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Groove & Grease

sat 17 dec 2022 16:00 

Soul Jazz from the 1950s onwards

Today KILLER B3 features a range of players of the iconic Hammond B3 organ, joined here and there by gritty brethren on the tenor saxophone. In the 1960s, some still play the organ in swing fashion, while most assume raw rhythm-and-blues and soul.

Billy Larkin, Soul Sister (Ain’t That A Groove, World Pacific 1966)
Marlowe Morris, Play The Thing (Play The Thing, Columbia 1962)
Sir Charles Thompson, I Get A Kick Out Of You (Swing Organ, Columbia 1959)
Wild Bill Davis, Dis Heah (Dis Heah, Everest 1960)
Sam Lazar, C.C. Rider (Soul Merchant, Argo 1962)
Terrell Prude, Hallelujah I Just Love Her So (Princess, Tangerine 1963)
Rhoda Scott, Splanky (Hey! Hey! Hey!, Tru-Sound 1962)
Jimmy McGriff, I’ve Got A New Woman (I’ve Got A New Woman, Solid State 1967)
Jackie Ivory, Lonely Avenue (Soul Discovery, Atco 1965)
Johnny “Hammond” Smith, Black Coffee (Black Coffee, Prestige 1963)
Curtis Amy & Paul Bryant, Searchin’ (The Blues Message, Pacific Jazz 1960)
Tommy Wills, Back At The Chicken Shack
(Man With A Horn, Terry-Gregory Records 1969

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