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  • Soul Jazz B-3 Organ Mix | Hammond Organ Playlist

    2:15:26

    Soul Jazz B-3 Organ Mix - Hammond Organ Playlist
    Shirley Scott, Jimmy Smith, Rhoda Scott, Lou Bennett, 'Brother' Jack McDuff, Richard 'Groove' Holmes

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  • Barbara Dennerlein & Rhoda Scott on Hammond B3 Organ

    8:23

    Can you handle this much organ? We are used to guitarists like Duane Allman and Dickey Betts, or Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes mixing it up, but Rhoda Scott and Barbara Dennerlein prove that instrumental music isn't just a man's world.

    This impromptu performance took place in Switzerland in 2002 at the Bern Jazz Festival, bringing together two legends of the Hammond B3 Organ - the 5 time Downbeat Critics Poll Winner Barbara Dennerlein and the great Soul Jazz artist Rhoda Scott, a.k.a. Barefoot Lady - called a very great virtuoso by Arthur Rubinstein.

    For Dennerlein fans this is a bit unusual, because Barbara isn't playing pedal bass. This number Nova was composed by Rhoda, an accomplished pedal bass player herself, so she provides the bass lines.

    Not only are they smoking hot soloists, but check out the great interplay, harmonics, and accompaniment.

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  • Booker T. Jones: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    17:53

    Jones' name is synonymous with the Hammond B3 organ. At 17, he recorded the instrument's anthem, Green Onions, with his band Booker T and The MG's. Watch him play the song all alone in the NPR Music offices -- and with such joy, you'd swear he just discovered it.

    Set List:
    Green Onions
    Born Under A Bad Sign
    Down In Memphis

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    You can download the video by subscribing to the All Songs Considered Tiny Desk Concert Podcast at npr.org/tinydeskconcerts

  • Cory Henry plays the Hammond XK5

    4:03

    NAMM 2017

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  • Jazz Lesson Hammond Organ Settings for Jazz Blues and Rock and Roll

    11:06

    Jazz Lesson Series from Hammond Organ Settings for Jazz Blues and Rock and Roll.
    This video reveals common Jazz, Blues and Rock and Roll drawbar settings on the Hammond B-3, and other Hammond Organs. It illustrates different sounds on the the upper and lower manuals as well as the rotary speaker sound of the Leslie 122 speaker. Useful to set comping. Gospel and solo settings on the drawbars.

  • Jimmy Smith - The Sermon

    20:13

    Album: The Sermon!
    Year: 1958
    Label: Blue Note

    Jimmy Smith - organ
    Lee Morgan - trumpet
    Lou Donaldson - alto saxophone
    Tina Brooks - tenor saxophone
    Kenny Burrell - guitar
    Art Blakey - drums

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  • Buddy Greene - Classical Harmonica Medley

    4:45

    Buddy Greene - Official Video for “Classical Harmonica Medley (Live)”, available now!

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  • How to play smooth chords on the organ

    6:53

    How to play smooth chords on the organ

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  • One Hour of Piano Hymns - 23 favorite instrumentals with lyrics

    1:12:37

    Here are 23 of my favorite hymns that I've recorded in the last few years.
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    0:00 - Trusting Jesus That is All - key of F
    3:23 - Jesus Paid It All - key of C
    6:19 - I'd Rather Have Jesus - key of C
    10:14 - Jesus is All the World to Me - key of F
    13:04 - He Leadeth Me - key of B flat and C
    16:13 - Jesus is the Sweetest Name I Know - key of C
    18:50 - Tell Me the Story of Jesus - key of C and D
    22:10 - Take the World, but Give Me Jesus - key of D
    25:18 - There is a Fountain Filled With Blood - key of A
    28:51 - Rock of Ages (alternate version) - key of D
    31:26 - Grace Greater Than Our Sin - key of G
    34:27 - Holy, Holy, Holy - key of C
    37:20 - Holy Spirit, Fill Me Now - key of F
    40:35 - Nothing Between My Soul and the Savior - key of F
    44:56 - Sweet Hour of Prayer - key of C and D
    49:10 - God Will Take Care of You - key of A
    51:50 - A Shelter in the Time of Storm - key of D
    54:40 - Shall We Gather at the River - key of D
    57:39 - Take Time to be Holy - key of D
    1:00:18 - A New Name in Glory - key of G
    1:03:31 - Rejoice The Lord is King - key of C
    1:05:57 - He Keeps Me Singing As I Go - key of F
    1:09:36 - More, More About Jesus - key of F and G

  • The Greatest Hammond Organ Solos - Part 3

    10:16

    1. Ken Hensley - Uriah Heep - July Morning
    2. David Stone - Rainbow - Long Live Rock 'n' Roll
    3. Vincent Crane - Atomic Rooster - Breakthrough
    4. Josef Skrzek - Czesław Niemen Band - Strange is this World
    5. Dave Greenslade - Colosseum - Valentyne Suite
    6. John Novello - Niacin - No Man's Land
    7. Mauri Sanchis trio
    8. Andreas Hellkvist
    9. Billy Preston - Summertime
    10. Jon Lord - Solo in Green Onions with The Hoochie Coochie Men
    11. Jon Novello - Niacin - No Man's Land
    12. Greg Rollie - Santana - Evil Ways @ Woodstock
    13. Booker T. Jones - Booker T. and the MG's - Hip Hug Her
    14. Eddie Howard, Jr.
    15. Joey DeFrancesco - Blues for Bobby C
    16. Steve Walsh - Kansas - The Pinnacle
    17. Rick Wakeman - Yes - Close to the Edge
    18. Rod Argent - Argent - Hold your Head Up
    19. Brian Auger - Julie Driscoll with Brian Auger and the Trinity - Save Me
    20. Lee Michaels
    21. Keith Emerson - Emerson, Lake and Palmer (ELP) - Hoedown
    22. Vincent Crane - Atomic Rooster - VUG
    23. Tom Scholz - Boston - Smokin'
    24. Keith Emerson - America
    25. Thijs van Leer - Focus - Eruption
    26. Premecz Mátyás - Kéknyúl Hammond Band - Gospell
    27. Jimmy Foster
    28. Jimmy Smith - Organ Grinder's Swing

    I cut together some of my favorite Hammond organ solos and created this compilation video, as a tribute to some of the best Hammond organ players and to every fanatic of this marvelous instrument. It covers the Rock, Progressive Rock, Blues, Jazz usage of the organ. Thanks to everyone whose videos I used!

