Hammond Smith That Good

Johnny "Hammond" Smith - That Good Feelin' (1959) {2013 Japan Prestige New Jazz Chronicle SHM-CD HR Cutting Series}

Johnny "Hammond" Smith - That Good Feelin' (1959) {2013 Japan Prestige New Jazz Chronicle SHM-CD HR Cutting Series}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 211 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 81 Mb
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© 1959, 2013 Prestige New Jazz / Concord / Universal Japan | UCCO-5376 | NJLP 8229
Jazz / Hard Bop / Soul Jazz / Organ

Reissue features the latest DSD remastering and HR cutting. Also features the high-fidelity SHM-CD format (compatible with standard CD players). Good feelings and plenty of soul – some very early work as a leader from Hammond hero Johnny Smith! The set's got Johnny using the organ with lots of stops out – that full, wide range of the instrument that initially knocked so many folks for a loop when it first came into jazz – then really took strong formation in the hands of a player like this! The groove's a bit like a Jimmy Smith record for Blue Note, but a lot grittier too – with some occasional elements of R&B mixed in with the more far-reaching jazz sensibilities. The group features Thornel Schwartz on guitar, who'd played famously with Jimmy Smith – plus George Tucker on bass and Leo Stevens on drums.
Drew Barrymore by Brian Bowen Smith for Good Housekeeping May 2016

Drew Barrymore - Brian Bowen Smith Photoshoot 2016
6 jpg | up to 2500*3750 | 26.64 Mb
American actress
Johnny Hammond Smith - Open House (2001) (Recording Milestone 1963)

Johnny Hammond Smith - Open House (2001) (Recording Milestone 1963)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue & Log) ~ 439 mb | MP3 320 kbps CBR ~ 164 mb | Scans included | 69 min
Jazz | Label: Milestone | Rel: 2001

Not every album that Johnny "Hammond" Smith recorded in the 1960s was a masterpiece, but the best ones were textbook examples of funky, blues-drenched organ jazz. Two of his more solid and memorable LPs from that decade were Open House and A Little Taste, both of which the ubiquitous Orrin Keepnews produced for Riverside in 1963. The albums were out of print for many years, but, in 2001, Fantasy reissued them back to back on this 69-minute CD (which Fantasy put out on Milestone, but could have just as easily put out on Riverside since it owns the Riverside catalog). Smith covers his bases on these 1963 sessions, which find him joined by such noteworthy soloists as Thad Jones or Virgil Jones on trumpet and Houston Person or Seldon Powell on tenor sax.
The Jazzinvaders featuring Dr. Lonnie Smith - 'That's What You Say!' (2013) {Unique Records}

The Jazzinvaders featuring Dr. Lonnie Smith - 'That's What You Say!' (2013) {Unique Records}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 358 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 119 Mb
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© 2013 Unique Records | UNIQ198-2
Jazz / Soul Jazz / Funk / Hammond Organ

The Jazz Invaders here are tighter than ever – and not just because they've got some heavy Hammond help from the legendary Lonnie Smith! Smith's definitely a key part of what makes this album so great – and his organ lines have a sharpness and depth that really stands out from the rest of the group – kind of an extra level of sound that really makes the whole thing sparkle! Yet the group themselves are pretty wonderful too – much more righteous than ever before, going past just a combo who can copy the best jazz modes, into the realm of one that's more than capable of making some mighty fresh sounds of their own.
The Jazzinvaders & Dr. Lonnie Smith - That's What You Say! (2013)

The Jazzinvaders & Dr. Lonnie Smith - That's What You Say! (2013)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 50:23 min | 114 MB
Genre: Nu Jazz, Funk | Label: Unique

"That's What You Say!" is a collaboration between Hammond B-3 legend Dr. Lonnie Smith and Dutch electronic, funk, nu-jazz group The Jazzinvaders. The title stems from one of the most common phrases that frequented the session.
Sam Cooke - Ain't That Good News (1964) [ABKCO Remaster 2003] PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC {RE-UP}

