00:00:00 root down and get it 00:12:42 flamingo 00:20:45 I got my mojo workin´ 00:28:42 in a mellow tone 00:33:02 blues after all 00:39:09 st. louis blues 00:47.52 c jam blues 00:51:43 when johnny comes marching home 00:59:46 prayers meeting 01:05:31 on the sunny side of the street 01:11:18 my one and only love 01:16:31 midnight special *compilation
@Teuvo Mikkonen On Flamingo, it sounds very much like Lee Morgan to me, but I don't know for certain
@Teuvo Mikkonen depends on the track because this is a compilation
Who´s playing trumpet?
Thank You very much. Never heard this till now.
Hammond B3: Jimmy Smith Electric Bass: Wilton Felder Drums: Paul Humphrey Guitar: Arthur Adams
Fantastic set of tunes. Thanks for uploading!
Jimmy*s Ears Allow Him To Play All Of Everything
This is so freaking good!! Who are the drummer and the guitarist on the first track??
But it's not! It's Paul Humphrey. Arthur Adams on gtr, Wilton Felder bs.; Buck Clark conga.
Sounds like Bernard Purdie on drums.
Aw man.. and I was like those Beastie Boys figured out how to make music from scratch. It was a decent cover anyway..
I’ll Never forget him Newport ‘69 leading all-star jam… though all these years later I can’t remember any of the “all-stars”! 🤣😂🤣
Too good food for the soul..
The bassist on this album played the famous line on The Jackson's "I Want Ya Back."
I was struck immediately by the bass - as Jimmy so often didn't play with a bassist
Blue Born I do thank you via Jimmy Smith & friends musicians with a big B̲lue̲s̲ A̲fte̲r A̲ll🕺 🎼💖╰⊰✿🎼🎵 🎹
Now I know where the beastie got their samplers from..
@gustavo filho of course...whatabout?
@Blue Born The beastie boys I mean....
I remember as a young child in the 1960s being hypnotized by the spinning record label on the turntable of my family's Hi-fi Stereo Credenza in the living-room. It was all off-limits; being in the living room while my parents were out, playing the stereo/'furniture', nor touching my parents sacred jazz records. Standing there, transfixed, listening to the likes of Jimmy Smith and Richard "Groove" Holmes was like eavesdropping on 'grown folks' conversations. I savored every word, er, note. How great it is to think of some young person's ears being piqued just like mine. Keep it up, man!
@greg fechik oh man, you deserve a paypal help
I brought my daughters up on jazz and they were always allowed to play those records. When my older daughter comes over to visit, I find that my record collection shrinks. And I'm ok with that.
@Howard Robinson Motorola and Zenith...
Our credenza - oh my, haven't heard that word in decades! - was a Zenith. Had AM/FM, turntable that had 78, 45, and 33rpm, and an 8-track. Early 70s. I listened to the Beatles 67- 70, Foreigner's first album, and of course so much more.
(your words smell like a book by Herman Hesse... I mean it in the best of senses ... I'm really excited because something similar has happened to me many many years ago) Thanks mate
Jimmy Smith - undisputed master of the blues organ. If there's one post apocalyptic reality one must re-experience over and over again let it be: Back At The Chicken Shack. Ooga Booga!
Got my MoJo going..🤗👍❤️❤️❤️🎶🎵🎵🎵🎶🎵🎶🎵🎶🎵🎶😎
Beastie boys, sampled root down.
whoa! Jimmy plays the Beastie Boys! this is cool stuff
@Sean Hennessey ..."could hear a mouse pissing in cottn" lol. By the way man, thanks for stoppin´by. Stay tuned!
@Blue Born ah, OK, thanks, I should have figured...I saw Smith once in Oakland, he cracked me up by silencing a chatty crowd by saying that he has super ears and "could hear a mouse pissing in cottn" and for the crowd to quiet down...it still is one of the super stage lines I have heard...excellent show, too
actually, in 1994 BB sampled a 1972 smith´s song called root down (and get it)
Beauty like Tom Jobim & Stan Getz
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i may be wrong but isnt the LP called House party?
Saw him in Montreal late 70's a table in front in a small bar (Rising Sun)
Awesome memories my friend! Cheers
Спасибо Вам за хорошее настроение. Это один из любимых мной исполнителей игры на Hammond
What he said/She said
этот человек - король хаммонда
Great music. Hearing it sounds like it's late night in the 90s and I'm about to hear some standup comedy!
@Soren Jones Yeah, they were playing this stuff on those shows in the 90s precisely because it was *the coolest* music out there.
haha, this is 60s, 70s music boys. Never got better though, and comedy cats are hip...
