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Born in Louisville, Kentuckyhe was a renowned player of the Hammond B-3 organ so earning "Hammond" as a nickname,  which also avoided his being confused with jazz guitarist Kein Weg Zu Weit - Mono Inc.
- Nimmermehr Smith. Smith played with Paul Williams and Chris Columbo before forming his own group. His career Judy In Disguise - Sonny Bono Hammond Organ And His Rhythm* - Congratulations off as he was serving as accompanist to singer Nancy Wilson.
One of his last accomplishments also included Nancy Wilson. He wrote the song "Quiet Fire" for her Nancy Now! His first album for Taylor, Break Out was chosen that year to launch Kudu. The album featured Grover Washington Jr. Three further albums followed with Taylor on Kudu, as he decided to refer to himself as "Johnny Hammond", after deciding to drop "Smith" from his name.
His style had become increasingly funky as he adapted to the style changes in music, culminating in two popular albums with the Mizell BrothersGambler's Life for the CTI offshoot, Salvation and then inGears after switching to another jazz label, Milestone Records.
He began using electric and acoustic pianos, starting with Gambler's Lifein addition to his signature instrument. Hammond's song "Shifting Gears" was featured on the breakbeat compilation Ultimate Breaks and Beatsand was also featured in the soundtrack of the video game Driver: Parallel Lines as well. Smith also taught at the Cal Poly Pomona music department for several years, beginning in January With Billy Butler. With Chris Columbus. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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