Criss Cross Jazz 1318 CD

Dr. Lonnie Smith

The Art Of Organizing

Available: September 12, 2009

Brace yourselves for The Art of Organizing, the very first appearance on Criss Cross by organ master Dr. Lonnie Smith.

Organ jazz is of course an important part of the Criss Cross catalog. Our releases by the likes of Melvin Rhyne and Sam Yahel bear that out, also demonstrating how this vital idiom spans the generations. And you're very likely to find that a Criss Cross organ date involves modern master guitarist Peter Bernstein, an important leader for our label in his own right.
Indeed, it is none other than Bernstein who joins Smith on The Art of Organizing. Billy Drummond, one of the more prolific and sensitive drummers of our time, completes the lineup.

From his early days with George Benson and Lou Donaldson to the present day, Dr. Lonnie Smith has always been a driving force in jazz. The Art of Organizing, featuring Smith and trio on standards and a batch of strong new originals, is another contribution that will remain timeless.

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Barcode 8 712474 131822
play 1. When We Kissed At Night (Lonnie Smith)  8:47
play 2. My Little Suede Shoes (Charlie Parker)  7:24
play 3. This Ain't Right (Lonnie Smith)  9:24
play 4. Polka Dots And Moonbeams (Jimmy Van Heusen / Johnny Burke)  5:18
play 5. Softly As In A Morning Sunrise (Oscar Hammerstein / Romberg)  7:48
play 6. Turning Point (Lonnie Smith)  8:26
play 7. Night Song (Lonnie Smith)  11:16
play 8. Too Damn Hot (Lonnie Smith)  6:39

play Total Time: 65:07
Recorded December 15, 1993 in New York City, NY, USA by Max Bolleman

Dr. Lonnie Smith (
Hammond B3 Organ)
Peter Bernstein (G)
Billy Drummond (D)


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