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Got My Mojo Workin'

Jimmy Smith

 
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Recorded in 1993

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Personnel:

Jimmy Smith, Hammond and vocal
Kenny Burrell, guitar
Herman Riley, sax
Grady Tate, drums

What is a "mojo?" And how exactly does one get it working?

The musical answer here with Jimmy Smith and friends.

For those seeking a verbal answer, "mojo" originally meant a charm or a spell (and still means that to many people.)

Now it more often refers to what used to be referred to in the 50s and 60s as "sex appeal."

How to get it working? Well, that's another issue entirely.



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