Richard "Groove" Holmes
6 Shouts - 247,011 Scrobbles
Richard Arnold "Groove" Holmes, Born Richard Arnold Jackson(Camden, New Jersey, May 2, 1931 – St. Louis, Missouri, June 29, 1991) was an American jazz organist who performed in the hard bop and soul jazz genre. He is best known for his 1965 recording of "Misty," and is considered a precursor of acid jazz. Holmes burst onto the music scene in the early 1960s (his first album, on Pacific Jazz with guest Ben Webster was recorded in March 1961).
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Groovin' For Mr. G - (4:09) - 1,615 plays
- Misty - (6:01) - 1,154 plays
- Groovin' For Mr. G - 2002 Digital Remaster - 813 plays
- No Trouble on the Mountain - (3:56) - 439 plays
- Song For My Father - (6:04) - 182 plays
- Down Home Funk - (4:13) - 174 plays
- Groove's Groove - (7:05) - 161 plays
- Soul Message - (3:29) - 165 plays
- Red Onion - (3:42) - 102 plays
- Down Home Funk - 2002 - Remaster - (5:22) - 79 plays
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