Goldings/Bernstein/Stewart – review | Music | The Guardian

Bernstein Goldings Stewart

Bernstein Goldings Stewart

Hammond-organ jazz trios aren’t supposed to sound tasteful – the default adjectives for this popular 1950s-minted lineup are soulful, sermonising, sweaty, maybe sexy. But though Boston organist Larry Goldings’s trio plays in a more restrained manner than those of such famous predecessors as Jimmy Smith, this widely admired soloist, composer and accompanist (Christina Aguilera, Tracy Chapman and Madeleine Peyroux have hired him) plays a subtler kind of Hammond jazz for a more eclectic musical era.

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