Hammond organ

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Hammond organ

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(Instruments) trademark an electric organ with two keyboards, electronic tone generation, and a wide variety of tone colours: invented in 1934
[C20: named after Laurens Hammond (1895–1973), US mechanical engineer]
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Noun1.Hammond organ - (music) an electronic simulation of a pipe organHammond organ - (music) an electronic simulation of a pipe organ
electronic instrument, electronic musical instrument - a musical instrument that generates sounds electronically
music - an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
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For this reason the rock artist describes all the musical instruments he has used on these brand new 15 songs: a 52 Fender Telecaster, a 72 Fender Custom Telecaster, a Gibson SG, a 12 strings Rickenbacker 360 Fireglo, a Hammond B3 organ, a Yamaha piano, a Fender Jazz Bass.
Baritone sax player and band leader Eric Hargett presents the funk album Steppin' Up, along with Joey DeFrancesco on the Hammond B3 organ and piano, and Gerry Gibbs on drums.
Despite his mastery of a variety of instruments, it's the famed Hammond B3 organ with which Booker is most associated.
The tribute to Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead stars organist Seals - who played Hammond B3 organ with the Jerry Garcia Band for 15 years - and guitarist Mark Karan - who has played lead guitar in the Other Ones since 1998 and with Ratdog for 17 years, as well as with Phil Lesh.
In addition to the consummate heart-wrenching singer, Hammond B3 organist and the band's namesake, the Mitch Chakour Band's precision, professional players (and fellow Mohegan Sun All Stars) include Goodwin (an original member of local rock legends Albatross, as well as a member of The American Standard Band, The Joe Cocker Band and Robert Palmer's band); the "Vincent Van Gogh of Sax" Deric Dyer (also an American Standard Band and Joe Cocker Band alumni, as well as Tina Turner's sax-man for a number of years); legendary bassist Wolf Ginandes (who has toured with Tracy Nelson, Kal David, Matt Murphy and Howard Tate and recorded with Digney Fignus and Dan King) and drummer Marty Richards (formerly of The J.
uk Sunday: The organ's the thing at Stratford Jazz with Pedalmania, comprising John-Paul Gard on the big Hammond B3, Ben Waghorn on saxophone and Eddie John on drums.
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It looks like Levi will be concentrating on his piano work rather than bringing along the Hammond B3 organ.
Most of his rattle and hiss was just the Fender double reverb talking to itself, Darwish likes a slow rhythm low panicking his left hand driven arpeggios, counter balanced copter blades lending a whupping like a Hammond b3.
There's an itchy edge to Overton Berry's shimmering piano and Ron Buford's sexy Hammond B3 organ that suggests eager rookies, not grizzled vets.
He not only raps over familiar instrumentals ("No Escapin' These Nuts" finds him taking on The Beatnuts' "No Escapin' This" peppered with what sounds like a Hammond B3 solo), but also crafts his own sample-based productions where he displays a soft spot for '90s loser rock anthems by The Offspring and Staind.