Ronnie Foster: The Return of the Two Headed Freap

In 1972, Blue Note Records unleashed Two Headed Freap, a debut album by organist-composer Ronnie Foster filled with soulful, swinging music as irresistible as its title. Now, a half-century later, Foster has gone back to the future by way of Reboot, an equally enjoyable showcase for his mastery of the Hammond B3 issued under the

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