Jimmy Smith records ‘The Cat’ with a big band arranged by Lalo Schifrin (1964)

Jimmy Smith‘s ‘The Cat’ is an album recorded on April 27 & 29, 1964. with a big band arranged by Lalo Schifrin and released in September 1964 by Verve.

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Jimmy Smith records ‘The Cat’ with a big band arranged by Lalo Schifrin (1964)

Track Listing : 1.Theme From Joy House (Lalo Schifrin) – 04:38 . 2.The Cat (From Joy House) (Lalo Schifrin, Rick Ward) – 03:24 . 3.Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams) – 04:00 . 4.Main Title From The Carpetbaggers (Elmer Bernstein, Ray Colcord) – 03:56 . 5.Chicago Serenade (Eddie Harris) – 03:55 . 6.St. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy) – 03:18 . 7.Delon’S Blues (Jimmy Smith) – 04:48 . 8.Blues In The Night (Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer) – 04:45

Musicians : Jimmy Smith – Organ . Ray Alonge – French Horn . Earl Chapin – French Horn . Bill Correa – French Horn . Jimmy Buffington – French Horn . Kenny Burrell – Guitar . Don Butterfield – Tuba . Jimmy Cleveland – Trombone . Urbie Green – Trombone . George Duvivier – Bass . Bernie Glow – Trumpet . Thad Jones – Trumpet . Jimmy Maxwell – Trumpet . Marky Markowitz – Trumpet . Ernie Royal – Trumpet . Snooky Young – Trumpet . Lalo Schifrin – Conductor . Phil Kraus – Percussion . Tony Studd – Bass Trombone . Grady Tate – Drums

Production : Produced By Creed Taylor . Lalo Schifrin . Val Valentin – Engineer . Rudy Van Gelder – Engineer

Arrangements : Lalo Schifrin

Package : Albert Collins – Liner Notes . Ksfo San Francisco – Liner Notes . Ken Whitmore – Photography

Recorded On April 27 & 29, 1964 At Englewood, New Jersey, U.S..

Released In September 1964 By Verve.

(Source Jimmy Smith‘s ‘The Cat’ | Jimmy Smith @ wikipedia)

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KildareJohn @ RateYourMusic
Soundtrack from your dreams of early 1960s refrigerators, Jimmy Smith stepping out, ice still on his brow to rapturous applause, biting one helluva chunk from Lalo Schifrin‘s scores of stuff that really should be familiar, lest you be using that organ to fiddle around with ‘Kum Ba Yah’ after sundown. […]

SA-CD.net
The sound is wide and very open. Instruments are rendered very nicely. From starts to finish this disc is terrific. The organ is also dynamically recorded. I cant say its the greatest sacd ever made or recorded but I can say that the sound is terrifiic and the album a must have if you like energetic jazz. […]

allmusic
Also, the combination of organ with a big band is sometimes quite appealing, making this album worth picking up despite its commercial focus. […]

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