RE: [JPL] Re: ballpark organists and the MVP!!!

Jackson, Bobby Bobby.Jackson at ideastream.org
Thu Oct 12 11:53:02 EDT 2006


Speaking of Ray Castoldi, the Mets organist, many of you might not
remember this but during the 6th and final game of the 2001 World Series
between the Yankees and Mets, catcher Mike Piazza flies out to Bernie
Williams on the warning track in center field at precisely 12:00 a.m.
ending the series.  As the confetti signaling the end of the World
Series began to fall, Castoldi performed Thelonious Monk's "Round
Midnight" on the stadium organ.  Talk about being on point!  Forget
Jeter being the MVP.  For my money it was truly Castoldi.  Most Valuable
"Player!"  It was a moment not to forget.  

Bobby Jackson

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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."

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."

David Golden

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Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2006 10:02:39 -0500
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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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