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Jimmy Smith & Wes Montgomery - Jimmy & Wes The Dynamic Duo

Orghammogram focus

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

John Abercrombie - While We're Young

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

Jerry Weldon

Lou Donaldson quote
...the pulse is what really brings people to the music even rap musicians are smart enough to make a rhythm track first. Unfortunately, they start rapping on top of it...

John Scofield - Groove Elation

Bruno Erminero - Christmas Jazz

Lou Donaldson - Caracas

Tony Monaco - Fiery Blues

Barbara Dennerlein - Junkanoo

Jimmy Smith & Joey DeFrancesco

Introducing orghammospheres

A detail of Gary Chandler's orghammosphere
On top of our world famous orghammograms we now offer live animated orghammospheres. These in place morphing graphic representations of relationship between musicians that recorded together - on one or more jazz/funk/blues albums on which the organ plays a significant role - enable enhanced navigation through the contents of The Hammond Jazz Inventory. Orghammospheres can be reached from every musicians detail pages. When the orghammosphere for an artist is available for display you can click the highlighted word "Browse" to get to it.
How to get there

When we exam the statistics of about the last 10.000 visitors, we can see chances are around 50% you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer. That's a shame. We always try to design our pages to be suitable for all browsers out there but for orghammospheres we didn't reach that goal. They are best viewed with any browser except Microsoft Internet Explorer. Startup Firefox and jump in the orghammospheres of Reuben Wilson, Bob DeVos, Freddie Roach or any other musician you can find in the The Hammond Jazz Inventory.

We would like to thank Nicolas Garcia Belmonte who wrote the jit library that enabled orghammospheres. Technically interested organ jazz lovers can read the nitty gritty details here.

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