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  • An MVD Exclusive
  • Format: CD
  • SKU: ZM201801
  • UPC: 880956180120
  • Street Date: 02/09/18
  • PreBook Date: 01/05/18
  • Label: Zoho »
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Run Time: 64 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Year of Production: 2017
  • Box Lot: 30
  • Territory: WORLD
  • Language: English


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Hart, Scone & Albin - Leading The British Invasion

Stunning jazz renditions of British mega hits Royals, Rehab and Rolling in the Deep in guitar/organ trio format!

Hart, Scone & Albin - Leading The British Invasion
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Rehab - the 2006 Amy Winehouse hit with a street beat from Rudy reminiscent of some of the great collaborations between Grant Green and Big John Patton. It's a 16-bar blues. Don't Start Lyin To Me Now - From neo soul star Joss Stone, we keep it close to the 2011 original and use it for some good old-fashioned garage band jamming. The Look of Love - The ubiquitous Burt Bacharach/Hal David hit, covered by countless pop singers and jazz musicians. Dusty Springfield had a hit in 1967 with it. We keep it as a jazz bossa but reinvent the harmony in an exotic fashion. Smooth Operator - The 1984 Sade hit, we've all played it many times but never like this! A rockin' shuffle. Royals - This song was a Grammy winner and a major hit on Lorde's 2013 debut album. For the trio I had the idea that we would go a little heavier with our interpretation. From there it took on a life of its own. Turning Tables - A beautiful Adele song off her 2011 release 21, we interpret it as a jazz waltz with a nod to Larry Young and Elvin Jones and echoes of the great Coltrane Quartet. Rolling in the Deep - Adele has such a huge presence in her sound and we thought the best way to do justice to that would be to go full Band of Gypsies on this song, originally released also in 2011 on 21. I Only Want To Be With You - Dusty Springfield had a hit in 1963 with this light and infectious melody. We swing it in the tradition of the Great American Songbook. Blues For The U.K. - A little shout-out to our friends across the pond. Organ trio blues, what else can I say. Body And Soul - Amy Winehouse had a tragic life and this posthumously released duet with Tony Bennett in 2011 shows a side of her seldom heard. We adapted the beautiful orchestral arrangement for trio and present as such. Back To Black - The title tune from Ms. Winehouse's Grammy winning 2007 album. As Rudy would say, we ham hock it in the great tradition of the organ hits of bygone days. John Hart

Track Listing

  • Rehab
  • Don't Start Lyin' To Me Now
  • The Look of Love
  • Smooth Operator
  • Royals
  • Turning Tables
  • Rolling in the Deep
  • I Only Want To Be With You
  • Blues for the U.K.
  • Body and Soul
  • Back to Black

Press Quotes

This time, though, instead of shaggy-haired boys from Great Britain leading the charge like in the 60s, it s the songs of such females as Amy Winehouse (''Rehab'' and ''Back To Black''), Adele (''Turning Tables'' and ''Rolling In The Deep''), plus Joss Stone, Dusty Springfield and Sade. It all makes for some funky listenin as Adam Scone plays the Hammond-B3 organ atop guitarist John Hart and drummer Rudy Albin. The sound is very reminiscent of the bands of jazz organ pioneer Brother Jack McDuff [1926-2001] with whom Hart and Albin worked. Slick, cool, and totally bad-ass, the tracks slyly unveil well-worn melodies in different contexts, be they samba, soul, swing or post-bop. The result is totally delightful!

     — Mike Greenblatt, Goldmine Magazine


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