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martes, 14 de junio de 2016

Pat Bianchi • 3osity


Preeminent Organist, Pat Bianchi, is arguably one of the most versatile B3 player's on the jazz scene today. He actively plays and tours in contexts spanning from traditional organ trios, to progressive ensembles to fusion groups. Currently, Bianchi is an active member of the Pat Martino Trio, the Tim Warfield Quartet, Chuck Loeb’s Plain and Simple Band (Guitarist with Fourplay) and frequently plays with Lou Donaldson. Regarding this Pat says, “Working with such a variety of bands has been such an education for me. I’ve learned to switch gears on a nightly basis and have worked hard to develop the right sound and feel for every situation that I play. Connecting with and supporting the leader, while maintaining my sound, is the most important thing to me.”
Bianchi is a dominant force on the Hammond Organ and his current trio includes Byron Landham (drums) and Mark Whitfield (guitar). “This band is incredible. I was very fortunate to have them on my first recording East Coast Roots, and quickly learned that once I step on the bandstand with them, I’m in for an amazing musical experience. It’s always rhythmically explosive and full of harmonic twists and turns. We never know where a tune will go yet it is always swingin. Bianchi also features other great musicians in his trio including Tim Warfield, Carmen Intorre Jr. and Craig Ebner.
Complete Bio ...





1.Inception (6:12)
2.Wind Cries Mary (6:13)
3.The Whole Thing (4:50)
4.Scufflin' (3:44)
5.Dienda (5:07)
6.Una Mas (4:50)
7.This Could Be The Stars Of Something Big (6:04)
8.Off Shore (6:51)
9.Second String (6:33)
10.Snow Interlude(Quiet After The Storm) (5:50)
11.Trinkle Tinkle (6:20)

Recording Info: Mile High Music Inc.,Wheatridge,CO.07/05/2005

Pat Bianchi-Hammond B-3 organ
Dave Corbus-guitar
Todd Reid-drums


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2 comentarios:

  1. I saw Pat play many times when i was in Denver -- he rules. Sincere thanks from Delray Beach, Florida for all the great posts.

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