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
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.