segunda-feira, 19 de setembro de 2016

Jimmy Smith | Fourmost Return

A pioneer of soul-jazz who revolutionized the Hammond organ, turning it into one of the most incisive, dynamic jazz instruments of its time. 
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Recorded during the same 1990 gig at Fat Tuesday's as the earlier Fourmost CD, Fourmost Returnfeatures Jimmy SmithStanley TurrentineKenny Burrell, and Grady Tate in great form once again, so this is no compilation of lukewarm leftovers. The music includes a burning, up-tempo take of "Sonnymoon for Two" and a bluesy and lyrical interpretation of "Mood Indigo," as well as an initially lounge-like "Laura" that gives way to a hot solo by BurrellSmith also revives his popular "Back at the Chicken Shack" and adds a good-natured but rather hoarse vocal to the oldie "Ain't She Sweet." All the players are in top form and this release should appeal to fans of soul-jazz.

Jimmy Smith (organ) 
Stanley Turrentine (tenor sax) 
Kenny Burrell (guitar) 
Grady Tate (drums, vocals)

"Fat Tuesday's", NYC, November 16 & 17, 1990

1 Sonnymoon For Two 
2 Mood Indigo 5:36
3 Ain't She Sweet 11:51 
4 Back At The Chicken Shack 15:22 
5 Organ Grinder's Swing 21:58
6 Laura 26:54
7 Blues For Stanley 37:42

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