John Fremgen | If Not Now

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If Not Now

by John Fremgen

Rock influenced jazz. An eclectic blend of fusion, roots music and free jazz. Eight original compositions that utilize B3, dobro, Moog and a full horn section. A stunning arrangement of the Beatles "Dear Prudence" and a brooding solo bass version of Th
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Monday
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2. If Not Now
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3. Peace For My Sons(part II)
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4. I'd Rather Walk
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5. Roscoe's Graph
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6. Dear Prudence
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7. While The Cat's Away
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8. The Color Of Truth
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9. Behind Blue Eyes
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10. Droids
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Rock influenced jazz. An eclectic blend of fusion, roots music and free jazz. Eight original compositions that utilize B3, dobro, Moog and a full horn section. A stunning arrangement of the Beatles "Dear Prudence" and a brooding solo bass version of The Who's "Behind Blue Eyes". John lets his roots really show on this recording--covering musch of the music that has influenced him throughout his life. Some astounding solo moments featuring wild man guitarist Mitch Watkins, Jeff Hellmer on keyboards and dobro wizard Jeff Plankenhorn.


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Carl Amell

Herb jazz with cajones
Jam band banditos get the goods on this album.The flow is smooth and solid .Arrangements are original and played so naturally that musical rebates abound and there is enough rock to keep the jazz weeds from geeting out of hand.I say, Now-(not if)

Ken

Keep it coming! I want to hear more.
I was looking for something different from the mainstream jazz that you hear today. I stop listening to jazz on the radio because it became boring.....same silking, smooth jazz. I wanted to hear something new, something "raw". Something with imagination. I found it! Truly an original approach in the jazz genre. I like John's "Dear Prudence" better than the Beatle's version. And "Behind Blue Eyes" is awesome. Highly recommended to spice up your listening pleasure. I look forward to the next one.