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Geoff Smith - Jazz Cafe album

Geoff Smith - Jazz Cafe album
  • Performer Geoff Smith
  • Title Jazz Cafe
  • Date of release 1997
  • Other formats AU TTA AHX APE MP1 MP4 ASF
  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1315 mb
  • Size FLAC 1394 mb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 492

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Lonnie Smith (born July 3, 1942), styled Dr. Lonnie Smith, is an American jazz Hammond B3 organist who was a member of the George Benson quartet in the 1960s. He recorded albums with saxophonist Lou Donaldson for Blue Note before being signed as a solo act. He owns the label Pilgrimage. He was born in Lackawanna, New York, into a family with a vocal group and radio program. Smith says that his mother was a major influence on him musically, as she introduced him to gospel, classical, and jazz music.

Ginger Baker (Jazz Café, 3 April 2018. Ginger Baker has never lost his musical vision. In the notes to his 1998 album, Coward of the Country, he stated that the two great loves of his life were 'jazz and polo', and that his 'drum heroes who became dear friends' were Phil Seamen, Art Blakey, Max Roach and Elvin Jones. Ginger Baker was a jazz player, so were Dick Heckstall-Smith, Graham Bond and Johnny Parker. From different schools perhaps, but all jazz players. Technically, Blues Incorporated was the first professional British blues band.

Smith’s rising career reaches a new benchmark with the release of his bandleader debut, KINFOLK: Postcards from Everywhere, on which he fuses his original modern jazz compositions with R&B, pop, and hip-hop. Line up. Nate Smith + Kinfolk. Since moving from Chesapeake, Virginia to New York City in 2001, Nate Smith has helped reinvigorate the international jazz scene with his visceral style of drumming by playing with such esteemed leading lights as bassist Dave Holland, saxophonists Chris Potter and Ravi Coltrane, and singers Patricia Barber, Somi, and José James. Smith’s rising career reaches a new benchmark with the release of his bandleader debut, KINFOLK: Postcards from Everywhere, on which he fuses his original modern jazz compositions with R&B, pop, and hip-hop.

Live at the Jazz Cafe (D'Angelo album). Live at the Jazz Cafe is a live album by American R&B and neo soul musician D'Angelo, released on June 30, 1998, on EMI Records. It was later released in Japan on December 7, 1999, with a bonus track. The live recordings are taken from D'Angelo's appearance at the Jazz Café in London, England, on September 14, 1995.

Louis Prima & Keely Smith Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.

Tracklist

1 The Verve 2:29
2 Blue Note 2:13
3 Acid Jazz 2:04
4 Rhythm Of Life 2:02
5 Funk Stew 2:11
6 Hot'n Cool 2:03
7 Swing Thing 2:18
8 The Jazz Tip 2:06
9 Mister Mellow 2:25
10 Rare Groove 1:51
11 Re Bop 1:59

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Ronnie Scott's