Download Back Track - Doctor Lonnie Smith* - Too Damn Hot (CD, Album)
2004
Label: Palmetto Records - PM 2105 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Post Bop, Jazz-Funk


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4 thoughts on “ Back Track - Doctor Lonnie Smith* - Too Damn Hot (CD, Album)

  1. Label: Palmetto Records - PM • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Post Bop, Jazz-Funk Doctor Lonnie Smith* - Too Damn Hot (, CD) | Discogs Explore4/5(7).
  2. Hammond B-3 boss Dr. Lonnie Smith ends up on yet another new label with Too Damn Hot!, the follow-up to his thoroughly enjoyable -- if curious -- Boogaloo to Beck outing from This studio set places the organist in the company of two fine guitarists -- Peter Bernstein (lead) and Rodney Jones (rhythm), and alternating drummers Greg Hutchinson and Fukushi Tainaka.7/
  3. Mar 08,  · ticdihelltelrata.hydrederoredownkeabtefullrespranhya.co Organist Smith's career stretches back to the s heyday of soul jazz, and over the years he's played with an impressive range of artists from jazz leaders (George Benson, Lou Donaldson) to pillars of soul and pop (including Etta James and Gladys Knight).Too Damn Hot! finds his robust Hammond B-3 moving easily from funk (the saucy "Back Track") to fusionist updates ("Track 9 /5(13).
  4. The Doctor Is In Doctor Lonnie Smith is back. I don’t know what he’s a doctor for, but he’s definitely got a Doctorate of Groove. His latest is “Too Damn Hot!” He’s so hot he’s cool. Another great set with a band finely tuned to his mood. An album destined for many plays. By tonym (Brisbane, Australia).

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