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Oh, No, Babe - The Incredible Jimmy Smith* Featuring Kenny Burrell And Grady Tate - Organ Grinder Sw
Label: Verve Records - V6-8628,Universal Music Group - V6-8628 • Series: Schallplatten Originale - V6 - 8628 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Repress • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz • Style: Soul-Jazz, Hard Bop
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The Verve set Organ Grinder Swing was somewhat of a return to form, Smith once again working in a trio with guitarist Kenny Burrell and drummer Grady Tate. ADVERTISEMENT Newly remastered in bit form and packaged in a deluxe gatefold, this album has always been one of Smith’s finest straight ahead affairs.
Jumping ahead to and switching to the Verve label, Smith’s Organ Grinder Swing is a bit more diversified and features a steady trio lineup, with Kenny Burrell on guitar and Grady Tate on drums. The first three tracks are meat-and-potatoes blues, starting with the two-minute burner "The Organ Grinder’s Swing.".
Oct 24, · Jimmy Smith swings easy, bluesy, and deftly here. Some may dismiss it as being slightly more on the commercial side than his classic Blue Note sets, but if accessibility is a crime then Smith, Kenny Burrell, and Grady Tate should have pleaded guilty with no apology.
Most of organist Jimmy Smith's recordings for Verve during the mid- to late '60s were with big bands, making this trio outing with guitarist Kenny Burrell and drummer Grady Tate a special treat. This outing is a throwback to Smith's Blue Note sets (which had concluded two years earlier) and gives the organist the opportunity to stretch out on three blues and three standards.8/
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