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Joey DeFrancesco - The Best Of Joey DeFrancesco (2014)

18-05-2014, 20:16
Music | Jazz

Joey DeFrancesco - The Best Of Joey DeFrancesco (2014)

Artist: Joey DeFrancesco
Title Of Album: The Best Of Joey DeFrancesco
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Jazz: Hammond Organ
Label: Silverwolf Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 54:45+52:33
Total Size: 247 Mb
Covers: Front

CD 1:
01. How Little We Know (3:08)
02. Twisted Blues (3:41)
03. Incognito (6:07)
04. Stop Leading Me On (3:18)
05. Black Nile (6:30)
06. The Street Of Dreams (3:49)
07. Puttin' On The Ritz (6:01)
08. Moanin' (5:41)
09. I Wish You Love (3:57)
10. A Real Goodun' (7:02)
11. What's New (5:26)

CD 2:
01. All Or Nothing At All (6:48)
02. I Concentrate On You (5:46)
03. Just Squeeze Me (6:28)
04. Yes Or No (5:12)
05. Young Love (8:36)
06. On The Street Where You Live (7:54)
07. I'm Confessin' (5:29)
08. Cobalt Blue (6:17)

Joey DeFrancesco comes from a musical family. His grandfather, Joseph DeFrancesco (his name sake), was a reed man who played with the Dorsey Brothers. And of course his father "Papa" John DeFrancesco is a fine jazz organist in his own right. At the age of 4 Joey began taking a strong interest in the organ. By the time he was five, he was playing Jimmy Smith solos verbatim. As the years went on his interest and love for the organ and music grew stronger. During his pre-teen years, his father would bring him to his own gigs and let him sit in. At 10 years of age he began to play in a band in Philadelphia, which featured legendary players Hank Mobley on tenor saxophone, and "Philly" Joe Jones on the drums. By the time Joey was16 he signed an exclusive recording contract with Columbia Records, releasing his first record "All Of Me" the following year. This record was single-handedly responsible for the great resurgence of the Hammond sound in popular music. At that time he was called on by Miles Davis to join his band, and toured all over Europe. From his stint with Miles, Joey began touring with his own quartet. By the time Joey was barely into his 20s, John McLaughlin called him along with drummer Dennis Chambers, to form the group the "Free Spirits". This band toured extensively for 4 years.

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singlemalt   User offline   20 May 2015 19:09

Thanks kamane, nice upload 1

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