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Playlist of Jimmy Smith

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    Jimmy Smith - The Sermon


    Album: The Sermon!
    Year: 1958
    Label: Blue Note

    Jimmy Smith - organ
    Lee Morgan - trumpet
    Lou Donaldson - alto saxophone
    Tina Brooks - tenor saxophone
    Kenny Burrell - guitar
    Art Blakey - drums

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    01.THE SERMON 0:00
     (jimmy smith)
     LEE MORGAN trumpet
     LOU DONALDSON alto sax
     TINA BROOKS tenor sax
     KENNY BURREL guitars
     JIMMY SMITH organ
     ART BLAKEY drums
    02. J.O.S. 20:12
     (jimmy smith)
     LEE MORGAN trumpet
     GEORGE COLEMAN alto sax
     EDDIE McFADDEN guitars
     JIMMY SMITH organ
     DONALD BALEY drums
    03. FLAMINGO 32:09
     (T.Grouya-E. Anderson)
     LEE MORGAN trumpet
     KENNY BURREL guitars
     JIMMY SMITH organ
     ART BLAKEY drums

    Blue Note 4011

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    Jimmy Smith - Midnight Special


    Hammond B-3 organ!

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    Jimmy Smith - Root Down - 1972


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    Jimmy Smith - Midnight Special


    Song: Midnight Special (1/5; written by Jimmy Smith)
    Album: Midnight Special (Recorded: April 25, 1960 / Released: 1961)
    Artist: Jimmy Smith

    Jimmy Smith, organ
    Stanley Turrentine, tenor saxophone
    Kenny Burrell, guitar
    Donald Bailey, drums

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    Jimmy Smith - Back at the Chicken Shack


    Song: Back at the Chicken Shack (1/4; written by Jimmy Smith)
    Album: Back At The Chicken Shack (Recorded: April 25, 1960 / Released: 1963)
    Artist: Jimmy Smith

    Jimmy Smith, organ
    Stanley Turrentine, tenor saxophone
    Kenny Burrell, guitar
    Donald Bailey, drums

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    30 MINUTES of Jimmy Smith LIVE in 65!


    The BBC studio audience (who were allowed to SMOKE in those days) gave him just polite applause - which threw Jimmy OFF a bit (watch his face after the second number, in which he'd just given it all he HAD!) And to hear a Jazz singer who WORKED with Jimmy, check out

    But when I saw him in England, in the early Nineties, THAT audience were more enthusiastic! Me and my Lady were down front-centre and when Jimmy let rip with The Cat they ERUPTED!

    A memorable night, during which I stroked Jimmy's organ - I mean the HAMMOND!!!

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    Jimmy Smith - Honky Tonk


    German TV gig late 1980's I think.
    This shows his band stretching out on this R and B classic - Frank Wilson is the drummer; anyone know who the tenor sax and the guitarist are?

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    Jimmy Smith I got my Mojo workin


    My favourite Jimmy Smith tune.

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    Jimmy Smith – House Party


    Jimmy Smith – House Party
    Blue Note BLP 4002
    Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono
    US 1958

    00:00 A1 Au Private
    15:11 A2 Lover Man
    22:11 B1 Just Friends
    37:27 B2 Blues After All

    Alto Saxophone – George Coleman (tracks: B1, B2),
    Lou Donaldson (tracks: A1, A2)
    Drums – Art Blakey (tracks: A1),
    Donald Bailey (tracks: A2 to B2)
    Guitar – Eddie McFadden (tracks: A2, B1),
    Kenny Burrell (tracks: A1, B2)
    Organ – Jimmy Smith
    Tenor Saxophone – Tina Brooks (tracks: A1)
    Trombone – Curtis Fuller (tracks: B1, B2)
    Trumpet – Lee Morgan (tracks: A1, B1, B2)

    Recorded at Manhattan Towers, NYC; August 25, 1957 (tracks B1 & B2)
    & February 25, 1958 (tracks A1 & A2).

    AllMusic Review by Lindsay Planer :
    .... there are two selections from the August 25, 1957, confab of Lee Morgan (trumpet) George Coleman (alto sax), Curtis Fuller (trombone), Eddie McFadden (guitar), Kenny Burrell (guitar),
    and Donald Bailey (drums). The remaining were recorded precisely six months later on February 25, 1958,
    with a slightly amended lineup featuring altoist Lou Donaldson (in for Coleman) alongside Tina Brooks (tenor sax) and the ubiquitous Art Blakey (drums) providing unique contributions of their own.
    Au Privave is a refined piece of indisputable bop mastery as Smith commands the combo through an incendiary and driving rendition that grooves unforced flair and organic charisma.
    Morgan bandies about with Smith and Brooks behind the flowing support of the amended rhythm section of Blakey and Burrell. Even at 16-plus minutes, the pace and timbre of the performance begs for more.
    Lover Man is splendid and sincere as Donaldson drives right to the heart, unreeling stunningly lyrical leads behind Smith's distinguished progressions.Just Friends is a true gem and one of the
    two cuts not duplicated on The Sermon! Beginning with McFadden, each musician is given room to stretch and reveal his identity as both an ensemble player and soloist.
    Blues After All is a soulful outing that offers up arguably the most sublime and understated bop on the album. ....

