Gerald Smith Twig
Gerald Smith Twig
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Jazz guitarist Gerald "Twig" Smith has a long history in both R&B and jazz music. On his jazz album "The Age of Innocence," Gerald Veasley on the bass can be heard on "Diversity" and “Happy Samba." Twig plays with Ron Kerber on alto and soprano sax on "Hurricane Darrell" and "The Age of Innocence." Don Wilson's keyboards can be heard on "Happy Samba" and Veronica Mennweather does the background vocals on "Danielle." The drum loops are by Richard Waller.

Gerald "Twig" Smith switched to jazz after a long career in Philadelphia R&B, notably with the Saffires. With the Saffires, he recorded the chart hits, "Who Do You Love" and "Gotta Have Your Love." He also toured with the Dells and Billy Paul and worked extensively with Kenny Gamble. He worked in jazz with George Benson, Calvin Harris, Thornell Schwartz, Curtis Weaver. He has also performed with Jimmy McGriff, Bill Doggett and Groove Holmes

 

Age Of Innocence

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