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  1. Smith's Blue Note sessions not only introduced the world to the complex solo possibilities of the Hammond B3 organ, but simultaneously ushered in the soul-jazz era of the '60s, spawning a wealth of fine imitators in the process.
  2. Jimmy Smith Blue Note Blue Note (label) Jazz (CD, LP) Forget the "pretty" in the title here – as this stuff's not glossy or fancy – just wonderfully stripped-down Hammond work from Jimmy, performed with a trio that includes Eddie McFadden on guitar and Donald Bailey on drums.
  3. The Cat, an Album by The Incredible Jimmy Smith. Released in on Verve (catalog no. V; Vinyl LP). Genres: Big Band, Soul Jazz. Featured peformers: Jimmy Smith (organ), Ray Alonge (French horn), Earl Chapin (French horn), Willie Bobo (French horn), Jim Buffington (French horn), Bernie Glow (trumpet), Thad Jones (trumpet), Jimmy Maxwell (trumpet), Marky Markowitz (trumpet), Ernie .
  4. The Sermon by Jimmy Smith is one of my all time favorite albums. I picked up the LP/Vinyl version of it in in Sasebo, Japan when in was in the Navy. I had my stereo set up on ship and played it constantly. Many years later I transferred it to cassette and years later I transferred it to a CD/5(87).
  5. Smith, who re-defined jazz organ in the s and '60s, never recorded a bad album. This brief album may please Smith completists with its unique selection of classic tunes; and might disappoint Waller enthusiasts who expect a more energetic tribute.4/5(10).
  6. Jul 27,  · This is the MAN to him or her. He is unique Jimmy Smith´s music diversity is astounding. His pieces varied to mellow to very fiercely hurricanes in any case i every time feel the vibe when i listen to him, especially in this lp techniques is astounding. Cant say nothing else but respect to great master of jazz/5(15).
  7. Feb 13,  · Organ Grinder Swing appeared right around the midway point of Smith's tenure with Verve, a period that found him courting the mainstream more than he had when he was setting the pace over at Blue Note earlier in the perhanasotinglecdazzmirochelsstomba.coinfo he did indeed find commercial success with his big band recordings, Organ Grinder Swing shows that he still had "jazz" in his heart, and the album ranks up .
  8. Sep 05,  · Respect, an Album by Jimmy Smith. Released in on Verve (catalog no. V6–; Vinyl LP). Genres: Soul Jazz, Jazz. Featured peformers: Jimmy Smith (organ), Eric Gale (guitar), Thornel Schwartz (guitar), Bob Bushnell (bass), Ron Carter (bass), Bernard Purdie (drums), Grady Tate (drums), Creed Taylor (producer), Rudy Van Gelder (recording engineer), Jack Anesh (cover design), /5(3).

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