I also love the 90s, the best time of my young adult life - 23 to 33 years-old !!!
super! thanks again
Hand guns. I have never met a person who should have one. The stats bear me out. Rifles to kill to eat maybe. So. automatic rifles for everybody. I could live with that. You couldn't go anywhere without one. Excuse me, that tea is too cold. DDDDDDrrrrrrrrr. No more cold tea. That muffin is too toasted. Too toasted. FFFDDDFFGGGG Fuvk me, have you seen the tiny slab of butter they expect me to put on that? Fuck. mcmkmmvovjjisjvdddddddjijgijgigjDDDDDDDDDDDD.
Although I did worry about the rain coming in on an untidy seal. What the fuck do I know about an untidy seal. The man who came didn't want to know a single thought I had and only left in a fog. The air was filled with ignorance. Shit me that is jass.
If I am having a bath, you can all join in.
You can do what you fucking like.
I only went for a slash. I see a crown of trees with my dick out. I really do. I asked the double glazier to put plane glass upstairs. People think about it.
If shops had this.
The best card game is always some nail in a coffin.
A pack of cards. Pattern on the back and the fucking UNKNOWN underneath. Had to work some fingers to make that lie happen. I like the tak.
Always thought Jimmy SMith would be stuffy as hell but holy shit this is funky
JOS...stuffy? Way to go announcing your own dumbassery.
What about puting the muscicians names.
@Ricardo Moraes Bressan greetings from NYC!
@Blue Born thank, salutes from Brasil !
@Derya Ataker , indeed, kinda wah-wah watson- late seventies stuff
@Blue Born Thanx! sounds like maybe late 70s????
39 seconds into this and I am hooked for life to these guys. Hooked, as in proper hooked.
Yes sir 👍🏾💯💯💯!!!
still love it!!
who is the guitar player on track one????
@Ludwig SMODILLA Hammond B3: Jimmy Smith Electric Bass: Wilton Felder Drums: Paul Humphrey Guitar: Arthur Adams
On Bass ?
@Cody Dafoe n.a.a mate
@Blue Born thank you
thanks a bunch my friendo
New to the channel. Amazing start to a relationship. :-) Keep up the great work.
Put on my Beatle Boots..James & Wes.♡
thanks, you´re welcome mate
As a , dance addresses several of the problems that come with Parkinson's Disease. It provides regular social interaction for people who have this condition, has a positive effect on their mental well-being, and it improves their movement and balance.
so, let´s dance buddy
🎵🎶 😎👌 🎶🎵 🎶
ooooh yeahhhhhhhhh! Grandiose! Thanks for the introduction to it. Feel like I need to put on my bell bottoms and groove.
saw him at the Bon Ton Club in Buffalo in '65 and he set my musical course since then.
Ahhh. So that is where the Beastie Boys got the outstanding samples for their song "Root Down"
@Mousse Tache - Oh ok
@norakatUh...NOPE! Everywhere on the Internet it states the Beasties sampled the song by Jimmy Smith. Even the liner notes on the Beasties' EP "Root Down" states "Contains Samples From 'Root Down (And Get It)' Performed By Jimmy Smith"
@norakat "Root down (and get it)" was definitely sampled by the Beastie Boys for the song "Root down". If you listen closely it is obvious. They even used the turntable slowing down trick on the organ part.
I don’t think it was sampled though. I think they replayed it like a cover with their own twists.
@Mousse Tache @Blue Born Either way, both songs are, to quote Beastie Mike D, "OH MY GOD, That's the funky sh_t!"
You kiddin me!!! Thanks!!
So coooooool ! I love it !
Blue Born, I am trying to wean myself off your channel. It is not working. Keep up the good stuff.
@Jazz Corner thkns a bunch my friend
@Blue Born You have a most beautiful collection. It is always a pleasure to listen to. I never understood the copyright thing when people like yourself and others are actually promoting long forgotten and never heard of artist to a new young Jazz listeners are discovering these wonderful treasures.
@Jazz Corner My friend: 90% of the albums I have at home cannot be published.The reason? Copyright. Have you seen any good jazz album published lately on another channel? Well, surely that album is part of my collection 'cuz I have more than 10 thousand titles but, when I try to publish it, YT just blocks it. Maybe those channels publish from the Philippines or Paraguay while I do it from Manhattan...Anyway, the real point is: I do what I can, not what I want.
@Blue Born I did nor say I was leaving (lol)
thanks for your wise advice, it was good to have you here all this time, good luck in life my friend!
Mr. Hammond take it away.
Clap Your Hands👏👏👏
Feelin' it=======Nothin' Better
Every part of my body was moving. Including the part between my ears.