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The Feeling of Jazz – Spotlight-2 on Jimmy Smith, 06-19-2022

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The Feeling of Jazz, Program No. 154 airing June 19, 2022 (a reprise from 12-08-2013) featured a spotlight on American jazz musician Jimmy Smith, who popularized the Hammond B3 Organ.

The Feeling of Jazz, program # 154 airing June 19, 2022 (a reprise from 12-08-2013) featured a second spotlight on American jazz musician James Oscar (Jimmy) Smith (December 8, 1925 – February 8, 2005) in music presented by Kent Lindquist. Meanwhile, co-host Bill Satterlee presented mainstream jazz music from artists like Ornette Coleman, Mose Allison, Count Basie and more. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

8 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length

1. Ramblin', Ornette Coleman, Change of the Century (Atlantic, 1960), Ornette Coleman, 6:34 min.

2. Can Heat, Jimmy Smith, Rockin' The Boat (Blue Note, 1963), Jimmy Smith, 5:22 min.

3. Your Mind is on Vacation, Mose Allison, Don't Worry About a Thing (Atlantic, 1962), Mose Allison, 2:34 min.

4. Since I Fell For You, Jimmy Smith, Home Cookin' (Blue Note, 1961), Buddy Johnson, 4:16 min.

5. Saturday Night is the Loneliest Night of the Week, Count Basie and His Orchestra Plays the Hits of Frank Sinatra (Verve, 1963), Julie Styne-Sammy Cahn, 4:05 min.

6. Sassy Mae, Jimmy Smith, Bucket! (Blue Note, 1966), Jimmy Smith, 4:17 min.

7. Inka-Dinka-Doo, Herb Ellis-Ray Brown, Soft Shoe (Concord Jazz - Japan, 1975), Jimmy Durante-Ben Ryan, 4:48 min.

8. TNT, Jimmy Smith, Hoochie Coochie Man (Verve, 1966), Grady Tate-Ben Tucker, 5:24 min.

9. The Quiet Time, Teddy Charles, The Teddy Charles Tentet (Atlantic, 1956), Jimmy Giuffre, 5:48 min.

10. The Organ Grinder's Swing, Jimmy Smith Trio, The Master Featuring Kenny Burrell (Blue Note, 1965), Mitchell Parrish-Irving Mills-Will Hudson, 3:44 min.

The Feeling of Jazz, Program No. 154, Hour-2, 06-19-2022

9 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length

1. Thanks for the Memory, Anita O'Day-Cal Tjader, Time For 2 (Verve, 1962), Ralph Rainger-Leo Robin, 2:45 min.

2. I'm Getting Sentimental Over You, Jimmy Smith, A Date with Jimmy Smith (Blue Note, 1957), Ned Washington-George Bassman, 4:11 min.

3. Bandstand Boogie, Les and Larry Elgart, Bandstand Boogie (Columbia, 1954), Charles Albertine, 2:04 min.

4. Blues After All, Jimmy Smith, House Party (Blue Note, 1958), Kenny Burrell, 6:04 min.

5. Come Rain or Come Shine, Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers, Blue Note Plays Sinatra (Blue Note, 1996), Harold Arlen-Johnny Mercer, 5:45 min.

6. C Jam Blues, Jimmy Smith, Got My Mojo Workin' (Verve, 1966), Duke Ellington, 3:49 min.

7. A Ballad, Gerry Mulligan-Stan Getz, Getz Meets Mulligan in Hi-Fi (Verve, 1957), Gerry Mulligan, 5:41 min.

8. I Got a Woman, Jimmy Smith, Home Cookin' (Blue Note, 1961), Ray Charles, 3:52 min.

9. Volare', Joey DeFrancesco, Joey DeFrancesco Goodfellas (Concord Jazz, 1999), Domenico Modugno-Franco Migliacci, 4:14 min.

10. Just a Closer Walk With Thee, Jimmy Smith, Rockin' the Boat (Blue Note, 1963), Traditional, 3:46 min.

11. All or Nothing at All, Freddie Hubbard, (Orig. LP: Open Sesame - Blue Note, 1960) - Blue Note Plays Sinatra (compilation, Blue Note 1996), J. Lawrence-A. Altman, 5:33 min.

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