  • Hammond Organ History

    14:12

    History of the Hammond Organ

  • Do-It-Yourself Organ Pedal for Home Use

    25:00

    I would like to show you how you can (quite easily) build a MIDI organ pedal (pipe organ) for home use.

    If you want to see how you may simply control the Hauptwerk registers (manubria) without the computer mouse, please see the video:


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    Photograps of real pedal made by Peter:


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    Please have some fun listening to the artistic use of an organ pedal: my frined's CD recorded in my home city of Poznan:



    Here we have an „competitive” solution, if you wish…:


    In my video I referenced to a few web sites:

    Contact and some info about Mr. Karol Rogala:
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    I used few free musical works from YT library:

    By the Pool (Jingle Punks)
    How It Began (Silent Partner)
    Bike Rides (The Green Orbs)
    Blakey’s Burnout (John Deley)
    Bubble Bath (The Green Orbs)
    Jazz Organ Trio Cool Blue (Dough Maxwell/Media Right Prod.)
    Ponies and Balloons (The Green Orbs)
    Rhythm Changes (John Deley & the 41 Players)
    Water Lily (The 126ers)

  • James finds a $300.00 Hammond Organ, your thoughts? Cheap Deals

    10:46

    In his travels James finds a $300.00 Hammond organ with a few problems. (Pacific Thrift Store 6101 Watt Ave North Highlands, CA) It makes a lot of noise when sitting at idle, but once you start playing it seems to quite up quite a bit. This is not a model we have ever seen before as it was obviously made after the famed B-3 run, but was most assuredly in very limited production. It is not our policy to talk about money, but made an exception in this case as the organ would only make sense because of it's low price as it needed work. Does anyone have an idea what would make it make a noise like this, but mostly when the piano was at idle, if so let us know in the comments.

  • Valeri: Complete Organ Music

    3:33:37

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    Composer: Gaetano Valeri
    Artists: Paolo Bottini (organ)

    Gaetano Valeri is a composer who has only fully come to public attention over the course of the last three decades, thanks to the interest generated by a growing body of musicological research. Prolific and inventive, Valeri wrote a huge number of pieces for orchestra, organ, harpsichord and piano.

    Writing at a time of musical transition, Valeri had one foot firmly in his own era –which we would now regard as Classical – following the teachings of the Viennese school, and with some of his pieces bearing the hallmarks of Haydn's and Mozart's influence. At the same time, he remained attached to the then outmoded but still charming galant style, more prone to lavish ornamentation, popular earlier in the 18th century.

    Valeri was also very much a composer rooted in the land in which he lived – the Veneto region of north-eastern Italy. He wrote many works with specific organs in mind, as can be seen in the use in his scores of rare stops found particularly in the local area. On this recording, Paolo Bottini plays on carefully chosen instruments from churches in the same region, built by the same organ-builder, and with many features in common with those on which the composer would have played, in order to give us an authentic impression of what the music might have sounded like in Valeri's time. At the same time, Bottini makes some of his own decisions regarding sonic balance and use of stops independently of the composer's indications, creating a distinctive rendering of Valeri's music for organ.

    Bottini is a multi-keyboardist with a particular interest in historical organs. He is an expert player (Arkiv Music) who delivers engaging performances” (Music Web International), with a varied discography across a number of Italian record labels. This is his second recording for Brilliant Classics.

    The first recording of the complete organ works by Valeri.
    Gaetano Valeri (1760-1822) was born in Padua, Italy, bred and raised in the “Keyboard School of the Veneto region”. A true “classical” composer he absorbed the style of Haydn and Mozart, while still under the influence of the Galant Style of Galuppi, Alberti and Turini.
    Valeri’s organ works contain indications of the use of certain stops, which were specific of the organs built in his time in the Veneto, by for instance the famous organ builder Callido.
    Valeri’s organ works form a happy mix of the Classical and Galant, strict forms containing beautiful cantabile melodies and lavish ornamentation.
    Italian organist Paolo Bottini chose two beautiful historic organs from Valeri’s time, the full specification of which are included in the booklet, which also contains scholarly written liner notes by the artist.

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  • Besame Mucho Klaus Wunderlich Bésame Mucho By Rico Yamaha Tyros 4 Roland G70

    2:59

    Besame Mucho Klaus Wunderlich Bésame Mucho by Rico Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 And Roland G70

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    Because this is one of my favorite songs

    I wil be answering all you emails when i have the time i wil be back in the first week

    of October and and i wil try to reply to you @ll on this song when ever i can

    Thank you all so much for your Support !

    Friendly Greetings Rico Speak to you @ll SOON


    Bésame Mucho is a Spanish-language song written in 1940 by Mexican songwriter Consuelo Velázquez.

    According to Velázquez herself, she wrote this song even though she had never been kissed yet at the time, and kissing as she heard was considered a sin.[2][3]

    She was inspired by the piano piece Quejas, o la Maja y el Ruiseñor from the 1911 suite Goyescas by Spanish composer Enrique Granados, which he later also included as Aria of the Nightingale in his 1916 opera of the same name.

