Mastering with purely analog production steps from the original analog tapes. Jimmy Smith revolutionized the use of the Hammond B-3 organ in jazz in the mid 1950s. Probably his most beautiful recordings were made during the sessions he recorded with tenor saxophone giant Stanley Turrentine in the early 1960s, which helped to define soul jazz. Recorded in 1963, Prayer Meetin' is packed with the kind of late-night soulful blues grooves that made the collaboration between Smith and Turrentine such classics. Highlights of the session include the incredible interplay between Smith, Turrentine, guitarist Quentin Warren and drummer Donald Bailey on the title track and "Red Top", while Turrentine delivers a ballad tour-de-force on "I Almost Lost My Mind".
This Product was added to our catalogue on 21/02/2021.