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All In My Mind

Dr. Lonnie Smith

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1
JuJu
Dr. Lonnie Smith
8:18
2
Devika
Dr. Lonnie Smith
6:56
3
50 Ways To Leave Your Lover
Dr. Lonnie Smith
9:28
4
On A Misty Night
Dr. Lonnie Smith
7:45
5
Alhambra
Dr. Lonnie Smith
9:51
6
All In My Mind
Dr. Lonnie Smith
8:21
7
Up Jumped Spring
Dr. Lonnie Smith
5:58
Total Playing Time    56:37
Legendary organ player Dr. Lonnie Smith presents All in My Mind, a spirited live trio album recording during his 2016 75th birthday celebration at New York City's Jazz Standard. A master of innovation and experimentation, Smith's rendition of the seven pieces on this release feature the immense sonic capabilities of the Hammond B-3 and the support from guitarist Jonathan Kreisberg and drummer Johnathan Blake have Smith sparkling throughout.

"My group is a brotherhood, a dedicated family. They are the heartbeat of the music. They know what I'm trying to do, and they enhance what I play. I play in the moment all the time, and they adjust and are there for me."
- Dr. Lonne Smith
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – UMG Recordings Studio Masters

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