    There are slight differences in the wording at the end of the chorus, regarding the words perderte después meaning to lose you afterwards. Considering that Velázquez may have been fifteen years old when she wrote the song, this sentence reflects inexperience and innocence. Indeed, a video from TV Mexicana[4] shows Consuelo Velázquez playing the piano while the singer sings perderte después. However, many interpretations use perderte otra vez (lose you once again) instead of the original perderte después (lose you afterwards). This may have been modified to touch a more grown-up, experienced audience.

    An English-language version of the song was written by Sunny Skylar. The lyrics are different from the direct English translation of the original, but retain the Spanish Bésame mucho.

    Bésame Mucho is also known by translated names such as Kiss Me Much, Kiss Me a Lot, Kiss Me Again and Again, Embrasse-moi fort, Stale Ma Bozkavaj, Suutele minua, Szeretlek én and Mara beboos.


    Emilio Tuero was the first to record the song, but the Lucho Gatica version made the song famous. Pedro Infante sang the song in English in his 1951 movie A Toda Maquina. The Beatles covered the song numerous times, both on stage and in the studio, including during their audition for Decca Records, their first EMI recording session and the Get Back sessions. A performance from the Get Back sessions was included in the documentary film Let It Be, while one from the EMI audition appeared on the Anthology 1 compilation. The Beatles sang their rendition of the song with English lyrics that do not correspond to the original Spanish lyrics. The Coasters released a version of the song that featured King Curtis on the saxophone.[5]

    Jimmy Dorsey recorded a version that became a Billboard #1 Hit in 1944.

    Jet Harris made an instrumental version (bass guitar) in 1962. Alejandro Fernández included the song in the live album Un Canto De México. In 1997, Luis Miguel recorded the song for the album Romances.

    The composition has been used in the soundtracks of numerous other films, including Great Expectations, Moon over Parador, Arizona Dream, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears, The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear, In Good Company, Paid, Juno, Mona Lisa Smile, Mivtza Savta, Ljubav i drugi zločini, and Santa Sangre.

    Fastball's hit 1998 song The Way was inspired by Bésame Mucho and uses much of the same melody.

    In 2006, Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli, famously recorded the song for his album Amore.

    In 2007, composer/arranger and jazz trombonist Steve Wiest was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Arrangement for his version of Bésame Mucho that was recorded by Maynard Ferguson on The One and Only Maynard Ferguson. In January 2010, at the 52nd Grammy Awards, Herb Alpert was nominated for Best Pop Instrumental Performance.

  • Cory Henrys solo Tribute to Melvin Crispell Wonderful is your name

    5:21

    NYC sent Professor Melvin Crispell home with a Musical Celebration. Musicians from across the country pay their respect. Listen to one of many. Cory Henry plays from the heart. Dedicated to Melvin Crispell

  • AVE MARIA - SCHUBERT ST MARYS CHURCH, FAILSWORTH

    6:09

    Jonathan Scott performs his solo organ arrangement of Ave Maria by Franz Schubert at the organ of St. Mary's R.C. Church, Failsworth, Manchester. The score of this transcription is available here:

    “This is the instrument where I first began playing the organ when I became organist at the age of 10 and taught myself to play the pedals! I practised on this instrument and played for all services, weddings and funerals for the next 7 years. I was glad of the opportunity to return to make this video and record a piece which I often played here and I feel perfectly suits this beautiful modern Catholic Church.” Jonathan

    St. Mary's R.C. Church, The Immaculate Conception, Failsworth, Manchester, UK.

    St Mary's in Failsworth was conceived as a Roman Catholic devotional shrine to the Virgin Mary in Romanesque basilican style and was opened in 1964. The previous Church of St. Mary was opened in 1865, but closed in 1959 due to subsidence and was demolished in 1964. A new Church was designed by Tadeusz Lesisz (1918-2009) of Greenhalgh & Williams architects in 1961. Leisiz had a distinguished career as a Naval Officer in WWII, studied to be an architect at Oxford and was one of the most important figures in Manchester's Polish Community.

    Today the Church retains almost all of its original features, and it contains many striking original designs including a huge mosaic reredos of 'Our Lady of all Graces' designed by a young parishioner, B. Nolan, which was made in Italy and installed by Alberti, Lupton & Co. of Moston. The west front entrance archway houses a suspended aluminium figure of the Virgin Mary made by E & J Blackwell and designed by Lesisz as a depiction of 'The Immaculate Conception'. The statue in the Lady Chapel is described as 'A vision by St Catherine of Mary as Queen of the Universe'.

    The stained glass is by Charles Lightfoot and incorporates many pieces from the original Victorian Church including a large west window of the Assumption, and Ascension of Mary into heaven.

    The organ in the west gallery is a 6 rank extension instrument installed by Jardine & Co. of Manchester in 1964.

    SPECIFICATION

    PEDAL
    16 Open Wood A
    16 Violone B
    16 Bourdon C
    8 OctaveA
    8 Flute C
    4 Octave Flute C

    SWELL
    16 Contra Salicional D
    8 Diapason Minor B
    8 Salicional D
    8 Lieblich Gedeckt C
    4 Principal B
    4 Salicet D
    4 Lieblich Flote C
    2 Fifteenth B
    2 Salicetina D
    1 Twenty Second
    III Mixture [?]
    16 Double Trumpet F
    8 Trumpet F
    4 Clarion F
    Tremulant

    GREAT
    16 Double Open Diapason A
    8 Diapason Major A
    8 Diapason Minor B
    8 Salicional D
    8 Lieblich Gedeckt C
    8 Clarabella E
    4 Octave A
    4 Claribel Flute E
    2 Super Octave A
    8 Trumpet F

    COUPLERS
    Swell to Great
    Swell to Pedal
    Great to Pedal

    A Unenclosed
    B-F Enclosed (Except bottom octave of Pedals)

    The video was produced by Scott Brothers Duo

  • Billy Preston - You Cant Beat God Giving Official Video

    4:08

    Billy Preston - Official Video for 'You Can't Beat God Giving (Live)', available now!

