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PostPosted: Thu May 30, 2013 12:23 pm 
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The Greatest Hammond Organ Solos - Part 1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jejadhR_m9w

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"Sunny" played by Pat Martino Trio (w. Scofield sitting in). Joey Francesco's B3 solo at the end is quite astonishing.
http://youtu.be/p2RRUVAD9Mc

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Barbara Dennerlein from switzerland. Not exactly my cup of tea but maybe interesting for those who need more hammond organ:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tl3lt3tbYas&list=PL70BDD6C5C7238C96
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JvgsU-RuKlo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60ut7yIuCEY

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fuZAlQbHOA

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National Health - Dreams Wide Awake

Starring Dave Stewart on a totally annihilating fuzz organ solo!

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Focus is worth mentioning:
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Booker T and The MGs - Green Onions

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Thats what I'm talkin' 'bout mmm hmm :mrgreen:

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Booker T and The MGs


and this one:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50xx1_CbJTI

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Hammond Organ History
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She Smiled Sweetly from the album Between The Buttons by The Rolling Stones.

Hamm it up here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPv7mN478EQ


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Tony Kaye's Hammond B3

http://youtu.be/gxL6-D69Fi8

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Last time i heard Carousel that good must of been Coney island 8)

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Steppenwolf - Magic Carpet Ride

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Vintage Hammond B3 on exhibit at National Museum of Roller Skating

I think he his just making in sound Awkward just Play a variation of i Oh i do like too be by the sea side :D
The Pitch folk Version :mrgreen:

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Blue Oyster Cult - Career Of Evil

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I've seen some great Hammond organ players in my time

Jon Lord
Keith Emerson
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But one of the most underrated: Graham Bond

Not a very nice man but a great musician.

I recall seeing him on John Peel's Show with his then band Holy Magick

The highlight, and I was sitting about 6 feet away from him, was the way he played sax and organ at the same time..!

Phenomenal!

As you all know, he was a key member of the mighty Ginger Baker's Airforce

Incidentally, was anybody else, apart from me, at the Airforce gig at the Royal Albert Hall, London, January 1970...?

What a night

Yes, what a night

Sadly, he threw himself under a train at Finsbury Park where I lived at the time

What a waste of a great talent





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Dr. Lonnie Smith / Joey DeFrancesco

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:arrow: .hansson & karlsson

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Tony Monaco Hammond B3 Settings and Sounds!

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January 11 is the 120th anniversary of the birth of a man who invented an automatic transmission system for cars, a type of 3-D glasses. a synchronous clock motor and infrared devices.
Those of us who love rock and pop music respect him most for the invention that he gave his name to. We’re talking about Laurens Hammond, the creator of the Hammond organ.

This pioneer, born on January 11, 1895 in Evanston, Illinois, already had numerous inventions under his belt by the time he perfected the musical instrument that would go on to adorn so many great records. He had won his degree in mechanical engineering from Cornell University during World War I, and worked privately on a number of brilliant technological advances, including a silent clock that encased the spring motor in a soundproof box.

Hammond’s automatic transmission system was turned down by Renault, but he went on to develop the synchronous motor that would be the basis of both his clock and organ discoveries. By his early 30s, he’d formed his own Hammond Clock Company, which later became the Hammond Instrument Company and then, in 1953, the Hammond Organ Company.

Even by the 1930s, Hammond had a fascination for the sounds coming from the phonograph turntables in his laboratory, and started to explore the idea of producing musical tones by electric synthesis. By 1934, with John M. Hanert, he’d come up with the design for what became the Hammond organ, a machine with 91 small tonewheel generators, rotated by that synchronous motor of his.

The harmonic drawbars above the keyboard created the chance to mix millions of different tones. The organ was first manufactured in 1935, and millions of keyboard players — especially of his celebrated B-3 — have been in Mr. Hammond’s debt ever since.

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