B-3 organ kingpin Jimmy Smith and guitarist Wes Montgomery were key jazz innovators in the 1950s and '60s and are still both huge influences on today's musicians. Smith's bubbling organ escapades pioneered soul jazz, mixing up R&B, gospel, blues, and bop while working wicked grooves. Montgomery's trademark fluid style was an astute extension of Charlie Christian. Together, they were the Dynamic Duo, as one mid-'60s album was called. Meanwhile, the tribute threesome is pretty far along on the road to legendary status themselves, with a tasty... More >>>