Sam Cooke - Ain't That Good News (1964) [Reissue 2003]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DSD64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 33:09 minutes | Scans included | 1,06 GB
or FLAC(converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Full Scans included | 675 MB

Dragonblood T05 - That Good, Old Louis (2012)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Aug. 10, 2013
Dragonblood T05 - That Good, Old Louis (2012)

Dragonblood T05 - That Good, Old Louis (2012)
English | CBR | 49 pages | 39.75 MB

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The terrible Captain Meriadec believes in the existence of a mysterious map of hidden worlds. He therefore penetrates with his men the legendary forest of scissy to try to entice dame Eloam, a guide of the elven people… But leaving this place is not so easy and there will be many dangers. Why did Meriadec decide to take such risks? What is he looking for?
The Three Sounds - Good Deal (1959) {2010 Japan Blue Note Best & More 1100 Series 24bit remaster TOCJ-8712}

The Three Sounds - Good Deal (1959) {2010 Japan Blue Note Best & More 1100 Series 24bit remaster TOCJ-8712}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 254 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 97 Mb
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© 1959, 2010 Blue Note / EMI Music Japan | TOCJ-8712 | 24bit remaster
Jazz / Post Bebop / Soul Jazz / Hard Bop / Piano Trio

Good Deal is a typically fine record from the Three Sounds, who were beginning to hit their stride when this session was recorded in May of 1959. Like most of their records, it's laidback – even when the group works a swinging tempo, there's a sense of ease that keeps the mood friendly, relaxed and mellow. Balancing standards like "Satin Doll," "Soft Winds" and "That's All" with bop ("Robbin's Nest"), calypso ("St. Thomas") and originals, the Three Sounds cover a lot of stylistic territory, putting their distinctive stamp on each song. It's very accessible, pleasant soul-jazz and mainstream hard bop, but Gene Harris' masterful technique means that Good Deal rewards close listening as well.
Johnny "Hammond" Smith - Opus De Funk (1961) {Prestige PRCD-24291-2 rel 2004}

Johnny "Hammond" Smith - Opus De Funk (1961) {Prestige PRCD-24291-2 rel 2004}
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© 1961, 2004 Prestige / Fantasy | PRCD-24291-2
Jazz / Hard Bop / Soul Jazz / Organ

While organist Johnny "Hammond" Smith never attained the status of Jimmy Smith, he nonetheless fronted first-rate bands and accumulated a fine discography. Recorded in 1961, Opus de Funk brings together two Smith albums in one package, Stimulation and Opus de Funk. Since the same band – vibraphonist Freddie McCoy, guitarist Eddie McFadden, bassist Wendell Marshall, and drummer Leo Stevens – played on both sets, and since both albums aren't very long by contemporary standards, the pair fit snuggly on the same CD. The really unusual element here is the presence of McCoy, because one doesn't usually associate vibes with jazz organ combos.
Johnny "Hammond" Smith - Talk That Talk (1960) {2013 Japan Prestige New Jazz Chronicle SHM-CD HR Cutting Series}

Johnny "Hammond" Smith - Talk That Talk (1960) {2013 Japan Prestige New Jazz Chronicle SHM-CD HR Cutting Series}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 209 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 82 Mb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (png) -> 336 Mb | 5% repair rar | DSD / HR Cutting Remaster
© 1960, 2013 Prestige New Jazz / Concord / Universal Japan | UCCO-5388 | NJLP 8241
Jazz / Hard Bop / Soul Jazz / Organ

Reissue features the latest DSD remastering and HR cutting. Also features the high-fidelity SHM-CD format (compatible with standard CD players). An excellent piece of early soul-jazz, 1960's Talk That Talk isn't as bop-oriented as Shirley Scott's albums with Stanley Turrentine from the same period, as flashy and ornate as the albums Jimmy Smith was starting to make with Creed Taylor and Lalo Schifrin, or as funky and blues-based as the best of Jimmy McGriff or "Brother" Jack McDuff. Smith's playing on this album is low-key almost to the point of being conservative, deeply soulful without resorting to what would soon become tired funk clichés.