordal washes, feel-good riffs, funky blues lines and syncopated accents figure in the mix. The groove, the sonic power of the organ and a soulful message are a forceful combination for reaching the people, all the way from the church to the dance floor. Can't beat the feeling."---Owen Cordle, Jazz Times

"You might be skeptical about listening to the a CD without a bass player, but from the opening bars of the first track, school is in session! Organist Ken Clark has a punchy, thick bass tone that rivals Rocco's, and he grooves like a funky S.O.B. His right hand is pretty happening, too. A must hear for fans of jazzy, funky groove music."-----Bass Player Magazine

Ken Clark has toured and recorded with Bernard Purdie, Melvin Sparks and David "Fathead" Newman among others



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