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Pat Bianchi Trio | A Higher Standard

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A Higher Standard

by Pat Bianchi Trio

The time honored legacy of jazz is to look upon its heritage to build its future. The remarkable organist Pat Bianchi is totally dedicated to that tradition, and in full evidence on his extraordinary new CD, A Higher Standard.
Genre: Jazz: Hammond Organ
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1. With Out A Song
Pat Bianchi
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2. Blue Silver
Pat Bianchi
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3. So Many Stars
Pat Bianchi
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4. Will Of Landham
Pat Bianchi
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5. Some Other Time
Pat Bianchi
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6. Bohemia After Dark
Pat Bianchi
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7. Very Early
Pat Bianchi
6:29 $0.99
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8. Satellite
Pat Bianchi
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9. Blues Minus One
Pat Bianchi
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10. From The Bottom Of My Heart
Pat Bianchi
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
With his outstanding arrangements and the shared commitment of the other members of his trio – guitarist Craig Ebner and longtime associate Byron Landham on drums – Pat delivers a scintillating and captivating set of 10 sonic landscapes that defy what might be expected from an organ trio. Building upon Larry Young’s liberation of the instrument from its previous confines, Pat combines fiery adventurousness with a highly lyrical imagination – equally at play on beautiful ballads and blazing drivers… and everything in between. Block chords, smears, single note runs that rival the powerhouse energy of Cecil Taylor, and shimmering musicality are all woven together seamlessly to tell his stimulating stories, but never losing sight of the sense of swing and celebration that keeps the music focused on the audience’s enjoyment.
Pat’s virtuosity is met head-on by his colleagues, with the fluid and spirited playing of Ebner flawless in both his soloing and support; and Landham always vigorously exhilarating and vividly inventive. Together they create a synergy and unity of intent that makes every piece a fully realized and perfectly delineated sculpture of sound.

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