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Jimmy Smith - Back At The Chicken Shack (1960) [Analogue Productions Remaster 2011] PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC {RE-UP}

Jimmy Smith - Back At The Chicken Shack (1960) [APO Remaster 2011]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DSD64 Stereo > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 43:42 minutes | Scans included | 1,37 GB
or FLAC 2.0 Stereo (converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Scans included | 951 MB
Jimmy Smith - Midnight Special (1961) [Analogue Productions Remaster 2011] PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC {RE-UP}

Jimmy Smith - Midnight Special (1961) [Analogue Productions Remaster 2011]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DSD64 Stereo > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 36:39 minutes | Scans included | 1,11 GB
or FLAC 2.0 Stereo (converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Scans included | 736 MB
Jimmy Smith - Back At The Chicken Shack: The Incredible Jimmy Smith (1963/2013) [Official Digital Download]

Jimmy Smith - Back At The Chicken Shack (1963/2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 /192kHz | Time - 37:54 minutes | 920 MB / 1,61 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Back At The Chicken Shack: The Incredible Jimmy Smith is the jazz legend’s seminal 1960 Blue Note session. Smith is joined by Stanley Turrentine, Kenny Burrell and Donald Bailey for this funky soul-jazz masterpiece. Reaching the Top Twenty on the Billboard 200, the album includes the standouts “Minor Chant,” “Back At The Chicken Shack” and much more. It is included in the 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.
Jimmy Smith - Back at the Chicken Shack (1960) (Remastered 2007) [REPOST]

Jimmy Smith - Back at the Chicken Shack (1960) (Remastered 2007) [REPOST]
Jazz | EAC rip | APE + CUE + LOG | Full Scans | 260 Mb
Label ~ Blue Note

This is the kind of nasty, back-alley music that makes you wince in ecstasy. With Stanley Turrentine's tenor and Kenny Burrell's guitar sharing solo space, the Hammond master digs in with a blues-drenched shovel. While certainly fluent in the bop idiom, Smith's organ work maintains a direct emotional peg that reflects the swing and jump blues of a previous generation. ~ Amazon

Jimmy Smith - Midnight Special (1961) (Remastered 2007)  Music

Posted by Bezz at Dec. 11, 2010
Jimmy Smith - Midnight Special (1961) (Remastered 2007)

Jimmy Smith - Midnight Special (1961) (Remastered 2007)
Jazz | EAC rip | FLAC + CUE + LOG | Full Scans | 240 Mb
Label ~ Blue Note

"Midnight Special" is the lesser-known sister album of Jimmy Smith's monumental "Back at the Chicken Shack." The "Midnight Special" album has exactly the same sound (lineup) and the songs on "Midnight Special" seem to pick up right where "Chicken Shack" left off. ~ Amazon

Jimmy Smith - Back At The Chicken Shack  Music

Posted by georgebukki at Dec. 7, 2008
Jimmy Smith - Back At The Chicken Shack

Jimmy Smith - Back At The Chicken Shack
1960 (Audio CD 1990) | Jazz | Blue Note | MP3 320kbps | 106MB

Smith influenced many other jazz organists, as well as rock keyboardists like avowed Smith fan Keith Emerson. More recently, Smith influenced bands such as the Beastie Boys, who sampled the bassline from "Root Down (and Get It)" from Root Down—and saluted Smith in the lyrics—for their own hit "Root Down," Medeski, Martin & Wood, and The Hayden-Eckert Ensemble. The Acid Jazz movement also reflects Smith's organ style. In 1999, Smith guested on two tracks of a live album, Incredible!- with his protégé, Joey DeFrancesco, a then 28-year-old organist. Smith and DeFrancesco later played together on the collaborative album Legacy, released in 2005 shortly after Smith's death.
Jimmy Smith - The Complete Verve Singles (2016) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Jimmy Smith - The Complete Verve Singles (2016)
Jazz, Soul Jazz, Hard Bop | FLAC (tracks), 24bit/96kHz | 02:36:46 h | 3,84 Gb (incl 5%) | Front Cover
Label: Verve Reissues | Tracks: 52 | Released: 2016

Jimmy Smith wasn't the first organ player in jazz, but no one had a greater influence with the instrument than he did; Smith coaxed a rich, grooving tone from the Hammond B-3, and his sound and style made him a top instrumentalist in the 1950s and '60s, while a number of rock and R&B keyboardists would learn valuable lessons from Smith's example.

Jimmy Smith - Confirmation (1957)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Dec. 22, 2016
Jimmy Smith - Confirmation (1957)

Jimmy Smith - Confirmation (1957)
Jazz, Hard Bop | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 46 min | 114 MB
Label: Blue Note | Rel:1957

Organist Jimmy Smith led a series of exciting jam sessions for Blue Note from 1957-1960, including the three selections heard on this LP. These performances were not released for the first time until 1979, but their quality is as strong as Smith's other output from the era…

Jimmy Smith - The Complete Verve Singles (2016)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Dec. 8, 2016
Jimmy Smith - The Complete Verve Singles (2016)

Jimmy Smith - The Complete Verve Singles (2016)
Jazz | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 02:36:59 | 361 MB
Label: Verve Reissues | Release Year: 2016

Jimmy Smith wasn't the first organ player in jazz, but no one had a greater influence with the instrument than he did; Smith coaxed a rich, grooving tone from the Hammond B-3, and his sound and style made him a top instrumentalist in the 1950s and '60s, while a number of rock and R&B keyboardists would learn valuable lessons from Smith's example.
Jimmy Smith - Respect & Livin' It Up (2010) {Hip-O Select B0014358-02 rec 1967-68}

Jimmy Smith - Respect & Livin' It Up (2010) {Hip-O Select B0014358-02 rec 1967-68}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 491 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 170 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 41 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1967-68, 2010 Hip-O Select / Verve | B0014358-02
Jazz / Hard Bop / Organ

Respect/Livin’ It Up, a two-on-one release from Verve Select, brings together two classic albums from Jimmy Smith, the world’s premier jazz-soul organist. Smith became a star with Verve Records in the mid-1960s. He leaned on superb big band arrangements by Oliver Nelson, a change from his earlier, small-group recordings on Blue Note. With Respect in 1967, Smith did something that thrilled his fans: he returned to a small group setting in Rudy Van Gelder’s now-legendary studio with his old Blue Note guitarist Thornel Schwartz, as well as Eric Gale, bassists Ron Carter and Bob Bushnell, and drummers Grady Tate and Bernard Purdie.