John Robert "Johnny Hammond" Smith (December 16, 1933 – June 4, 1997) was an American soul jazz and hard bop organist. Born in Louisville, Kentucky, he was a renowned player of the Hammond B-3 organ so earning "Hammond" as a nickname, which also avoided his being confused with jazz guitarist Johnny Smith. Smith played with Paul Williams and Chris Columbo before forming his own group.
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Johnny "Hammond" Smith Discography. 1959 (age 26). Johnny "Hammond" Smith Quartet. Johnny "Hammond" Smith, organ; Thornel Schwartz, guitar; George Tucker, bass; Leo Stevens, drums. Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, September 11, 1959. Prestige PR 7482 Johnny "Hammond" Smith - Love Potion Prestige PR 7705 The Best Of Johnny "Hammond" Smith. Johnny "Hammond" Smith Sextet.
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Actually nicknamed after his instrument, Johnny "Hammond" Smith was perhaps one of the more underrated soul-jazz organists of the style's heyday. Born John Robert Smith in Louisville, KY, o. ead Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Discography . Songs .
Smith became known as Johnny 'Hammond' Smith in the mid-1950s as he emerged as an organ player, to avoid confusion with the guitarist John Smith, and the more famous organist Jimmy Smith. He dropped the Smith part of his name when he signed for the Kudu label in 1971. His bands featured singers Etta Jones, Byrdie Green, saxophonists Houston Person, Earl Edwards, guitarists Eddie McFadden, Floyd Smith, James Clark, vibist Freddie McCoy