Herbert Noord
Herbert, born 1943 in Holland, made his first steps in the Dutch jazz scene with the Bohemia Quintet. At the age of 24, the "Baron of the B3", as he is called nowadays, formed his first own group, two years later an initial recording was made at the Bohemia Jazz Club. Many others followed, some of them highly decorated by Dutch and American jazz magazines. 1979, a first tour led Herbert to the USA, 1983 followed a second one.
 
An important improvement of Herbert's career was the cooperation with the Dutch tenorist Rinus Groeneveld and drummer Pierre van der Linden, formerly members of the group Focus, as well as John C. Marshall, an English guitar player living in Germany. It was the beginning of the group Advanced Warning which was presented on tours through Germany in 1990 and on the North Sea Jazz Festival in 1991. In the years to follow Advanced Warning took part in many important jazz festivals, as the Jazz Mecca Festival, the Amsterdam Jazz and Blues Festival, again the North Sea Jazz Festival, and the Heineken Jazz & Blues Festival. Meanwhile, Herbert is involved also in composing, which had led to an own songbook "Nothing to be afraid of".
contact: sjw@xs4all.nl
homepage: www.advancedwarning.nl
on tour Click on the logo to see Herbert's tour dates.

 

Discography
Live At The Bohemia Jazz Club
SJW/NOWA
recorded 1969
Herbert Noord, Hammond Organ
Hans Dulfer, tenor sax
Henk van Es, bariton sax
Arjen Gorter, bass
Steve Boston, percussion
Rob Kattenburg, drums
Five Times Six
Cat Jazz
recorded 1973
Herbert Noord, Hammond Organ
Allan Laurillard, tenor sax
Warm Bad
Cat Jazz
recorded 1978
Herbert Noord, Hammond Organ
Hank Squat, guitar
Peng Offe, drums
Live At The Kroeg
Cat Jazz
recorded 1979
Herbert Noord, Hammond Organ
Harvey Kaiser, tenor sax
Wil van Slogteren, guitar
John Engels, drums
Clear Sight
Timeless Records
recorded 1986
Herbert Noord, Hammond Organ
Paul Weeden, guitar
Fred Leeflang, tenor sax
Charlie Green, trumpet
Rick Hollander, drums
HiFi Apartment
Charly/Affinity
recorded 1989
Herbert Noord, Hammond Organ
Paul Weeden, guitar
Rinus Groeneveld, tenor sax
Tommy 'Madman' Jones, vocals
pierre van der Linden, drums
Nothing To Be Afraid Of
Charly/Affinity
recorded 1991
Herbert Noord, Hammond Organ
Rinus Groeneveld, tenor sax
John C. Marshall, guitar
Pierre van der Linden, drums
Watch Out For The Jazzpolice
Shuttle Music
recorded 1994
Herbert Noord, Hammond Organ
Rinus Groeneveld, tenor sax
John C. Marshall, guitar
Paul Weeden, guitar
Pierre van der Linden, drums
Cut The Crap
Shuttle Music SHM 0300195
recorded 13 sept 1995
Herbert Noord, Hammond Organ
Rinus Groeneveld, tenor sax
Benjamin Herman, alt sax
John C. Marshall, guitar
Pierre van der Linden, drums
Express Delayed
Timeless/EMI
recorded 1996
Herbert Noord, Hammond Organ
Hans Dulfer, tenor sax
John Engels, drums
Hot Mosquito Night

recorded 1997
Herbert Noord, Hammond Organ
Rinus Groeneveld, tenor sax
John C. Marshall, guitar
Explosion Extra Ordinaire

recorded 27 febr 1999
Herbert Noord, Hammond Organ
Rinus Groeneveld, tenor sax
Pierre van der Linden, drums
ReGroovable

recorded August 2003
Herbert Noord, Hammond Organ
Rinus Groeneveld, tenor sax
Pierre van der Linden, drums
Live In Concert

recorded live March 1990 in Amsterdam/The Netherlands (Meervaart Blues)
recorded live January 1992 in The Netherlands (Hot House)
Herbert Noord, Hammond Organ
Rinus Groeneveld, tenor sax
Pierre van der Linden, drums
Walther de Graaf, guitar
John Marshall, guitar
Jeroen de Rijk, percussion
Lemon Juice

recorded October 2004 in Bovenkarspel/The Netherlands
Rinus Groeneveld, tenor sax, flute
Herbert Noord, Hammond C3 organ
Axe Noordanus, guitar
Pierre van der Linden, drums
Brenda van Kampen, vocals
Be Mild

recorded December 2008 in The Netherlands
Aad Schackmann, guitar
Herbert Noord, Hammond C3 organ
William Hogenbirk, drums

 
Sound Samples
MP3 "Organ Marimba", from the album "Lemon Juice"
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