Funky Blues – 1971
Organist Smith and James Moody are featured
Jimmy Smith was arguably the most important organist in jazz history.
In the mid-1950s he took what had formerly been thought of as a novelty instrument and, through his mastery of the blues, jazz standards, and ballads, made the organ into a popular and important musical force, influencing virtually every organist to come up since then.
James Moody has a short tenor solo and also seen are tenor-saxophonist Illinois Jacquet, flugelhornists Art Farmer and Clark Terry, guitarist Kenny Burrell, and drummer Roy Haynes.