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A Date With Jimmy Smith (Volume One)

Jimmy Smith

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1.1
Falling In Love With Love
Jimmy Smith
12:06
1.2
How High The Moon
Jimmy Smith
5:57
1.3
Funk's Oats
Jimmy Smith
15:54
Total Playing Time    33:57
"Smith ignited a jazz revolution on an instrument associated at the time with ballparks ..."
- All About Jazz

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After recording five albums with his trio, in 1957 organist Jimmy Smith went into the studio with trumpeter Donald Byrd, alto saxophonist Lou Donaldson and tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley in a sextet that also included guitarist Eddie McFadden and drummer Art Blakey. Among the five songs they recorded, two are included on this album: lengthy versions of Falling In Love With Love and Funk's Oats along with a shorter rendition of How High The Moon from a previous session with McFadden and drummer Donald Bailey in a trio.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blue Note Records Studio Masters

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