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Soul Sugar - Hammond Special: Jimmy McGriff vs Dr Lonnie Smith



Soul Sugar Hammond Special Jimmy McGriff vs Dr Lonnie Smith
Soul Sugar - Hammond Special: Jimmy McGriff vs Dr. Lonnie Smith
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2010-03-14

He's taken his name from a 1971 Jimmy McGriff album. He's a highly respected Parisian keyboard player who played with Seven Dub, The Last Poets, Emilie Simon, Tanger, Erik Rug, Paolo Apollo Negri, Kid Loco, Grant Phabao and many others. He's just released his first album on Freestyle Records called Nothing But The Truth. He's perfect with tea or coffee... He's the Soul Sugar and he's asking to all Hammond Organ lovers out there: Jimmy McGriff or Dr Lonnie Smith?!

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Tracklisting :
01. Jimmy McGriff - The Main Squeeze (from the album 'The Main Squeeze')
02. Dr Lonnie Smith - Psychedelic Pi (from the album 'Drives')
03. Jimmy McGriff - Deb Sombo (from the album 'Something To Listen to')
04. Dr Lonnie Smith - Move Your Hand (from the album 'Move Your Hand')
05. Jimmy McGriff - The Now Thing (from the album 'Soul Sugar')
06. Dr Lonnie Smith - Afrodesia (from the album 'Afrodesia')
07. Jimmy McGriff - Tapioca (from the album 'Outside Looking In"

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Credits :
Selected and mixed by Soul Sugar (myspace.com/soulsugar)
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork layout by Djouls (djouls.com)
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Captain Détendu Captain Détendu ·  16 March 2010, 10:21

Difficile de choisir... mettons tout le monde d'accord avec Charly Oleg ! Ouaiiis, formidable !!


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