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    Le Alain Delons Blues de Jimmy Smith a Paris


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    Jimmy Smith - Got my mojo working


    LP The best of Jimmy Smith

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    JIMMY SMITH - Root Down


    Jimmy Smith ‎– Root Down - Jimmy Smith Live!
    Label: Verve Records ‎– V6-8806, Verve Records ‎– V6 8806
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
    Country: US
    Released: 1972
    Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul
    Style: Jazz-Funk, Fusion

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    Jimmy Smith - Mack The Knife


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    Jimmy Smith - Jazz Scene USA 1962


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    Give Up The Booty - JIMMY SMITH 1977


    Give Up The Booty - JIMMY SMITH '1977
    Album ''SIT ON IT !'' 1977

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    Jimmy Smith - Groovin at smalls paradise vol 1


    Jimmy Smith – Groovin' At Smalls' Paradise Volume 1
    Blue Note BLP-1585

    00:00 A1 After Hours
    10:59 A2 My Funny Valentine
    22:02 B1 Slightly Monkish
    29:02 B2 Laura

    Drums – Donald Bailey
    Guitar – Eddie McFadden
    Organ – Jimmy Smith

    Recorded at Smalls' Paradise, NYC, on November 15, 1957.

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    Jimmy Smith - Sagg Shootin His Arrow


    ''Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.''

    Artist: Jimmy Smith. Album: Root Down Live!. Year: 1972

    Credits: Jimmy Smith (Organ), Paul Humphrey (Drums), Wilton Felder (Bass), Arthur Adams (Guitar), Buck Clarke (Percussion), Steve Williams (Harmonica)

    Remember to always buy the stuff that you enjoy!!

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    Jimmy Smith - Summertime


    Upload mp3s @ lou donaldson on sax and art blakey on drums

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    Jimmy SMITH Oh, No, Babe


    From the album Organ grinder swing. Jimmy Smith (org), Kenny Burrell (gtr), Grady Tate (dr).

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    Jimmy Smith _ The Cat - JamilSR


    Jimmy Smith _ The Cat (1964) - JamilSR

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    Jimmy Smith - Give Up The Booty - 1977 Jazz-Funk


    From Sit On It! album (Mercury, 1977)

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    Jimmy Smith - The Sermon


    BBC TV Jimmy Smith - Hammond Organ; Quentin Warren - guitar; Billy Hart - drums

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    jimmy Smith the hammond B3 legend live in Florida Keys 1999


    Was still playing amazing!

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    Jimmy Smith - Ill Drink To That


    Grady Tate - drums
    George Benson - guitar
    Jimmy Smith - organ
    Ron Carter - bass
    Stanley Turrentine - tenor sax

    Recorded June 7, 1982.

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    Jazz Funk - Jimmy Smith - Serpentine Fire


    Jimmy Smith - Serpentine Fire (Mercury Records) 1978

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    Jimmy SMITH Midnight special .wmv


    From the album Midnight special. Jimmy Smith (org), Stanley Turrentine (T sax), Kenny Burrell (gtr), Donald Bailey (dr).

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    Jimmy Smith - Six Views of Blues FULL ALBUM


    1. St. Louis Blues (0:00)
    2. The Swingin' Shepherd Blues (08:40)
    3. Blues No. 1 (12:41)
    4. Blues No. 3 (19:12)
    5. Blues No. 4 (26:28)
    6. Blues No. 2 (37:22)

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    Jimmy Smith At The Organ vol 1


    Jimmy Smith – Jimmy Smith At The Organ, Volume 1
    Blue Note BLP 1551
    Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono
    US 1957

    00:00 A1 Summertime
    04:31 A2 There's A Small Hotel

    16:23 B1 All Day Long
    26:54 B2 Yardbird Suite

    Organ – Jimmy Smith
    Alto sax - Lou Donaldson
    Guitar - Kenny Burrell
    Drums - Art Blakey

    Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
    Recorded at Manhattan Towers, NYC, February 12, 1957.

