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Brown, Mel B-3 Organ Group - Smokin' at Jimmy's

Brown, Mel B-3 Organ Group - Smokin' at Jimmy's

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Mel B-3 Organ Group Brown - Smokin' At Jimmy's (CD NEW)


Label: Cd Baby.Com/Indys
Format: CD
Release Date: 10 Oct 2006
No. of Discs: 1

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Album Tracks

1. Mel's Intro
2. For the Love of You
3. Impressions
4. My Girl
5. In Crowd/Curtis' Jam
6. Midnight Train to Georgia
7. Shoes for Shirley
8. Everybody Twist
9. Me and Mrs Jones
10. Hit the Road Jack
11. Blues for Hannah
12. Isn't She Lovely

Jimmy Mak\'s in Portland, Oregon was rated \'One of the top 100 Places in the World to Hear Jazz\' by Downbeat Magazine. And The Mel Brown B-3 Organ Group, which has performed to packed houses at this venue on Thursday nights for over eleven years running, has been called \'Jimmy Mak\'s signature group\' by The Oregonian. So needless to say, a live CD by this band entitled \'Smokin\' At Jimmy\'s\' has to be worth a listen! And so it is. In urging readers to attend the 9-29-06 CD release gig, The Oregonian wrote, \'It\'s Thursday, there\'s something funky going on. With the release of a deliciously representative live CD, \'Smokin\' At Jimmy\'s,\' you could just get this simmering soul-jazz stew to go; but for full flavor, have a heaping helping on the premises.\' To read a review of the band\'s previous release, \'Live At The Britt Festival,\' check the listing for that CD, also at CD Baby. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - MEL BROWN An Oregon icon in jazz, drummer Mel Brown has been labeled the \'Gentleman of Jazz,\' with a career spanning over 40 years. In recognition of his contributions to the cultural life of Oregon, Mel received the Governor\'s Arts Award in 2002. Mel set out on a quest to become a great drummer in the seventh grade, practicing 19 hours a day, 6 days a week. His professional career began with a stint with Earl Grant. Mel went on to be a staff drummer for the Motown Music Corporation, recording and touring with groups including the Temptations, the Supremes, and Smokey Robinson. He subsequently spent ten years working with Diana Ross, Suzanne Somers, Connie Francis, Pat Boone, and others. The jazz artists Mel has played with reads like a \'Who\'s Who\' of jazz, including Gene Harris, George Benson, Teddy Edwards, Joey DeFrancesco, Bill Watrous, Leroy Vinnegar, and many more. For the past six years, Mel has led bands three nights a week--including the \'Mel Brown B-3 Organ Quartet\' on Thursdays--at Portland\'s Jimmy Mak\'s (listed by Downbeat as \'one of the world\'s top 100 places to hear jazz\'). Mel has also been very involved in music education. His passion truly is in working with college and high school students. He has served on the Boards of Directors of the Portland Youth Philharmonic, Portland Music Association, and the Mt Hood Festival of Jazz. He also has served as an adjudicator in the U.S. and beyond, and has conducted various jazz workshops. Mel has received many local awards, and his sextet received first place in the Hennessey Jazz Search in 1989. The City of Portland proclaimed June 22, 1989 Mel Brown Day in recognition of his achievements. When Mel received the Governor\'s Arts Award, David Hudson of the Regional Arts & Culture council wrote: \'Oregon is widely recognized for it's rich jazz scene, and the enormous following supporting that genre. Mel Brown is largely responsible for this phenomenon.\' LOUIS PAIN \'A real Hammond guy--and Pain is one of those--isn\'t happy unless he\'s using more appendages than a helicopter pilot trying to hold a high hover over Manhattan.\' So wrote John Foyston, music critic for the Oregonian. Certainly, Louis specializes in playing organ bass with his left hand and foot. Living Blues wrote, \'Pain\'s left hand...is truly to be marveled at.\' But above all, whether he\'s playing bass or not, Louis is a consummate ensemble player, always listening to what\'s going on around him and supplying exactly what\'s needed to further the song. \'Pain adds the soul with his expressive organ playing,\' wrote the Oregonian\'s Kyle O\'Brien recently. And it doesn\'t matter what type of song Louis is playing: he\'s always crossed the supposed boundaries between musical styles, as reflected in the diverse group of musicians he\'s worked with. In and around his hometown of San Francisco, Louis played with Bruce Conte (of the Tower of Power), Jules Broussard (Ray Charles, Santana), Bobby Forte (B.B. King), Barry Finnerty (Miles Davis), Tricky Lofton (Duke Ellington), and Cornelius Bumpus (Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan). Louis also accompanied

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