Hot Pipes Half Hour Broadcast 150 – mp3 – Electronics

December 11, 2017


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Name Artist Album Year Comments
In a Little Spanish Town Klaus Wunderlich Mr. Hammond 1973
Perhaps (Quizas, Quizas, Quizas) – Bolero Ethel Smith She’s Got Rhythm [Bygone Days CD] 1948 voc Bob Eberly
S’Posin’ Dick Hyman and His Orchestra Fabulous [Command RS862SD] 1963 Dick Hyman, Lowrey; Tony Mottola, guitar; Bob Haggart, bass; Osie Johnson, drums; Bob Rosengarden & Phil Kraus, percussion
(There Is) No Greater Love Three Suns Soft and Sweet [Sony Collectibles COL-CD-2742] 1955
Witchcraft Earl Grant One For My Baby [Vocalion VL 73893] 1970 Hammond
Everbody Loves A Lover Lenny Dee Plays The Hits [Decca DL 78857] proc 1959
The Mouse And The Pussy Cat (Hall Of The Mountain King) Dick Leibert At Home [Westminster WP 6029] 1956 Hammond in his home
With A Song In My Heart John Ferguson Duet By One 1976 Hammond & piano, recorded at the Conquistador (Mexican) Restaurant, Phoenix, AZ; released on CD 2008
How About You? Buddy Bonds An Orchestra of Organs [20th Century Fox S 3185] 1966 Buddy Bonds, Baldwin; Ray Jenkins, Hammond; Darrell Stuckey, Wurlitzer; Bobby Haggart, Bass; Sol Gubin, Drums

1 Comment

  1. Stan Krider

    Regarding Buddy Bonds’ Orchestra of Organs, you listed two non-organ instruments in the ensemble – bass and drums.

    Did you know that Ferdé Grofé created an all-keyboard ensemble in 1939 using 4 Novachords and a Hammond?
    The Hammond played the Flute section (of course…), three of the Novachords played the String, Reed and percussion while Grofé himself played vocals on the fourth one while directing his New World Ensemble at that year’s World’s Fair. Henry Ford wanted the first Novachord sold, but that honor had already been promised to Franklin D. Roosevelt.

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