Johnny Hammond Real Name: John Robert Smith. Profile: Actually nicknamed after his instrument, Johnny "Hammond" Smith was perhaps one of the more underrated soul-jazz organists of the style's heyday.
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John Robert "Johnny Hammond" Smith (December 16, 1933 – June 4, 1997) was an American soul jazz and hard bop organist. Born in Louisville, Kentucky, he was a renowned player of the Hammond B-3 organ so earning "Hammond" as a nickname, which also avoided his being confused with jazz guitarist Johnny Smith. Smith played with Paul Williams and Chris Columbo before forming his own group.
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What's Going on. Michael Longo. Smith recorded a series of albums on the well-regarded CTI Records (Creed Taylor) jazz record label. Hammond's song "Shifting Gears" was featured on the breakbeat compilation "Ultimate Breaks and Beats". Johnny Hammond was a pseudonym John Robert Smith (b. 16 Dec 1933, Louisville, KY, USA - d. 4 Jun 1997 - aka Johnny "Hammond" Smith), a jazz organist.
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Reissue features the latest DSD, HR Cutting remastering and the high-fidelity SHM-CD format (compatible with standard CD player). Comes with a description. Smith's playing on this album is low-key almost to the point of being conservative, deeply soulful without resorting to what would soon become tired funk clichés. For the most part, the settings are the standard organ/bass/drums trio, with occasional appearances by tenor saxophonist Oliver Nelson, vibraphonist Lem Winchester, and guitarist Eddie McFadden to provide textural variety.
While not as important in the development of jazz styles as other keyboard players such as Jimmy Smith, "Hammond" displayed an earthy, swinging talent worth listening to. Legends of Acid Jazz: Johnny "Hammond" Smith compiles under a single cover two albums Smith recorded in 1969, Soul Talk and Black Feeling! (complete with the liner notes from both original issues). On Legends, Smith gets down in the heady company of, among others, tenor saxophonist Rusty Bryant, funky drummer Bernard Purdie and guitarist Wally Richardson; Richardson here pays tribute to his bandmates with.
Performer: Johnny "Hammond" Smith
Title: What's Going On
Date of release: 1971
Style: Soul-Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Funk
Size MP3: 1769 mb
Size FLAC: 1794 mb
Rating: 4.4 / 5
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