FOURMOST captures the collaborative efforts of drummer Grady Tate, tenor saxman Stanley Turrentine, long-time Smith guitarist Kenny Burrell and the master organist himself, as they groove through a sizzling live set. Recorded in 1990 at Fat Tuesday's in New York City, the show overflows with the kind of evocative, free-flowing yet tightly disciplined artistry one has come to expect from Smith. ...See Full Description
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|1||Midnight Special See All 12||6:44|| $0.99|
|2||Main Stem||6:42|| $0.99|
|3||Summertime See All 13||8:12|
|4||Things Ain'T What They Used To Be||6:19|| $0.99|
|6||My Funny Valentine See All 15||5:52|| $0.99|
|7||Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars See All 2||10:50|
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||Live magic from Jimmy|
Not only is the album memorable, but this Quartet (Herman Riley replacing Stanley) gave the Hammond B3 fans three memorable and unforgettable concert nights at the 1992 Molde Jazz Festival.
By HammondFreak (Oslo, Norway)
||Smith-Burrell sound at the best|
This is a superior - live- masterpiece from Smith, Burrell and Company. Great fusion between sounds from B3-Hammond, electric guitar and saxophone.
By a reviewer (Milan, Italy)
||Superior work by Smith & Co.|
I am building my collection of jazz organ recordings. A couple of months ago I stumbled on this album. It is far better than most Jimmy Smith records, not because the others are bad, but because this is superior jazz.
By a reviewer (Hudson, OH, USA)
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|CD Universe Part number||1035318|
|Release Date||Jul 01, 1991|
|Engineer||David Hewitt; Brian Leskowicz; Dave Roberts; Angel Balestier; Phil Gitomer|
|Recording Time||54 minutes|
|Personnel||Jimmy Smith - organ|
Also: Kenny Burrell, Grady Tate, Stanley Turrentine
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