Jimmy Smith - Groovin' At Smalls Paradise [LP]
Blue Note co-founder Francis Wolff once recalled: ''I first heard Jimmy Smith at Smalls’ Paradise in January of 1956.
It was his first gig in New York. He was a stunning sight. A man in convulsions, face contorted, crouched over in
apparent agony, his fingers flying, his feet dancing over the pedals. The air was filled with waves of sound I had
never heard before.'' After discovering Smith, Alfred Lion recorded the Hammond B3 organ virtuoso no less than 14
times in 1956-57.
1. After Hours, 2. My Funny Valentine
1. Slightly Monkish, 2. Laura
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