Jimmy Smith - The Definitive Jimmy Smith flac album
Title: The Definitive Jimmy Smith
Style: Hard Bop
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This sampler draws from organist Jimmy Smith's Blue Note and Verve recordings, picking out seven highlights from the 1956-1966 period. Included are such gems from Smith's Blue Note years as the fiery up-tempo blues "The Champ" that helped launch his career," the 20-minute all-star jam "The Sermon" (with trumpeter Lee Morgan, altoist Lou Donaldson, tenor saxophonist Tina Brooks, guitarist Kenny Burrell, and drummer Art Blakey) and "Midnight Special" with tenorman Stanley Turrentine.
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Composed By – Dizzy GillespieDrums – Donald BaileyGuitar – Thornel Schwartz
Alto Saxophone – Lou DonaldsonComposed By – Jimmy SmithDrums – Art BlakeyGuitar – Kenny BurrellTenor Saxophone – Tina BrooksTrumpet – Lee Morgan
Composed By – Jimmy SmithDrums – Donald BaileyGuitar – Kenny BurrellTenor Saxophone – Stanley Turrentine
|4||Walk On The Wild Side
Alto Saxophone – Jerry Dodgion, Phil WoodsArranged By – Oliver NelsonBaritone Saxophone – George BarrowBass – George DuvivierComposed By – Elmer Bernstein, Mack DavidConductor – Oliver NelsonDrums – Ed ShaughnessyGuitar – Barry GalbraithTenor Saxophone – Babe Clark, Bob Ashton*Trombone – Britt Woodman, Jimmy Cleveland, Tom Mitchell*, Urbie GreenTrumpet – Doc Severinsen, Ernie Royal, Joe Newman, Joe Wilder
Arranged By – Lalo SchifrinBass – George DuvivierComposed By – Lalo Schifrin, Rick WardConductor – Lalo SchifrinDrums – Grady TateFrench Horn – Bill Correa, Earl Chapin, Jim Buffington, Ray AlongeGuitar – Kenny BurrellPercussion – Phil KrausTrombone – Jimmy Cleveland, Tony Studd, Urbie GreenTrumpet – Bernie Glow, Ernie Royal, Jimmy Maxwell, Marky Markowitz, Snooky Young, Thad JonesTuba – Don Butterfield
|6||Got My Mojo Workin'
Alto Saxophone – Phil WoodsArranged By – Oliver NelsonBaritone Saxophone – Jerome RichardsonBass – George DuvivierComposed By – McKinley MorganfieldConductor – Oliver NelsonDrums – Grady TateGuitar – Kenny BurrellTenor Saxophone – Romeo PenqueTrumpet – Ernie RoyalVocals – Jimmy Smith
Arranged By – Oliver NelsonBass – Richard Davis Composed By – Jimmy ForrestConductor – Oliver NelsonDrums – Grady TateGuitar – Wes MontgomeryReeds – Danny Bank, Jerome Richardson, Jerry Dodgion, Phil Woods, Bob Ashton*Trombone – Jimmy Cleveland, Melba Liston, Quentin Jackson, Tony StuddTrumpet – Clark Terry, Ernie Royal, Jimmy Maxwell, Joe Newman
- Manufactured By – EMI Music Canada
- Distributed By – EMI Music Canada
- Organ – Jimmy Smith
- Producer – Alfred Lion (tracks: 1-3), Creed Taylor (tracks: 4-7)
NotesTrk 1 recorded 27.3.1956
Trk 2 recorded 25.2.1958
Trk 3 recorded 25.4.1960
Trk 4 recorded 28.3.1962
Trk 5 recorded 29.4.1964
Trk 6 recorded 17.12.1965
Trk 7 recorded 23.9.1966
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 2435-40038-2 0
|7243 5 40038 2 0||Jimmy Smith||The Definitive Jimmy Smith (CD, Comp, RM)||Blue Note||7243 5 40038 2 0||Europe||2002|
|PN-826||Jimmy Smith||The Definitive Jimmy Smith (CD, Comp, RM, Unofficial)||Limited Edition||PN-826||Russia||Unknown|
|7243 5 40038 2 0||Jimmy Smith||The Definitive Jimmy Smith (CD, Comp, RM)||Blue Note||7243 5 40038 2 0||US||2002|