Black Coffee (Johnny "Hammond" Smith album). Black Coffee is a live album by jazz organist Johnny "Hammond" Smith which was recorded in New Haven, Connecticut in 1962 and released on the Riverside label. Johnny "Hammond" Smith is heard at his best throughout".
Johnny "Hammond" Smith – Black Coffee. Label: Riverside Records – RS 9442. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo. Original stereo pressing. Black label with silver print, "reel & microphone" logo. Recorded live at the Monterey Club, New Haven, Connecticut, November 8, 1962. Other Versions (5 of 7) View All.
Johnny "Hammond" Smith. Two of organist Johnny "Hammond" Smith's earliest gems (Black Coffee and Mr. Wonderful) are reissued in full on a single CD, Black Coffee. Although influenced by Jimmy Smith, this particular organist was also a strong grooving player, able to play both blues and more complicated chord changes. He is showcased with a quartet that includes tenor saxophonist Seldon Powell and guitarist Eddie McFadden, and in a quintet with McFadden, tenor man Houston Person and trumpeter Sonny Williams; in both cases Leo Stevens is on drums. The material (with eight.
Personnel: Johnny "Hammond" Smith - organ Eddie McFadden - guitar Leo Stevens - drums Sonny Williams - trumpet Seldon Powell - tenor saxophone Houston Person - tenor saxophone. This two-fer combines two early-'60s dates for Johnny "Hammond" Smith, a gifted organist who had the chops to play more complex jazz changes while keeping the groove deep. Both of these dates were originally released on Riverside. Black Coffee, a club gig, was issued in 1962 with a lineup of saxophonist Seldon Powell, guitarist Eddie McFadden, and drummer Leo Stevens.
John Robert "Johnny Hammond" Smith (December 16, 1933 – June 4, 1997) was an American soul jazz and hard bop organist. Born in Louisville, Kentucky, he was a renowned player of the Hammond B-3 organ so earning "Hammond" as a nickname, which also avoided his being confused with jazz guitarist Johnny Smith. Smith played with Paul Williams and Chris Columbo before forming his own group.
Johnny ''Hammond'' Smith. Format: Vinyl LP, Vinyl, LP. Pressing: US – Reissue. Johnny Hammond - Wild Horses Rock Steady LP. Johnny Griffin. LP11,99 €. Johnny Griffin - The Congregation LP. Joe Henderson.
More albums from Johnny Hammond: Storm Warning by Johnny Hammond. Travelling by Johnny Hammond. Black Feeling! by Johnny Hammond. What’s Going On by Johnny Hammond. Better Bodies – Best O. ol. 1 by Johnny Hammond. Gambler’s Life by Johnny Hammond. Higher Ground by Johnny Hammond. Wild Horses Rock Steady by Johnny Hammond. View all albums . Breakout.
Black Coffee is a live album by jazz organist Johnny "Hammond" Smith which was recorded in New Haven, Connecticut in 1962 and released on the Riverside label. Black Feeling! Black Feeling! is an album by jazz organist Johnny "Hammond" Smith recorded for the Prestige label in 1969. Breakout (Johnny Hammond album). Breakout is an album by jazz organist Johnny Hammond recorded for the Kudu label in 1971.
Black Coffee was chosen as one of two South African participants in the Red Bull Music Academy in 2003 jump-starting him into the South African DJ scene - a decision he says he has never looked back on. His first big break was when his song Happiness was featured on the DJs At Work album.
|A3||I Remember Clifford||4:15|
|A4||Far Away Places||7:14|
|B2||Body And Soul||6:20|
|B3||He's A Real Gone Guy||5:38|
|RS 9442||Johnny "Hammond" Smith*||Black Coffee (LP, Album)||Riverside Records||RS 9442||US||1963|
|RM 442||Johnny "Hammond" Smith*||Black Coffee (LP, Album, Mono)||Riverside Records||RM 442||US||1963|
|RS-3308||Johnny Hammond||Rufus Toofus (LP, Album, RE)||Riverside Records||RS-3308||Canada||1969|
|673 017||Johnny "Hammond" Smith*||Rufus Toofus (LP, Album, RE)||Riverside Records||673 017||Germany||1969|
|714192||Johnny "Hammond" Smith*||Black Coffee (CD, Album, RE)||Hallmark Music & Entertainment||714192||UK||2013|