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Jimmy Smith - Softly As A Summer Breeze (1958) 320 kbps

18-02-2016, 21:56

Title: Softly As A Summer Breeze
Year Of Release: 1958
Label: Blue Note
Genre: Jazz, Post Bop
Quality: MP3/320 kbps
Total Time: 49:56
Total Size: 119 MB(+3%)


01. These Foolish Things (5:30)
02. Hackensack (6:01)
03. It Could Happen To You (6:19)
04. Sometimes I'm Happy (8:23)
05. Someone To Watch Over Me (6:33)
06. Home Cookin' (aka One For Philly Joe) (4:49)
07. Willow Weep For Me (3:26)
08. Ain't No Use (2:41)
09. Angel Eyes (3:28)
10. Ain't That Love (2:46)

personnel :

Jimmy Smith – organ
Kenny Burrell, Ray Crawford, Eddie McFadden - guitar
Donald Bailey, Philly Joe Jones – drums
Bill Henderson - vocals

Softly as a Summer Breeze is one of Jimmy Smith's more obscure Blue Note dates. The six-song trio program finds the organist joined by either guitarist Kenny Burrell and drummer Philly Joe Jones, or guitarist Eddie McFadden and drummer Donald Bailey. At first glance, the album may look like a ballad-oriented set, but "Hackensack" really cooks, "Sometimes I'm Happy" struts, and "One for Philly Joe" (a familiar but unplaceable melody used for a later pop tune) heats thing up, and the LP has its exciting moments.~Scott Yanow

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