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Blues Pour Alphonse, Par Jimmy Smith - Various - Film Noir (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Gogal says:
    Organist Jimmy Smith performs a spirited set of blues-based material (only "You've Changed" is a change of pace) with a dozen of his Los Angeles-based friends including trumpeter Oscar Brashear, the underrated tenor Herman Riley (who is best among the supporting cast), guitarist Philip Upchurch and singers Marlena Shaw and Bernard Ighner who have two vocals apiece.
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  7. Gagul says:
    The Incredible Jimmy Smith Country Japan Format LP Release Date: Other information: Members who have this label in their: LP Release Date Re-issue op grs. vinyl. Other information: Members who have this label in their: Collection: 1 Blues pour Alphonse () Track 1 .
  8. Kagashakar says:
    This is quite an unusual date for Jimmy Smith during his Blue Note years. He leads a quartet with baritone saxophonist Cecil Payne, guitarist Kenny Burrell and either Art Blakey or Donald Bailey on drums, one of the rare occasions he didn't use Lou Donaldson during this period. Except for a remake of Moe Koffman's hit "Swingin' Shepherd Blues," the remaining music remained unreleased until.
  9. Moogurr says:
    Jimmy Smith ruled the Hammond organ in the ’50s and ’60s. He revolutionized the instrument, showing it could be creatively used in a jazz context and popularized in the process. His Blue Note sessions from to were extremely influential and many, like ’s Back at the Chicken Shack and ‘s The Sermon, are classics.

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