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  7. Yaremko relates that story in the introductory passage of his self-penned liner notes for CYO3, the debut recording from his organ trio. In that same introduction, he also praises organ-centric classics like Jimmy Smith 's Back At The Chicken Shack (Blue Note, ) and Larry Young 's Unity (Blue Note, ), citing both as major influences.
  8. Craig Yaremko CYO3 oa2 flute & alto flute) called this an “organ trio”, though Matt King’s organ work is absolutely fine, so I’m glad Craig did that! On the other hand, his reed & wind work is among the best I’ve heard (yet) in – just scope out the excellent “Blue Fontaine“ shows the tightness of the trio.
  9. Alto great Bobby Watson puts together a team of musicians Hermon Mehari/tp, Richard Johnson/p, Eric Kennedy/dr and Curtis Lundy/b along with cameo appearances by Horace Washington/fl and Karita Carter for 15 musical themes. The problem is not the music, but the poetry and spoken messages by Glenn North and Pamela Baskin-Watson. The tunes such as “Progress” and “Sweet Dreams” are.

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