Shirley Scott was known as the “Queen of the Organ” for her abilities with a Hammond B3. She played what became known as soul jazz and her career stretched from the late ‘50s all the way up to the early ‘90s. As well as her solo albums, she worked with Stanley Turrentine and Eddie ‘Lockjaw’ Davis. One For Me, as the title suggests, is a very personal album that she recorded in late ‘74. The musicians included Harold Vick on tenor sax and Billy Higgins on Drums.