NILOTPAL SINHA MUSIC
Born in the 1930s, American Jimmy McGriff played soul jazz, blues and hard-bop. He was also the pioneer of a genre called the ‘Rare Groove Music’. It is mainly associated with jazz, electronica and soul. McGriff developed a unique way of playing the Hammond XB-3, an organ synthesiser that increased the traditional church instrument’s capabilities and gave his music its trademark energy.