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Review by Michael Erlewine Just what it says. The queen of the Hammond organ (along with Henry Grimes (b) and Otis Finch (d)) plays compositions by the funk-master himself, Horace Silver. Included are “Senor Blues” and “The Preacher.” Tracklist A1 Senor Blues A2 Moon Ray A3 Sister Sadie B1 Doodlin’ B2 The Preacher B3 Strollin’ Credits Bass – Henry Grimes ...

Review by Scott Yanow Most of organist Shirley Scott’s records in the 1960s featured her husband, tenor saxophonist Stanley Turrentine, so this trio effort with bassist Ron Carter and drummer Jimmy Cobb was a change of pace. As usual, Scott features an off-the-wall tune (“What The World Needs Now Is Love”) in her repertoire, along with standards (including “On A ...

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 ...

The Rusty Scott Organ Group plays original material and organ standards and is fronted by Hammond B3 organist Rusty Scott of Boston, Massachusetts. The band’s music is based on jazz, blues, boogaloo, and funk and features the B3 sound from the 50s and 60s that is associated with Hammond organ legends Jimmy Smith, Don Patterson, Dr. Lonnie Smith, and Brother ...

Track Listing: 1 – Everything’s Ok 2 – Aquarella 3 – Latin Swing 4 – Softly, My Love 5 – Foolishness 6 – The Sooner the Better 7 – Whirling Round 8 – Stony-Broke 9 – She Does Not Love Me 10 – The Sweetest Perfume 11 – Don’t Keep On 12 – In a Good Mood 13 – Latin ...

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) ...

Nacida en sudáfrica hizo sus estudios en Inglaterra, se inicio con la banda Lord Rockingham XI a principios a 1960, para luego formar dúo con Don Stoner en su más exitosa etapa. Info recomendada: http://lacolumnata.es/cultura/oigo-visiones/cherry-wainer-y-don-storer-el-efecto-coolizante //////////////////////////// Cherry Wainer (March 2, 1935 – November 14, 2014) was a South African-born musician, best known as a member of Lord Rockingham’s XI and ...

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

Raphael Wressnig, based in Austria but frequently on the road, is not your ordinary B-3 organ player. He’s actually one of a kind: a young master of the imposing, large instrument who is expansive in his breadth of expertise. He’s technically fluent in the blues, in jazz, in soul, and in funk, and he concocts exciting mixed-genre music from his ...

Editorial Reviews Organist Brian Charette takes us on a tour-de-force of the “Once & Future” history of the Hammond B-3 with his fourth album for Posi-Tone! Organ buffs and casual listeners will be delighted to tune in and turn on this groovy and hard-hitting date. The record features an exciting program of musical selections from a wide range of styles, ...

Biography With his instrumental hit “Honky Tonk” in February 1956, Bill Doggett (born William Ballard Doggett) created one of rock’s greatest instrumental tracks. Although it generated scores of offers to perform in rock & roll clubs throughout the United States, Doggett remained tied to the jazz and organ-based R&B that he had performed since the 1930s. Continuing to record for ...

Biography Actually nicknamed after his instrument, Johnny “Hammond” Smith was perhaps one of the more underrated soul-jazz organists of the style’s heyday. Born John Robert Smith in Louisville, KY, on December 16, 1933, Smith began learning piano as a child, idolizing Bud Powell and Art Tatum early on. After moving to Cleveland, Smith heard jazz organ pioneer Wild Bill Davis ...

Tracklist 1 – Bill’s Honky Tonk 4:00 2 – Pots A Cookin’ 5:18 3 – I Wish You Love 4:15 4 – Dig The Thing 5:27 5 – Dug’s Pad 4:39 6 – Midnight Sun 2:48 7 – Flying Home 7:52 8 – Charlie’s Alley 3:58 Credits Alto Saxophone – Charles Williams , Norris Turney Bass – Larry Troit Drums ...

Personnel Baby Face Willette – organ Grant Green – guitar Fred Jackson – tenor saxophone Ben Dixon – drums Tracklist: 1. Swingin’ at Sugar Ray’s – 6:35 2. Goin’ Down – 7:24 3. Whatever Lola Wants (Richard Adler, Jerry Ross) – 7:21 4. Face to Face – 6:17 5. Something Strange – 6:42 6. High ‘N’ Low – 7:07 Bonus ...

1.Guess Who 2.Anahuac Breakdown 3.Time On My Hands 4.Am I Blue 5.Please Send Me Someone to Love 6.Grease Bowl 7.When Your Lover Has Gone 8.This Bitter Earth 9.Night Train 10.Where Are You 11.It Could Happen to You Recorded July 22 & 23, 1978 in Paris, France Release Date: June 16, 2008 Label: Disques Black & Blue Total Length: 1:08:10

Tracklist 1 Garôta Do Ipanema 2 Batida Diferente 3 Zé De Conceição 4 Pra Que Chorar 5 Melancolia 6 Só Danço Samba 7 Samba Novo 8 Faço Um Lê-Lê-Lê 9 Bossa Da Praia 10 Samba Do Avião 11 O Que Eu Gosto De Você 12 Samba Só Credits Bass – Azeitona Drums – Arrudinha Guitar – Jacó* Music Director – ...

1. Introduction 2. Cherokee 3. Ceora 4. I’m In The Mood For Love 5. On Green Dolphin Street 6. Little Girl Blue 7. Autumn Leaves Créditos Organ – Joey Defrancesco Saxophone – George Coleman Drums – Byron Landham Guitar – Jake Langley Vocals – Colleen McNabb (tracks: 3) Recorded live at Yoshi’s, Oakland, CA, April 6-9, 2006 Sello: Concord Records ...

Roosevelt “Baby Face” Willette (September 11, 1933 – April 1, 1971) was a hard bop and soul-jazz musician most known for playing Hammond organ. It is unclear whether he was born in Little Rock, Arkansas, or New Orleans, Louisiana. Artist Biography by Steve Huey Highly underrated as a soul-jazz organist due in large part to a scanty discography, Baby Face ...

Editorial Reviews Second installment in this four volume series from the celebrated jazzmen with deep Blues roots, a prolific musical team with exquisite chemistry. Volume Two includes the two complete albums Joe’s Blues and Wings & Things, in which guitarist Grant Green plays with the two masters. Lonehill.

Review by Steve Leggett Although she freely offered Jimmy Smith as her main influence, Philadelphia’s Shirley Scott brought her own mixture of sophistication and soul jazz funk to her Hammond B-3 recordings. Less blues-based than Smith, she had a softer tone and tackled a wider range of material, although, like Smith, she was arguably at her best in the trio ...

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 ...

“With each visit to Chicago … Joey DeFrancesco seems to attain another, still-more-remarkable degree of technical fl uidity.” — Chicago Tribune “Joey DeFrancesco is rightfully known as an incredibly talented organ player. He’s got an array of solid CDs that document his rise to the top. He can fi t into any setting, from hard bop to the electronic funk ...

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