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Hot Pipes Podcast 198 – m4a – Hot Plug-Ins!

Hot Plug-Ins!

Name Artist Album Year Comments
Washington Square 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
It All Depends on You Buddy Cole Have Organ, Will Swing / Cole Plays Cole 1958 Hammond
There Will Never Be Another You Dan Bellomy Fusion – Then and Now [Concert Recording CR-E172] Kawai T5 Flagship
All Of Me Earl Grant One For My Baby [Vocalion VL 73893] 1970 Hammond
Tango Of Roses Dick Balsano Ricardo – Organ and Piano – Just For You [Concert Recording CR-E073] Hammond
Moon Love Fela Sowande (see note below), Arthur Young Organ Contrasts [Empress RAJCD 900] Fela Sowande, Hammond; Arthur Young, Novachord
Song Of The Islands George Cates, Buddy Cole Polynesian Percussion [Dot DLP 3355] 1961 Full personnel on cover: Buddy Cole, Novachord
Danny’s Inferno [In The Hall of the Mountain King] Three Suns Movin’ ‘n’ Groovin’ [RCA Victor LSA-2532] proc 1962 From The History of Space Age Pop Volume 3: Stereo Action Dimension CD
Josephine Lenny Dee Dee-Most [Decca DL 8308] 1956 Hammond
Cavatina Michael Wooldridge Piano Magic 2015 Yamaha Clavinova, Yamaha Digital Orchestra; Gareth Thompson, percussion
España Klaus Wunderlich Absolutely Wunderlich [NOTCD605] 2016 Wersi Spectra
I Love Paris Hector Olivera Through The Eyes Of Love [M.P.I. CD 111] 2001 Roland Atelier AT90S
This Masquerade Steve Hubble My Music Vol 2 [SH CD 0003] 2016 Yamaha Tyros 3, M-Audio 61-ES, Hammond XPK-100
Chorus Of The Hebrew Slaves Claudia Hirschfeld Blackpool Favourites [Manual Music CD 02021-2] 2002 Wersi Louvre
Silence Is Golden Mark Whale Mein Abenteuer, Vol 4 [Radio RPR 98.20012] 2001 Wersi
El Andariego (The Walker) Juan Torres Grandes Exitos De Trios [Musart CDN-1877] 1989
You’ve Got A Friend In Me Howard Beaumont Wonderful Wonderful 2016

Fela Sowande note:
In my commentary, I described Fela as a British bandleader. As Alan Ashton pointed out, he was actually a Nigerian who took residence in England for many years, forming a jazz combo, mainly of Caribbean musicians. So while his band was formed in England, it was misleading of me to describe him as a British bandleader. My apologies for the confusing commentary.

5 thoughts on “Hot Pipes Podcast 198 – m4a – Hot Plug-Ins!”

  1. Twice yearly of an electronics show would be good. It adds a nice touch of variety. Thank you Steve.

  2. Well, gentlemen, the consensus appears to be in favour of two electronic shows per year, based on about 8 votes! Hardly a representative sample, in the language of the pollsters, but at least an indication of listeners’ views. Any more ‘votes’ out there?

  3. Steve,
    Of course, there ought to be at least two electronic shows a year.

    Or, have you considered the idea of including an Electronics Corner and/or a Pipe (or electronic) Organ Plus Corner which would feature one track of that type of music per show?

    Did you not once mention your liking of Latin American music? Are you aware of the Morquecho name, either Pedro or Alfonso, both of whom performed in posh night clubs often using Novachords with their Latin bands? Just a thought…

    A huge thank you for bringing the rarely heard Novachord into the limelight.

  4. Stan, Thanks for your feedback. I’m not keen on an ‘Electronics Corner’ but I’ll certainly be producing two such shows per year. Morquecho? That’s a new name to me… I’ve just searched YouTube and found several of Alfonso’s recordings. Good stuff!

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