Inspired by the impromptu recording style of many great jazz groups of the past, Adam presents a classic organ trio record of both original material and standards built on spontaneity, energy, and instinct. Recorded in just one afternoon, the three musicians of the trio who had never performed, or even rehearsed, together gathered in a studio just across the Hudson river from Manhattan and pressed record.
On the album Osmianski brings together some of todays finest jazz musicians who are particularly at home in the organ trio setting...
Pat Bianchi - named one of the top ten organists in jazz by Downbeat magazine - is arguably one of the most versatile B3 players on the jazz scene today. Serving as the regular organist with jazz legend Pat Martino, Bianchi has worked with other jazz greats such as Lou Donaldson, Ralph Peterson, Christian McBride, Eric Alexander, Peter Bernstein, and Ari Hoenig among many others.
Dan Wilson is a multifaceted young guitarist who grew up playing gospel music, spent time in Rio de Janeiro studying Brazilian music, and is now one of jazz’s hardest swinging guitarists as he tours and records with the legendary organist Joey DeFrancesco. Wilson has also shared the stage with Jimmy Cobb, Russell Malone, and Christian McBride.