[JPL] Re: ballpark organists

jturton at comcast.net jturton at comcast.net
Thu Oct 12 10:22:16 EDT 2006


AH, one of those brief moments the TD and/or A1 got a chance to tweak the audience to see who was paying attention.

Jeff Turton


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> It was a bed from Fox, not the park and I couldn't recognize the group. Nice 
> to hear bits of it, though.
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> I didn't catch it. Oakland doesn't have a regular organist as far as I know, 
> so it would have been from a CD. Joey DeFrancesco and Charles Earland have 
> both recorded "Sister Sadie."
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> Ray Castoldi is the keyboardist at Shea Stadium now (he plays a Korg 
> Triton). He also works at Madison Square Garden, and I've heard some 
> interesting music during Rangers games, most notably Zappa's "Peaches En 
> Regalia."
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> Was it me or was that Sister Sadie playing just before game time on Fox last
> night?
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