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    You can’t beat God’s giving, no matter how you try.
    And just as sure as you are living
    and the Lord is in heaven on high.
    The more you give, the more He give to you,
    but keep on giving because it’s really true
    that you can’t beat God’s giving, no matter how you try.

    Should we receive and never give,
    the Savior died that we might live.
    His life on Calvary, He gladly gave,
    our sinful souls to save.

    He gives me health, He keeps me strong,
    He guides me when I would go wrong,
    He gives me everything that I need,
    my ever hunger feeds.

    He gave me peace, He made me whole,
    and when in sin He saved my soul.
    And what I gave would never be compared
    with the blessing that I share

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  • The Greatest Jazz Organ Player ALIVE!

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  • Kyle Roussel Organ Trio - Live from the Jazz & Heritage Center

    38:15

    Recorded by WWOZ on July 25th, 2018. 2020 Remaster.

    Kyle Roussel - Organ
    Jermal Watson - Drums
    Kenaniah Turner - Bass

  • Moanin - Rhoda Scott 1972

    3:08

    Rhoda Scott live on the Hammond C3 with one speed 22H Leslie + drummer Cees Kranenburg jr. From the full TV show 1972 and 1974 45-45min.

  • Jimmy Smith Playing The Sermon on Hammond B3 Organ

    8:09

    The legend jazz organ master Jimmy Smith is playing it's classic The Sermon in Europe in mid-90's.

  • The Real Jimmy Smith

    7:40

    The real Jimmy Smith plays Dizzy Gillespie's The Champ, recorded live in France in 1962. Guitar: Roy Montrell, Drums: Donald Bailey

    Jimmy Smith made the Hammond organ one of the most popular sounds in jazz beginning in the mid-1950's.

    Before Jimmy Smith, the electric organ had been nearly a novelty in jazz; it was he who made it an important instrument in the genre and influenced nearly every subsequent notable organist in jazz and rock, including Jimmy McGriff, Jack McDuff, Larry Young, Shirley Scott, Al Kooper and Joey DeFrancesco.

    By 1955 -- which coincidentally was the year Hammond introduced its most popular model, the B-3 -- he had an organ trio with a new sound that would thereafter become the model for groups in what became known as organ rooms, the urban bars up and down the East Coast specializing in precisely the kind of blues-oriented, swinging, funky music that Mr. Smith epitomized. He continued touring and recording until just before his death.

    Born in 1928, Mr. Smith grew up in a musical family in Norristown, Pa., near Philadelphia; by his early teens he was competently playing stride piano and performing as a dancer in a team with his father, a day-laboring plasterer who also played piano at night.

    He left school in the eighth grade, never to return, and joined the Navy at the age of 15. When he finished his service in 1947, he played professionally and studied music for two years on the G.I. bill at the Ornstein School of Music.

    In the early 1950's he worked around Philadelphia, playing rhythm and blues with Don Gardner's Sonotones. In 1952, or perhaps 1953, he met Wild Bill Davis, the organ player who pioneered the organ-trio format, at a club. Mr. Smith asked him how long it would take to learn the organ; Davis replied that it would take years to learn the pedals alone. (In Mr. Smith's retelling, the number of years varied between 4 and 15.) Playing piano at night and practicing organ during the day, Mr. Smith studied a chart of the instrument's 25 foot pedals and claimed that he played fluent walking-bass lines with his feet within three months.

    By 1955 he was on his way to making his new organ trio sound pervasive.

    Like many other great jazz musicians, Mr. Smith insisted that the key to finding his own sound was through studying musicians who did not play his instrument.

    While others think of the organ as a full orchestra, he wrote in a short piece for The Hammond Times in 1964, I think of it as a horn. I've always been an admirer of Charlie Parker, and I try to sound like him. I wanted that single-line sound like a trumpet, a tenor or an alto saxophone.

    He also made heavy use of the B-3's percussion sound, a circuit controlled by one of its drawbar switches that gives it a leaner tone, closer to that of a piano.

    Partly through the agency of Babs Gonzalez, the singer and radio disc jockey, Mr. Smith was signed to the Blue Note label, making his first albums for the label in 1956; some well-received gigs that year at the Cafe Bohemia in New York heightened the excitement about his new sound.

    He made many popular records for Blue Note and Verve, among them Groovin' at Small's Paradise, The Cat (with the arranger Lalo Schifrin), a few records with the guitarist Wes Montgomery and in 1965 his vocal version of Got My Mojo Workin', arranged by Oliver Nelson.

  • King Of Jazz 1930s Music Selections By British Orchestra & Organ @Pax41

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    King Of Jazz 1930 music selections by British orchestra & organ @Pax41
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    Track 1 - Regal Cinema Orchestra - King Of Jazz Selections - organ by Quentin Maclean

    Track 2 - Edward O'Henry - It Happened In Monterey - organ at Madame Tussaud's London - music from the King Of Jazz

    Track 3 - Edward O'Henry - Song Of The Dawn - organ at Madame Tussaud's London - music from the King Of Jazz

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  • The Greatest Hammond Organ Solos - Part 2

    9:24

    Part 3 is up!

    I cut together some of my favorite Hammond organ solos and created this compilation video, as a tribute to some of the best Hammond organ players and to every fanatic of this marvelous instrument. It covers the Rock, Progressive Rock, Blues, Jazz usage of the organ. I have worked a lot more with this video, so it's superior compared to its predecessor. Thanks to everyone whose videos I used!

