Few jazz keyboardists have excelled at both piano and organ. True, piano giants such as Count Basie and Fats Waller recorded occasionally on organ; Hammond B-3 wizard Jimmy Smith started on piano; and the line did blur a bit in the late '60s and '70s, as both organ players and pianists explored the potential of newly affordable, performance-oriented synthesizers. But occasional experiments aside, the instruments are so different that jazz pianists and organists mostly have remained two different breeds of cat -- which makes the comprehensive skills... More >>>