Jazz organist Jimmy Smith popularized the use of Hammond organ in jazz music and is credited with having invented the soul jazz style. Many of his albums are classics and his influence is omnipresent in the jazz world. for this 1966 release on Verve, Smith once again revisits classic blues tunes with his magic 'Organ Grinder' touch, giving US memorable versions of 'Hoochie Cooche Man', 'Boom Boom', 'One Mint Julep', and Tommy Tucker's 1964 R&B anthem 'Hi-Heel Sneakers' as bonus track.
I'm Your Hoochie Cooche Man
One Mint Julep
Ain't That Just Like a Woman
Blues and the Abstract Truth
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