Jimmy Smith - God Did It All! mp3 flacPerformer: Jimmy Smith
Title: God Did It All!
Style: Soul, Gospel, Disco
Size MP3 version: 1620 mb
Size FLAC version: 1306 mb
Size WMA version: 1933 mb
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Jimmy Smith - God Did It All! mp3 flac
Milestone Records Originally released on CD 1996 Recorded: August 29, 1981, at Keystone Korner, San Francisco, CA Tracklist: 1 You'll See (Jimmy Smith) . .
Damn! is a 1996 album by the American jazz organist Jimmy Smith. The album was Smith's first album for Verve Records for over twenty years. Damn! peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Top Jazz Album charts.
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I have nearly every Jimmy Smith album, and, as a consequence, sometimes I overlook some of them, and this appears to be the case with this album. Don't remember the last time I listened to it, but this is a great jazz/funk album that just goes and goes. How did I forget about this album for so long? Reply Notify me 1 Helpful. Marketplace 0 9 For Sale from €. 2.
Biography by Mark Deming. A pioneer of soul-jazz who revolutionized the Hammond organ, turning it into one of the most incisive, dynamic jazz instruments of its time.
This Jimmy Smith discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Jimmy Smith albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Jimmy Smith singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, Christmas '64. 6. On the Sunny Side of the Street, Back at the Chicken Shack. 7. Midnight Special, The Definitive Jimmy Smith. 8. When I Grow Too Old to Dream, Back at the Chicken Shack. 9. Organ Grinder's Swing, Verve Jazz Masters, Vol. 29: Jimmy Smith. 10. Minor Chant, Back at the Chicken Shack. All Legacy Masters (Remastered). The Sermon (Original Album With Bonus Trakcs).
Livin’ It Up. Jimmy Smith. Livin’ It Up Tracklist. Show all albums by Jimmy Smith.
Jimmy Smith wasn't the first organ player in jazz, but no one had a greater influence with the instrument than he did; Smith coaxed a rich, grooving tone from the Hammond B-3, and his sound and style made him a top instrumentalist in the 1950s and '60s, while a number of rock and R&B keyboardists w.
|A2||Returning To You||3:36|
|A4||You Can Tell The World||3:12|
|B1||Take This Message||4:20|
|B3||He's My Friend||4:13|
- Backing Vocals – Tony Comer
- Engineer – Paul Massey, Tony Comer
- Producer – Tony Comer