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Odell Brown - Odell Brown Plays Otis Redding


Orghammogram focus

Dr. Lonnie Smith quote
I really was thinking Jimmy Smith but it just always came out different


Billy Larkin & The Delegates - Dr. Feelgood

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You might not know but the blog section of The Hammond Jazz Inventory is open for anyone who has something to say about a topic related to Hammond Jazz, or Organ Jazz if you want. Do you have an article you want to have published, please let us know here.


Medeski, Martin & Wood - Combustication

Jimmy Smith quote
I copped my solos from horn players. I don't listen to keyboard players. I can't get what I want from keyboard players.


Pete Levin - Deacon Blues


Big John Patton - Let 'Em Roll


Erminero, Collazzoni, Fewell, Canzano - New Island


Jimmy Smith - Portuguese Soul


Jimmy Smith - Groovin' At Smalls' Paradise


Stan Hunter & Sonny Fortune - Trip On The Strip

Who's who, part 1

As you might know we are trying to build a huge Hammond Organ Jazz discography at The Hammond Jazz Inventory. You can access that discography through the "Inventory" menu in the main menu bar or you can search it using the search textbox at the upper right corner of this site. While gathering information for different reason we sometimes run into questions. For example:

Is Jerome Richardson (Soprano sax, Tenor sax, Alt sax and Bariton sax) who plays on the album A Bag Full Of Blues by Jimmy McGriff the same Jerome Richardson who on plays on the album Stay Loose by Jimmy Smith? And another one: Is Richard Davis (Bass) on the same album, A Bag Full of Blues by Jimmy McGriff, the same Richard Davis who plays on Check This Out by Jack McDuff?

On all question we assumed the answer is yes. But is that right? If you know please write a comment or send us a message using the contact page. As the title implies, we have a lot more. They'll surely come later.

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