Jimmy Smith 1964-1965

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In his years with Verve, Jimmy Smith and his jaunty jazz organ made four appearances on Billboard's hit-singles charts with his recordings of contemporary movie themes.
This album, arranged by Lalo Schifrin, features selections from two film scores (including "The Cat," for which composer Schifrin won a Grammy),some big-band style orchestrations, and plenty of blues.
In 1964 this release defied the boundaries of idiom, appealing to a huge audience of jazz,
r&b, and pop fans.
Original Recordings Produced by Creed Taylor
The Cat - Jimmy Smith 
Recorded 1964 at Van Gelder Recording Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey; tracks 1, 4,
and 7 on April 27; tracks 2, 3, 5, 6, and 8 on April 29
The Cat is an album by Jimmy Smith, released in 1964 by Verve Records.
It features the sound of Smith's Hammond B-3 organ with big band arrangements
by composer Lalo Schifrin. The album reached number 12 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart.
   Set List:
   1. Theme from Joy House
   2. The Cat (From Joy House)
   3. Basin Street Blues
   4. Main Title from The Carpetbaggers
   5. Chicago Serenade
   6. St. Louis Blues
   7. Delon's Blues
   8. Blues in the Night
   Ficha Técnica:
   Jimmy Smith – organ
   Ray Alonge – french horn
   Jimmy Buffington – french horn
   Kenny Burrell – guitar
   Don Butterfield – tuba
   Earl Chapin – french horn
   Jimmy Cleveland – trombone
   Bill Correa – french horn
   George Duvivier – bass
   Bernie Glow – trumpet
   Urbie Green– trombone
   Thad Jones – trumpet
   Phil Kraus – percussion
   Jimmy Maxwell – trumpet
   Marky Markowitz – trumpet
   Ernie Royal – trumpet
   Lalo Schifrin – arranger, conductor
   Tony Studd – bass trombone
   Grady Tate – drums
   Snooky Young – trumpet
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"To many," Al Young writes, the organ "truly did belong in church, in classical music,
in movie palaces, or at the roller rink — anyplace but in jazz.
In the end, it was fans and listeners who turned the tide — people for whom jazz was still
a functioning social music." Jimmy Smith was the Hammond organ soloist most determined to
break with the instrument’s past, incorporate modern idioms,
and yet find his way to a new popular acceptance of the instrument, his ideas,
and jazz itself.
Kenny Burrell and Grady Tate are the perfect accompanists for Smith’s organ-grinding,
and the three musicians produced a true hit here with the title track.
Set List:
   01 The Organ Grinder Swing
   02 Oh No, Babe
   03 Blues for J
   04 Greensleeves
   05 I´ll Close My Eyes
   06 Satin Doll
Recorded June 1965 at Van Gelder Recording Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ:
Tracks 2 and 6 on June 15
Tracks 1 and 3-5 on June 16
Original recordings produced by Creed Taylor
Recorded by Rudy Van Gelder

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Got My Mojo Workin
Set List
   01 Hi-Heel Sneakers           
   02 (I Can't Get No) Satifaction
   03 1-2-3                      
   04 Mustard Greens             
   05 Got My Mojo Working        
   06 Johnny Come Lately         
   07 C Jam Blues                
   08 Hobson's Hop
Ficha Técnica
Organ: Jimmy Smith
Arr/Cond: Oliver Nelson
Saxophone:Jerome Richardson (Baritone)
               Phil Woods (Alto)
               Romeo Penque
Flute: Romeo Penque     
Trumpet: Ernie Royal    
Guitar: Kenny Burrell     
Bass:Ron Carter
       Ben Tucker
       George Duvivier
Drums: Grady Tate     
Tech producer: Creed Taylor     
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder     
Dir.of Eng.: Val Valentin
recording dates studio label cat no.
a 16/12/65
b 17/12/65
Van Gelderg Studios, Englewood Cliffs, N.J. Verve  V-8641
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