1949-1962 2 CD
CD 1 The WDR Recordings CD 2 The SWR Recordings
Sonate pour violon n°1, D.384 Sonate pour violon n°2, D.384, D.385...
6 Fantasias du Libro Secondo, FbWV 201-6 Fantasia, FbWV207 Fantaisie...
Quintette Quatuors n°1 & 2 (3 Portraits) Behn Quartet Timothée...
Justin Badgerow, piano
Closer to the truth
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Let's Get Started • Jive Samba • Blues March • You Don't Know What Love Is • Codes • King of Leonne • 1-2-3 • Jive Samba Reprise • Soul Shadows • Lullaby of Birdland • That's All
Caesar Frazier - Hammond B-3 Organ
Lyle Link - tenor saxophone • Jacques Lesure – guitar • Leo Joyce, Jr. – drums
Caesar Frazier is a true Keeper of the B-3 Grail, assuming the mantle of the great organists such as Jimmy Smith, Jacky Davis and Brother Jack McDuff and building upon their legacy to become one of today’s finest exponents of the instrument. From his years with Lou Donaldson through the time he spent touring with Marvin Gaye, Frazier developed his own unique soulful style not just as an instrumentalist but as a composer as well. His new recording on Savant features the organist in a quartet setting with a hand-picked group of the West Coast’s busiest jazzerspielers. Original tunes from Frazier’s oeuvre rub elbows with jazz standards such as Nat Adderley’s “Jive Samba” and Benny Golson’s classic “Blues March.” A great Savant debut from an undisputed master of the Hammond B-3; one certainly worthy of carrying on the grand tradition of the instrument.