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If you are looking for a hip groove, you need not turn any further than the nearest Hammond organ. A quintessential part of post-WWII jazz scene, the electric organ has cemented its place as the torch bearer of some funky, swingin' improvisation. In this hour we continue our exploration of the organ's undeniable impact upon modern jazz.
|Barbara Dennerlein||New Times||Tribute to Charlie|
|Mel Rhyne||A. P. J.||Front and Center|
|Shirley Scott||Things Ain't What They Used to Be||Roll 'Em: Shirley Scott Plays the Big Bands|
|Lonnie Smith||Three Blind Mice||Think!|
|Larry Goldings||Simple as That||Ramshackle Serenade|
|Jimmy McGriff||Lil' Darlin'||Jimmy McGriff - The Big Band|
|Joey DeFrancesco||Filthy McNasty||Finger Poppin' - Celebrating the Music of H. Silver|
|Tony Monaco||Road Song||Burnin' Grooves|
|Jimmy Smith||Blues for J||Organ Grinder Swing|