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Johnny Hammond Smith - What's Goin' On? - Killer Hammoond B3 Soul Jazz Remake
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Johnny Hammond Smith - What's Goin' On?
Prestige USA LP
Record is VG+ light marks only
cover has wear and ringwear ( see our pic)

70`s original Prestige
LP ALBUM
1. What's Goin' On?
2. Smokin' Kool
3. L&J
4. I'll Be There
5. Between the Sheets

Grover Washington Jr. (ts)
Johnny "Hammond" Smith (org)
James Clark (g)
Ted Dunbar (g)
Jimmy Lewis (el-b)
Eddie Gee (d)
& others...
Recorded: Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1971

Johnny "Hammond" Smith (born John Robert Smith), also known since 1971 as Johnny Hammond, was an American soul jazz and hard bop organist born in Louisville, Kentucky on December 16, 1933 and who died in Chicago on June 4, 1997. Smith was a renowned player of the Hammond B-3 organ, thus earning "Hammond" as a nickname. One of his bands featured Etta Jones and Houston Person.

Smith recorded a series of albums on the well-regarded CTI Records (Creed Taylor) jazz record label. Hammond's song "Shifting Gears" was featured on the breakbeat compilation Ultimate Breaks and Beats, and was also featured in the soundtrack of the 2006 video game Driver: Parallel Lines as well. Smith also taught at the Cal Poly Pomona music department for several years, beginning in January 1987

This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 30 December, 2007.

 
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