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Jimmy McGriff Organ And Blues Band - The Worm (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. And few would master the jazz organ sound like Jimmy McGriff, who served up heaping slabs of greasy cheesesteak funk on and off for four decades until his death this week, at 72, of multiple.
  2. Dec 04,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Jimmy McGriff - A Thing To Come By (FULL ALBUM) [Jazz Blues/Jazz-Funk] YouTube Jimmy Smith - The Sermon - Duration: JazzTuna 1,, views.
  3. Step 1, an Album by Jimmy McGriff Organ & Blues Band. Released in May on Solid State (catalog no. SS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Soul Jazz. Featured peformers: Jimmy McGriff (organ), Blue Mitchell (trumpet), Danny Turner (alto saxophone), Arthur "Fats" Theus (tenor saxophone), Bob Ashton (baritone saxophone), Larry Frazier (guitar), Jesse Kilpatrick, Jr. .
  4. JIMMY MCGRIFF ORGAN AND BLUES BAND - STEP 1 Vinyl LP Fats Theus Soul Jazz! $ shipping: + $ shipping. Soul Sugar by Jimmy McGriff (Vinyl LP, Colored Pink/Gold) $ Jimmy McGriff Organ And Blues Band - The Worm LP VG+ SS Vinyl Record. $ shipping: + $ shipping. Jimmy McGriff - Fly Dude LP VG+ GM Vinyl End date: Aug 03,
  5. On All About Jazz, Douglas Payne noted "It's nice to hear Jimmy McGriff like this, and I highly recommend The Dream Team to the McGriff mob and those folks into some good contemporary acid jazz". In JazzTimes, David Franklin wrote "For that good ol’ blues-drenched, Hammond Bstyle-jazz, you can’t do much better than this.
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  7. The Washington Post's Mike Joyce wrote: "Jazz organist Jimmy McGriff demonstrates on The Groover that no musician has a monopoly on the blues. Certainly not these blues -- the late-night, after-hours kind that once routinely spilled from tired jukeboxes at closing time The Groover lives up to its title and a tradition well worth renewing".
  8. Jimmy Smith may be crowned of soul jazz, McGriff does the genre as well. The blues structures are the same, but McGriff used bigger horn arrangements--I know, Smith did those albums with Oliver Nelson and Lalo Shifrin, but McGriff used horns on his routine one offs. McGriff also has a heavier touch on the organ, and in general, drives the /5(14).

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