The Exciting Jimmy Smith With The Don Gardner Trio (LP, Album, Mono). Custom Records (2). CM 2030. The Exciting Jimmy Smith With The Don Gardner Trio (LP, Album). CS 1030.
Crown Clp-5355 - The Don Gardner Trio Featuring Jimmy Smith And Bill Davis - 1963 Tracks: It's A Sin To Tell A Lie, Good Rockin', Sorrento, Hands Off, Hobo, Paradise Found, You Feel It, Oh Marie, Blue Blue Day, More Soul. Sue 1044 - Don Gardner And Dee Dee Ford In Sweden - 1966 Tracks: What'd I Say, Twistin' The Night Away, Ole Man River, Bonanza, Excedrin /// Shiny Stockings, Splanky, Last Night, Take Five /Walkin'. Guest Star G-1915 - Wilson Lewes Quartet, Don Gardner Trio Featuring Jimmy Smith - ? Tracks: . Discography by John Smith & Dave Rimmer with additions from Bosko Asanovic, Gene Robertson, Benji Schlamp, & tors.
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House Party is the fourteenth album by American jazz organist Jimmy Smith featuring performances recorded in 1957 and 1958 and released on the Blue Note label. The album was rereleased on CD with one bonus track. Rudy Van Gelder used the Manhattan Towers Hotel Ballroom in New York City for recording sessions in 1957-1958, while he was still using his parents' Hackensack, . home studio to record artists for Blue Note.
Jimmy Smith fans will be happy to know that there are 3 trio tracks without Lou, who is not heard on Round Midnight, Darn That Dream and Cha Cha J. Lou solos on the 4 other tracks including Soft Winds and the ballad Street of Dreams. This was not recorded at Rudy Van Gelder's but at Manhattan Towers in NYC. The companion CD is the all trio Cherokee. This is a great 1957 session by the Jimmy Smith Trio and Lou Donaldson. A fine clollection of bebop & ballads that display excellent communication between these two giants + Eddie McFadden on guitar and Donald Bailey on drums. From the opening swinging salvo of "Soft Winds" to the closing track of early latin bebop in the form of "Cha-Cha", this gem of an album is a not to be missed audio treat.
James Oscar Smith (December 8, 1925 or 1928 – February 8, 2005) was an American jazz musician whose albums often charted on Billboard magazine. In 2005, Smith was awarded the NEA Jazz Masters Award from the National Endowment for the Arts, the highest honor that America bestows upon jazz musicians.
Theoretically, the pairing of Jimmy Smith and Lou Donaldson is a smart idea. Both musicians were instrumental in the development of soul-jazz and were recognized as among the leaders of their genre. Instead of catching fire, however, Jimmy Smith Trio + LD, falls flat. There are a few moments that fulfill the duo's potential - both Smith and Donaldson trade hot lines on "Star Eyes" - but in general, the session is bland but pleasant offering nothing truly memorable.