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Ethel Smith's Cha Cha Cha Album, Decca DL 8164. Christmas Music, Decca DL 8187 (expanded version of DL 5034 above). Galloping Fingers, Decca DL 8456. Latin From Manhattan, Decca DL 8457. Miss Smith Goes to Paris, Decca DL 8640. Dance to the Latin Rhythms of Ethel Smith, Decca DL 8712. Waltz With Me, Decca DL 8735. Lady Fingers, Decca DL 8744. Bright and Breezy, Decca DL 8799. Ethel Smith Swings Sweetly, Decca DL 74095. The Many Moods of Ethel Smith, Decca DL 74145.
Ethel Smith (November 22, 1902 – May 10, 1996) was an organist who played primarily in a pop style on the Hammond organ. She became proficient in Latin music while staying in South America, and it is the style of music with which she is now most associated
Bright And Breezy, Decca DL 8799. Make Mine Hawaiian, Decca DL 74236. New York, NY. For use on every Hammond Organ including all Spinet Models.
Bright and Breezy is an album by jazz pianist Red Garland and his trio, recorded in 1961 and released on Jazzland as JLP 48. Sam Jones had been the trio's bassist for two years (following the departure of Paul Chambers). Art Taylor, who had played drums in the Red Garland Trio since 1956, was replaced by Charlie Persip in 1960. This was the first of four sessions (July 1961–March 1962) by Garland for the Riverside subsidiary label, that were recorded at the Plaza Sound Studios by Orrin Keepnews