Jimmy Smith - Jazz Spectrum Vol.5: Jimmy Smith FLAC album
Jazz Spectrum Vol. 5 from Jimmy Smith (1969) (LP). This is a scan done by us, but as we have often several items in stock, it may be from a different item. Jazz Spectrum Vol. 5.
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Written-By – Jimmy Smith. A2. Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf. Written-By – Kirkpatrick, Knox. A3. Get My Mojo Working. Written-By – Morganfield. Jazz Spectrum Vo. : Jimmy Smith (LP, Comp). 2355 005. Jimmy Smith. 5 (LP, Comp).
James Oscar Smith (December 8, 1925 or 1928 – February 8, 2005) was an American jazz musician whose albums often charted on Billboard magazine. In 2005, Smith was awarded the NEA Jazz Masters Award from the National Endowment for the Arts, the highest honor that America bestows upon jazz musicians.
Album The Incredible Jimmy Smith At The Organ Vol. 3 (1956) – 01. Judo Mambo. Jimmy Smith, Genres Hard bop, mainstream jazz, jazz-funk, jazz fusion. Album The Incredible Jimmy Smith At The Organ Vol. 3 (1956) – 07. I Cover The Waterfront. – Album Jimmy Smith At The Organ, Vol. 72:09. Jimmy Smith, Genres Hard bop, mainstream jazz, jazz-funk, jazz fusion Album A New Sound. At The Organ Vols 1-3 (1956) (CD 2) – 08. Album Jimmy Smith At The Organ, Vol. 3. (1956) – 04. Well, You Needn t. 4:26. At The Organ Vols 1-3 (1956) (CD 1) – 03. Midnight Sun. 4:52.
Listen to music from Jimmy Smith like Midnight Special - Rudy Van Gelder Digital Remaster/2007, Back At The Chicken Shack & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Jimmy Smith. Jimmy Smith (1925–2005) was a jazz musician whose instrument was the Hammond B-3 electric organ. Born James Oscar Smith on 8th December 1925 in Norristown, Pennsylvania, USA. Smith was influenced by both gospel and blues. He first achieved prominence in the 1950s where his recordings became popular on jukeboxes before there were commonly used terms to describe his unique musical flavor. In the sixties and seventies he helped create the jazz style known as soul jazz.
The Sounds of Jimmy Smith is an album by American jazz organist Jimmy Smith featuring performances recorded in 1957 and released on the Blue Note label. The CD reissue added three tunes recorded at the same session as bonus tracks. The Fight" (Jimmy Smith) – 5:05. Blue Moon" (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers) – 8:42.
Jimmy Smith - Hobo Flats (Verve V/V6-8544). The Amazing Jimmy Smith Trio Live At The Village Gate (Metro M 521). Jimmy Smith - Any Number Can Win (Verve V/V6-8552). Jimmy Smith - Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf (Verve V/V6-8583). The Incredible Jimmy Smith - Christmas '64 (Verve V/V6-8604). The Incredible Jimmy Smith - The Cat (Verve V/V6-8587). 1965 (age 40). The Incredible Jimmy Smith - Monster (Verve V/V6-8618). Leonard Feather - Encyclopedia Of Jazz, Vol. 1 (Verve V/V6-8677). Jimmy Smith - Who Do I Love, Part 1 & 2 (Verve VK 10424).
|A1||Some Of My Best Friends Are Blues||7:52|
|A2||Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf||5:33|
|A3||Got My Moho Working||4:20|
|B1||I Got A Woman||8:00|
|B2||Something You've Got|
|B3||Mack The Knife||5:50|
|2356 005||Jimmy Smith||Jazz Spectrum Vol. 5 (LP, Comp)||Metro Records||2356 005||Germany||Unknown|
|23 04 039||Jimmy Smith||Jazz Spectrum Vol. 5 (LP, Comp)||Verve Records||23 04 039||Spain||1971|
|XL 171 115||Jimmy Smith||Jazz Spectrum Vol. 5 (LP, Comp)||Ex Libris, Grammoclub Ex Libris||XL 171 115||Switzerland||Unknown|
|2355 005||Jimmy Smith||Jazz Spectrum Vol. 5 (LP, Comp)||Metro Records||2355 005||France||Unknown|
|2356 005||Jimmy Smith||Jazz Spectrum Vol. 5 (LP, Comp)||Metro Records||2356 005||Germany||1971|