The Incredible Jimmy Smith (subtitled Jimmy Smith at the Organ Vol. 3) is the third album by American jazz organist Jimmy Smith featuring performances recorded in 1956 and released on the Blue Note label.
This album has an average beat per minute of 137 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 88/170 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Recent albums by Jimmy Smith. Bashin': The Unpredictable Jimmy Smith, Hobo Flats. Sit on It, Unfinished Business.
Complete your Jimmy Smith collection . Jimmy Smith At The Organ Vol. 1-3. Tracklist. TOCJ-1525, BLP-1525, BN-1525. The Incredible Jimmy Smith. At The Organ, Volume 3 (CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM). Blue Note, Blue Note, Blue Note.
Jimmy Smith Original Jazz Sound Jimmy Smith at the Organ, Vol. 1, 1956 – Summertime. Jimmy Smith, Genres Hard bop, mainstream jazz, jazz-funk, jazz fusion. Album The Incredible Jimmy Smith At The Organ Vol. 3 (1956) – 01. Judo Mambo. Jimmy Smith, Genres Hard bop, mainstream jazz, jazz-funk, jazz fusion
Jimmy Smith single-handedly reinvented the Hammond organ in a modern jazz setting, and given the many Hammond players who have followed in his wake, most of them working off of the same template that Smith established way back in the early 1950s, it is easy to forget how amazingly brilliant he was on his chosen instrument, as innovative in his ow. With Smith leading on organ (he adds bass with the foot pedals, as well), Thornel Schwartz on electric guitar, and Donald Bailey on drums, the set kicks off with the Bud Powell-like "Judo Mambo," which bubbles and percolates with joyous abandonment, driven by Smith's bustling organ runs and the odd frog noises he somehow manages to find among the.
Ready 'N Able - Jimmy Smith. At The Organ Vols 1-3" (1956) (CD 2) - Jimmy Smith, Genres: Hard bop, mainstream jazz, jazz-funk, jazz fusion.
For his third album for Blue Note Records (and fourth!), The Incredible Jimmy Smith At The Organ, Volume 3 highly showcase a greater, but equally great vocabulary of skills that made Smith very influential and popular from the beginning where he took his breathtaking unique B-3 technique and virtuosity just beyond the realms of mere mere technique bravura to sharper definitions. in it’s complete gloriously expanded format by Blue Note and EMI, The Incredible Jimmy Smith At The Organ, Volume 3 present the CD- and MP3 album in a more fascinating mode which put a unique spin on a rich mixture of leaner single notes, tingling tones, rich audio mastery, beefy hard bop, caliber solos, excellent timing and soaring melody.
Jimmy Smith The Fantastic Jimmy Smith Empire Masterwerks 2005. The first disc, The Fantastic Jimmy Smith, was recorded from 1953-55 while Smith was a member of a Philadelphia group called the Sonotones, led by a drummer/singer named Don Gardner. It captures some of the organist's earliest sides. The album finds Smith in an embryonic stage, still mimicking the rollicking, block-chord style of his idol, Wild Bill Davis. At the Organ, Volume 3. Tracks: Judo Mambo; Willow Weep for Me; Lover Come Back to Me; Well You Needn't; Fiddlin' the Minors; Autumn Leaves; I Cover the Waterfront; Jamey; My Funny Valentine; I Can't Give You Anything But Love; Slightly Monkish. Personnel: Jimmy Smith: organ; Thornel Schwartz: guitar; Donald Bailey: drums.
At The Organ Vols 1-3" (1956) (CD 2) 08. "Judo Mambo". Jimmy Smith, Genres: Hard bop, mainstream jazz, jazz-funk, jazz fusion. Album: The Incredible Jimmy Smith At The Organ Vol. 3 (1956) 06. "Autumn Leaves".