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Barbara Dennerlein

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Jazz London Radio

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Jazz London Radio

London, London,

United Kingdom

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JLR Interview - Barbara Dennerlein
JLR Interview - Barbara Dennerlein Laurie Burnette interviewed Hammond Organist Barbara Dennerlein to discuss her new CD and DVD live in concert in Stockholm. JLR Interview Series: Barbara Dennerlein Check out JLR's latest interview with German Hammond Organist Barbara Dennerlein, who discusses her latest release on CD and DVD called My Moments. The new release features Barbara playing both Hammond Organ and Pipe Organ in a special concert in...


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JLR Interview - Barbara Dennerlein
Barbara Dennerlein is one of the best Hammond organists in the world today and indeed the best Hammond organist to come out of Europe. Barbara hails from Munich in Germany and makes her base there. Barbara took to the organ from an early age after receiving an organ as a birthday present from her grandfather. Barbara immediately set about learning the instrument inside out and mastered it including the use of the foot pedals to play the bass lines. Barbara is self-taught; I often find that musicians who are self-taught and master their instrument are also the innovators of the jazz world; Jaco Pastorius springs to mind immediately. Barbara is an innovator of the highest class; she has played a variety of styles of jazz, from hard bop to avant garde, funk and soul jazz. Barbara also worked with British talent Mark Mondesir during this period and released acclaimed albums such as Straight Ahead, Hot Stuff and That's Me. Barbara then signed for Verve records in the mid 1990s and released the excellent album Take off which included the blockbuster title track, which was a throwback to the 1970s funk organ sound of Charles Earland, but updated in a 1990s format. In the new millennium Barbara has continued to evolve and make progressive jazz music. Her 2012 album entitled Bebabaloo is a perfect example of this; the tunes have you tapping your feet instantly. Incidentally Bebabaloo is a hybrid of her name and her Bebab record label. Speaking of Bebab, Barbara was already making great music before Enja and Verve came knocking, her live album called Bebab released in 1985 is one of my favourites. However, Barbara is not only an acclaimed Hammond organist in the jazz tradition but a seriously accomplished Church Pipe organist. In fact, Barbara regularly sells out to concerts all over the globe and has played in philharmonic halls and grand cathedrals. The Pipe organ has an astounding sound and has unbelievable presence; it must be an amazing experience to see someone perform it in a live setting. I caught up with Barbara via Skype to see what she projects she is currently working on and to chat about her career. JLR Interview - Barbara Dennerlein


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JLR Interview - Barbara Dennerlein
JLR interview with Hammond organist Barbara Dennerlein September 2014 by Jazz London Radio on Mixcloud JLR interview with Hammond organist Barbara Dennerlein September 2014. Barbara discusses her career in music; her time on major labels such as Enja and Verve. Barbara also discusses her collaborations with some of the best known jazz and classical musicians and passion for pipe organs.


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JLR Interview - Barbara Dennerlein
Barbara Dennerlein is one of the best Hammond organists in the world today and indeed the best Hammond organist to come out of Europe. Barbara hails from Munich in Germany and makes her base there. Barbara took to the organ from an early age after receiving an organ as a birthday present from her grandfather. Barbara immediately set about learning the instrument inside out and mastered it including the use of the foot pedals to play the bass lines. Barbara is self-taught; I often find that musicians who are self-taught and master their instrument are also the innovators of the jazz world; Jaco Pastorius springs to mind immediately. Barbara is an innovator of the highest class; she has played a variety of styles of jazz, from hard bop to avant garde, funk and soul jazz. Barbara also worked with British talent Mark Mondesir during this period and released acclaimed albums such as Straight Ahead, Hot Stuff and That's Me. Barbara then signed for Verve records in the mid 1990s and released the excellent album Take off which included the blockbuster title track, which was a throwback to the 1970s funk organ sound of Charles Earland, but updated in a 1990s format. In the new millennium Barbara has continued to evolve and make progressive jazz music. Her 2012 album entitled Bebabaloo is a perfect example of this; the tunes have you tapping your feet instantly. Incidentally Bebabaloo is a hybrid of her name and her Bebab record label. Speaking of Bebab, Barbara was already making great music before Enja and Verve came knocking, her live album called Bebab released in 1985 is one of my favourites. However, Barbara is not only an acclaimed Hammond organist in the jazz tradition but a seriously accomplished Church Pipe organist. In fact, Barbara regularly sells out to concerts all over the globe and has played in philharmonic halls and grand cathedrals. The Pipe organ has an astounding sound and has unbelievable presence; it must be an amazing experience to see someone perform it in a live setting. I caught up with Barbara via Skype to see what she projects she is currently working on and to chat about her career. Great interview, Barbara and Laurie! I concur that Barbara would not be happy with a major label today. Barbara has shown from a very early age what a great composer and writer she is. She is able to have a big following via playing lots of gigs, concerts and collaborations with other great musicians, I think many artists are forging a great career doing that and major labels are becomming less and less important. So Barbara is continuing a fine tradition. Vasey Cummings I am a jazz enthusiast but I must admit I've never heard of Barbara Dennerlein before. very interesting interview.


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