Twist And Shout

The Jazz Orchestra of the Concert-gebouw, the JOC, is used to working with famous soloists originating from different directions in the industry. These soloists bring their own repertoire that is arranged, prepped and performed in no time. In 2010, on a Thursday night in February, a unique concert took place in the Amsterdamse Bimhuis with living legend Dr. Lonnie Smith. The JOC brilliantly knows what to do to blend with the soloist's timbres. They glow with intensity, sparkle and fire, and manage to add to the extremes of expression that can be produced by the Hammond organ. This release contains both whispering vibrato and dreamy tone language, as well as roaring, orchestral violence.
The Jazz Orchestra of the Concert-gebouw, the JOC, is used to working with famous soloists originating from different directions in the industry. These soloists bring their own repertoire that is arranged, prepped and performed in no time. In 2010, on a Thursday night in February, a unique concert took place in the Amsterdamse Bimhuis with living legend Dr. Lonnie Smith. The JOC brilliantly knows what to do to blend with the soloist's timbres. They glow with intensity, sparkle and fire, and manage to add to the extremes of expression that can be produced by the Hammond organ. This release contains both whispering vibrato and dreamy tone language, as well as roaring, orchestral violence.
608917471328
Jazz Orchestra of the Concertgebouw - Didn't Know What Time It Was

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Format: CD
Label: JZOC
Rel. Date: 11/16/2018
UPC: 608917471328

Didn't Know What Time It Was
Artist: Jazz Orchestra of the Concertgebouw
Format: CD
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The Jazz Orchestra of the Concert-gebouw, the JOC, is used to working with famous soloists originating from different directions in the industry. These soloists bring their own repertoire that is arranged, prepped and performed in no time. In 2010, on a Thursday night in February, a unique concert took place in the Amsterdamse Bimhuis with living legend Dr. Lonnie Smith. The JOC brilliantly knows what to do to blend with the soloist's timbres. They glow with intensity, sparkle and fire, and manage to add to the extremes of expression that can be produced by the Hammond organ. This release contains both whispering vibrato and dreamy tone language, as well as roaring, orchestral violence.
        
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