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The Champ Live 1962 & 1999 - DVD (Cód: 2721025)

Jimmy Smith

SMV Entretenimento

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Although he began as a pianist, the great Jimmy Smith (1925-2005) switched to organ after hearing Wild Bill Davis in 1953. Smith’s unparalleled skills with the Hammond helped to popularize the electric organ as a jazz and blues instrument, and he
recorded prolifically during his long career. Since the release of his first album as a leader in 1956, A New Sound...A New Star...Jimmy Smith at the Organ, Vol. 1, few organists received as much attention. A perennial poll winner since the late '50s, Smith redefined the instrument. As Leonard Feather wrote in his Encyclopaedia of Jazz: “The first attempt to
bring the organ into the orbit of contemporary jazz was undertaken by Jimmy Smith, an extraordinary musician who makes fuller use than other jazz organists of the variety of stops at his disposal. Smith plays fast tempo jazz improvisations in a style that would have blended perfectly with Charlie Parker's combo, had Smith risen to prominence during Parker's lifetime.” Smith's new sound utilized the first three draw bars and the percussion feature of the Hammond B-3. He also cut the tremolo off and began playing fluid horn-like lines with his right hand, inspired by players like Coleman Hawkins, Don yas and Arnett Cobb. He once explained: “I copped my solos from horn players. I don't listen to keyboard players. I can't get what I want from keyboard players”. At the same time, he also admitted that Bud Powell, Art Tatum and Erroll Garner were important influences. This amazing DVD presents the talents of Jimmy Smith in two different perio s and contexts. The first item consists of footage from a Los Angeles TV Show in 1962, which captured Smith in a trio format at the height of his powers. The second item showcases Smith at an outstanding 1999 concert with a bigger band including noted Puerto Rican
flutist Néstor Torres. It was filmed after Smith had already become a jazz legend.

Faixas do DVD:

01 THEME & Announcements 01:26
02 WALK ON THE WILD SIDE 07:03 (Elmer Bernstein-Mack David)
03 MACK THE KNIFE 06:13 (Kurt Weill-Bertolt Brecht)
04 THE CHAMP 05:25 (Dizzy Gillespie)
05 THEME & Closing Announcements 02:46
06 MOANIN’ 02:57 (Bobby Timmons)
07 FUNK IN THE KEYS 05:13 (Jimmy Smith)
08 BLUES FOR LYNN 05:09 (Jimmy Smith)
09 ST. THOMAS 06:24 (Sonny Rollins)
10 SATIN DOLL 03:52 (Duke Ellington-Billy Strayhorn-Johnny Mercer)
11 MY FUNNY VALENTINE 04:35 (Richard Rodgers-Lorenz Hart)
12 EIGHT COUNTS FOR RITA 05:05 (Jimmy Smith)
13 TROPCHHIC 05:39 (Néstor Torres)


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Marca SMV Entretenimento
Cód. Barras 8436028690831
Altura 21.00 cm
Profundidade 1.00 cm
Referência 2869083
Duração Aproximada Aprox. 68 Min.
Peso 0.44 Kg
Largura 14.00 cm
AutorJimmy Smith


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