Almost all the organ combos of the 1950s and 60s featured saxophone and guitar -- which is what makes this 1960 session (not released by Prestige until 1966) by Shirley Scott (1934-2002) unique. Scott's main accompaniment here is the vibraphone of Lem Winchester. There's no sax, no guitar.
Five of the LP's six tracks were standards, but the one Scott original, Blues for Tyrone, is the highlight. The album cut runs just short of 10 minutes, however the MP3 below is a much shorter version that was slapped onto a 45 for DJs. It should whet your appetite sufficiently to search out the full album.
Blues for Tyrone
Used copies of the LP, which was reissued in the 1970s, turn up now and again, but a better bet is the CD version, released in 2000 as part of Prestige's Legends of Acid Jazz series. It's still available from Amazon and has the cover pictured below.
As welll as the Soul Sister LP, the CD release also has the complete 1964 album Travelin' Light plus the title track from the LP Now's the Time. A legal download version of the CD is not available.
And to top it all off, here's a wonderful YouTube video of Scott performing in San Francisco in 1996. Audio quality is very good, the video less so, not surprising considering its vintage.