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    Theme from M.A.S.H.  Jimmy Smith


    Theme from M.A.S.H.  Jimmy Smith
     from album  OFF THE TOP
     Ron Carter ( bass )
     Grady Tate ( drums )
     George Benson ( guitar )

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    JIMMY SMITH - Whatd I Say


    Jimmy Smith ‎– The Best Of Jimmy Smith
    Genre: Jazz
    Style: Hard Bop, Soul-Jazz
    Year: 1967

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    Jimmy Smith, Cannonball Adderley, Dave Brubeck and Charlie Mingus live • 31-10-1971 • World of Jazz


    Unique recordings of Jimmy Smith, the Cannonball Adderley Quintet featuring George Duke, Dave Brubeck & his Trio with Gerry Mulligan and Paul Desmond,and the Charles Mingus Sextet featuring Cat Anderson at the 7th Newport Jazz Festival at the Doelen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 1971.

    • 00’00” Hammond organist Jimmy Smith and his band, featuring among others the illustre Illinois Jacquet and James Moody on tenor saxophone and Art Farmer on flugelhorn, Kenny Burrell on guitar, Clark Terry on bugel and Roy Haynes on drums.
    A unique recording!

    • 05’36” The Cannonball Adderley Quintet featuring Julian Edwin ‘Cannonball’ Adderley, alto saxophone; Nat Adderley, cornet; George Duke, keyboards; Walter Booker, bass; Roy McCurdy, drums.

    • 22’50” Dave Brubeck Trio performs a great concert with his sidemen Jack Six, bass and Allan Dawson, drums. The trio is completed with alto saxophonist Paul Desmond and baritone saxophonist Gerry Mulligan.

    • 49’32” The concert is followed by an exerpt of the concert of the Charles Mingus Sextet with Cat Anderson on trumpet at the same 7th Newport Jazz Festival

    This is part two of the recordings of the 7th Newport Jazz Festival 1971.
    The recording was made 31st October 1971 at the Doelen Concert hall, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

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    Jimmy Smith - Got My Mojo Workin


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    Jimmy Smith - Minor Chant


    Song: Minor Chant (3/4; written by Stanley Turrentine)
    Album: Back At The Chicken Shack (Recorded: April 25, 1960 / Released: 1963)
    Artist: Jimmy Smith

    Jimmy Smith, organ
    Stanley Turrentine, tenor saxophone
    Kenny Burrell, guitar
    Donald Bailey, drums

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    Jimmy SMITH Satin doll


    From the album Organ grinder swing. Jimmy Smith (org), Kenny Burrell (gtr), Grady Tate (dr).

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    Jimmy Smith - Cant Hide Love


    A great vesion of the Skip Scarbrough classic. Taken from the 1977 album Sit on It! Produced by Eugene McDaniels

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    Jimmy Smith ~ Stormy Monday


    Jimmy Smith Trio ft. Kenny Burrell.

    From the album 'The Master II' | February 25, 1997 (orginal release on december 24, 1993) | Blue Note Records | B000005H8O.

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    Jimmy Smith - The Champ - Remastered 2016


    Videocover Of Jimmy Smith's Remastered Album: The Champ.
    Remastered 2016

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    Blues No 3 # by Jimmy Smith


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    Jimmy Smith - T-Bone Steak.wmv


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    Jimmy Smith transcription You Get cha


    From A New Sound a New Star Blue Note 1956, solo transcribed by sam gambarini, to obtain the transcription in Pdf please contact me on

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    Jimmy Smith - Blues in the night


    Extract from the compilation Talkin' Verve: Roots Of Acid Jazz
    Performed by Jimmy Smith

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    Jimmy Smith - Flamingo


    Jimmy Smith's 1958 cover of the Jazz standard 'Flamingo'

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    Jimmy Smith Gloomy Sunday from the Verve LP Monster 1965


    I remember buying my original UK Verve copy of Jimmy Smith's Monster from the Corn Exchange in Manchester some time in the late 1980's some time before the IRA bomb that destroyed it in 1996. I got it home and listened to it constantly and while there were many wonderful tracks, Gloomy Sunday really struck a chord with me and I immediately loved its haunting melody. Only recently did I realise that I couldn't find it on youtube and in fact came across the incredible (presumably original) version by The Hal Kemp Orchestra from 1936 (check it out). Anyway, here it is if you don't know it, it's an superb Oliver Nelson big band era Jimmy Smith cut from 1965 from, what is to me, his heydey. RIP Jimmy Smith. A true legend of the hammond organ.

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    George Benson - Mimosa



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    Joey De Francesco with Jimmy Smith - Ive got my mojo workin


    Album: Legacy
    Title: I've got my mojo workin'

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    Jimmy Smith - Burning Spear


    Livin' It Up album. 1968

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    Jimmy Smith - After Hours


    from the Root Down live album (Verve, 1972)

    * Jimmy Smith - Hammond B3 Organ
    * Arthur Adams - Guitar
    * Wilton Felder - Bass
    * Steve Williams - Harmonica
    * Paul Humphrey - Drums
    * Buck Clarke - Congas & Percussions



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