Hot Pipes Podcast 198 – mp3 – Hot Plug-Ins!

December 12, 2016

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.


  1. Larry Lowary

    Now I recall why I find most of this stuff really irritating. Sorry….not my favorite.

  2. hotpipes-steve

    That’s OK, Larry – thanks for your feedback. I promise not to do these specials too often!

  3. chris anderson

    Thank you for the Dan Bellomy track! More often would be fine with me. Perhaps less Wersi, though.

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