When it comes to jazz organists, few made as big an impact as Jimmy Smith. With a career that stretched from the mid-1950s to the early-2000s, Smith's blazing technique and groove-heavy style helped to solidify the B-3's place in jazz and inspired countless keyboardists, samplers and producers alike. Jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery is widely considered one of the most influential and innovative artists in the history of the genre. His technique is studied and emulated and his solos remain some of the finest of all time. Paying tribute to the two legends are three of the heavy-hitters of today's jazz scene: Jazz master drummer Jimmy Cobb, Miles Davis alumnus and renowned organist Joey DeFrancesco and pioneering fusion guitarist Larry Coryell.