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Melvin Rhyne Trio - Mel's Spell (1995)

6-06-2015, 23:28
Music | Jazz

Melvin Rhyne Trio - Mel's Spell (1995)

Artist: Melvin Rhyne Trio
Title Of Album: Mel's Spell
Year Of Release: 1995
Genre: Jazz: Hammond Organ
Label: Criss Cross Jazz
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 58:19
Total Size: 136 MB
Covers: Front

01. Billy's Bounce ( 5:23)
02. Hi-Heel Sneakers ( 7:14)
03. Stranger In Paradise ( 4:30)
04. Teach Me A Song ( 5:12)
05. Fried Pies (10:41)
06. Sunset Eyes ( 6:05)
07. Sweet Slumber ( 4:46)
08. Here's That Rainy Day ( 5:46)
09. Like Yea ( 5:50)
10. This Love Of Mine ( 2:48)

Melvin Rhyne (Organ)
Peter Bernstein (Guitar)
Kenny Washington (Drums)
Daniel G. Sadownick (Percussion)

Melvin Rhyne was born in Indianapolis in 1936 and started playing the piano shortly thereafter. At 19 years old, Rhyne started playing piano with then-unknown tenor saxophonist Rahsaan Roland Kirk but quickly switched over to the instrument that would make him famous: the Hammond B3 organ. Rhyne's piano skills translated to the organ fluently and before long he was backing famous blues players like B.B. King and T-Bone Walker. In 1959 he was asked to join fellow Indianapolis musician Wes Montgomery's newly formed trio.

Rhyne then moved to Wisconsin and largely kept to himself for the next two decades. In 1991, however, Rhyne returned to the jazz scene, playing on Herb Ellis' album Roll Call, Brian Lynch's At the Main Event, and his own comeback The Legend. Rhyne continued to be prolific in the years to come, releasing eight more solo albums on the Criss Cross jazz label. Rhyne also recorded with The Mark Ladley Trio for the 1992 release, Strictly Business and the 1994 release, Evidence. Both landed in the Jazz Charts at CMJ New Music Report and The Gavin Report. The group also appeared on a Jazziz Magazine sampler disc during that time.[8] Altenburgh Records posthumously released, Final Call in 2013 by the same group.

In 2008 Rhyne teamed up with fellow Indianapolis jazz musician Rob Dixon to form the Dixon-Rhyne Project, a boundary-pushing jazz quartet that also includes Chicago guitarist Fareed Haque and drummer Kenny Phelps. The quartet released the album Reinvention in 2008 on Indianapolis jazz label Owl Studios. Rhyne's later career trio included drummer Kenny Washington and guitarist Peter Bernstein in the same organ, guitar, drum formation of the original Wes Montgomery Trio.

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