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Barbara Dennerlein has 75-and-a-half minutes to indulge her eclectic tastes on her third Verve outing, Outhipped, and she uses them. Working with ensembles numbering as many as nine sidemen, she embarks on such ambitious efforts as the nine-minute "Mabuse," a five-section reflection on director Fritz Lang's 1922 silent film epic Dr. Mabuse. The ten-and-a-half-minute funk workout "In the Mud" leaves considerable space for the horn section to shine. Trumpeter Darren Barrett and saxophone player Craig Handy are also heard extensively in the quintet arrangements of the boppish "Black and White" and "Farewell to Old Friends." And there is a version of the Rolling Stones' "Satisfaction" that sounds like what it might have become in the hands of the Meters, beginning with a second-line New Orleans R&B before becoming another funk number. Dennerlein, who wrote all the other numbers, is often content to comp behind her sidemen, though she does come out and play fluidly on her Hammond B3 organ in a style that emphasizes the instrument's rhythmic possibilities. Outhipped is the music of a composer/performer who has a wide knowledge of musical styles, and wants to play at least a little bit of all of them.

Biography

Born: 25 September 1964 in Munich, Germany

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Barbara Dennerlein differs from most organists by not sounding all that much like Jimmy Smith. She utilizes MIDI with her organ in order to get a different sound and her baselines (which she operates through her foot pedals) really do sound like a bass. Dennerlein began playing organ at 11 and four years later was already gigging in local clubs. She recorded on her own Bebap label and since 1988...
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  • 10,99 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Music, Hard Bop
  • Released: 01 January 1999

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