Downbeat Review "Sizzling" !
We got a great review in the "Downbeat" July 2014 !
Here it is!
"From Germany comes a grooving trio molded in the classic HammondB-3 /Guitar / Drums format. While the band´s previous disc honored the deep, bluesy swinging mode of it´s heritage, this latest outing expands the groove palette, mixing an extra dose of funk with Latin touches, all slyly mixed within a framework of daunting odd meters. Avoiding fusion bookishness, the trio keeps the good grit intact. Organist Jermaine Landsberger wields serious chops and encapsulates his instrument´s history. Christoph Huber´s cracking drumming keeps the energy to the edge and smoothly oils the odd meters while guitarist Paulo Morello is a seamless keyboard complement woh percolates every solo. Star guests include trumpeter Randy Brecker, saxophonist Bob Mintzer and Hungarian tenor notable Tony Lakatos, who all throw heated solos on the skillet. Sizzling ! "
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Hammond Eggs "Back in the Pan" – This album features Jermaine Landsberger, Paul Morello and Christoph Huber on a special mission to revive the distinctive sound of the legendary Hammond-B3 plus guitar.
- 06.10.2014 - Hammond Eggs with Randy Brecker - Freiburg
- 07.10.2014 - Hammond Eggs with Randy Brecker - Kassel/Theaterstübchen
- 08.10.2014 - Hammond Eggs with Randy Brecker - München/Unterfahrt
- 09.10.2014 - Hammond Eggs with Randy Brecker - Stuttgart/Bix
- 10.10.2014 - Hammond Eggs with Peter Weniger & Randy Brecker - Feldafing/Jazz am See
- 16.10.2014 - Hammond Eggs with Tony Lakatos - Saarbrücken/Jazzfestival
- 30.10.2014 - Hammond Eggs with Bob Mintzer - Regensburg/Leerer Beutel
- 31.10.2014 - Hammond Eggs with Bob Mintzer - Augsburg / Augustanasaal
- 02.11.2014 - Hammond Eggs with Bob Mintzer - München/Bayerischer Hof
- 03.11.2014 - Hammond Eggs with Bob Mintzer - Klagenfurt / Jazzclub
- 04.11.2014 - Hammond Eggs with Bob Mintzer - Graz / WIST
- 26.11.2014 - Hammond Eggs Trio - Le Pirat/Rosenheim
For this new production, the three musicians expanded the rhythms of their musical language, incorporating jazz- rock and funk. While, on their first album, they presented modern, swinging Hammond jazz, here they are juggling with odd and straight meters (“Back In The Pan”) and are overlapping rhythms deriving from encounters with jazz improvisation and the funky rhythmic intensity of hot rock.