Alto Saxophone – Lou DonaldsonDrums – Donald BaileyGuitar – Eddie McFadden
Drums – Art Blakey
|3||Buns A Plenty|
Drums – Donald BaileyGuitar – Eddie McFadden
Alto Saxophone – Lou DonaldsonDrums – Art BlakeyGuitar – Kenny Burrell
|1552, BLP 1552||Jimmy Smith||Jimmy Smith At The Organ (Volume 2) (LP, Album, Mono)||Blue Note, Blue Note||1552, BLP 1552||US||1957|
|1552, BLP 1552||Jimmy Smith||Jimmy Smith At The Organ (Volume 2) (LP, Album, Mono, RP, New)||Blue Note, Blue Note||1552, BLP 1552||US||1962|
|BLP 1552, BST 81552||Jimmy Smith||Jimmy Smith At The Organ (Volume 2) (LP, Album)||Blue Note, Blue Note||BLP 1552, BST 81552||US||1970|
|BNLP-12108, BNLP12.108||Jimmy Smith||Jimmy Smith At The Organ, Volume 2 (LP, Album)||Blue Note, Blue Note||BNLP-12108, BNLP12.108||Brazil||1976|
|BLP-1552||Jimmy Smith||Jimmy Smith At The Organ, Volume 2 (LP, Album)||Blue Note||BLP-1552||Japan||1984|
- Design [Cover] – Reid Miles
- Liner Notes – Robert Levin
- Organ – Jimmy Smith
- Photography By [Photos] – Francis Wolff
- Producer – Alfred Lion
- Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
Recorded at Manhattan Towers, NYC, February 12 & 13, 1957.
Blue Label with White B.
Likely released between 1975 and 1979.
- Recorded At – Manhattan Towers
- Record Company – Blue Note Records Inc.
- Manufactured By – United Artists Music And Records Group, Inc.
Jimmy Smith At the Organ, Vol. 2 : The Champ - Jimmy Smith. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. A New Sound A New Star: Jimmy Smith at the Organ Volume 2 also released as The Champ is an album by Jimmy Smith. The trio recording was made at Van Gelder Studio on March 27, 1956, and was released by Blue Note Records. The album was rereleased on CD combined with Smith's first LP, A New Sound. A New Star. and the following The Incredible Jimmy Smith at the Organ. Songs in album Jimmy Smith - Jimmy Smith at the Organ, Vol. This interesting record features Jimmy Smith in a duet titled The Duel with drummer Art Blakey, jamming with his trio that includes guitarist Eddie McFadden and drummer Donald Bailey on Buns a Plenty and Plum Nellie, and interacting with guitarist Kenny Burrell, drummer Blakey, and altoist Lou Donaldson on Billie's Bounce. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Jimmy Smith. Buns a Plenty, 06:56. Now playing . A New Sound A New Star: Jimmy Smith at the Organ Volume 2 also released as The Champ is the second album by American jazz organist Jimmy Smith featuring performances recorded in 1956 and released on the Blue Note label. The album was rereleased on CD combined with Smith's debut LP A New Sound. 1 Reception. 2 Track listing. 3 Personnel. 4 References. Track listing. All compositions by Jimmy Smith except as indicated. The Champ Dizzy Gillespie 8:36. JIMMY SMITH - LIVE THE ORGAN GRINDER'S SWING - Продолжительность: 2:31 dragongoff 5. Idle Moments Incredible Jimmy Smith At Club Baby Grand Wilmington, Delaware Volume 2 Blue Note BLP 1529. Jimmy Smith, organ Thornel Schwartz, guitar Donald Bailey, drums Mitch Thomas, announcer. same personnel. Club Baby Grand, Wilmington, DE, afternoon 2nd set, August 4, 1956. Best known as a jazz musician who performed on the Hammond B-3 electric organ, which helped to popularize the instrument greatly. In 2005, Smith was awarded the NEA Jazz Masters Award from the National Endowment for the Arts, the highest honour that a US jazz musician can attain. Nei gruppi: Don Gardner Trio, Jimmy Smith And The Big Band, Jimmy Smith Trio. Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto Jimmy Smith. Jimmy Smith uDiscover artist page featuring curated audio playlist streams, videos, photos, social feeds, album tracks & original artist biography. Jimmy Smith at the Organ, Volume 1 in 1956, followed by Volume 2 the same year. Other highlights of his time with the label included Groovin at Smalls Paradise 1957, Back At The Chicken Shack 1960 and Prayer Meetin 1963. Jimmy Smith moved to Verve in 1962 where he immediately released a critical and commercial success in the form of Bashin: The Unpredictable Jimmy Smith, which included the hit track Walk On The Wild Side. A song written by Elmer Bernstein, it was the title track to a movie