Shirley Scott & The Soul Saxes 
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Shirley Scott (March 14, 1934 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — March 10, 2002) was a hard bop and soul-jazz organist.
BiographyShe had been an admirer of Jimmy Smith and over time would play piano and trumpet before moving to the Hammond organ. The organ would be her main instrument, but on occasion she still played piano. In the 1950s she became known for her work with saxophone player Eddie Davis, particularly the song "In the Kitchen". She was married to Stanley Turrentine during the 1960s and their musical collaboration was fruitful. In the 1980s she became a jazz educator.
She died of heart failure in 2002 and it is believed this had been hastened by the diet drug fen-phen.
Discography Please help improve this section by expanding it. Further information might be found on the talk page. (January 2009)
1958: Shirley's Sounds (Prestige Records) - with George Duvivier, George Tucker, Arthur Edgehill
1961: Shirley Scott plays Horace Silver, Prestige,
1958: Workin' , Prestige
1962 Sweet Soul, Prestige
1963 For Members Only, Shirely Scott Trio: Great Scott, 1964 , impulse, 1989, Mit dem Oliver Nelson Orchestra
1964: Queen of the Organ (Impulse!) with Stanley Turrentine
1963: For Members Only (Impulse!)
1964: Everybody Loves a Lover (Impulse!)
1964: Queen of the Organ (Impulse!)
1964: The Great Live Sessions (Impulse!)
1964: Girl Talk (Impulse!)
1965: Latin Shadows (Impulse!)
1966: Roll 'Em (Impulse!)
1966: On a Clear Day (Impulse!)
1966: Plays the Big Bands (Impulse!)
1967: Soul Duo (Impulse!)
1992 : Blues Everywhere, candid
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