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Larry's latest  musical  offering is Spirit Progression,  a collection of ten original  jazz compositions utilizing the talents of drummer-Robin Horn and bassist-Mike Levy.
Recorded following the trio's return from a performance  at
the Grenoble Jazz Festival  in Grenoble, France, the music is wonderfully inspired and full of exciting musical interplay.


Click on Spirit Progression samples below:

Spirit Progression 3:11

The Principles 2:36

Keep Trying 3:00

Desert Soul 3:00

The Gift 3:30

Malo Lalo's Mambo 3:00

Free Play 1:51

Not Chick 3:30

Road's Song 3:00

Understanding 3:30


Live at the Westward Look.jpg
Photo by Nancy Smith-Jones

Click on  Live at the Westward Look samples below:

Icarus 3:00

Footprints 3:00

Black Orpheus 3:09

In Your Own Sweet Way 3:00

Well You Needn't 3:00

If You Only Knew 3:46

All The Things You Are 2:50

The Special Step 3:47

Autumn Leaves 4:57

Someday My Prince Will Come 3:00

All Blues 3:20

                     Live at the Westward Look  features Larry's trio in superb musical form.
The tasteful and fresh approach the ensemble takes in performing its  jazz standards and inventive originals is pristinely captured on the CD.
          The Tucson Citizen music critic, Daniel Buckley, says: "Listening to Larry Redhouse play is like hearing all the great keyboard players of fusion jazz's primal infancy - Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Jan Hammer, Joe Zawinul and Keith Jarrett - swallowed alive, re-emerging through a single pair of hands..... Likewise this trio interprets and reinvents classic fare with the perfect mix of virtuosic firepower, coloristic taste and a dancer's graceful sense of shifting momentum. Had this CD come out in 1973 rather than 2003, Redhouse's band would surely have carved a place alongside Weather Report, The Mahavishnu Orchestra, Herbie Hancock's Headhunters and Return to Forever as among the most formidable of the era."
          Josh Young of the Tucson Jazz Society comments, "Fresh ideas are improvised with virtuoso technique- some with introspection, others foot-stomping hot ! Soul satisfying music."

Larry Redhouse in concert
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photo by Kim Hadleigh

The Artist-
         Larry Redhouse, born in Monterey, CA., August 9th 1959, is the youngest of six siblings, all of whom are exceptional musicians. He has been playing jazz piano for over 30 years.
         Larry has also played the timbales, latin percussion, and trumpet. These musical influences can be felt and heard in his horn-like linear piano solo lines and impeccable sense of implied time. 
         By maintaining emphasis on improvisation and composition over the years, it is evident Larry's artform has become mature and focused.  
         Mr. Redhouse and his trio have played at concerts featuring such jazz greats as pianist Chick Corea, trumpeter Terence Blanchard and saxophonist Donald Harrison and trio has performed in Washington DC. at The Kennedy Center's famed Jazz Club to wonderful reviews.
         Like these uncompromising artists, Larry's interpretations of jazz classics and direction in original compositions always shares his unique and gifted understanding of life's song.

Grenoble Jazz Festival, Grenoble France
photo- Kim Hadleigh

  Larry -piano , Robin Horn-drums and Mike Levy -bass
performed at the Grenoble Jazz Festival in Grenoble France, March 27th, 2006.
Initially, the trio performed for Michel Destot the Mayor of Grenoble France in 2005 at a diplomatic Phoenix event. Mayor Destot then invited the trio to the Grenoble Jazz Festival to perform. 

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