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Man, I just learned that I'm a big fan of soul jazz. I wasn't really familiar with the term. But I'll bet that Joey DeFrancesco gig fits right in. I love some of the old blues guys that King Curtis played with along with the B-3. I listen to them almost every day.
 

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I was in a trio for some years that did the soul-jazz vibe, we looked to emulate the late jimmy smith sound!..lol, that B3 weighed a bomb!!...we had it on castors to wheel it around, but it was a lump to getin and out of the trailer!!.
Back to the chicken shack,the sermon,got my mojo workin"..that sort of thing..
 

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I was in a trio for some years that did the soul-jazz vibe, we looked to emulate the late jimmy smith sound!..lol, that B3 weighed a bomb!!...we had it on castors to wheel it around, but it was a lump to getin and out of the trailer!!.
Back to the chicken shack,the sermon,got my mojo workin"..that sort of thing..
You'd probably like "Prayer Meeting" with Jimmy Smith and Stanley Turrentine.
 

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You'd probably like "Prayer Meeting" with Jimmy Smith and Stanley Turrentine.
Stanley was the influence for me, as he did a lot of playing with jimmy smith, his blues style suited the genre!excellently.
The pair were a feature on a lot of smith"albums with kenny burrell in with the mix!.
"prayer meeting", i never played that one, or was that an album?..
Midnight special" is a classic..
 
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