Happy Birthday Joey DeFrancesco. ‘Organ Honor’

This day (April 10, 1971), in Springfield, Pennsylvania (USA), is born Joey DeFrancesco, an American jazz organist.

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Digest Tracklist :

One Hundred Ways (2018) . w/ George Benson – I’ll Drink To That . Auld Lang Syne (2015) . At long last love (2014) . David Sanborn & Joey Defrancesco – Let The Good Times Roll . Joey Defrancesco Trio @ Moody Jazz Cafè (2012) . Fly Me To The Moon . w/ Bobby Hutcherson – Just Friends, Salzau 2007 . Pat Martino Trio – These Are Soulful Days [2002] . w/ Lonnie Smith (2006) . w/ Pat Martino (2001) . Jazz Festival Bern 1999 . w/ John Stipe, Elvin Jones -Jazz A Juan, 1996. .

TOP 10

Joey DeFrancesco Top 10 :

Fly Me To The Moon . Speak Softly Love . Volare . Evidence . Young At Heart . All The Way . Goodfellas . Moanin’ . What’s New . Jammin’ In The Basement .

MORE VIDEOS

[1988] Miles Davis with Kenny Garrett (as), Benny Rietveld (b), Foley (g), Ricky Wellman (d), Adam Holzman & Joey DeFrancesco (kb) and Marilyn Mazur (perc) perform two sets at the Sala Kongresowa in Warsaw, Poland for the Jazz Jamboree >> 53 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1999] Jimmy Smith and Joey DeFrancesco close the 4th Hammond B3 Summit in San Francisco. >> 6 MINUTES on RVM >>

[2013] WXXI airs the Joey DeFrancesco concert taped at the 2014 Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival >> 9 MINUTES on RVM >>

[2017] Van Morrison & Joey DeFrancesco will certainly play large parts of their brand new album You’re Driving Me Crazy at San Francisco Jazz Center in San Francisco >> 92 MINUTES on RVM >>

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Wikipedia : This day (April 10, 1971), in Springfield, Pennsylvania (USA), is born Joey DeFrancesco, an American jazz organist.

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@ allmusic : The music of Joey DeFrancesco — an important force in the revival of the Hammond B-3 organ as a jazz instrument — runs the gamut from soul-jazz and bluesy grooves à la Jimmy Smith to hard bop to the more advanced modal style of Coltrane disciple Larry Young.

@last.fm : DeFrancesco listened and learned from the B3 masters, especially Jimmy Smith, to whom he pays homage in his 1999 High Note release, The Champ. In 2000 he recorded the album Incredible! with Smith.

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