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|Description||folks! you ever heard this kind of a red hot groovy bluesy organ jazz?|
thanks! taper + original seeder!
House of Blues
Jimmy Smith - organ (calls himself Groove Holmes at end of track 7)
Herman Riley - sax
Phil Upchurch - guitar
Tommy Campbell - drums (JS's nephew)
1. Intro > JS tells ppl in the back to shutup
2. Root Down/8 Counts for Rita
3. The Sermon
4. Guitar Solo (Improv)
5. Back at the Chicken Shack
6. Intro > Drum Solo > St. Thomas
7. Dot Com Blues
2. Baby It's Cold Outside
3. Side Mouthin'
4. Guitar Solo ('Round Midnight)
5. Guitar Solo (?)
6. Mood Indigo
7. After Hours
Schoeps mk4->BR Box->SBM-1->M1 @44.1kHz R500->Audio Magic Presto II->ZA2->Soundforge 4.5->CDWav->.shn
length expanded size cdr WAVE probs filename
2:38.61 28014716 --- -- -xx smith01-02-17_d1t01.shn
10:53.00 115189244 --- -- -xx smith01-02-17_d1t02.shn
8:04.49 85492892 --- -- -xx smith01-02-17_d1t03.shn
8:02.29 85093052 --- -- -xx smith01-02-17_d1t04.shn
10:27.26 110663996 --- -- -xx smith01-02-17_d1t05.shn
9:11.14 97229372 --- -- -xx smith01-02-17_d1t06.shn
7:32.15 79768124 --- -- -xx smith01-02-17_d1t07.shn
0:56.27 9941948 --- -- -xx smith01-02-17_d2t01.shn
6:54.49 73144892 --- -- -xx smith01-02-17_d2t02.shn
13:11.10 139555964 --- -- -xx smith01-02-17_d2t03.shn
3:53.30 41171804 --- -- -xx smith01-02-17_d2t04.shn
3:51.12 40776668 --- -- -xx smith01-02-17_d2t05.shn
10:02.31 106265756 --- -- -xx smith01-02-17_d2t06.shn
12:30.19 132344732 --- -- -xx smith01-02-17_d2t07.shn
108:08.72 1091.63 MB (totals for 14 files)
|Last seeder||Last activity 736 days, 11:13:11 ago|
|Size||512.07 MB (536942589 Bytes)|
|Num files||17 files|
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|Thanks! I was just listening to 'Prayer Meeting.'
|Jimmy Smith....as good as it gets. THanks for this.
|Thank you mandomondo, another master add to the trade friendly artists list!
|Halowdance: I'm not so sure that Jimmy Smith was ever taper/trading friendly as most jazz folks are pretty opposed.
You should not take it to mean he was OK with taping just because someone up'ed it here. This is a stealth rig, and uploaders are asked to check a box that affirms they 'know' the artist to be taper friendly. I have not seen or heard any confirmation of that w/ respect to Jimmy Smith (R.I.P.)
|Phil Upchurch is the f***in' man, and yesterday was his birthday!
|Thanks! This is so unexpected and very appreciated!!!!
|easyjim- There have been some fairly recent DAT board patches from Jimmy Smith shows ... I have seen them around, possibly here at etree (honestly I can't recall specifics); anyway, that doesn't prove anything about trade friendly, but FWIW...
|sorry & thnak you for all downroaders!
i'll quit seeding at this point. thanks again.
|"There have been some fairly recent DAT board patches from Jimmy Smith shows "
|Well, I have bought about 40 of his commercial releases over the years and seen him 4 times so I won't feel too guilty about getting this one for free.
Groove Holmes is another legendary organ player although not as widely recorded by any stretch. I saw him at One Step Down in DC after another show at Blues Alley nearby and he said he was in a lot of pain from cancer in his back. He died later that year.
And my car got towed that night and it cost me $275 to pay the ticket and the towing plus a taxi to the ghetto.
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