    1.Keith Emerson - Emerson, Lake and Palmer ( ELP ) - Promenade ( Pictures at an Exhibition )
    2. Rhoda Scott - Moanin'
    3. Barbara Dennerlein
    4. Jimmy Smith Trio
    5. Jon Lord - Deep Purple - Child in Time ( Improvisation )
    6. Brian Auger - Whenever You're Ready
    7. Jimmy Smith Quartet - The Cat
    8. a.) Jon Lord - Deep Purple - Concerto for Group and Orchestra
    b.) Don Airey - Deep Purple
    c.) Jon Lord - Deep Purple California Jam

    9. Tehtube - Deep Purple - Hush solo
    10. Organgrinder010 - Hammond L-133 improvisation
    11. Jon Lord - Deep Purple - Highway Star
    12. a.) Jimmy Smith Quartet - The Cat
    b.) Jimmy Smith Trio
    c.) Jon Lord - Deep Purple
    d.) Jimmy Smith - Midnight Special
    e.) Jon Lord - Deep Purple
    f.) Jimmy Smith Trio
    g.) Lerch István - V'73
    h.) Jimmy Smith Trio

    13. Jon Lord Solo / Improvisation - Live Encounters
    14. Pascal Lanslots - Southside Blues Revue & Magic Frankie - Honey Hush
    15. Jon Lord Solo - Deep Purple - Lazy Medley - California Jam
    16. Mike Mangan - Big Organ Trio
    17. Keith Emerson - Emerson, Lake and Palmer ( ELP ) - Rondo / Improvisation
    18. Keith Emerson - Jon Lord - Organ abuse
    19. Jon Lord - Deep Purple - Mandrake Root


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  • The Howard Beaumont Trio: Hammond Organ - Jazz Club Nights.

    1:8:32

    Howard Beaumont - For well over twenty years Howard has been the resident organist at the Scarborough Spa. He represents nothing less than another institution within our town's rich musical heritage!
    On this recording he demonstrates his creative skills on the Hammond A.100 Organ along with the amazing combined efforts of Lee Adams on percussion and Gary Gillyett on jazz guitar.
    'It was a cold November night when The Howard Beaumont Trio played a barnstorming gig at the Scarborough Jazz Club held at The Cask public house. Howard's annual outing for his beloved Hammond and Leslie speaker from the early sixties was handled carefully and wired up for a night to remember.
    The boys were out to swing and swing was indeed the king that night! With Latin numbers like 'Ricardo', alongside out and out swingers such as 'Lover Come Back to Me', there is music for all tastes. Two lovely ballads 'Come Rain or Shine' and the Chet Baker classic 'You Don't Know What Love Is' make a nice contrast. There are references to great jazz organists of the past, namely Wild Bill Davies, Alan Haven and Jimmy Smith in Howard's interpretations. That's hardly surprising as he grew up with these guys. So, pour yourself a glass of whatever and share the evening with the Boys and those noisy 'Boys at the Back' that evening back in November 2008 at the Scarborough Jazz Club located at 'The Cask' public house off Ramshill Road.

    On this video: images basically relating to the music many from the Scarborough area plus Howard and 'The Boys' at the club.
    Album Info:-
    Howard Beaumont - The Boys & the 'B'.
    Recorded live at The Cask, Scarborough, England.
    Lee Adams - Percussion & Gary Gillyett - Guitar. Howard Beaumont - Hammond Organ A.100
    Harmony Cottage - C.D. recording - 2008.
    Apologies for any unintended infringement of copyright. This video has not been made for any element of personal profit or gain.

  • 2.Erroll Garner Playing Style

    2:31

    Most of jazz organ players ( like Mr. Jimmy Smith ) typically use this kind of sound character, that is called Erroll (Garner) Playing Style with the certain setting of drawbars (Harmonic Bars). This was developed by Erroll Garner, a jazz pianist. Please have a look of the performance in this video. You will see such an original playing style and also listen to the typical organ sound and triplet notes heard in this playing style.
    Played by Atsuko Hashimoto.

  • Neon Jazz Interview with Philadelphia Jazz Organist, Composer & Educator Lucas Brown

    13:40

    Welcome to a new edition of the Neon Jazz interview with Philadelphia Jazz Organist, Composer & Educator .. He reached out to Neon Jazz and we caught wind of his 2019 Skyviews .. It’s a great listen and he talks about this .. Lucas was born, raised and now living in the land of Coltrane .. Philadelphia. He actively performs both Jazz and Classical music and has performed around the US and has been at Carnegie Hall, the Kimmel Center, the Jazz Standard and the Blue Note, and in Europe and Asia. He’s also a member of the faculty at the Temple University Esther Boyer College of Music and over the years he has performed with greats like Pat Martino, Eric Alexander, Terell Stafford, and been a sideman … So, get to know him and dig this interview my friends ..

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  • Interview: Steve Winwood Talks How Hammond Organ, FM Radio Made His Career

    21:26

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  • Hu Xiaoyangs Jazz Organ Concert @ China Conservatory 2012

    1:18:10

    A Senior Student in China Conservatory, majors in electronic organ playing.
    Program List:
    Summertime
    Alice In Wonderland
    On A Clear Day
    To Love Again
    Body & Soul
    All Of Me
    This Masqurade
    Lan Hua Hua (The Orchids)
    The Girl From Ipanema
    City Jazz(Original)
    Take The A Train
    Recado Bossa Nova
    Moon River

  • JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH: JESU, JOY OF MANS DESIRING & TALAMBA

    4:28

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    Choral from the Cantata No. 147 (Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben/Jésus demeure ma joie). Arranged by Miklós Szitha




    Recorded live on the 24th of December, 2009, in the Austro-Hungarian Royal and Imperial Palace's Chapel (Gödöllő, Hungary)

  • ORGAN CORNER #13 | Orla Ringway RS620eu Organ Demonstration

    22:58

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  • Organ licks 3-28-2017

    19:00

    Five organ grooves with descriptions:
    00:57 - 1960s Groovy
    03:31 - Chicken Shack
    08:43 - 1970s Samba
    11:31 - 1950s/60s Jazzy
    15:13 - 1970s Game Show

  • GarageBand for ios 10 / 11: The Hammond Organ - making recordings sound expensive since 1935...

