Jimmy Smith - The Sermon / The Complete Jimmy Smith's Super Jam Volume Two album flac
Title: The Sermon / The Complete Jimmy Smith's Super Jam Volume Two
Style: Hard Bop
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A Complete Date With Jimmy Smith! Jimmy Smith. A New Star - A New Sound (Volume 2). Jimmy Smith. 2018 Analog Source Remaster 2018. Jimmy Smith at the Organ, Volume 1. Jimmy Smith, Lou Donaldson, Kenny Burrell, Art Blakey. 2017 Remastered 2017.
Monster is an album by American jazz organist Jimmy Smith arranged by Oliver Nelson. On the Billboard albums chart, Monster peaked at number 35, and at 5 on the top R&B albums chart. Writer Gerald Majer critiqued Monster in his 2013 book of essays, The Velvet Lounge: On Late Chicago Jazz. Goldfinger (Part 2)" (Newley, Barry, Bricusse) – 2:45.
The Sermon (Jimmy Smith album). The Sermon! is a 1959 album by jazz organist Jimmy Smith. It was produced by the Blue Note record label, and was Smith's fifteenth album in three years.
Smith recorded "The Sermon" in two one day sessions. JOS", the initials for James Ogden Smith was recorded in August 1957, and the title track and closing track "Flamingo" were recorded in early 1958. But this album is astonishing for its vitality, feel, and timelessness. Maybe not, but given Smith's short temper, I'd bet they were chewed out. "Flamingo" is a very pretty ballad piece, showing Smith's subtlety and Burrell's always tasteful playing, for a very mellow final track to the album. The Sermon" is at least a decade ahead of its time, and without it and other great bebop albums of the time the improvisational elements of rock music would not have been possible.
The Sermon! Studio album by Jimmy Smith. The Sermon was the second of two albums recorded on two dates at The Manhattan Towers Hotel Ballroom, the first was Smith's previous album, House Party (1958). Rudy Van Gelder used the ballroom as a recording studio for recording sessions in 1957-1958, while he was still using his parents' Hackensack, . home studio to record artists for Blue Note. He mainly used it for larger groups of musicians that would not fit in his parent's living room, or when New York was a more convenient location to record the artists involved.
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Written-By – Ira & George Gershwin*
Written-By – Rodgers-Hart*
Written-By – Roger Ramirez
Written-By – Charlie Parker
Written-By – Charlie Parker
Written-By – Jimmy Smith
Written-By – Anderson*, Grouya*
- Manufactured By – Toshiba EMI Ltd
- Recorded At – Manhattan Towers
- Alto Saxophone – George Coleman, Lou Donaldson
- Design – Reid Miles
- Drums – Art Blakey, Donald Bailey
- Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder
- Guitar – Eddie McFadden, Kenny Burrell
- Liner Notes [Compilation] – Michael Cuscuna
- Liner Notes [Original] – Ira Gitler
- Liner Notes [Translated by] – 和田政幸
- Organ – Jimmy Smith
- Photography By – Francis Wolff
- Producer – Alfred Lion
- Reissue Producer – Michael Cuscuna
- Tenor Saxophone – Tina Brooks
- Transferred By [Digital] – Ron McMaster
- Trombone – Curtis Fuller
- Trumpet – Lee Morgan
NotesRecorded on August 25, 1957 (1, 2) and February 25, 1958 (3~7).
Made in Japan ¥3,200
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: T4988006615816
- Matrix / Runout: CP32-9512 1A1 TO
- Rights Society: JASRAC