Jimmy Smith

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Tracklist1 – This Time The Dream’s On Me     4:56 2 – Delilah     6:01 3 – But Not For Me     3:47 4 – Phinupi     4:40 5 – Love, Your Spell Is Everywhere     4:46 6 – Scotch Blues     7:56 7 – Weaver Of Dreams     4:40 8 – Swingin’     9:33 9 – Chitlins Con Carne ...

Jimmy Smith did not invent the organ. This is a fact. Long before his arrival, the instrument had been the vehicle of countless memorable performances. Word to Fats Waller. But as with anything, there are architects and then there are innovators. I prescribe unto Smith the latter. Anyone can learn to play the organ, but few can extend it beyond ...

Biography Jimmy Smith wasn’t the first organ player in jazz, but no one had a greater influence with the instrument than he did; Smith coaxed a rich, grooving tone from the Hammond B-3, and his sound and style made him a top instrumentalist in the 1950s and ’60s, while a number of rock and R&B keyboardists would learn valuable lessons ...

1 – Transition 2 – Moanin’ 3 – Eight Counts for Rita 4 – Saint Thomas 5 – Dark Blues 6 – Satin Doll 7 – NASDAQ Blues 8 – They Ain’t What They Used to Be Jimmy Smith »» Hammond B3 Joshy Hernandez »» Saxophone (tracks 1,2,7,8) Nat Marucci »» Drums (tracks 1,2,7,8) Claudio Spiewak »» Guitar (tracks 3-6) ...

1.Jimmy’s Jazz Rock (4:10) 2.It’s Alright With Me (4:55) 3.The Cat (2:25) 4.You Are The Sunshine Of My Life (4:37) 5.Got My Mojo Working (3:29) 6.Hava Nagila Overture (6:46) 7.Killing Me Softly (6:13) 8.Jazz Scattin’ (6:43) Jimmy Smith – organ Ray Crawford – guitar Donald Dean – drums Live At The Mann Auditorium, Tel-Aviv, Israel

Editorial Reviews The most detailed CD exploration yet into the early 1960s rise of Jazz organists featuring the greatest exponents of the genre: Jimmy Smith, Jimmy McGriff, Brother Jack McDuff, Booker T and many others. Includes the defining hits like “Walk On The Wild Side”, “I Got A Woman” and of course “Green Onion”. One of the greatest things about ...

Review by Ken Dryden Recorded during the same 1990 gig at Fat Tuesday’s as the earlier Fourmost CD, Fourmost Return features Jimmy Smith, Stanley Turrentine, Kenny Burrell, and Grady Tate in great form once again, so this is no compilation of lukewarm leftovers. The music includes a burning, up-tempo take of “Sonnymoon for Two” and a bluesy and lyrical interpretation ...

This two CD collection was originally released as part of Blue Note’s 60th Anniversary boxed set. Jimmy Smith, who was signed by Alfred Lion after he saw just one of Smith’s shows, sets the pace for this chronicle of the organ fever of soul jazz. Other great organists featured include John Patton, Larry Young, and Freddie Roach. Aggressive and funky, ...

Jimmy Smith (Norristown, 8 de diciembre de 1928 – Scottsdale, 8 de febrero de 2005) fue un organista estadounidense de jazz. Su estilo es el del hard bop y el funky jazz, fusión del jazz con el funk, el soul, el R&B, el blues, etc. Experto en el órgano Hammond, revolucionó a lo largo de los años cincuenta y sesenta ...

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