Today we’re bringing you a mix from the heir apparent to the Hammond B-3 Organ, Joey DeFrancesco. DeFrancesco began sitting in on his father’s gigs by age 6 continually progressing on his B-3. By age 17 Miles Davis had asked Joey to join his band which resulted in DeFrancesco touring Europe with Miles and recording the classic Amandla album. Later he went on to record with other legends of the organ including Jack McDuff and Jimmy Smith as well as leading his own band. Check out below as we take a trip through his discography.



“The Eternal One” from Live At The 5 Spot (1993)

“Take That Coltrane” from After the Rain (1995)

“Sidewinder” from Scorcher (1996)

“Funk Pie” from It’s About Time (1996)

“Friday Night At The Cadillac Club” from The JazzTimes Superband (2000)

“The Champ” from Incredible ! (2000)

“Evidence” from Kickin’ The 3 – The Best of Organ Trio Jazz (2005)

“All I Need” from Def Jazz (2005)

“Dot Com Blues” from Legacy (2005)

“Pasta Faggioli” from A New Generation – Paesanos On The New B3 (2005)

“Invitation” from Smokin’ (2006)

“Down The Hatch” from Organic Vibes (2006)

“Moanin'” from The Baddest B-3 Burner in the Business (2007)

“Fly Me To The Moon” from Estate (2008)

“Back at the Chicken Shack” from Live at Voce (2010)

“Maya” from Diggin’ In (2011)

 Playlist by Eric Sandler


1 Replies to "Revivalist Mix: Joey DeFrancesco"
shellah59 says:
July 9, 2013 at 11:17 pm

Thank you so much for this great content of Joey and other greats of Jazz, really appreciate it

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