    11:54

    Here's a demo of the features of the hugely powerful Hammond emulator built into GarageBand. Add this to your tune with dynamic drawbar settings and rotary speaker for a warm sound, perfect for the spiky hubbub of guitars and drums...

    Laurens Hammond (1895-1973) came up with the organ having responded to a complaint that the assistant treasurer of his company, the Hammond Clock Company, himself an amateur organist, had nowhere but the local church to practise! He only went and created rock history twenty years early...

    This is the same man who came up with an automatic transmission system for a car in 1907, when he was 12 years old!

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  • PAUL KIRNER - CLASSICS OF JAZZ - Compton/Wurlitzer 4/20 Theatre Organ - 2014 *****

    10:50

    PAUL KIRNER playing the 4/20 COMPTON/WURLITZER with Melotone & Piano.
    at COMPTON LODGE in Sapcote, Leicestershire, England.
    THANK YOU! FOR ALL YOUR TERRIFIC COMMENTS & LIKES on this channel - MAGIC!!!
    Part of a Charity Live performance - CLASSICS OF JAZZ Selection, arranged by Paul Kirner,
    based on the famous 1930's Reginald Dixon version on Regal Zonophone 78rpm record -
    and your can't get a better pedigree than that!!!
    One of our regular visitors to Compton Lodge dubbed Paul - MR. MEDLEY, Hope you agree!
    Looking forward to playing this terrific instrument again at the Music Palace in Ynyshir.
    I'm told we have the largest and finest collection of Theatre Pipe Organs and Electronic Organs
    under one roof in Europe - That would be nice!
    Thanks to our thousands of patrons who have supported Compton Lodge at Sapcote, Leicester,
    the ex-Gaumont Manchester Wurlitzer I have on hire to Folly Farm Leisure Park near Tenby in
    West Wales and my ex-Regal Edmonton Torch Christie at Paul Kirner's Music Palace in
    Ynyshir near Porth in the Rhondda Valley.
    A ComptonLodgeStudios Presentation.

  • My jazz version of Sunny

    6:43

    My jazz version of sunny
    Written by: bobby hebb
    This song was popular in the jazz world in the 60 and 70s by jazz artist like jimmy btw is one of my favorite jazz organists

  • Organ Explosion - The Blues

    5:10

    Short Blues Version from Duke Ellington´s Creole Love Call performed by Organ Explosion.

    Import/Export Munich
    Hansi Enzensperger: Hammond A100
    Manfed Mildenberger: Drums
    Ludwig Klöckner: Bass

  • Jazz improvisation on I thought about you

    3:42

    Video recording during live concert on the hybrid organ in Cortazar, Mexico, 8.8.2020.

  • Hammond Sk2 prototype & Hammond B3 demo IMPROVISATION JAZZ by T.C. Pfeiler Copyr Soc AKM Jazz organ

    5:25

    First full Jazz-organ demo video with Hammond Sk2 prototype plus extra equipment versus Hammond B3 console by Austria´s Jazz-organ legend T.C. Pfeiler, May 2011. Note: At the beginning of the video is is no sound (28 seconds), just some images from organ transportation in the the past.

    0:27 - 1:01
    IMPROVISATION JAZZ on Hammond B3 # 56014
    Composer: Ewald Pfeiler = (aka) T.C. Pfeiler™® = (aka) PFEILER, T C
    Lyricist: instrumental
    © Copyright Society: AKM Austria

    1:31 - 2:04
    IMPROVISATION JAZZ on Hammond Sk2
    Composer: Ewald Pfeiler = (aka) T.C. Pfeiler™® = (aka) PFEILER, T C
    Lyricist: instrumental
    © Copyright Society: AKM Austria
     
    2:05 - 4:35
    IMPROVISATION JAZZ on Hammond Sk2
    Composer: Ewald Pfeiler = (aka) T.C. Pfeiler™® = (aka) PFEILER, T C
    Lyricist: instrumental
    © Copyright Society: AKM Austria
     
    4:37 - 5:12
    BRONZEVILLE - composed by T.C. Pfeiler (Hammond Sk2)
    Composer: Ewald Pfeiler = (aka) T.C. Pfeiler™® = (aka) PFEILER, T C
    Lyricist: instrumental
    © Copyright Society: AKM Austria

    Recorded live in Seekirchen, Austria on May 25, 2011 and at Hammond Germany shop, Langenau in May 23, 2011 by Miss Ulrike Muehlbachler

    Personnel:
    T.C. Pfeiler - Hammond Sk2 prototype

    Released on Youtube: Feb. 24, 2014

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    Ulrike Muehlbachler & Prof. Ewald T.C. Pfeiler - all rights reserved!

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  • How to Play Killer Hammond Blues with only 2 Fingers!

    8:37

    Nord Electro 6D 73 Stage Piano -

    Ever wanted to play 12-Bar Blues? Well Jack has got you covered.
    Going from finding space as a keys player in a band to 7th chords and rhythms, Jack runs through some of the Nord's great Hammond tones combined with some slick blues runs.
    So be a late night jam session or playing at home, with this lesson you too can become a blues master!

