9 Shouts - 161,337 Scrobbles
Johnny Smith, (born John Henry Smith, Jr. on June 25, 1922 in Birmingham, Alabama) is an American jazz guitarist, although he does not consider himself to be a musician in the idiom. His most critically acclaimed album was "Moonlight in Vermont" (one of Downbeat magazine's top two jazz records for 1952, featuring saxophonists Stan Getz and Zoot Sims). Smith's playing is characterized by closed-position chord voicings and rapidly ascending lines (reminiscent of Django, but more diatonic than chromatically-based).
User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License and may also be available under the GNU FDL.
Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Shenandoah - (1:46) - 202 plays
- Moonlight in Vermont - (3:07) - 241 plays
- Golden Earrings - (3:02) - 226 plays
- Where or When - (2:27) - 156 plays
- 'Round Midnight - (2:47) - 211 plays
- I'm Old Fashioned - (2:20) - 224 plays
- Macho's Lullaby - (2:07) - 214 plays
- Jaguar - (2:33) - 147 plays
- Walk Don't Run - (3:18) - 300 plays
- Walk, Don't Run! - 2004 Digital Remaster - (2:49) - 81 plays
- GRAMMY 2015 Performers Include Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran…and Prince?
- One Direction Tops Billboard’s 100 Artists Of 2014 List
- Pharrell, Ed Sheeran Announce 2015 GRAMMY Awards Nominees
- Jennifer Lawrence’s “The Hanging Tree” Pops Up On Singles Chart
- Eminem’s Completely Different “Lose Yourself” Demo Surfaces Online