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Sermon!

LP (Item 3046) Blue Note, Early 60s — Condition: Good+
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One of the Jimmy Smith "jam session" Blue Notes, with a large group that includes Lee Morgan, Lou Donaldson, George Coleman, Tina Brooks, and Art Blakey – nearly all of whom take long solos and dig deep to compete with each other. 3 long tracks, "The Sermon", "JOS", and "Flamingo" – and a hard-wailing, jam session, cutting contest, blowing session feel all the way through! (Liberty pressing. Cover has ring & edge wear and some seam splitting.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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