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  • Jimmy Smith and the Groove

    10:03

    Jimmy Smith made the Hammond organ one of the most popular sounds in jazz beginning in the mid-1950's.

    Before Jimmy Smith, the electric organ had been nearly a novelty in jazz; it was he who made it an important instrument in the genre and influenced nearly every subsequent notable organist in jazz and rock, including Jimmy McGriff, Jack McDuff, Larry Young, Shirley Scott, Al Kooper and Joey DeFrancesco.

    By 1955 -- which coincidentally was the year Hammond introduced its most popular model, the B-3 -- he had an organ trio with a new sound that would thereafter become the model for groups in what became known as organ rooms, the urban bars up and down the East Coast specializing in precisely the kind of blues-oriented, swinging, funky music that Mr. Smith epitomized. He continued touring and recording until just before his death.

    Born in 1928, Mr. Smith grew up in a musical family in Norristown, Pa., near Philadelphia; by his early teens he was competently playing stride piano and performing as a dancer in a team with his father, a day-laboring plasterer who also played piano at night.

    He left school in the eighth grade, never to return, and joined the Navy at the age of 15. When he finished his service in 1947, he played professionally and studied music for two years on the G.I. bill at the Ornstein School of Music.

    In the early 1950's he worked around Philadelphia, playing rhythm and blues with Don Gardner's Sonotones. In 1952, or perhaps 1953, he met Wild Bill Davis, the organ player who pioneered the organ-trio format, at a club. Mr. Smith asked him how long it would take to learn the organ; Davis replied that it would take years to learn the pedals alone. (In Mr. Smith's retelling, the number of years varied between 4 and 15.) Playing piano at night and practicing organ during the day, Mr. Smith studied a chart of the instrument's 25 foot pedals and claimed that he played fluent walking-bass lines with his feet within three months.

    By 1955 he was on his way to making his new organ trio sound pervasive.

    Like many other great jazz musicians, Mr. Smith insisted that the key to finding his own sound was through studying musicians who did not play his instrument.

    While others think of the organ as a full orchestra, he wrote in a short piece for The Hammond Times in 1964, I think of it as a horn. I've always been an admirer of Charlie Parker, and I try to sound like him. I wanted that single-line sound like a trumpet, a tenor or an alto saxophone.

    He also made heavy use of the B-3's percussion sound, a circuit controlled by one of its drawbar switches that gives it a leaner tone, closer to that of a piano.

    Partly through the agency of Babs Gonzalez, the singer and radio disc jockey, Mr. Smith was signed to the Blue Note label, making his first albums for the label in 1956; some well-received gigs that year at the Cafe Bohemia in New York heightened the excitement about his new sound.

    He made many popular records for Blue Note and Verve, among them Groovin' at Small's Paradise, The Cat (with the arranger Lalo Schifrin), a few records with the guitarist Wes Montgomery and in 1965 his vocal version of Got My Mojo Workin', arranged by Oliver Nelson.

  • Mike Reed plays Let it Snow on the Hammond Organ

    3:39

    Let It Snow is a seasonal song written by lyricist Sammy Cahn and composer Jule Styne in July 1945. First recorded in 1945 by Vaughn Monroe, it became a big popular hit, reaching #1. Organist Lenny Dee did this on his Christmas album, and I give you a taste of it here today. Using the Drawbars, the Hammond SoloVox sounds, and the reverb-through-the-Leslies, we wish you a very Lenny Christmas..... because Life is Good when Lenny Dee comes to Town. Ho-Ho-Ho, Daddy-O. Happy Thanksgiving tomorrow..... ????????????

  • Classic American Jazz Anthem for Electronic Organ

    3:34

    I dedicate this interpretation for electronic organ of - I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free - to its World Famous Composer - American Jazz Pianist and true American Hero - Dr Billy Taylor - Born 1921 - I believe he wrote this classic jazz anthem more than 50 years ago back in 1954. To this day it remains one of my all-time favourites, although it still needs much more practice! The song is played on Electronic Keyboard in Synthesised Jazz Organ Mode by Amateur Musician - Denise Hewitt
    *** The opening and closing photo shots of Kelso & Lone Pine are also by Miss Denise ***

  • Bruce Williams and Radam Schwartz Organ Quartet at Summer Jazz Cafe

    59

    Bruce Williams is one of the New York Area's most electrifying improvisers. Bruce has toured and played with some of the premier musicians of today, including Roy Hargrove's RH Factor and Big Band, the Count Basie Big Band, the World Saxophone Quartet, and Frank Foster. A leader on three recordings and a sideman on dozens more, he is truly a musical force to be reckoned with. Bruce is also an inspiring educator. He is a professor of Saxaphone Studies at Bard College and serves as the principle jazz instructor for our own Jazz Arts Academy at the Count Basie Theatre. Radam Schwartz: Hammond B3 Organist and Jazz pianist Radam Schwartz has built his reputation over the last 30 years playing with such great musicians as Arthur and Red Prysock, Eddie Lockjaw Davis, Al Hibler, and Jimmy Ford. He continues to make music history today playing with renowned artists Cecil Brooks III, Russell Malone, and David Fathead Newman among many others. Radam has hosted a Jam Session since 1986, beginning at the famous Peppermint Lounge in Orange, New Jersey, and in 1997 when the Mint closed its doors, moving to the Crossroads in Garwood, where you can still find him every Tuesday night. His recording, Organized (Muse Records 1995), was mentioned in the B3 Bible as one of the essential organ records of all time and Sesac gave Radam an award for being one of the top 5 Jazz Composers of 2007-08. Radam also has been a jazz educator for many years, he was music director at the Jazz Institute of New Jersey, artist-in-residence at Middlesex County Arts program, and is currently one of the instructors at the JAZZ ARTS ACADEMY at the Count Basie Theatre. Opening Act: Jazz Arts Academy Summer Camp students This very special event will showcase our own jazz lions in what promises to be an impressive and inspiring opening set. These talented middle school and high school musicians, hailing from all over the region, have just completed a one-week intensive summer course focusing on Jazz improvisation, ensemble playing and jazz history.

