here’s a little more hammond b3 that’s been lurking on my drives for around 6 years, from sam salomone / sam anthony. you can find out a bit about sam salomone from the central iowa blues society, including that he was inducted into the iowa jazz hall of fame. ‘scooter123’ shared this in a folder labelled 1974-1975, but the info file said just 1974, so i wonder if this is a compliation. btw, i’ve reencoded the flac files.
sam anthony trio aka sam salomone
live at ernies urban lounge
des moines, ia
sam anthony (aka sam salomone) hammond b3 [cibs page]
frank tribble, guitar
tom gordon, drums
ella ruth pigee, vocals [cibs page]
stemzie hunter, tenor sax
2. could it be (i’m falling in love)
12. super strut
13. snoopy’s search
15. pass the peas
16. muskrat love
audience tape: a
recorder: sony tc126
transfer: goldwave (volume boost, compression > dither to 16b) > media monkey (flac transfer l8)
location: right center
recorded by scooter123
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god bless sam salomone, for without him i may not have discovered jazz and jimmy smith. he played
a hammond b3 with pedles and a leslie of course. he was joined by frank tribble and tommy gordon.
this trio was joined by ella ruth pigee. they were the house band at a dump of a place called
ernie’s urban lounge. stemzie hunter of the electric flag joined them on sax, so they were really
a quartet, but whose counting. sam also got me into taping every concert i ever saw, no matter what
because if you don’t tape it, its only a memory.
the track list is mostly jazz standards, and i can’t recall them, so help me out with the titles of
update december 2018:
the flac files would not play in foobar2000. i tested them several ways, finding nothing wrong with
them… except that foobar2000 wouldn’t play. using tlh, i decoded and re-encoded (flac 5) the files.
i also created new ffp and md5 checksum files. in principle, the music should be identical to that
in the original flacs.
sample: t06 instrumental 10.mp3