Hip Cake Walk is an album by organist Don Patterson recorded in 1964 and released on the Prestige label. “Organist Don Patterson went through a richly productive period in the ’60s, fashioning a fortress of [More]
The Prophet is an album by jazz organist Johnny Hammond recorded for the Kudu label (a subsidiary of CTI Records) in 1972. Track listing: “Prophet” (Alfred Ellis) – 7:35 “Tomorrow Belongs to the Children” (Bob [More]
One for Me is an album by organist Shirley Scott recorded in 1974 and released on the Strata-East label. “The record is a beauty with Harold Vick, perhaps the most suited and sensitive horn player [More]
The Boss Men is an album by organist Don Patterson with saxophonist Sonny Stitt and drummer Billy James recorded in late 1965 and released on the Prestige label. “The Prestige brass and listeners alike recognized [More]
My People (Soul People) is an album by American organist Freddie Roach released on Prestige in late 1967, his final one for the label. Roach plays here for the first time the flute and the [More]
Young Blues is the second album led by jazz organist Larry Young which was recorded in 1960 and released on the New Jazz label. “Organist Larry Young’s second recording (cut shortly before he turned 20) [More]
Six Views of the Blues is an album by American jazz organist Jimmy Smith featuring performances recorded in 1958 but not released on the Blue Note label until 1999. Originally the single “The Swingin’ Shepherd [More]
Love Potion #9 is an album by jazz organist Johnny “Hammond” Smith recorded for the Prestige label in 1966. “A fairly typical mid-’60s soul-jazz effort by Johnny “Hammond” Smith. This LP (not yet reissued on [More]
Tell It Like It Tis is an album led by organist Richard “Groove” Holmes recorded in 1961 and 1962 and released on the Pacific Jazz label in 1966. “Very fine Hammond B-3 with Holmes, Gene [More]
“This excellent CD features organist Charles Earland, guitarist Bobby Broom, drummer Buddy Williams and percussionist Ralph Dorsey being joined by trumpeter Lew Soloff and either Grover Washington (on two songs) or David Newman (appearing on [More]