Smith, Lonnie: I Didn't Know What Time It Was

Smith, Lonnie SKU: 36041916
Smith, Lonnie: I Didn't Know What Time It Was

Smith, Lonnie: I Didn't Know What Time It Was

Smith, Lonnie SKU: 36041916

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: I Didn't Know What Time It Was
Artist: Smith, Lonnie
Label: Jazzorchestra CTGBW
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 608917342222
Genre: Jazz

The Jazz Orchestra of the Concert-gebouw, the JOC, is used to working with famous soloists originating from different directions in the industry. These soloists bring their own repertoire, that is arranged, prepped and performed in no time. In 2010, on a Thursday night in February, a unique concert took place in the Amsterdamse Bimhuis. Together with a living legend, Dr. Lonnie Smith, the group played a stunning concert. For the Sultan of the Hammond organ, a long-cherished desire to play with a big band was fulfilled. Most noticeable on Smith at this performance was his auditory memory and the lucid, varied sounds he managed to wrest his impressive B3. JOC knows how to expertly blend with Smith's timbre and his shouts. The orchestra can glow with sovereign intensity, sparkle and fire, but manages to also add to the expression that can be produced by the Hammond organ. This is an true tribute to soul jazz.

1.1 I Didn't Know What Time It Was
1.2 Chelsea Bridge
1.3 Willow Weep for Me
1.4 Beehive
1.5 Too Damn Hot
1.6 The Whip
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