jueves, 20 de agosto de 2015

Charlie Dennard New CD "5 O'Clock Charlie" and Live Appearance @ Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro 08/25/2015

Charlie Dennard
New CD
"5 O'Clock Charlie"
and Live Appearance
Tuesday, August 25th
Shows 8 & 10 pm
@ Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro
626 Frenchmen St
New Orleans, LA 70116 
(504) 949-0696
Charlie Dennard - organ
Doug Belote - drums
Brian Seeger - guitar

Tickets & Info

Artist Website: www.charliedennard.com 
UPC Code: 888295283939

Track listing 
1. Grant’s Pants 6:06 
2. Booby Trap 5:07 
3. Back In the Day 5:51 
4. Let’s Go 6:14 
5. O’Clock Blues 4:48 
6. French Lick 6:03 
7. Hunch 7:01 
8. Blues By Five 5:44 
9. Carrot Cake 6:48
10. Suicide Is Painless (M.A.S.H. Theme) 3:38 

Production and Arrangements: Charlie Dennard
Recorded and Mixed: Word Of Mouth Studios, New Orleans, LA by Tim Stambaugh March-May 2015

Musicians: Charlie Dennard-Hammond organ, Fender Rhodes; Todd Duke-guitar; Doug Belote & Geoff Clapp-drums

To follow up on his stunning debut album – the heavily acclaimed From Brazil to New Orleans – the remarkable keyboardist/composer Charlie Dennard has taken a full 180-degree turn with his new album, 5-O’Clock Charlie. Where his first album created a wide angle landscape of cinematic proportion with 20 musicians from all over the world, 5-O’Clock Charlie is a stripped-down and sharply concentrated offering that features his extraordinary organ trio. The results are equally brilliant and utterly joyful.
One thing that is common to both albums is the longstanding “gumbo” approach of New Orleans, Charlie’s adopted hometown. He assembles a wide array of ingredients to blend together into the large saucepot of his musical imagination, layered with loving care and balanced perfectly for a synergy of flavors that are a delight to the palette and continue to resound even after the meal is finished. 
The theme song from the classic TV series M*A*S*H is a somewhat unexpected item that plays on a bit of insider whimsy. 5 O’Clock Charlie was an episode of that series about an enemy bomber pilot who provided daily entertainment with his totally inept 5pm bombing runs on the camp. But unlike those efforts, this 5 O’Clock Charlie hits its target dead on bullseye from start to finish.

 Media Contact
Jim Eigo



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