Lonnie Smith (born July 3, 1942), styled Dr. Lonnie Smith, is an American jazz Hammond B3 organist who was a member of the George Benson quartet in the 1960s. He recorded albums with saxophonist Lou Donaldson for Blue Note before being signed as a solo act. He owns the label Pilgrimage. He was born in Lackawanna, New York, into a family with a vocal group and radio program. Smith says that his mother was a major influence on him musically, as she introduced him to gospel, classical, and jazz music.
Drives (Lonnie Smith album).
By: Lonnie Smith (1970, Jazz). More albums from Lonnie Smith: Finger Lickin’ Good by Lonnie Smith. Spiral by Lonnie Smith. Collaboration EP by Lonnie Smith. Turning Point by Lonnie Smith. Move Your Hand by Lonnie Smith. Live Jam! by Lonnie Smith. Too Damn Hot by Lonnie Smith. Lenox And Seventh by Lonnie Smith. View all albums . Drives. By: Lonnie Smith (1970, Jazz). 1. Twenty-Five Miles.
Organ – Lonnie Smith. Producer, Photography By – Francis Wolff. Recorded By, Lacquer Cut By – Rudy Van Gelder. Tenor Saxophone – Dave Hubbard. Drives (LP, Album, RP). Blue Note, Blue Note. BST 84351, BST-84351. BST 84351 K. Lonnie Smith.
Artist: Lonnie Smith Album: Drives Genre: Jazz-Funk, Hammond Label: EMI Music Japan/Blue Note Released: 1970/2009 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: 01. Twenty Five Miles (5:42) 02. Spinning Wheel (7:36) 03. Seven Steps To Heaven (5:50) 04. Psychedelic Pi (6:32) 05. Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? (10:48).