Shirley Scott (March 14, 1934 – March 10, 2002) was an American hard bop and
soul-jazz organist. She was best known for working with her husband, Stanley ...
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Apr 30, 2009 ... This was one of our Jazz Organ Tributes from the San Francisco Jazz Festival.
Shirley Scott had not played in San Francisco in thirty years!
Mar 29, 2013 ... In this Piano Jazz episode recorded in 1992, we remember the remarkable
talents of Shirley Scott, the "Queen of the Organ," as she solos on ...
Jan 13, 2009 ... Although it's Stanley Turrentine's sultry saxophone that makes this rare track
memorable for me. It was actually released in August 1964 on ...
Oct 29, 2015 ... For the radio show and more info: http://n.pr/1LEtzyF Jazz is taught at universities
now, and artists like saxophonist Tim Warfield and trumpeter ...
Mar 16, 2002 ... Shirley Scott, a jazz organist who recorded dozens of albums from the 1950's to
the 90's, earning her the nickname ''Queen of the Organ,'' died ...
Mar 14, 2002 ... Shirley Scott, one of the few women in jazz to fashion a successful career on the
Hammond organ, died Sunday in Philadelphia. She was 67.