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For All We Know - The Jimmy Smith Sound - So Whats New! (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Smashing early work from Jimmy Smith – a killer set from that has him going head to head with some of Blue Note's finest players! The album marks one of the first time Jimmy played with such greats – and one of the first time they played with an organist – and the lineup includes work by Donald Byrd, Lou Donaldson, Hank Mobley, and Art Blakey.

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  2. Sep 28,  · Here's a breakdown of the exact Introduction, bass line and voicings Jimmy Smith played on "The Champ" from his 2nd Blue Note LP "A New Sound, A New Star Vol. 2" Lessons available via Skype or in.

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  3. Jan 19,  · (subtitled Jimmy Smith at the Organ Vol. 1) is the debut album by American jazz organist Jimmy Smith featuring performances recorded in and released on the Blue Note label. The album was rereleased on CD combined with Smith's following two LP's A New Sound A New Star: Jimmy Smith at the Organ Volume 2 and The Incredible Jimmy Smith at the.

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  4. Jun 22,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Jimmy Smith - Midnight Special YouTube Jimmy Smith & Jimmy McGriff, "Ridin' On It" & "Honky Tonk" - Duration: John Titsworth 59, views.

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  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Jimmy Smith At The Organ (Volume 2) on Discogs. Label: Blue Note - BLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop, Bop5/5(1).

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  6. Even the smell of a new vinyl album that hits you when you open the cover on a new record must be experienced first-hand to fully appreciate. And, of course, there’s the sound. While digital music is ideal for on-the-go convenience, vinyl records deliver a rich, deep quality that not only fills your home with outstanding audio, but also.

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  7. Oct 23,  · Song: What's New? (6/7; written by Johnny Burke and Bob Haggart) Album: Crazy! Baby (Recorded in January 4, ) Artist: Jimmy Smith Personnel: Jimmy Smith, Hammond B-3 .

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  8. Mar 18,  · Now, I know that a lot of people don't listen to jazz; but, for all you people that do, I'm sure you know who Jimmy Smith is. This is one of the best jazz organ albums ever. The very first song, "You'll See" is one of my favorites of all time. This seems to be an album that only collectors have, but I want every music fan to have this greatness/5(7).

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