11 Songs, 1 Hour 19 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Glorious gospel and jazz the way it was meant to be played live—on the Hammond B-3.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Glorious gospel and jazz the way it was meant to be played live—on the Hammond B-3.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5

44 Ratings

44 Ratings

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Muzic4ever20355

Cory Henry is by far one of the best musicians in the world. First steps was amazing. This I'm sure will be a masterpiece. Blessings to u bro!
Marcus Stanley

Very Well!!

Abram Shaffer

Just came out this morning! I like everything about the album. We jazzy and dope!! Such as genius

Soulful, inspirational, jazzy, amazing

college professor

Love this new record by Cory. His B3 playing is consistently amazing (as is his Rhodes & synth playing). Here, he plays some of the most soulful gospel and jazz you’ll ever hear. He’s dynamic, restrained, and then he explodes with exciting riffs and runs. Every track on this recording is a pleasure. One of my favorite records in recent years. If you get a chance to see him live, on his own or with Snarky Puppy, please do so, you’re in for a treat, he is AMAZING live. Cory is one of a few artists that making jazz, soul-jazz, and gospel jazz new and fresh again. Thank you Cory!!!

About Cory Henry

One of the finest Hammond B-3 organ players of his generation, Cory Henry was a child prodigy, playing both piano and organ by the time he was two years old, making his debut at the legendary Apollo Theater when he was only six. He has worked in the studio and toured with countless artists, including Yolanda Adams, Stanley Brown, Israel Houghton, P. Diddy, Kirk Franklin, Kenny Garrett (the 19-year-old Henry became a fixture in Garrett's touring band for three years), Donnie McClurkin, Boyz II Men, Michael McDonald, Bruce Springsteen, the Roots, and many others. He has also worked as a bandleader and producer as well as an in-demand sideman.

Falling closer to the Art Tatum and Oscar Peterson side of the Hammond organ jazz genre than Jimmy Smith, with maybe a little Billy Preston tossed in, Henry at his best combines the best of both gospel and jazz in his playing. His albums as a bandleader include the 2010 holiday set Christmas with You, 2011's Leave You Alone, and 2012's Gotcha Now Doc.

Since 2012, Henry has been a member of the acclaimed experimental jazz and funk ensemble Snarky Puppy, with whom he won a 2014 Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance and a 2015 Grammy for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album. In 2016, Henry released the gospel0infused solo effort The Revival. ~ Steve Leggett

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