[JPL] Resurrection of the Hammond B-3

Bob Stockton drbob at modernjazzclassics.com
Thu Jul 20 16:46:09 EDT 2006


I had to put up Frank & Joe's "Hey You" mix between classic and southern 
rock this week - just HAD to.
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Subject: [JPL] Resurrection of the Hammond B-3


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> Dr. Bob,
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> I don't know scientifically if it is true, but sure seems like there are a
> bunch of organ releases lately.
>
> Also seems like the Fender Rhodes has come back strong and re-entrenched
> itself in the jazz genre.  There was a time (right or wrong) that when I 
> put
> on an album and heard a Fender Rhodes, I immediately removed it.  Then it
> seems they disappeared for 25 or 30 years and then reappeared.
>
> I guess tastes change, as I enjoy an occassional F-R on an album.  Has the
> approach to playing it changed or have my ears adapted???
>
> Hummmm....
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> P.S.  Stay Cool!
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> Larry
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> Larry Dane-Kellogg
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> Dr. Bob wrote:  Is it just my perception or has there been a lot of organ
> trios arriving in the media mail lately?
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