  • Medium Jazz Swing from the book Outstanding Blues and Jazz Solos for Organ

    3:06

    Catalog Number: ADG199
    Author: Andrew D. Gordon
    Publisher: ADG Productions
    Outstanding Jazz Keyboard/Organ Solos by Andrew Gordon is designed to show how to play solos or improvise over common chord progressions used in the Jazz idiom. There are 12 examples, each one being at least 32 measures in length and consists of different jazz styles including:
    Jazz-Blues
    Uptempo
    Mid Tempo & Slow Tempo-Jazz
    Jazz-Ballad
    Jazz-Funk
    Modal-Jazz
    Latin-Jazz
    Acid-Jazz
    Not only are the solos notated, but also the chord voicings and bass lines notated giving you the ability to study how each of the various parts work in a Jazz setting. Learn how the great keyboardists/organists such as: Jimmy Smith, Joey DeFrancesco, Herbie Hancock, Chester Thompson play, by utilizing chord progressions from popular jazz songs including: Misty, Girl from Ipanema, This Masquerade, Europa etc. as well as 12 bar Blues progressions.
    This is great source material to learning new improvisational ideas as well as learning chord voicings and rhythmic patterns that would take you many hours of study, listening and transcribing the parts from albums.
    The audio files that comes with the book has the examples recorded twice. The first version has the solo recorded with the rhythm backing tracks, the second version has the backing tracks without the solo recorded so that you can practice soloing along with the backing tracks.

  • Yuki Arimasa- Pipe Organ/ Aoyama Jazz Initiative 15

    5:18

    Aoyama Gakuin Jazz Initiative 2015
    at Goucher Memorial Chapel
    in Midorigaoka Campus Aoyama Tokyo
    Nov. 21, 2015

    Promoted by Aoyama Gakuin Methodist Christian Institutes of Japan

    Supported by Itochu Trading Co., Japan Oracle Co., Japan Machinery Mining Co., Japan Culture Center, Hibiya Kadan, Fujimoto Scholarship Association, Yuniden Holdings

    Cultural Ministry Of Japan, The Mainichi Press, Japan Times, The University Of United Nations, School Board of Shibuya and Minato-Ward, JAZZ JAPAN, JAZZ LIFE, Japan Popular Music Association, The Aoyama Gakuin University Aoyama Gakuin Alumni Association

    Cooperated by Aoyama Street Store's Union, Wacoal Art Center and Jazz Club BODY & SOUL

  • All of Me, Jazz Standard played on Technics GX5 Organ

    3:02

    Comment below if you would like me to create a dance track of a song that you like.

    All of Me is a popular song and jazz standard written by Gerald Marks and Seymour Simons in 1931

    First performed by Belle Baker over the radio and recorded in December 1931 by Ruth Etting, it has become one of the most recorded songs of its era, with notable versions by Russ Columbo, Bing Crosby, Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong, Mildred Bailey, Benny Goodman, Teddy Wilson in 1941, the Count Basie Orchestra, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan (for the 1957 album, Swingin' Easy), Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Frankie Laine in 1947, Dinah Washington at the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival, Shirley Bassey in 1962, The Blue Diamonds, Della Reese, Johnnie Ray,[2] Django Reinhardt, Erroll Garner, Willie Nelson, Ronnie Dove, Jean Frye Sidwell, João Gilberto (Disse Alguém), Michael Bublé, Miss Montreal in 2012 and The Rockin' Berries. Ani DiFranco covered the song in 2012 for the Documentary, Love, Marilyn. It is also covered by Eric Clapton on his 2013 album Old Sock with Paul McCartney. The first line of the song was sung by Eddie Cantor in the 1933 motion picture Roman Scandals which also starred Ruth Etting who first recorded it. In an episode of the 1970s television show Sanford and Son, Redd Foxx (joined by Scatman Crothers on guitar) sings a short but memorable version. All of Me is also performed in the Muppet Show episode guest starring Paul Williams. The song is featured prominently in the 1984 Steve Martin/Lily Tomlin film of the same name.

    In more recent years, it has been recorded by Pia Zadora, Anne Murray and Jason Danieley. Also, a punk rock rendition of the song was recorded by NOFX. The song was a major hit on records by Paul Whiteman and Louis Armstrong in 1932, and was successfully revived by Johnnie Ray in 1952. Chelsea Krombach performed the song for her debut album Look for the Silver Lining. Laurence Juber has also performed and recorded this song in an all acoustic version played by him. It was featured on his album PCH in 2007. Michael Bublé has released a cover of it on his album, Crazy Love, to be re-released. It is the title track on the 2011 debut album of Australian singer Liam Burrows.



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  • Route 66 - Organ Jazz Karaoke sing along background JAZZ music for the female singers Jazz Blues

    2:58

    This is a sing along background music KARAOKE music of “Route 66“ for the female singers. You can sing this song with high quality singalong background KARAOKE music.

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    ▪️For the female vocalists
    ▪️Medium fast swing style
    ▪️Key of C Major Tempo=150
    ▪️Route 66 is composed by Bobby Troup.
    ▪️Route 66 was first recorded in 1946 by Nat King Cole.

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  • Jimmy Smith is a Meshugganah

    8:45

    Please Like Comment and Subscribe to videos you view on the Jazz Video Guy channel. Bret Primack recalls a unique encounter with the great Jazz organist Jimmy Smith.

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