Jerry Jemmott (Finally) Gets Grammy Recognition

The Groovemaster finally gets his due for his work on "Games People Play."
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BP recently received word that the National Academy of Recording Arts and Science presented Jerry Jemmott with a long-overdue certificate recognizing his low-end work on King Curtis' Grammy Award-winning recording of "Games People Play."

"Games" took home the prize for Best R&B Instrumental Performance in 1969.

Congratulations, Jerry!

Visit the Groovemaster online at www.jerryjemmott.com and check out this Jemmott lesson from the April 2013 issue of Bass Player

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