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  1. John Patton (born July 12, 1935 in Kansas City, Missouri, died March 19, 2002 in Montclair, New Jersey), sometimes nicknamed Big John Patton, was a…

  2. One of the more underrated soul-jazz organists of the '60s, Freddie Roach recorded a series of seven albums for Blue Note and Prestige. Where…

  3. "Brother" Jack McDuff, Sometimes credited as "Brother" Jack McDuff (September 17, 1926 -- January 23, 2001) was a jazz organist and bandleader…

  4. Grant Green (St. Louis, Missouri, June 6, 1935 – New York, January 31, 1979; some sources erroneously give the birth year as 1931) was a jazz…

  5. Lou Donaldson (November 1, 1926) is a jazz alto saxophonist, born in Badin, North Carolina. He is best known for his soulful, bluesy approach to the…

  6. Shirley Scott (born March 14, 1934 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; died March 10, 2002) was a jazz and soul organist.

    She had been an admirer of…

  7. Jimmy Smith (1925–2005) was a jazz musician whose instrument was the Hammond B-3 electric organ.

    Born James Oscar Smith on 8th December 1925 in…

  8. Richard Arnold "Groove" Holmes, Born Richard Arnold Jackson(Camden, New Jersey, May 2, 1931 – St. Louis, Missouri, June 29, 1991) was an American…

  9. Ike Abrams Quebec (born August 17, 1918 in Newark, New Jersey, died on January 16, 1963) was a jazz tenor saxophonist. His surname is pronounced…

  10. John Lenwood (Jackie) McLean (May 17, 1931 – March 31, 2006; some sources give 1932 as his year of birth) was an American jazz alto saxophonist…

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