'This two-fer combines two early-'60s dates for Johnny 'Hammond' Smith, a gifted organist who had the chops to play more complex jazz changes while keeping the groove deep. Both of these dates were originally released on Riverside. Black Coffee, a club gig, was issued in 1962 with a lineup of saxophonist Seldon Powell, guitarist Eddie McFadden, and drummer Leo Stevens. Smith walks the line between beautifully rendered standards such as 'Body and Soul' and 'I Remember Clifford,' as well as some hard-edged soul-jazz stompers including the title track and his own 'Rufus Toofus.' NEW DIGITAL REMASTER FULL LP-ARTWORKS IN BOOKLET Personnel: Johnny 'Hammond' Smith - organ Eddie McFadden - guitar Leo Stevens - drums Sonny Williams - trumper Seldon Powell - tenor saxophone Houston Person - tenor saxophone tracklist: Black Coffee (Riverside RS 9442) 01. Black Coffee 02. Monterey Theme 03.
Black Coffee is a live album by jazz organist Johnny 'Hammond' Smith which was recorded in New Haven, Connecticut in 1962 and released on the Riverside label. Johnny 'Hammond' Smith • Higher Ground.rar. Johnny ‘Hammond’ Smith • Black Coffee.rar. Johnny 'Hammond' Smith • All Soul.rar.
I Remember Clifford 04. Far Away Places 05. Rufus Toofus 06.
Body And Soul 07. He's A Real Gone Guy Mr. Wonderful (Riverside RS 9466) 08. Blues For De-De 09. Wonderful 10. Lambert's Lodge 12.
Love Letters 13. Blues On Sunday 14. Departure 15.
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