Genre: jazz organPlay genre
Jazz organ music is a genre that features the use of a Hammond organ as the primary instrument. The sound is characterized by its rich, warm tones and the use of the organ's unique features, such as the drawbars and percussion settings. The genre has roots in gospel and blues music and has evolved to incorporate elements of funk, soul, and rock. It is often associated with improvisation and virtuosic playing. Some of the most notable performers in this genre include musicians who have pushed the boundaries of the genre and incorporated elements of other styles, such as funk and hip-hop.